Preston Heller will not tell you what a mentalist does. He will show you! And in so doing, every audience member will have a unique, personal experience with the 'unseen”, including telepathy, thought implantation and clairvoyance.
Mr. Heller’s programs are given for free at every library. Attendees are encouraged to bring canned or dry goods for their local food pantry, however this is not a requirement for admission to the event.
This program is 100% family friendly and free but due to the nature of the subject matter it is recommended for ages 12 and up.
In the early 20th century, the NH Board of Agriculture launched a program to boost the rural economy and promote tourism through the sale of abandoned farms to summer residents. After introducing the country house movement, Cristina Ashjian focuses attention on some of the great country estates featured between 1902 and 1913. Which private estates were recognized as exemplary, and who were their owners?
This program is sponsored by the New Hampshire Humanities Council.
Drop & Lift : Help the HSL Friends' get ready for the Annual Booksale
Want to help the Hollis Social Library Friends with the Annual Booksale but have your hands full?
Drop your kid(s) off at the library from 10:30am-12:30pm.
We’ll keep your kids entertained while you help the Friends set up for their annual book sale. There will be an awesome craft table with healthy snacks as well as toys and a story for the little ones. Any and all help is appreciated. See you then!
Come find your next favorite book to take home and keep forever at the Friends' of the Library annual booksale. Held at the Hollis Town Hall Community Room from 9:00am until 3:00pm on Saturday, May 13th. All proceeds benefit the Hollis Social Library.
Harry Potter Sorting Hats & Potions (Age 5+)
Which Hogwarts House would you be in? Come make your own Origami Sorting Hat Fortune Teller. We’ll make Professor Snape’s magic potion, too. And, our Harry Potter time wouldn’t be complete without some Treacle Tart!
Boys in the Boat...The Rest of the Story: Presented by Jim Pocock
The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown is about the 1936 Olympic crew from the University of Washington that won the gold medal in Berlin against overwhelming odds. A central figure in the book is the boat builder George Pocock, arguably the most influential man in crew racing in the last hundred years. George Pocock’s great-nephew Jim Pocock will speak on 'The Boys in the Boat – the Rest of the Story” about his personal memories of his great uncle, as well as his grandfather Dick who built boats exclusively for Yale for 46 years.