Upcoming Events @ Your Library
Join Thomas Farmen as he discusses his new book, Watching the Lights Go Out. Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase a book for signing! All are welcome to attend!
Book to movie club: the title is “Wild” by Cheryl Strayed, copies (and audios) available at the library. Book discussion Monday, 12/9 at 6:30 p.m., Movie showing Thursday 12/12 at 6:30 p.m., free popcorn, of course!
Possible choices for the January title: “Nobody’s Fool” by Richard Russo, “Master and Commander” by Patrick O’Brien, or “Princess Bride: s. morgenstern’s classic tale of true love and high adventure”, by William Goldman.
In February/March we will do “The boy who harnessed the wind” by William Kamkwamba (assuming it is still showing on it’s provider!).
Wednesday Lapsitter Storytimes ( ages 0-3) at 10 am
Please join us this Wednesday, November 2o, 2019 at 10:00am, to listen to stories about Thanksgiving! We will be singing songs, reading books, and making a turkey finger puppet! Not only will this get those wiggles out, but it will help your toddler develop important early learning skills. Suggested for toddlers/little walkers and their caregivers, but all are welcome!
Thursday Storytimes (ages 4 and up) at 10 am (No age restrictions; this is only the targeted age group)
Please join us this Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 10:00am, to listen to stories about Thanksgiving! We will be singing songs, learning rhymes, reading books, and creating a Thanksgiving card together. This storytime is geared for teaching preschoolers important pre-literacy skills. Suggested for preschoolers 4 and up, but all are welcome!
THE DUNBAR LITTLE FREE LIBRARY: Is closed for the season, will re-open in Spring.
Located in Rum Brook Plaza, 249 Route 10 North
This project was generously funded by the Friends of Dunbar Free Library and the Eastman Charitable Foundation. Participants of Eastman’s Youth Conservation Corp built the structure.
If you want to request something you DON’T find in our catalog, try searching the NH Union Public Access Catalog or “NHU-PAC“. You can check to see if what you want is available anywhere in other NH public libraries. Most of the college libraries have to be searched for in different ways now. If you can’t find it, send us an e-mail with the title, author if available, format (book, DVD, CD), publishing date if you know it. If you have the time, tell us how you heard about it. We’ll call you when it’s in or to tell you that we can’t get it for you, usually the former.