Morning Book Group
Thursday September 11, 2014
10:00 AM until 11:00 AM
March by Geraldine Brooks
“Mr. March, father of the Little Women in Louis May Alcott’s novel, leaves behind his family to aid the Union cause in the Civil War, but his experiences will utterly change his marriage and challenge his most ardently held beliefs.” Publisher Description
Copies are available at the Main Desk. Newcomers are welcome .
Note: This novel will also be featured in our book discussion series Making Sense of the American Civil War facilitated by Dr. Denise Askin, professor emerita of St.Anselm College and funded by the New Hampshire Humanities Council. The first discussion is scheduled for Wednesday, October 1 at 6:30 pm. Registration is required and open to the public. Call the library at 249-0645 for more information about the series.
Location: AV Room
The Library will be closed Labor Day weekend
Saturday, August 30
Sunday, August 31
Monday, September 1
Normal library hours (including Sundays) will resume on September 2.
Do you want to help decide which books the library buys for the teen section? Maybe you have an idea for a club or event? Join Katie on the 1st Thursday each month, from 3:30-4:30 to discuss books, manga, comic books, and ideas for library events. You’ll have a chance to read reviews of upcoming books and offer suggestions.
This group is for teens in grades 6-12.
Fall programs start again on Monday September 8th!
9:45 AM – 11:00AM Toddler Tales for 18-24 Month olds! No registration required.
10:30 AM – 11:00 AM Little Listeners for the 2-4 year olds! No registration required.
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Baby Lapsit for newborns to 18 months. No registration required.
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Storytime Stars for 4-6 Year olds. Registration required.
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Storytime Stars for 4-6 Year olds. Registration required.
This is a free service and not associated with or sanctioned by the State of NH. Patrons are encouraged to verify all answers with the official Driver’s Manual: http://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/dmv/forms/documents/nhdm.pdf
We also have access to other practice tests and study materials for almost any test you might need to take: GED, SAT, AP, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, and more via the Learning Express Library.
You will need your library barcode and PIN to access our databases from home. Please call us or stop in to create your PIN if you don’t have one yet.
June 23 – August 10, 2014
For readers age 18+
Grown-ups look forward to summer as much as kids do and Summer Reading Clubs are not just for kids any more. Join our Adult Summer Reading Club at the Wadleigh Memorial Library. Beginning Monday, June 23, 2014, you may sign up at the Main Desk with name and phone number or email address. Read a book, fill out a raffle ticket (two if you include a short book review) and enter as often as you like. Drawings for prizes will be held periodically during the summer. The program ends on August 10, 2014 and the grand prize is a Kindle.
The prize drawing on Tuesday, July 8 was for a $15 Gift Certificate from Papa Joe’s Humble Kitchen. The lucky winner is Kelly Miller.
There were two prizes drawn on Friday, July 18. A $25 Gift Certificate from Shaw’s was awarded to Sylvie Kurtz, and a $10 gift card from Amigos Mexican Cantina was awarded to Rob Carty.
On July 25, Jen Kershaw’s name was drawn for a Gift Certificate to Giorgio’s, and on August 4, Loretta Lizotte won a Gift Certificate to the Mile Away Restaurant.
On August 8, Donna Morse and Eric Huether each won a $10 gift card to Amigo’s Mexican Cantina.
On August 12, Arlene Pynn and Linda Higgs each won a $10. gift card to Amigo’s Mexican Cantina.
Our Grand Prize Winner is Denise Cedras. She has won a Kindle.
Congratulations to the winners, and thanks to our sponsors!
Tuesday August 12, 2014
7:00 PM until 8:15 PM
This program is an inquiry into the origins of the universe with UNH Prof. Eberhard Moebius. Möebius is a Professor in the Physics Department and the Space Science Center. His research is centered around the acceleration of particles in and their transport through space using state-of-the-art instruments on spacecraft. Most recently the research focuses on the interstellar gas outside the solar system and its interaction with the heliosphere that surrounds our solar system. Interstellar gas constitutes a sample of cosmic material that is distinct from the sun and its planets and thus provides clues on the evolution of matter and on the origin of stars, planets and us.