The library will be closed today, Tuesday, September 26th, for carpet removal and installation.
The Personnel Committee of the Nesmith Library Board of Trustees will meet on Tuesday afternoon, September 20th at 2:00 p.m. to discuss vacation/time off/ meeting attendance procedures.
Join us as we listen to Katherine Ineson, a PhD candidate studying bats at the University of New Hampshire, talk about local bats and the devastating disease that is impacting them, white nose syndrome. Ms. Ineson will also be sharing her own research, and teaching us how we can help with conservation efforts. Refreshments will be served!
This presentation is a part of the UNH Extension's Speaking for Wildlife program, which is made possible through grants from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and the Davis Conservation Foundation.
Join us for a non-partisan presentation and discussion with John Gage, a volunteer with the grassroots advocacy organization, Citizens' Climate Lobby. This group works "to spread the idea that each one of us can address climate change." Mr. Gage will share videos and information, and help us to understand the science behind climate change.
Have questions about Islam? New Hampshire based photojournalist, Robert Azzi, an Arab-American Muslim invites all questions and welcomes an open and honest discussion. Registration is required. For more information call 432-7154.
The Nesmith Library Board of Trustees will hold a Personnel Committee meeting on Tuesday, June 13, at 6:00 p.m.
Join us as we welcome Patricia Dellorfano, Lead Curator of Fidelity Investments' Corporate Art Collection, as she discusses contemporary art, and reveals Fidelity's treasures! Ms. Dellorfano holds two masters degrees in art, one from Boston University and one from Sotheby's Institute of Art London. Before joining Fidelity in 2008, she worked at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, and was part of the team that transitioned the museum from its old space, to its spectacular new building on Boston's Fan Pier. Ms.
Grab your friends and form a team to test your knowledge! All ages are welcome, and pizza will be served!
Registration is required. Please call the library at 432-7154.
Come out and meet Benjamin Ludwig, author of the much raved about debut novel, Ginny Moon! Mr. Ludwig, a New Hampshire resident, will be reading from his book and sharing his experiences as an adoptive parent of a child with autism.