Edward Hopper: Sunlight and Solitude. Presented by Jane Oneail from Culturally Curious! October 5th at 6:30 PM on Zoom

Whether it is a bustling city or a Cape Cod beach, Edward Hopper’s iconic paintings capture a feeling of stillness and quiet tension. Learn more about Hopper’s career, early influences and how his work relates to the work of other artists from the same generation.

Jane Oneail holds a master’s in Art History from Boston University and a master’s in Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She is a NH native and has worked at some of the state’s most esteemed cultural institutions, including the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, where she served as Executive Director, and the Currier Museum of Art, where she held the role of Senior Educator.

All Eyes Are Upon Us: Racial Struggles in the Northeast, From Jackie Robinson to Deval Patrick. Presented by Prof. Jason Sokol.
October 8th at 6:30 PM on Zoom.
From Brooklyn to Boston, from World War II to the present, Jason Sokol traces the modern history of race and politics in the Northeast. Why did white fans come out to support Jackie Robinson as he broke baseball’s color barrier in 1947 even as Brooklyn’s blacks were shunted into segregated neighborhoods? How was African-American politician Ed Brooke of Massachusetts, who won a Senate seat in 1966, undone by the resistance to desegregation busing in Boston? Is the Northeast’s history a microcosm of America as a whole: outwardly democratic, but inwardly conflicted over race?

Jason Sokol is a Professor of History at UNH.

Request the Zoom link by clicking on this form http://bit.ly/JasonSokol

Sponsored by the NH Humanities, in partnership with the following public libraries: Cook Memorial, Jackson, Conway, Freedom, and Madison.
Check Out the World of Water (WOW) Art Exhibition Banner. October 1st -- 7th. Sponsored by Green Mountain Conservation Group
The WOW community art exhibition includes over 30 artists of all ages from across the watershed and beyond. Their featured works explore the myriad ways that water influences our lives and celebrate the beauty of water in the world around us. Their creativity illuminates our daily, inseparable and indispensable relationship with water.

Apply for Jobs Virtually. Presented by Jeff Beavers. October 21st and 28th at 10 AM.
Part 1 - Resume & Cover Letter writing (October 21st @ 10am)

Join us on Zoom and Google's Applied Digitial Skills platform to get started on, or perfect, your existing resume and cover letter!

 Part 2 - Virtual Interviewing (October 28th @ 10am)

Get practice interviewing virtually for your dream job using Zoom!

Contact Jeff Beavers for more information.
Come Visit Collin Laracy's Halloween Room! October 29th 3:30pm to 5:30pm
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Collin Laracy is 12 years old and attends Kennett Middle School. Since he was a toddler, he has been fascinated with Halloween and animatronics. After visiting a family friends’ decorated house with crazy halloween animatronics, he was determined that was what he wanted to do. He has over 20 animatronics ranging from 3 feet high to 10 feet high as well as hundreds of various halloween decorations.

For the past several years, Collin has constructed a haunted house for his friends to visit. In his younger years it consisted of decorations in one room. Gradually over the years, the haunting has spread out into the entire house.

This year the haunted house is moving to the library!

One group of up to 4 people permitted through at a time, and CDC recommended MASKS are required. This event is not recommended for young children, and may be a little scary for some.
Have You Used Kanopy Kids Yet?
Kanopy Kids has an outstanding collection of movies, tv shows, and learning resources your kids will love. Visit Kanopy Kids today. A current library card is required.