Dover Public Library
November eNewsletter
Best Selling Author Margot Livesey 

Join us for a visit by best-selling author Margot Livesey on Thursday, November 2 at 4pm . She is in town for another event and I used my Iowa connection to woo her to visit the library. Unfortunately, the book sale is taking place which leaves us no place to host her in the library. Instead we'll meet in the Senior Center . Go in door #1 (R.I.P. Monty Hall) and the room will be on the right just inside. We plan to have copies of a couple of her latest books for sale which she will then sign. Margot was born in Scotland and has written 8 novels and other assorted non-fiction. She is currently on the faculty of the prestigious Iowa Writer's Workshop at the University of Iowa. Please join us at the Senior Center next door for this special author event!
 

Volunteer Fair

Are you new to the area and want to meet new people? Are you recently retired and are looking for a meaningful volunteer job? This Volunteer Fair on Saturday, November 18 from 10-2 is what you are looking for. Multiple organizations who use volunteers will be present. Drop in and find out more. See the website event calendar for a listing of organizations.
iPad/iPhone Help Session

Do you ever wish you had someone to ask for help with your iPhone or iPad? If so, then you should attend this program! Ryan from NH iPhone Repair will be on hand on Monday, November 20 at 6:30pm leading a Q&A session for users of Apple devices. This free program is a great place to ask questions and learn tips and tricks for using your devices. Take advantage of this free program to bring in your burning issues with Apple devices.
Friends of the Library  
Cultural Program: 
Kathy Gunst, Cookbook Author 
 
Renowned chef and author Kathy Gunst will be speaking on Tuesday, November 21 at 7pm about the slow food movement, cooking with locally-grown ingredients, and her preference for fresh and simple components in her dishes. A resident of South Berwick, Maine, Kathy is the Resident Chef on NPR's "Here and Now" podcast. "Soup Swap : Comforting Recipes to Make and Share" is her latest cookbook.
Local Author Visit
  
Local author Lorraine Masure will be speaking about her new book " Growing Up Franco-American (with no black patent-leather shoes)" on Monday, November 27 at 6:30pm in the Library Lecture Hall. Lorraine lives in Southern Maine. Those of Franco-American heritage or those interested in history will enjoy this cultural presentation.
 
Get the Most Out of Your Vet Visit

Dr. Timothy Hunt, DVM from Salmon Falls Animal Hospital and Oyster River Veterinary Hospital will present a program for all ages on how to get the most out of your visit with your pet's vet on Wednesday, November 29 at 7pm. Topics to be covered include: What exactly is the vet doing when he examines your pet, what is the vet looking for, what tests are considered best annually, etc. Dr. Timothy will present a PowerPoint presentation and then demonstrate what an exam looks like, using one of his own dogs. Don't miss this opportunity to speak informally and generally with a 20+ year veteran veterinarian! Audience is limited to those with two legs only please!
 
Booksale Continues 
 
The Library's annual booksale continues through Nov. 12. See notices around the library for when the prices drop and eventually become FREE! Don't miss out! Take a peek! You'll be happy you did.
Game Night

Monthly Game Night continues on the 3rd Wednesday of the month which is Wednesday, November 15th at 6pm. Board game fun for all ages!

Knitting Group
 
On Monday, November 13th from 6-8pm the  knitting group will meet in the Trustees Room. This group is open to anyone who has a love for knitting and crocheting.  All levels are welcome! Please bring your precious works-in-progress and any finished objects you would like to show off to the group.
3D Printer Returns
 
The 3D printer, that we share with other libraries in the area, will return for 2 weeks on December 11. Start thinking about stocking stuffers you'd like us to print for a small fee. See our website for more info or contact Peggy Thrasher at p.thrasher@dover.nh.gov.
 
Holiday Closings

 
The library will be closed for Veterans Day on Friday, November 10. The library will have reduced hours for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will close at 5:30 on Wednesday November 22. The library will be closed on both Thurday, November 23 and Friday, November 24. Normal hours are in effect on Saturday, November 25. The library will be closed on Sunday, November 26.
 
Morning Book Group

The Morning Book Group will discuss the book "Shadow Divers" by Robert Kurson on Thursday, November 2 at 10am. Get a preview of what each group will be reading on Pinterest: 
 
www.pinterest.com /doverpl. Copies of each books are available at the Circulation Desk.
 
 
 
Evening Book Group

The Evening Book Group's next book "The Nest" by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney, will be discussed on
 
Monday, November 20 at 6:30pm.
Get a preview of what each group will be reading on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com /doverpl. Copies of each books are available at the Circulation Desk.
Saturday Matinees

November 11 
Cars 3 
Rated G
November 25 
Emoji Movie 
Rated PG
 
Second Wednesday Movie

 
There will be no Second Wednesday movie this month due to the book sale going on in the Lecture Hall.
 
 

Artist of the Month

Peter Lemiska will be our Artist of the Month in November. He has been an avid photographer most of his life. He retired to New Hampshire, where he continues to hone his photographic skills, concentrating on nature and landscapes.
 
 
Library Hours:
Mon - Wed 9 to 8:30
Thur & Fri 9 to 5:30
Saturday 9 to 5
Sunday 1 to 5
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