Tag: Adult Programming

Food, Fun and Folklore – June 10 @ 6:30pm

Join us for a tasting party with Brenda Weber!  Learn the answers to these burning questions and more: What did the Bostonians drink after their tea was thrown into the Bay? What did great-grandma give to a fussy toddler? Sample chilled soups, breads, spreads and beverages made from the treasures of a local herb garden.  Registration is required.   ***Sponsored by the Friends of the Library… Read more

Armchair Travel to Mayan Civilization: May 11 @ 6:30pm

mayan2The Mayan Civilization:  Builders of Giant Pyramids, Extensive Cities,and Powerful Dynasties in Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize.   The Maya ruins of Belize include a number of well-known and historically important pre-Columbian Maya archaeological sites. Belize is considered part of the southern Maya lowlands of the Mesoamerican culture area, and the sites found there were occupied from the Preclassic until and after the arrival of the Spanish. (Wikipedia)    Learn more from Kay… Read more

Evening Book Discussion, April 20 @ 6pm

Evening Book Discussion Group will discuss “Too Close to the Falls” on April 20th at 6:00 PM.  Books will be available starting Tuesday, March 23rd. too closeBook Description: Clinical psychologist Gildiner’s well-crafted memoir describes her 1950s childhood in Lewiston, “a small town in western New York, a few miles north of Niagara Falls.” Hers was no ordinary childhood but that of a precocious, headstrong, and intelligent girl whose parents provided a… Read more

Morning Book Group April 28 @ 10:15 am

The April selection is Mrs. Jack, a biography of Isabella Stewart Gardner of Boston in the 19th century, written by Louise Hall Tharp.  An American charmer and art collector,… Read more

Explore Easter Island & Patagonia, Chile (April 13 @ 7pm)

moiasIf you l.o.v.e. to travel inexpensively, then pull up a seat with us on April 13, 2010 at 7pm and prepare to explore the wonders of Easter Island and Patagoni, Chile. Did you ever wonder why all those statues (moais) are on Easter Island or why it’s called the most remote place on Earth?  Come to see and hear about what the mystery of Easter Island is all about.   Diane… Read more

Presentation by NH Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

gavel(Thursday, March 18, 6:30pm-8:00pm) This will be a presentation by New Hampshire Criminal Defense Attorney, Stephanie Hausman. She will discuss the role of defense lawyers in the criminal justice system taking the portrayal of Atticus Finch in ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ as a jumping off point.  The question of how perceptions of defense attorneys have changed will be discussed.… Read more

Kimball Library Adult Programming Survey

survey_buttonPlease take a few minutes to complete the short (six questions) Adult Programming Survey.  We need your feedback on what types of programs you would like to see offered at the Kimball Library. Thank you!   Click on the survey icon to start the survey.… Read more