15 Greenwood Ave.
Conway, NH 03818
Phone: 603-447-5552

Herbs: Plants That Enhance Your Life
with Carol Felice, March 1st, 6:00 PM 

All About Herbs: How to identify, grow, harvest, and dry herbs, with Carol Felice, herbalist at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm. 



A Night of Music With Two Old Friends, March 14th, 6:00 PM, Sponsored by NH Humanities, Free! 
With the concertina, bodhran, mandolin, octave mandolin, guitar, and banjo, Emery Hutchins and Jim Prendergast sing and play this traditional Celtic music, but they also perform American country music in the way it was conceived in the early twentieth century. Through stories, songs and instrumental melodies, they demonstrate how old time American mountain tunes are often derived directly from the songs of the Irish, yet are influenced by other cultural groups to create a new American sound. Sponsored by NH Humanities, this program is free.  Light refreshments served. 

Mon - Thurs  10:00-8:00 pm
Friday  10:00-5:00 pm
Saturday 10:00-5:00 pm

National Register Commemoration Event. March 24th, 11:00 AM 
Thomas Silloway, architect of the Conway Public Library in his Allston, Mass. home. Note the etching above the fireplace is the same drawing that hangs here in the Library. 
Join us March 24th at 11:00 AM as we unveil the Library's National Register of Historic Places plaque and celebrate 118 years of service to the community. The day will begin with a talk by Historian Margaret Gaertner entitled " Thomas Silloway: Architect of the Conway Public Library." Margaret will lead a tour of the building, highlighting its various architectural features. An unveiling of the plaque will follow. Light refreshments served. 
Growing in Containers by Marge Badois, Master Gardener, March 10th, 10:30 AM, Free! 
Learn how to grow in small spaces. This is part of our five part gardening series partially sponsored by the UNH Cooperative Extension. For more information contact Betty Parker by email or call 6034475552. 
The Willey House and Crawford Notch by Mountain Guide and Historian Rex Wiley. March 12th, 6:30 PM. Free! 
Crawford Notch with Wiley House by Charles Codman. Ca. 1840. 
The tragedy of the WIley slide, that claimed the Wiley family in 1826, brought national attention to the White Mountains for the first time. 
Learn about the early history of the White Mountains and the WIley Slide from Rex Wiley, a registered guide and 9th generation  mountain native. He is a local historian having read  extensively about the White Mountains and still  remembers the stories his grandmother told him about  the area. He is descended from families who made their  homes in the  mountains and built the covered bridges in  the area. Free! 

Read and Interact with Lacey with Companion Kay Bryant, Thursdays in March 11:30-12:00. Free! 
Get to know a certified therapy dog. Interaction with therapy dogs has been proven to: 
  • Reduce anxiety 
  • Improve physical health 
  • Build empathy 
  • Improve Cognitive abilities 
  • Provide companionship 
For more information contact Tessa  by email or phone , 6034475552. 
Children's Museum Pass Now Available

The Library now offers a pass to the Children's Museum & Theater of Maine in Portland. The pass offers a 50% discount for four people. The museum is located next to the Portland Museum of Art so patrons are encouraged to visit both on the same day. 

For more information about the Museum, visit their website. 
Learn a Foreign Language Today with Rocket Languages 
Rocket Languages is an online language learning software now available for free. The site offers 15 different languages including English as a second language and sign language. Registration is required but the sign-up is quick and easy. Click on this link to get started. https://www.rocketlanguages.com/?libID=iZTM2YzM0