Watch oscar-nominated movies at the library! Bring your own snacks.
Friday, February 9th Noon—Anatomy of a Fall (R) 2h 31m
Friday, February 16th 3pm—Barbie (PG-13) 1h 54m
When Barbie and Ken
Wednesday, February 21st 3pm—Elemental (PG) 1h 41m
Set in Element City, where residents of Fire, Water, Earth and Air live together. The story introduces Ember, a tough, quick-witted and fiery young woman, whose friendship with a fun, sappy, go-with-the-flow guy named Wade challenges her beliefs about the world they live in. (Animated)
Wednesday, February 28th 5pm—The Holdovers (R) 2h 13m
Wednesday, March 6th 5pm—The Color Purple (PG-13) 2h 21m
Blind Date with a Book
Never heard of blind date with a book? It's just like a regular blind date, but with books. You don't know what you're getting until you check it out!
We have a selection of books, along with hints as to what's inside.
Thursday, February 15th Noon AND Saturday, February 17th 9am
Let our librarians inspire you to read a variety of books - join our monthly book discussion!
February's book is On Kingdom Mountain by Howard Frank Mosher.
Set in northern Vermont in 1930, On Kingdom Mountain introduces us to Miss Jane Hubbell Kinneson. A renowned local bookwoman and eccentric bird carver, she is the last remaining resident of a wild mountain on the U.S.-Canadian border, now threatened by a proposed new highway known as the Connector.
On her fiftieth birthday, a mysterious stunt pilot and weathermaker enters her life when his biplane crashes on the frozen lake at the foot of her mountain. He brings with him a riddle -- handed down from his grandfather -- containing clues to the whereabouts of $100,000 in stolen Civil War gold that may have been hidden on Miss Jane's property. As she and the footloose aviator begin to search for the treasure, Miss Jane finds herself confronted by the most important decisions of her life.
Featuring daring action scenes and outrageous comedy, along with a passionate and surprising love affair, On Kingdom Mountain represents traditional storytelling at its best, rooted deeply in Howard Mosher’s own family history and in a way of life on the brink of extinction.
Viral Infections & Natural Remedies
Friday, February 23rd 11:30am
Learn about ways an herbalist would approach prevention and treatment of viral infections using ours allies, the plants. Plants have been developing ways to protect themselves from viruses for millennia and they are there to help us too. Viruses (and Bacteria) can become resistant to current medications so it’s important to know our options. These same organisms don’t tend to develop resistance to plants.
Herbalist and Nutritionist, Tish Webber, owner of Healing Birch Studio, will share her knowledge about these herbs and how they work.Tish brings a robust experience in Nutrition, Medical Herbalism and Drug Research. She holds a B.S. in Nutrition and Medical Herbalist Certifications through the Boston School of Herbal Studies and The North American Institute of Medical Herbalism.
Part of our Simple Living programs.
Thursday, February 29th 6pm
Come alone, or come as a group to this monthly program! All ages welcome!
An informal conversation with a different topic/theme each week. A thoughtful, safe, and open discussion. Coffee included!
February topics: weather, brag day, pick-up lines and jokes, advice to 18 year-old you
Call for an appointment
Make an appointment for one-on-one help with your device, learning to use the card catalog, how to research using our geneaology databases. Ask us anything!
Call the library 603-869-2409 to reserve a time.