Join us as libraries across North America host local Indie Author Day events on October 8, 2016. The event is designed to bring local writing communities together in their libraries to participate in author panels, book readings and signings, workshops, presentations, and more, including information on how to get your self-published ebook into the library catalog.
Join members of the Keene Amateur Astronomers Club to observe the Moon.
Come enjoy family-friendly contra, square, and circle dances. This is our first dance of the season, which continues through May. Allison Smith will call the dance. She is joined by Matthew Garland and Hunt Smith.
Bring your coffee and your questions and join us around the table in a lively discussion. We'll cover a few basics, tailored to your interests, and also have time to hear the student's perspective. All ages welcome.
Erik (Brad Renfro) is a 13-year-old boy whose single mother, Gail (Diana Scarwid), has just moved to a new home in Minnesota. Erik feels like a fish out of water with his Southern accent, and he has trouble making friends until he meets Dexter (Joseph Mazzello), a kid a year or two younger who lives next door. Erik and Dexter get along fine, but Gail tells Erik not to go near Dexter when she learns that he contracted AIDS from a blood transfusion a few years ago.
Come learn the basics of electronics through hands-on projects. Campers will create things that light up, heat up and spin! No prior experience necessary.
The evening begins with pre-show music performed by Will Danforth and presentations by Marvin Jefferson as Paul Robeson and Gwendolyn Briley-Strand as Wilma Rudolph at 6:30 p.m. The two presentations will deal with the complex relationship between race and sport in America and how some gifted individuals achieved success on the playing field despite difficult living conditions and economic circumstances. After each presentation, audience members can ask questions to the historical character and the researcher/performer.
It's a SPLAT the CAT Library card celebration.
Join SPLAT for fun and games! When Splat discovers that he has an overdue library book, he fears that he will be locked up in jail! He does whatever he can to avoid the library. But when he has to go there with his family, he is in for a happy surprise and you will be too!
Spend time together, play, make friends, and talk one-on-one with specialists on child development during this enjoyable five-week workshop. These fun learning times are for children 1 to 3 years and their parents and caregivers. Infant and preschool siblings may attend with a registered toddler.
Local child development specialists will be available for one-on-one chats on early childhood growth and health topics.
Come make, craft, create in a friendly and supportive group on the first Tuesday of the month. This will be the last meeting of this group until September.
Join us to knit or crochet for charity every Friday at 1 p.m. in the Youth Department,
Drop-in Knitting and Crocheting is for adults and kids. Whether you’re new to knitting or an old pro, our club is for you. Bring a project that you are working on, or one that you would like help with. Assistance is available for those wishing to learn new skills or to improve existing ones.
Yoga @ your library is a beginner level yoga class for adults and teens. No experience is required. A certified instructor will guide participants through the 60-minute session that includes strength building a body-balancing workout and a quick cool down. Like all library programs the class is free of charge! Yoga mats are available for use during the class or you can bring your own.