Creative writers and thinkers wanted for a
Portsmouth, NH. Author Marianne O’Connor first published “Haunted Hikes of New Hampshire” in June 2008. (Publishing Works, Exeter, NH). Now in its’ 4th printing, this popular book has sold over 10,000 copies. The 2nd edition includes four additional chapters of New Hampshire legends, ghost stories and unusual mysteries sure to inspire (and spook) young and old.
Let's explore stories and ghost tales, then connect them back to real local history. All ages are welcome. FREE, and brought to you by the Student Conservation Association in partnership with New Hampshire Parks and Recreation.
An epic that "re-creates in stunning detail one of the most disastrous battles of World War II" (The Hollywood Reporter), A Bridge Too Far is a spectacular war picture. Painstakingly recreated on actual battlefield locations and boasting a remarkable cast that includes Sean Connery, Anthony Hopkins, Sir Laurence Olivier and Robert Redford, A Bridge Too Far accurately recaptures the monumental scope, excitement and danger behind one of the biggest military gambles in history.
Dixie Lea leads children and their caregivers through fun stretches, poses and activities for wellness and fun! FREE following story time.
A Photographic, Personally-Narrated PowerPoint Lecture by Ed Webster
Hear ye! Hear ye! Dress up in your finest to celebrate the fall equinox and accept Prince Charming's invitation to his palace. Enjoy music, dancing, a special story telling guest, and fine (kid-friendly) foods.
Nike Outlet in North Conway (Settler's Green), the Conway Public Library, and Norther Human Services presents an active morning with plenty of fun! Children ages 0-10 are invited to race through a specially designed obstacle course, and stomp a rocket into the air at the end! Refreshments will be served. FREE!
Learn the basics of using a computer, browsing the Internet, managing your e-mail, cloud storage, and more!
A new topic will be introduced on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday's of each month.
The 2nd and 4th Tuesday's will be used for review of previous topics and as an open help and troubleshooting forum.