About J.L. McCreedy
J.L. McCreedy is a shoe-string traveler, street food fanatic and (reformed) attorney who
prefers writing stories over legal briefs. She developed an incurable condition of
wanderlust while growing up in Southeast Asia as the child of missionaries, and has
been exploring the globe ever since. She’s the author of the Liberty Frye series and The
Orphan of Torundi, and writes about travel, cycling and living in other cultures at
TongaTime.com. She currently lives in a creaky old house in the White Mountains of
About J.L. McCreedy
Creative writers and thinkers wanted for a NEW WRITING GROUP
Dixie Lea invites people of all ages to join her in the library park for an hour of yoga in the sunshine. BYO towel or mat and water. Donations appreciated.
The events of D-Day, told on a grand scale from both the Allied and German points of view. Rated G.
You are invited to "borrow" a human book! Select from a list of titles, sit down with a human, have a conversation, and learn their unique story. Unjudge someone! Learn more at http://www.humanlibrary.org or "like" them on Facebook.
It's time for another community potluck at the Conway Library! This lunch will be an outdoor picnic on the lovely library green (indoors if it is raining) with North Conway Library's Andrea Masters as the spotlight presenter. Andrea will share a brief presentation about some language and personal experiences from her home country of Germany. All are encouraged to share samples of foods that represent their own traditions and ancestry. For more information call 447-5552.
End of the summer party at Kennet Middle School to celebrate all of our reading minutes! Watch our huge rocket launch and then launch your own kit rocket in teams of four. See how far we made it reading to the moon in minutes! Reading and summer awards will be given along with final prizes and fun! Try some Astronaut Ice Cream vs. Ben and Jerry's ice cream. Yum, fun, in the sun!
Jam to the groove of "Unknown" and enjoy the culinary tastes of Cheese Louise foodcart while adding on Trail's End foodcart for dessert. Just a fun night to jam out, eat, and have fun.
Local favorite Marc Stowbridge will share his exciting knowledge of the heavens to explain what we are seeing when we look at the sun. Use of the telescope, and other hands-on technology will be included.
Attendance at this program is limited to parents and caregivers who are with their children. No adult may attend this program without a child. The program starts at 10:00AM and ticket holders can begin entering the meeting room at 9:30AM.
What is Drag Queen Story Time? Two characters named Crystal and Mimi will read books to children followed up by a craft. Books to be read will be from the following list:
Red, A Crayon's Story by Michael Hall
Neither by Airlie Anderson
Worm Loves Worm by J.J. Austrian