Moved and Seconded: Town Meeting in NH. Presented by Rebecca Rule March 3rd,
6:00 PM. Free!
Drawing on research from her book, Moved and Seconded: Town Meeting in New Hampshire, the Present, the Past, and the Future, Rebecca Rule regales audiences with stories of the rituals, traditions, and history of town meeting, including the perennial characters, the literature, the humor, and the wisdom of this uniquely New England institution.

Sponsored by NH Humanities

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Why Vancouver Island? Presented by Russ Lanoie. March 10th at 6:00 PM. Free!
Russ Lanoie will share a slide show and describe his adventures on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Why Vancouver Island? Located off the southwest coast of Canada, it has exceptional beauty and charm and an unusually warm climate. This presentation will provide a brief tour around Victoria, the provincial capital of British Columbia but focus primarily on the unequaled floral displays of Butchart Gardens that draw over one million visitors from all over the world each year.  

A Moose With A Uke is Back!
March 14th, 10:30 AM
Free!
Join Aaron Risi as we celebrate his children's book, A Moose with a Uke! Aaron will tell the story as he plays his ukulele, followed by leading a drawing lesson, where kids can learn how to draw their own "Monty the Moose". Book purchase and signing available. All are welcome. Free! *Bring a piece of clothing to donate to foster families and receive a free coloring book!

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Ukulele Posse St. Paddy's Day Celebration. March 12, 6:30 PM. Free! Light Refreshments Served.
The Ukulele Posse is back. Visit the library March 12th to hear Irish music classics in celebration of Saint Patrick's Day.
Free Access to the New York Times Now Available
Enjoy complimentary access to the New York TImes courtesy of your library. Click on the link to activate your online access code. A nytimes.com account is required before the code can be redeemed. Code remains active for 3 days. Contact the Library for any issues with your access code.

Let's Go Programming in February
Our Let's Go programs have become more and more popular. All programs are held Thursdays from 3:00 -- 5:00 PM. The theme this month is "Best Spuds." Here are our offerings for March:

March 5th Sweet vs French Fries and Book Binding

March 12th Mashed Potatoes and Play Dough

March 19th Loaded Potatoes and Pearler Beads

March 26th Scalloped Potatoes and Wind Chimes

Let's Go is funded through a generous grant from Memorial Hospital and Maine Health .

For more information contact Jeff Beavers .
How To Find A Job Presented by Assistant Library Director Jeff Beavers.
Drop-in for free job search help the 1st Thursday of every month. Get help searching for jobs, completing online applications, writing a resume or cover letter, and more!

For more information contact Jeff Beavers.
Teaching Children How to Reverse an Overdose . . . at the Public Library
In rural Carter County, Tenn., health officials have embraced a strategy for stemming addiction: Teaching children as young as 6 how to administer Narcan, a nasal spray that can stop an opioid overdose from being fatal.

See the story from the NY Times (redeem the library code to get free access for three days)
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