The Conway Public Library will be closed on January 17th in observance of Martin Luther King Day

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VIRTUAL Spring Poetry and Story Slam

This will be a Zoom event.  Please email your interest to Tnarducci@conwaypubliclibrary.org and I will send you a Zoom access code.

 

In celebration of National Poetry Month, all are invited to attend or participate in the annual poetry and story slam here at the library. All writing and story telling abilities are welcome to take part, and mature audiences (teens and older) are encouraged to attend.  Learn more about story telling at www.themoth.org. Tips for poetry slamming are as follows:

The Intersection of Food, Environment, Climate Change

This information packed program will start with a brief introduction into agriculture and how USDA has played a significant role in what we eat. We will open up the topic of health care, outcomes, and what we can do every day, three or more times, to help our health and the environment.

After a brief discussion with a few talking points, we will watch the 2017 documentary called, "What The Health" and examine what influences our health care which is overlapped with  what is happening with climate change.

International Potluck

Make a dish to share that represents your culture or tradition, and enjoy learning about community neighbors. If you would like to do a "show and tell" representing your culture or nationality, please do! Screen and projector available for brief slide shows, etc. Call 447-5552 for more information.

Animal Sounds with Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

Animal Sounds
Animals make sounds for a variety of reasons – to attract a mate, to defend their territory, to capture prey, or even to escape predators. Join a Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist and three live animals native to New Hampshire to hear their sounds and discover the reasons behind them.

This program occurs during a teacher workshop day. Caregivers and children are encouraged to attend!

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