For the New Year, Cook Memorial Library is launching a new 6-week program, called Face To Face: Zoom Conversations with Neighbors. It takes place on the first six Wednesdays of 2021 at 6:30 PM on Zoom. Each week a different speaker will offer a short presentation, followed by time to ask questions, share stories and ponder further. Juno Lamb and friends made this short video to introduce the program.*

Find all of the programs at

  • January 6 – Willie Farnum: The Role of a Selectman (watch recording on YouTube)
  • January 13  – Jim Diamond: Setting up for Nighttime Photo Shoots (watch recording on YouTube)
  • January 20 – Kate Thompson with Willa Canfield: Stories of The Other Store
  • January 27  – Katie O’Connell: Yoga: Stress Buster & Immunity Booster
  • February 3  – Amy Berrier: Sublime Solos: the North Country Cohos Trail
  • February 10  – Lianne Prentice: Feeding Body & Soul: Cooking for the Community

*Video made by Juno Lamb. Art by Jesse Beecher, Mary Cronin, Andrea Johnson Kennett, Peggy Johnson, Albert Lamb, Janina Lamb, Jasmine Lamb, Juno Lamb, Mary Beth Link, Jack Mauch, Beth McCarthy, Norm Sizemore, Louisa Wood.

Face to Face: Zoom conversations with neighbors