Test Your Well Water. June 1st, 1:00 -- 3:00 PM. Free!
The Green Mountain Conservation Group presents, the Groundwater Education through Water Evaluation and Testing (GET WET!) program.  Participants can bring in a sample of their home well water and test it for six parameters, including: chloride, conductivity, hardness, nitrates/nitrites, pH, and iron. Learn about common contaminants, health concerns and where to go for more information. Suitable for families and children must be supervised by an adult caregiver. Great science lesson for kids! For more information call 447-5552.
Natural Plant Communities of New Hampshire. June 5th, 6:00 PM. Free!
Master gardener Ralph Lutjen will lead this discussion. New Hampshire has a mosaic of natural communities that make it a wonderful place to live in or to visit and enjoy its beauty. Natural communities are recurring assemblies of plant and animals found in a distinct physical environment. The dynamic factors that make it possible for plants to grow where they do will be described. The talk will cover several natural communities, and their biodiversity and importance to our unique New Hampshire environment. The steps that gardeners can take to encourage the biodiversity will be covered.
Zumba for Kids. June 8th, 15th, 22th, 29th. 1:00 -- 2:00 PM. Class run by Gigi Gambino. Free!
Gisella Gambino is a certified Zumba instructor for youth and adults. She is offering a 5 week series for kids at the Conway Public Library on Saturdays at 1 PM. Click here to register.
Build and Maintain Great Credit. Presented by Chris Gillette and Tyler Cyr from TD Bank.
June 10th, 5:30 PM
Seminar Objectives
  • Understand what a credit score is and why it is important
  • Explain how credit scores are calculated and what affect them
  • Credit Reports and how to obtain yours free annually
  • Most common and easy ways to start building credit history
  • Credit cards: pros and cons, do's and don'ts
  • Other sources of credit
  • Ways to keep your credit in good standing
Library Now A Part of the Northern New Hampshire Library Cooperative
On May 13th the catalog of the Conway Public Library became a part of the Northern New Hampshire Library Cooperative. What does this mean for Conway Library users? Conway card holders will now see the collection of Madison, Tamworth, and Jackson libraries as well as Conway. You can now place a "hold" on books in those collections and it will arrive here in Conway via a delivery service. Additionally, your Conway card is now good at those three libraries. Conway card holders can walk into those libraries and directly check out materials themselves. For more information about the cooperative, please contact Library Director David Smolen.
Cultural Review Meeting For Main Street Project is June 3rd

On June 3rd representatives from the NH Department of Transportation, NH Division of Historical Resources, Town of Conway, and the Conway Public Library will meet to walk the area known as the "Main Street Project" for potential negative impacts to the area. The CPL Board of Trustees unanimously opposes any taking of library property. Read the Trustees statement on the Main Street Project.
Drag Queen Story Time. June 28th, 10:30 AM.
What is Drag Queen Story Time? Two characters named Crystal and Mimi will read books to children followed up by a craft. Books to be read will be from the following list: 

Red, A Crayon's Story by Michael Hall 


Worm Loves Worm by J.J. Austrian

Introducing Teddy by Jessica Walton

The library is a welcoming and inclusive place. Being in drag is an artistic and creative expression of oneself, and is not limited to gender or orientation. By crafting programs that create a joyful and engaging environment for everyone, we want to show our community that we welcome all people, from all backgrounds, and difference is not something to be feared.

By increasing the visibility of materials and services for everyone in our community, we are establishing the library as a welcoming and inclusive center with free access to all ideas, without censorship or discrimination. By providing library users with the freedom to explore an array of viewpoints, we help them develop them into thoughtful citizens.

This program is a part of White Mountains Pride week.

If you have any questions or comments about this program please contact Library Director David Smolen
Let's Go To The Library!
Let's Go is committed to increasing healthy eating and active living behaviors among children and adults.

CPL has partnered with Memorial Hospital and Maine Health to help create an environment that supports healthy choices and lifestyles.

Join Us Monday Afternoons @3:30 PM for brain food & brain games.

June 3rd -- Granola Bars and Giant Pacman
June 10th -- Sandwich Kabobs and Marshmallow Towers
June 17th -- Ice Cream In a Bag and Nuclear Countdown
June 24th -- Popcorn and Gaga Ball

Learning and Reading Everywhere . . . Including the Laundromat
Library Hours: Mon -- Thur 10-8, Fri -- Sat: 10-5