Tag: Adult Programming

Photography Course ~ Take a perfect photo with your phone ~ (ZOOM) @ 1:00 on 12/3 & 10

It’s long been said that the best camera is the one you have with you. Most of us have smart phone with impressive camera features. We will explore ways to capture stunning photographs of various subjects with our phones. This two session course will cover smart phone camera features, creative techniques, composition, and light. *One should have a basic knowledge of the operation of their phone’s camera but advanced features… Read more

Craft, Paint & Color (Adults) ~ Fridays, 10:30 (Register)

We are thrilled to announce the return of the Craft, Paint & Color Meetup Group. Following social distancing and face covering measures, the gathering will look a bit different. The group will use the large meeting room off of the lobby to accommodate for social distancing measures. The group size will be limited to maximum of 10 people. Registration is required and we will not be able to accommodate walk-in… Read more

Recorded Program ~ Following Election Results with R. Mikkelsen

Unprecedented political turmoil combined with changes in election laws and media practices will make following the results of the November 3 national elections harder than most of us have experienced before. Journalist, Randall Mikkelsen, a veteran of several national political campaigns and election nights, spoke about strategies for staying well-informed and sane on election night and the days after. Randall Mikkelsen has worked as a financial and political journalist with… Read more

Comics in World History and Cultures with Marek Bennett (via ZOOM) ~ @ 6:30 on Thursday, 11/19/2020

Marek Bennett presents a whirlwind look at comics around the world and throughout history, through the lens of multicultural education. Bennett engages and involves the audience in an interactive discussion of several sample comics representing cultures such as: Ancient Rome, Medieval Europe, the Ancient Maya, Feudal and modern Japan, the United States in the early 20th century, and Nazi Germany during World War II. The program explores the various ways… Read more

Ireland’s Great Famine in Irish-American History ~ Mary C. Kelly, Ph.D. (via ZOOM) at 6:30 on Thursday, 10/1/2020

This program is an online ZOOM program. Drawing on material from her book Ireland’s Great Famine in Irish-American History, Dr. Kelly will discuss the role of the Famine in shaping Irish-American ethnic identity. Focusing on the long-term impact of the episode between the 1840s and 1990s, she explores the shadowed landscape of Famine legacy and its status in Irish-American culture today. Referencing contemporary press accounts and the writings of… Read more

Maximizing Social Security and Investing for Retirement ~ (via ZOOM) Register for 1:00 or 6:30, Thursday, 9/10/2020

Are you one of the many Americans who do not fully maximize their Social Security benefits? Knowing how and when you choose to collect Social Security benefits can be complex because it ultimately depends on your unique circumstances. With retirees living longer today than previous generations, your choice of when to retire and collect Social Security benefits can make a significant difference in the income you collect in retirement. Please… Read more

Summer Concert with Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki (VIRTUAL via Facebook Live) ~ Thursday, August 6 @ 6PM

Performing for the Kimball Library in a Virtual Concert, Jordan will be solo, and will entertain us with favorite fiddle tunes and songs with guitar accompaniment. Bringing fresh energy to traditional Celtic music, fiddler/singer Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki was first recognized as part of New Hampshire’s musical culture at the age of 12, when he was the youngest member of the delegation representing the state at The Smithsonian Folklife Festival. He… Read more

Alone Together: Curated Content for Staying at Home

Home quarantining and social distancing are the right things to do at this time. However, that does not mean they’re easy. Attached is a curated list of high quality tools, tours, classes, and connections to artists and teachers that can be accessed for free over the web. Explore the list to keep yourself and your family entertained, and maybe even learn something new! Click the link: Alone Together Ideas to… Read more

Summer Concert ~ The Last Duo Thursday (Virtual Concert) ~ @ 6:00 on Thursday, 7/23/2020

Greg Descoteaux and Dan Sirois are both accomplished singer-songwriters and their vocal and instrumental talents complimented each other. With top-notch harmonies, The Last Duo is a diverse highly entertaining acoustic Duo that performs songs from a wide range of artists such as The Everly Brothers, America, Simon & Garfunkel, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, and many more. Register for this event. This concert will be a Facebook Live Event. You do… Read more

Job Hunting for Remote Work … like a Pro (Webinar) with JOBTALK Founder, Krystal Hicks ~ @ 6:30, Thursday 7/16/2020

Do you find yourself fantasizing about working remotely, but you’re just not sure how to do that or where to start? Worried about what is next during this time of COVID-19 layoffs and changes in hiring? Join us for this 60-minute webinar, hosted by Krystal Hicks, Career Strategist and Founder of JOBTALK, to learn more about: How to approach this type of transition from traditional, on-site work environments… Which industries… Read more