Kids and teens are welcome to drop-in after school and learn how to make something new each week!
Enjoy a healthy snack or cooking activity provided by Let's Go and Maine Health.
In the summer of 2018, five canoeists and kayakers from three countries set out on an ambitious trip to paddle the Yukon River from source-to-sea, all while raising funds for North American first responders. The "Yukon Journey" team was led by former New Hampshire teacher John Van Barriger, and encountered numerous challenges, from harsh weather and hypothermia to health concerns and family emergencies. But these challenges were offset by incredible scenery, abundant wildlife, northern hospitality, and incredible paddling.
Come celebrate a new exhibit of local art on skateboards, and support the fundraising efforts for the Kevin Peare Memorial Skate Park coming soon! Beautiful, creative skate decks are available for purchase.
This special class will be led by Melanie Leavitt, owner of Jackson Art Studio and Design. Each participant will receive supplies to make two painted glass ornaments, FREE! There is a limit of 10 participants and registration is required. First come, first serve with no exceptions.
All are invited to bring a costume and leave with another for free! This is a great way to recycle, save money and time, and enjoy something new to you. Costume donations are gratefully being accepted through the day of the event. Drop in between the hours of 1pm and 5 pm.
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
A dramatization of the final days of Sophie Scholl, one of the most famous members of the German World War II anti-Nazi resistance movement, The White Rose.