October 2019 Events
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The library will be closed Monday, October 14, for Columbus Day
Library Hours
Monday - Thursday:
9am - 9pm
Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: Closed
CLOSED
Monday, October 14th for Columbus Day
October Artist of the Month
Jean DePalma
Hudson artist Jean DePalma will display her paintings in the Community Room during the month of October.
Symphony New Hampshire Discount Tickets
Discount passes to select Symphony New Hampshire concerts are now available through our museum pass system! All concerts are held at the Keefe Center for the Arts, Nashua. See below for concerts and instructions on how to secure your discount pass.
Upcoming concerts include:
Kalia conducts Brahms & Tchaikovsky
Saturday, Oct. 5 @ 7:30pm and Sunday, Oct. 6 @ 3pm
Bach & Purcell
Saturday, Nov. 9 @ 7:30pm

Small print: Reserve tickets by visiting rodgerslibrary.org and clicking on the "Museum Passes" tab top right. Once you have reserved your tickets, call the library at 603-886-6030 to obtain a discount code to use to purchase $10 tickets through the Symphony NH website at symphonynh.org . Tickets must be purchased in advance.
For more information on this season's concerts, visit symphonynh.org/events or call the Symphony NH box office at 603-595-9156
Life Coaching
The "Manual"
Tuesday, October 8
7pm
Whether we know it or not, most of us have manuals that we have “written” for other people in our lives on what they should do and how they should behave. Most often these people are not even aware that these “rule books” exist, yet we expect them to follow the rules and get upset with them when they don’t.
How big is your manual? Who is it for? And are you willing to let it go? Join life coach Diane MacKinnon, M.D. for a discussion about "The Manual" and learn new ways of relating to your loved ones.
Registration requested - please register here . Walk-ins welcome .

Join Master Certified Life Coach Diane MacKinnon, M.D. for a monthly program on a life coaching topic. For more information go to dianemackinnon.com
Cookbook Club
Pumpkin!
Wednesday, October 9
11:30am
Join us as we sample and discuss recipes from popular cookbooks and food themes! Prepare a recipe from this month's topic, then engage with others about your recipe adventures. And of course, lots of food tastings included!

For October, prepare and share a recipe from The Pumpkin Cookbook , by Dee Dee Stovel. Book copies are available at the Circulation Desk! 

Register here and tell us which dish you are making to avoid duplicates. 
Genealogy Club
Spinning Gold: Shaping Your Family Research Into Compelling Stories

Friday, October 11
1:30pm
Author Christine Halvorson of Peterborough will present “Spinning Gold: Shaping Your Family Research into Compelling Stories.” Halvorson hopes the lecture and workshop will inspire attendees to dust off their boxes of family memorabilia and start mining them for golden stories—true or not.
Attendees are encouraged to bring one memorabilia item or a significant photograph from their family to help in the program’s discussion. Halvorson will share her research process, the mistakes she’s made, and a bit about the story-writing process. 
DCU Free Concert Series
Best Songs From the Movies
Saturday, October 12
2pm
Come hear some memorable songs from the movies with Ramblin Richard Kruppa. 
Richard Kruppa, known musically as “Ramblin’ Richard,” performs songs folks love to hear and fondly remember. Along with singing these memorable “family friendly” songs, he tells fascinating stories. The songs span many years and include beloved and familiar songs from the pens of America’s best songwriters.

Thanks to a generous donation from DCU, the library hosts a free concert on the second Saturday of each month, September-May at 2PM. 
Get Moving @ Your Library
Chair Yoga
Friday, October 18
2pm
Join yoga instructor Jessica Salman for an introductory Chair Yoga class. Chair Yoga is appropriate for all ages and body types, there are no floor poses involved.

Space is limited. Please register here . Wa lk-ins welcome on a space available basis
Lithuanian Cooking with Chef Oonagh Williams
Troskinti raudoni kipustai and Pyragéliai su obuoliais
Saturday, October 19
11am
Join us and sample authentic Lituanian cooking! On the menu: Troskinti raudoni kipustai , red cabbage cooked with onions and apples, finished with sour cream and served with fresh butcher's kielbasa and apple squares – and pyragéliai su obuoliais , apples and nuts held together with thin cake batter topped with streusel.

Learn how to make these delicious dishes - and sample the finished product!

Registration requested for portion control purposes.

At right, from top: Troskinti raudoni kipustai, pyragéliai su obuoliais
Life Downstairs: British Servant Culture in Fact, Fiction and Film
Saturday, October 19
2pm
While servant narratives have been popular for centuries, there appears to be a re-surging interest in stories of the servant class. Contemporary British and North American writers, filmmakers, and television executives have included master/servant relationships in financially successful and popular films such as "The Remains of the Day" and "Gosford Park." PBS created classics including "Upstairs, Downstairs" and "Manor House," as well as the phenomenally successful "Downton Abbey." Mainstream American television has also piloted its own versions of the British servant, in shows as wide-ranging as "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air" and reality TV’s "Supernanny."
Join Ann McClellan as she explores the history behind the rise and fall of British servants and why Americans are so fascinated by their stories on page and screen. 

Sponsored by the Friends of the Library of Hudson and a grant from NH Humanities. 

Above: Characters from the BBC television series "Downton Abbey"
Children's Halloween Events!
Teen Events
Friends of the Library of Hudson, NH
Secondhand Prose
Sunday, October 13
11am - 3pm
Hills Memorial Library
To find out more about the Friends or
to join, visit their web page  here   or their Facebook page  here.

Proceeds from the SHP Book Sales support library programs such as the annual "Visit With Santa" and the recent "Visit and Tea with Queen Victoria," and the light pole banners in the Library parking lot.
Additional October Events
Monthly Events

Singalong at Fairview Healthcare
Wednesday, 10/2, 3-4pm
AND
Monday, 10/21, 2-4pm
203 Lowell Road, Hudson

Evening Book Discussion*
Them: Why We Hate Each Other and How to Heal
By Ben Sasse
Thursday, 10/3, 7pm

Secondhand Prose Book Sale
Sunday, 10/13, 11am - 3pm
Hills Memorial Library basement
18 Library Street

Mystery Readers Book Club*
Books Can Be Deceiving
By Jenn McKinlay
Thursday, 10/10, 1pm

Book Discussion Group*
At the Edge of the Orchard
By Tracy Chevalier
Tuesday, 10/15, 1:30pm

*   Books for all book groups are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk
Monthly Events (cont.)

Monthly Writing Group
Friday, 10/18
9:30am - 12:30pm

Free Film
Yesterday
Tuesday, 10/22
2pm & 6:30pm

Films are sponsored by the Friends of the Library of Hudson

Weekly Events

U'Decide Quilters
Tuesdays
10am

Geopolitics in Today’s World
Thursdays
11am - 1pm
Walk-ins Welcome

Drop in Stitchers
Fridays
9:00 - 11:30am
STAY CONNECTED!