Library closing at 5 PM due to short staffing
Open Area Upstairs
The WOW community art exhibition includes over 30 artists of all ages from across the watershed and beyond. Their featured works explore the myriad ways that water influences our lives and celebrate the beauty of water in the world around us. Their creativity illuminates our daily, inseparable and indispensable relationship with water.
Participants' artwork will be included on a traveling outdoor mural to be displayed at libraries and galleries throughout the watershed through September.
The library building will be closed September 5th for a Red Cross blood drive. Only those with appts to give blood that day may enter the building.
Zoom with Miss Tara to Imagine Your World!
How DOES one imagine your world? Get inspired for the month's fun summer reading opportunities while Miss Tara generates ideas, shares book talks, links, and at-home suggestions.
Andrea Kuchlewska, a New York City playwright, wants to help you "Imagine Your Story". Andrea, in partnership with the Conway Public Library is offering a free, 2-hour introductory online playwriting workshop for teens (16 and up) and adults as part of the summer reading program. This wonderful opportunity allows participants to earn 20 points toward a raffle ticket, for a chance to win a generous prize!
Presented by Breathe New Hampshire, this program provides students, parents, educators, and community members the opportunity to learn more about the impact of vaping, JUULing and nicotine addiction. Please register for Zoom access by emailing Tessa at email@example.com.
Hosts Clay Groves (radio DJ for 93.5 WMWV, and the Fish Nerds Podcast) and Conway Librarian, Tessa Narducci invite adults near and far to the Conway Library for current event trivia challenges, limericks and hilarious fun! 3 Special guest panelists will be joining, plus YOU the listeners will have an opportunity to take part, for your chance to win a special Covid Collection Package!
Zoom meeting to discuss Middlesex by, Jeffrey Eugenides. The following month's book selection is Plainsong by, Kent Haruf. Copies for Plainsong are available by request. Call 447-5552 to reserve a copy. Email Kathy to receive Zoom access at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New York Times describes this concept:
"If you’re a person who loves any excuse to talk about your niche interests, or you’ve ever zealously tried to persuade your friends about something seemingly silly, Drink Talk Learn parties are the perfect way to let your elevator pitch shine and to learn more about your friend’s eccentricities.