Check out our storytime offerings for our winter session!
Come read to Jack!
This program is great for readers of all types!
Little ones can experience different textures through our sensory playtime!
Fragile Ground Art Exhibit
Through the month of February we will be featuring the art exhibit Fragile Ground. Come check it out and take a look at our Climate Change display. February art show and Climate Change display sponsored by the Young Ladies Library Association.
Jennie Powers: The Woman Who Dares
Monday, March 23
Jennie Powers took a stand against social vices in New Hampshire and Vermont in the early twentieth century. Jennie was known across the country as “The Woman Who Dares” cited by the Boston Post in 1906 as having arrested more men than any other woman in America. This one-hour illustrated presentation from Jenna Carroll introduces us to Jennie’s life story, the work of humane societies at the turn of the twentieth century, and the politics of the Progressive Era (1890s-1920s) from a local perspective.
Presented by New Hampshire Humanities.
Local Author Reading & Book Signing
Monday, March 9
Author Kris Owen will return to the Pease Public Library to give a reading from her new book Sky Angel. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Service to country binds three generations of the Gregg family. Their patriotism spans World War I, World War II, and Vietnam. Proud to wear the uniform of the United States Air Force, each of them has a different fate, but their allegiance remains impenetrable. Sky Angel is a human story of a family who struggled with the good, the bad, and the ugliness of war.
Storyteller Victoria Dworkin
Wednesday, February 26, 10:30am
This program will feature age-appropriate world folktales with puppets and props.
All ages welcome!