Dr. Daniel O’Neill Discusses His Book Survival of the Fit. March 11th at 5:30 PM on Zoom
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Survival of the Fit offers a new and revelatory plan to nurture and save the health of America’s youngsters. One of the keys to this plan is rebranding physical education (PE) and making it available for every child, every day, in every year of school. In addition to establishing historical references and a scientific basis for this rebranding, the author provides a downloadable template for PE classes at all school levels.

Dr. Daniel O’Neill is a board-certified Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine Doctor, Sport Psychologist, and Author on a mission to get children healthier and happier through maintaining what he calls their “physical identity” for life.
Cooking Clean with Misa. March 10th at 4:30 PM on Zoom.
Looking for nutrient-dense food options for your family? Want your children to have fun in the kitchen, while developing life-long kitchen skills?

Please join Misa, from Misa’s Clean Kitchen in baking simple and delicious food, free of gluten, dairy, and processed sugar. 

Class will take place via zoom.

Recommended for preschool and elementary aged children.

Register here and you will receive the list of ingredients and tools needed as well as the zoom link: http://bit.ly/35x86J8
The Holocaust: Our Duty to Remember - But What? Presented by Mick Grzonka
March 23rd at 6:30 PM on Zoom.
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After almost two generations, we arrived at the point where memory becomes history, and our memories are already dimming and in need of a refresher.
This presentation provides historical context of the events in Nazi Germany, the reasons behind the Nazi regime's rise to power, and it sheds light on the background against which the "Night of the Broken Glass", and later the Holocaust, took place. The talk is organized around dispelling four common myths which, if allowed to stand uncorrected, would make it all-too-easy to dismiss the events of the 1930s and 1940s as irrelevant for today's world. The talk will cover how the Nazi regime came about, and the reasons for its atrocious deeds. In particular, it will take a close look at how common, "normal" people were induced to contribute to the industrialized murder as which we must understand the Holocaust today.
Snowsuit Story Time. Hot Chocolate Served. Wednesdays at 10:30AM in March.
Bundle up and join Tessa for winter-themed stories, songs, and snowy activities outdoors in the library park on Wednesdays in February. BYO lawn chair if you would like. Call 447-5552 or email tnarducci@conwaypubliclibrary.org with questions.
Lego Club. The First Wednesday of the Month. March 3rd, 2021 - 4:00pm to 4:30pm on Zoom. Registration Required.
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Lego Club is back! Every month Tessa will email a challenge to participants. Do your best to create what you want to to meet this challenge, then join the group on Zoom to show off and talk about your creation. Tessa and friends can't wait to see your finished work! This club will meet the first Wednesday of each month at 4 PM for about half an hour, or however long it takes to share. This group is most appropriate for ages 5 and up, but siblings and caregivers are encouraged to join us.
Library Receives $25,000 Youth Programming Grant
The library recently received a $25,000 CARES grant for youth programming through the Boys and Girls Club of Central New Hampshire. Working cooperatively with our partners, who include Project Succeed, UNH Cooperative Extension, Tin Mountain, and MWV Career and Technical Center, we will offer a wide variety of programming over the summer and through 2022. Stay tuned for more details.

Do You Know Someone Who Needs Help Registering For a Vaccine Appointment?
We Can Help
Library staff have helped numerous people set up their appointment for the Covid vaccine. We are very proud of being able to help people this way. If you know someone who needs help setting up their appointment, please do send them our way.

Check out this story from the New York Times on this exact issue.