3:00 - 4:00 Basic Cricut - We will be making cards.
2:00 - 8:00 Take and Make Tuesdays
3:00 - 5:30 Tech Help
3:30 - 4:30 Story Time
3:30 - 4:30 3D Thursdays Drop in after school and start learning the basics of 3D Design using TinkerCAD
4:00 - 5:00 Drop-in Database We have Ancestry, Heritage Quest, Newsbank, AtoZ World Food, and Transparent Language.
Antrim Antiracism Study Group - Zoom
Held on the third Thursday of each month
We welcome new members who are interested in learning with us. We are still meeting via Zoom, so you can participate from almost anywhere! If you would like to join us, please contact Linda Bundy at (603) 588-2254.
Saturday, February 5, 2022 - 11:00am to 3:00pm
Annual Chili Contest - if you think you have the best chili please sign up here
February 18 - 21, 2022
Back Yard Bird Count - the Library will be participating in the National Audubon Society’s Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC). Each year people from around the world come together to watch, learn about, count and celebrate birds. Pick up a bird log and participate online in the count. We’ll have free bird feeder crafts to pick up in February!
Saturday, February 26, 2022 - 10:30 - 11:30
Camino de Santiago - space is limited, so please resereve here
Join us as Jim Creighton and Tamasine Wood-Creighton discuss their October 2021 pilgrimage of the Camino de Santiago.
Spilling over the Pyrenees from France into Spain, the network of trails that make up the Route of St. James—or El Camino de Santiago—converges at the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. For more than a thousand years, pilgrims have trekked over the high plains of Castilla and the hills of Galicia, some to honor the Apostle James; others in the midst of their own spiritual journey. The route has given rise to historic and religious sites that represent centuries of European architecture at its best.
Thursday, March 10, 2022 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Anders Morley - space is limited, so please resereve here
A passionate skier since he was a child, Anders Morley dreamed of going on a significant adventure, something bold and of his own design. And so one year in his early thirties, he decided to strap on cross-country skis to travel across Canada in the winter alone.
This Land of Snow is about that journey and a man who must come to terms with what he has left behind, as well as how he wants to continue living after his trip is over. It is an honest, thoughtful, and humorous reckoning of an adventure filled with adrenalin and exuberance, as well as mistakes and danger. Along the way readers gain insight, both charming and fascinating, into Northern outdoor culture and modern-day wilderness living, the history of northern exploration and Nordic skiing, the right to roam movement, winter ecology, and more.
Anders Morley has worked as a translator and teacher in Italy, a treeplanter in Saskatchewan, and a forester’s assistant in British Columbia. He holds a B.A. in history from Taylor University, an M.Litt. in ancient history from the University of St. Andrews, and has studied history and modern languages at Columbia University, Edinburgh University, and the Università degli studi di Bergamo. Author of This Land of Snow: A Journey Across the North in Winter (2020) and a writer whose work has appeared in The Globe and Mail, Maisonneuve, Northern Woodlands, The Aurorean, and New Hampshire, Morley divides his time between northern New Hampshire and northern Italy.
Thursday, May 12, 2022 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Lotus Lantern Craft Workshop
Virtual craft class with Korean Spirit and Culture Promation Project (KSCPP). This will be a Zoom event and supplies are limited. Please reserve here
Please join us for an online craft class with Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project. Our member will show step by step to make a lovely lotus flower lantern using colored paper and wire frames and watch a short documentary film. The library will supply the lantern kits.
Thursday, June 16, 2022 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Loon Presentation - space is limited please sign up here
Did you know?
North America is home to five species of loons: the Red-throated Loon, the Pacific Loon, the Arctic Loon, the Yellow-billed Loon, and the Common Loon. Of these species, the Common Loon is the most widespread and well-known. It is the only loon species that breeds as far south as New Hampshire.
Please join us as we welcome Caroline Hughes of the Loon Preservation Society. Carloine will discuss all aspects of loons and what we can do to help their populations.