Have some fun with LEGO pieces at the library. We provide the bricks and you provide the imagination. This program is for kids of all ages.
This UNH Speakers' Bureau talk surveys the origins of artist colonies in the mid 1800s in Europe and their proliferation to other continents, including the United States. Artist colonies exist today but the majority of this program focuses on the period 1880 to 1920 when it was these special places that helped to nurture artists and new art movements, such as Impressionism and Expressionism.
This book discussion is part of the library's Chautauqua programming.
Have you always wanted to write a novel or short story? We've revived our weekly writer's group, which provides fiction writers a friendly and supportive environment to share their work. Participants learn from critiquing others and receive feedback on their own submissions. Writers will meet each Monday night.
The Keene Public Library invites community members to help plan for the future by contributing ideas at our final visioning session Monday June 17. Participation is open to the public.
Celebrate the summer and the beginning of summer reading at our Redwall Feast. There will be drop in activities all morning in the Youth Department. Special events will take place through out the library.
10:00 a.m. Burrowing Animal Storytime -- Youth Department Program Room
10:30 a.m. Animal Origami -- Kay Fox Meeting Room
11:30 a.m. Movies -- Auditorium
12:00 p.m. Redwall Trivia
Join origami enthusiast Linda Singer to learn to fold origami. This event is family-oriented but anyone who is interested is welcome to attend.
Books will be available to checkout at the Keene Public Library by mid-May.
Inspired by the art of pop-up books, 14 CARROTS is the story of Aunt Swelly, a mature rabbit trying to enter the job market after years of babysitting. The show is filled with visual surprises, puppets and audience participation for the youngest of children while older kids learn to look critically at the balance between home and work.
Did your child's stuffed animal spend Friday night at the library? Come back Saturday morning to pick up your special friend. You and your child will get to see all the crazy adventures that occurred overnight!
Wednesday June 5, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. in Heberton Hall
Learn about deer ticks and Lyme disease in this 90 minute presentation with time for questions and answers. Topics include tick bite prevention, a review of Lyme disease signs and symptoms, testing options, and pharmaceutical and herbal antibiotic treatment.
Bring your favorite stuffed animal to the library for a sleepover! Enjoy stories and activities then leave your stuffed animal at the library for an after-hours party. You'll be able to pick up your stuffed animal at Saturday Storytime at 10:00 a.m. and see what kind of mischief your stuffed buddy got into at the library after dark!