Adult Ed. Reading Group
How do animals withstand the cold and freezing temperatures? How does the weather and snow impact where and how they live? How do plants survive the winter season in New Hampshire? How do both plants and animals help the other make it through to Spring? Come learn the fascinating ins and outs of winter and how the animals and plants adapt to nature in our frozen area. Join Valley Naturalist, Clare Long, in this engaging 45-minute powerpoint presentation.
Join us for an evening of storytelling and connection as we delve into the vibrant tapestry of family and local community history in New Hampshire. You are invited to share, listen, and connect through short stories and anecdotes.
Join Joe Callanan Wildlife Photographer & Natural History Educator as we explore the lives and strategies of our local Birds of Prey. Come learn how these aerial hunters survive in the wild. We shall look at the various methods different species utilize to capture their prey. It will surprise you to learn of the capabilities some of these birds have. Raptors are at the apex of eyesight, flight speed and stealth.
The Library will close at 5PM so staff can participate and supprt the Friends of the Conway Library fundrasier at Tuckerman's Brewery.
What if individuals with memory loss were valued for their artistry and imagination instead of marginalized due to lost memories and skills?
We must take responsibility; no one is coming to save us; we are all in the same boat and we must pull together if we are to survive. If we can do this, we can create the government Lincoln imagined – of, by, and for the people. - from the website of The People
TUESDAY TO MONDAY
9:30 AM TO 5:30 PM
Everybody is invited to game night! Have a game you have been wanting to share? Feel free to bring it or use one already provided. Fun refreshments provided. Games will be raffled off to lucky winners!