Trees are Terrific!
Lake Sunapee Protective Association Free Program for Children
Thursday, Oct. 23rd @ 3:30
The LSPA will run a fun, informative program to teach us all about Terrific Trees.
Why do we need trees in the forest?
Why do we need trees in town?
Find out Thursday!
Appropriate for elementary school aged children. Please dress for the weather!
Spend an hour with an AARP New Hampshire Health Decisions Educator and learn about health coverage options available during open enrollment and where you can go for resources and assistance in your own community. Whether you have private insurance, Medicare, or no coverage – this workshop is for you!
The library is hosting a Learn to Knit event for tweens and teens
Tuesday Nov 4th at 3:15. It’s easy when learn how so come learn how!
We’ll even supply the needles and yarn to get you started.
The Poetry Group will be meeting this Thursday at 7:00
in the first floor oval room. The library has 4 new poetry books
which will be available on Thursday:
- Blue Horses – by Mary Oliver
- Gabriel - A Poem – by Edward Hirsch
- I am the Beggar of the World – A collection of Landays from Contemporary Afghanistan
- The Blue Buick – B.H. Fairchild
Hope to see you there!
Tuesday at 3:15
Come make a sweet, sweet after school snack!
All ages welcome! Right here in the library!
Don’t miss your chance for the month to build haunted houses, space ships, or headless horsemen with the Library’s giant LEGO collection.
This Saturday, October 18th, from 11-1, is LEGO Day!
Bring your creativity, and don’t miss another month!
Come after school on Tuesday to make a pincushion craft! Make one for yourself, or use it to help make your Halloween costume!
Teens! You asked for it, now it’s here! Come to the library to eat pizza and watch a movie this Thursday the 9th at 5:30 in the DePaola room.
We can’t tell you which movie yet, but I will say that I have really been into movies like Divergent, Pitch Perfect, Frozen, and the Hunger Games lately…hmmm. I wonder what we might watch? Come find out!
This month The Poetry Group meeting will be in the Library Arts Center gallery so that we can be inspired by their “POETRY: The Poet and the Painter” event. For more details on this event visit the Library Arts Center on the web at http://www.libraryartscenter.org/exhibits
International Talk Like A Pirate Day was a lot of fun! We found this old Treasure Map, showing the way to the Book of Pirates!
Some brave souls took the challenge and set out to add their names to the Book of Pirates!
The treasure map will likely remain at the library for a few more days, if you want to come give it a try. Today is LEGO Family Fun! So come on in to have some fun building!
Next week is Banned Book Week!
Come to the library to find displays of books for young people that are frequently challenged and even banned from some schools and libraries. We have to keep reading this important literature! It’s our first amendment right to have access to information without limitation and censorship. The Richards Free Library will be celebrating our Right to Read all week. It’s a great time to check out Huckleberry Finn, To Kill a Mockingbird, or even Captain Underpants. Look for our brand new copy of Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian, another frequently challenged book!