Nesmith Library

Windham, New Hampshire

Teens

Anime Club

If you like anime/manga or comix this is the club for you. Watch anime, discuss your favorites, and share news with members. Learn about Asian cultures and how manga and anime started. Open to teens 12 and up.

Please email Mrs. Brikiatis with any questions.

7th Annual Teen Read-a-Thon

 

Looking for something fun to do over the school vacation? Come join us for fun, food, drinks and good reading. The Nesmith Library is sponsoring a teen Read-a-Thon to benefit the Shepherd’s Pantry on Saturday, December 29th. Teens age 12-19 can drop in anytime between 12 and 4pm for a bite to eat and spend some time reading to raise money for charity. Read books, magazines, e-books, comics—anything you want! Just READ!! Stay for a half hour or the entire 4 hours. It’s up to you.

Teen Tech Mentoring

Teen Technology Mentor Program

@ the Nesmith Library

First Wednesday of each month

 

Do you need help with technology? Got a new Kindle, iPad, or cell phone? The Nesmith Library, in conjunction with local High School students, will be providing open help desk sessions on the 1st  Wednesday of each month from 3-5 pm. Please join us!

The type of help being provided will include:

Teen Tech Mentoring

Teen Technology Mentor Program

@ the Nesmith Library


 

Do you need help with technology? Got a new Kindle, iPad, or cell phone? The Nesmith Library, in conjunction with local High School students, will be providing open help desk sessions on the  first Wednesday and third Saturday of each month. Please join us!

The type of help being provided will include:

New Hampshire Bats and White Nose Syndrome

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.

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