Seed Starting Workshop
Monday, February 26th
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Learn about the basics of starting your own seeds, simple set-ups, tips for success, and common problems. Presentation and hands-on demonstration, with plenty of resources. You could even take home some of your own started seeds! Please call us at 536-2616 or stop by the library to sign up for this workshop.
The presentation will be followed by a Q & A session with Marylena as well as NH Master Gardeners Bob Richer, Joan Pushee, Dick Flanders, and Tabitha Coykendall.
Don't forget to sign up!
Blizzard of '78
Presentation & Discussion:
Blizzard of 1978
Tuesday, March 20th at 7:00 PM
On February 5, 1978 a massive blizzard hit NH with hurricane-force winds. The storm lasted for 33 hours, dropping around two feet of snow. Tides on the seacoast rose 14 feet higher than normal which caused massive damage. The storm battered all of New England as well as parts of New York and New Jersey. Join Dr. Sam Miller to learn more about the blizzard of '78 and share your stories.
Alice's Ordinary People - Film Screening
Alice Tregay's story: Ordinary people effecting extraordinary change for human rights. Five decades of fearless activism and the continuing relevance of Dr. Martin Luther King to the ongoing fight for justice. Join filmmaker Craig Dudnick for a screening of this film on Monday, March 12th at 6:30 PM.
Keniston Concerts Series - March 11th
Mountain Lake Chorale was formed nearly nine years ago by a group of singers who wished to bring joy through their music to those who are unable to get out through the year living in nursing homes and the Veterans Home. The Chorale is made up of fifteen singers under the direction of Leslie McDonnell. The members travel over six hundred miles round trip collectively each week to rehearsals. They have sung at many Lakes Region area churches doing fundraisers for them, and have travelled throughout central and southern New Hampshire to perform. They have sung at First Night in Wolfeboro on two occasions. Director Kim Bossey.
Make Way for Art
We're welcoming local artists for Youth Art Month. For this exhibit, art teachers from over 30 schools select from their students’ work, creating a visual presentation that not only displays the imagination and skill of the students, but also the guidance and creativity of the teachers. Our new art will be going up on the walls on the afternoon of Monday, March 5th. We appreciate your patience during this time while things may be a bit noisier than usual.
Stay tuned for information on our opening reception on Wednesday, March 21st.
Black Bear Happenings in New Hampshire
Wednesday, March 28th at 6:30 PM
Come hear about the natural history of our native black bears and what biologists are learning about them through ongoing research. Learn about management activities in New Hampshire and the federal Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program that makes the work possible. Presented Dick McGrath, New Hampshire Fish and Game Wildlife Steward. This free presentation will be followed by a Q&A session. We hope to see you there!