The Quest for Happiness. Presented by Prof. Maria Sanders. April 6th at 6:30PM on Zoom. Sponsored by NH Humanities.
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The ancient Greek philosophers defined eudaimonia as living a full and excellent life. In this illustrated talk, Maria Sanders explores how ideas of happiness have changed in Western civilization through the ages, while comparing and contrasting major concepts of well-being throughout the world. Can money buy happiness? To what extent does engaging in one's community impact happiness? When worldwide surveys of happiness are conducted, why doesn't the United States make the top ten? Participants will be invited to discuss various definitions, current measures for assessing self-reported levels of happiness, specific findings reported as increasing people's levels of happiness, and happiness projects undertaken by entire communities - including a town-wide happiness quest in Plymouth, New Hampshire
Heavy Equipment Day is Back! April 21st at 10:30AM
Children and their caregivers are invited to come and safely explore town trucks! Don't forget your phones or cameras for taking adorable photos. Masks are required for all over the age of 3, and hand sanitizing stations will be on site. Brought to you by the friendly Town of Conway Department of Public Works!
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In celebration of National Poetry Month, all are invited to attend or participate in the annual poetry slam virtually for the library. All writing abilities are welcome, and mature audiences (teens and older) are encouraged to attend. This is not an ultra competitive contest, and fun should come first. All audience members and participants will be encouraged to vote for their favorite poem (not their own) and there will be one winner for a small prize.
"Submit A Star" for National Library Worker Day
Join the Conway Public Library as communities across the country celebrate National Library Workers Day (NLWD) on April 6th, a time to recognize library professionals for their expertise and leadership skills in transforming lives and communities through education and lifelong learning. The day also reminds the Mount Washington Valley that libraries provide endless opportunities for engagement, enrichment and development.
To show appreciation for Conway Library staff and the work they do throughout the year, patrons are invited to “Submit a Star” by providing a testimonial about a favorite library employee at . Patrons are welcome to share stories on how library staff have an impact on their lives or community. Each testimonial will be posted in the “Galaxy of Stars” on the NLWD website at to honor library workers. 
For more information please contact Tessa @
or 447-5552.
Library Receives $1,000 in Books From Children's Literacy Foundation
Conway Elementary School Principal Jason Robert (left) and Library Media Specialist Meg Murphy (right) visit Conway Public Library to deliver $1,000 worth of children's books to Director David Smolen (center) and youngster Brannock Gagnon on March 8. The gift was made possible by the Children's Literacy Foundation's "Year of the Book" grant program. Read the fully story here.