FALLING FOR NEW PROGRAMSWe are excited about our new programs coming this fall!
Thu. Sept 12 at 6:30pm: Tech Thursdays. The 2nd Thursday of the month, we will be learning about the resources the library offers. Sept 12: Library Website; Oct 10: NewsBank & EBSCO Online Resources; Nov 14: OverDrive, Hoopla & RBDigital (Downloadable Resources); and Dec 12: Ancestry Plus.
Tue. Sept 10 at 7:30am: Networking for Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs. We are excited to offer a breakfast series focusing on the needs of this group. The first meeting will be a chance to meet and introduce yourself and your business. There will also be a presentation: Design Thinking for Entrpreneurs.
Mon. Sept 30 at 7:00pm: Cybersecurity: A Great Courses Discussion Series. For six weeks, participants will watch a series of videos from RBDigital and the group will discuss what they learned. The course we will be doing is Thinking about Cybersecurity: From Cyber Crime to Cyber Warfare with Paul Rosenzweig.
Sat. Oct 12 - Thu. Oct 19: Down the Rabbit Hole. This is the library's 2nd Escape Room and is based on Alice in Wonderland. This year we will be offering ages 6-10 their own version, and there will still be one for the adults.
FRIENDS OF THE SANDOWN LIBRARY NEWS
Next Meeting: Mon. Sep 23 at 6:30pm
Upcoming Friends Events:
Saturday, September 2 - Fall Friends. Fall Friend Kits will be available for purchase for $20 and anyone who wants to re-enter can do that for $10. This year Fall Friends must be out on display by October 6 and a photo of your Friend needs to be send to Friends@sandownlibrary.us. Maps will be available at the library, and people can also vote at the library for their favorite Friend. Voting ends on November 2.
Saturday, September 14 - Reach the Beach. The Friends host a transition stop with food for the runners and those supporting the race.
September 10-November 18 - Made in NH Basket Raffle Drawing. The basket will be on display at the library and tickets are $1 for 1 ticket and $5 for 6 tickets. The drawing will be held on Nov. 18 at 6pm.