The largest river in New England rises in a small beaver pond near the Canadian border and flows over 400 miles through four states, falling 2,670 feet to the sea through America's only watershed-based national fish and wildlife refuge.
Kids of all ages and their caregivers are invited to join Dixie Lea for 45 minutes of stretching, movement, and fun! Yoga is a great way to destress after a busy day. Bring water, a yoga mat if you have one (not required) and wear comfy clothing. FREE!
The library will open at noon due to a staff training with Conway PD.
Aquatic Critters in NH Rivers
Starting at 4:00pm, children and their families are invited to join us in the library park for a presentation from NH Fish & Game Watershed Education Specialist Kayla Croteau.
Learn about the aquatic critters that inhabit the rivers, lakes, and other bodies of water in our state!
Robert Clarke is back with magic tricks, audience participation, and laughs for all ages! This FREE event kicks off the summer reading program for 2023, All Together Now. It is recommended that audience members bring water bottles for hot days, but there will be a tent for shelter from sun and rain in the library park.
Music and Lore of the West African Kora
with a special guest, Dave Kobrenski on Flute
Come and listen to this FREE concert by the "Four Stringers."
Enjoy an evening of instrumental music full of warmth and fun for St. Patrick's Day.
Please join us for a ribon cutting ceremony to dedicate our newly renovated children's room.
Have you ever wondered what animals' lives are like in the forests around us? Or what are these animals eating?
To many the Universe is a closed book of secrets never to be read.