Every Wednesday a group of 4th-6th graders have been meeting and sharing their stories with each other as well as learning new writing techniques from Miss Meg.
One of their goals for the year was to publish their stories on the web.
Now their dream has become a reality!
Introducing the Youth Writer’s Group Blog:
Check back often for new stories from each tween!
If you are in 4th-6th grade and would like to join Youth Writer’s Group feel free to talk to Miss Meg!
Jari Mannisto and Brent Stocker have been working hard to have the Sarah Josepha Hale monument in place for its dedication on November 23rd at 3:00 p.m. The metal floor of the sculpture with Sarah’s name at the entrance was installed yesterday. Jari is now preparing the installation for the final element in the center. Michael Kennedy and his crew have planted and put down sod in the front of the park. He will need to wait for spring to plant the trees and hedges at the rear of the park. Please stop and visit the sculpture it is a moving tribute to an incredible American.
Sarah’s container arrived in the snow. Jari Mannisto will begin the installation of the sculpture this week. Watch the corner of Belknap and Main Streets for progress on the Hale Park.
Thanks to a generous gift of the New Hampshire Astronomical Society the library has a telescope that can be checked out.
You may have noticed the activity on the library’s side lawn. The Sarah Josepha Hale Memorial Park construction has begun. To learn more about the future park click here.
For our first book group this school year, we will be discussing the book The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate on Friday, September 20, at 10:30. Books are available for loan at the library.