NewsBankThe library subscribes to a great newspaper resource, NewsBank, and they have come up with some great articles related to issues that were voted on in March. One is the dog park consideration and the other is the invasive milfoil in Phillips Pond. Take a look at the sliders above and click on the images to direct you to the articles.
Programs & EventsCheck out the library calendar! You can click on a list view or look at the whole month.
Some of our programs require registration. Please note the program may be cancelled due to low registration, and those registered will be notified of the cancellation.
Dates and times are subject to change. Please check the calendar for more details.
NEW PROGRAMS FOR ADULTSMonday Morning Mystery Book Club. Some patrons have been asking for a daytime book club. We will meet every 1st Monday of the month at 10:00am! Books available at the library. For a list of all the 2018 books, click here.
Food for Thought: Cookbook Book Club. We will meet Wednesdays every other month (starting in March) from 6:00 - 7:30pm. Dates are: MARCH POSTPONED UNTIL APRIL 4, May 9, Jul 10 (note day change), Sep 12, and Nov 14. This unique book club includes reading/reviewing a wide range of cookbooks and explores various cooking techniques, specific chefs, and ethnic cooking styles. Participants are asked to bring a dish to share from the month’s cookbook and their own table setting, and we all sit down for a potluck meal.
March 7 -(POSTPONED UNTIL APRIL 4!)we will be choosing recipes from any cookbook by the Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond. We will have cookbooks available to checkout from the library.
Registration is required. This group cannot accommodate drop-ins. To register, contact Library Director, Deb Hoadley at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-887-3428. Please choose your recipe you will be making before calling to register.