M A R C H   &   A P R I L


   ...the more I see, the more there is to see
   as
I pass from this world
   to the remembered or imagined world.

        Donald Morison Murray (1924 – 2006)

 

  I have a theory that no child ever
  does outgrow it's ungratified
  legitimate desires.

     Eleanor Hallowell Abbott (1872 - 1958)



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For additional information about our programs, please contact the Librarian
603-863-6921

HOURS OF SERVICE
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
12:30 - 6:00
Friday  10:30 - 5:00
CLOSED  Saturday, Sunday, Monday & holidays



 
SPECIALS
QUILT EXHIBIT
MARCH 19 ~ APRIL 4
Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 1:00 - 6:00
Fridays 1:00 - 5:00
Quilts and quilted objects
by local and regional artists

CLOSING TEA PARTY
SATURDAY, APRIL 4
12:00 - 1:30

 
MARCH WORKSHOPS

BACK-TO-BASICS
QUILTS

...DUE TO POPULARITY,
A THIRD DAY HAS BEEN ADDED
- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 -

THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT !

9-PATCH HAND PIECING

...experience the way early quilters created utilitarian works of art from scraps of fabric
in a relaxed and friendly environment geared to the curious life-long learner...whether you have never sewn before or are an experienced stitcher, join us for two evenings of creativity...

Wednesdays, March 18 & 25
6:30 ~ 8:30

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  FRIDAY, MARCH 27  

Alice B. Fogel
NH State Poet Laureate
2014 ~ 2019

presents
Strange Terrain: How Not to "Get" Poetry and Let it Get You Instead
"Poetry will give you endless ideas to think about...It will connect you to nature and civilization, other people near and far,
now or then, and to your own inner life."


Alice Fogel takes us through seven simple steps, and one hard one, toward understanding and appreciating more elements of poetry than we ever thought we might and in the end we'll find that we know them all along.
This workshop is a quick, self-help program for “getting” poems. Fogel will help us develop our own confident relationship with poetry’s shapes, words, images, sounds, emotions, mysteries, and more.


This is a New Hampshire Humanities Humanities-To-Go program
Open & Free to all

Join us at

5:30 for a Pot-Luck Supper
preceding the
Free Presentation
APRIL
Workshop 2
Wednesday, April 29
6:30 - 8:00

Haiku & You


Haiku is a traditional form of Japanese poetry. In the eastern form it is generally written as one continuous line, 'cut' into two related thoughts or observations.  Our western form consists of three simple lines.  The first and last lines have five syllables with seven in the middle.  The lines rarely rhyme and are usually written about things that are recognizable to the reader.
Often focusing on images from nature, haiku emphasizes simplicity, intensity, and directness of expression.

Join us for a gentle evening of haiku -
reading, discussing and creating.

 


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