581 Washington Road, Rye N.H. 03870 603-964-8401 email@example.com
Occasionally, we send a reminder or special notice through the Ripple Effect Splash Supplement. Here's the skinny:
Director, Rye Public Library
Upcoming RPL Events !
Pilot Zoom public programming
Join us on Wednesday, April 29 at 6:30 p.m. for a Zoom presentation by Joe Marttila of SeaBee Honey and Apiaries. SeaBee is based in Rye with the mission to preserve both pollinators and farmland in the Seacoast area. Joe Marttila will give you a fascinating glimpse into the world of honey bees and other New England native pollinators, and explain why pollinators play such a critical role in the ecosystem. He will also touch on why pollinators are in decline and what you can do to help. Joe will take questions by chat after his discussion. Join at this link Wednesday 4/29 at 6:30 pm. [meeting # 916-3537-9431. The password is BEES!!20
Next up will be musician
Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki on
Wednesday May 13 at 6:30pm!Hosted by the Rye Public Library, fiddler/singer Tirrell-Wysocki will present a solo performance remotely from his home. Active in the NH music scene since childhood, Jordan has won various awards both for traditional Celtic music and his own compositions, which include the theme music to NH Chronicle. This informal "living room" show will be a collection of his favorite pieces and whatever else the audience wants to hear! More info at www.JordanTWmusic.com.
Join at this link Wednesday 5/13 at 6:30 pm. [meeting #842-2009-2068 The password is TYJordan!
And for Parents with kindergarten aged children:
Rye Elementary School is presently registering
Kindergartenand Grade 1 students for the school year 2020-2021(New students entering RES only). RES Kindergarten program is a full day program. It is important that all students register so they can plan classes for next year. RES accepts registrations by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and USPS. Here is a link to the materials needed to register:
Also: The Rye School District provides weekly food boxes for families in need. We are currently looking for grocery store gift cards that will be used to fill the boxes with necessary items. We also could use cans of vegetables, soups, beans, rice and pasta. Donations may be mailed to Rye Elementary or placed in the large blue trash can outside the elementary school.