Come to the library in costume, choose a treat and a free book!
New Hampshire's own Grammy nominee, Judy Pancoast, will open the program by singing some of her original Christmas songs, and will then read to you from her brand new novel based on her hit song, "The House on Christmas Street." This is a program that will be enjoyed by everyone from teens to seniors. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing.
Master dessert chef, McKaella Cooper will provide all the fixings to create a beautiful gingerbread house to take home! Kids Ages 8 and up are invited, FREE! Registration is REQUIRED due to limited supplies
All ages over 5 are invited to build, collaborate, make new friends, and display their creations at the library in the Ham Room the last Tuesday of each month.
Our Toddler Storytimes feature short stories, songs, and finger plays. We invite all children and their caregivers to enjoy an open play group after the storytime program ends.
Mary has been a resident of the MWV for 34 years, and has touch people from all walks of life with her talents for music, voice, theater, and art. Join her for this reception to celebrate and enjoy her gorgeous artworks in oil, watercolor, and more.
Cancelled this week due to lack of staffing.
Join Aaron Risi as we celebrate his children's book, A Moose with a Uke! Aaron will tell the story as he plays his ukulele, followed by leading a drawing lesson, where kids can learn how to draw their own "Monty the Moose". Book purchase and signing available. All are welcome. Free!
Riley Waygood, invites babies, toddlers, caregivers, and siblings to a delightful 45-minute music program over 3 consecutive Friday mornings. FREE!
This program brings students into the exotic world of bats,
and introduces them to echolocation. What is it? Why do bats echolocate? Why can’t we hear
them? Are bats blind? We’ll answer these questions and more.
Audiences will learn how vital bats are for maintaining a healthy environment (did you know
that a Little Brown Bat eats up to 1000 mosquitoes in one night?). Via interactive dialogue and
slides, children move beyond old stereotypes, to an understanding of the importance of bats for