Join EB from Green Mountain Conservation Group and the Conway Pubic Library in learning all about frogs! In following the summer reading theme “Tails and Tales” we will be reading two books about frogs, “The Teeny Weeny Tadpole” by Sheridan Cain and illustrated by Jack Tickle, and “Growing Frogs” by Vivian French and illustrated by Alison Bartlett. We will also learn about what it means to be an amphibian, metamorphosis, and the frogs we can find in our backyards!
An animal’s tail can serve as a rudder when swimming, help with agility during flight, or can even function like an extra hand.
A Conway Library Summer Reading program kick-off event!
Superb, sophisticated and stylish! Boston Magician & Juggler Robert Clarke will entertain, mystify and keep you wanting more. Providing total variety magic shows in Boston and beyond that includes awesome magic, cool juggling skills, hilarious comedy routines and tons of audience interaction. This show is non-stop, high energy and crowd pleasing. A show for all ages young and old and not to be missed.
This illustrated presentation by Marina Forbes focuses on the life and remarkable work of Russian master jeweler and artist, Peter Carl Fabergé. The program features a photo-tour of Fabergé collections at the Constantine Palace in St. Petersburg and from major museums and private collectors around the world. Explore the important role of egg painting in Russian culture and the development of this major Russian art form from a traditional craft to the level of exquisite fine art under the patronage of the tsars.
Join us this summer for a citizen science experiment to learn about the effects of plastic pollution on plants and animals!
Take apart something new and learn what makes your tech tick! Discuss, dismantle, discover the internal workings of a computer, phone, DVD player, or any other devices we can find!
Art program in the library park to celebrate the the summer reading program. Details to be announced.
A Genders & Sexualities Alliance (GSA) is a student-run club, typically in a high school or middle school, which provides a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and transphobia.
This group will take place in the Ham Room for up to 6 people (masked), in combinatin with a virtual attendance option. The group will meet outdoors in the spring and summer months.