Learn all about downloable e-books and e-audiobooks with Library Diretor David Smolen.
A night for parents of the area to hear about a day in the life of surrounding school's Kindergartens so they can make an informed choice. Childcare and light dinner provided.
Seasoned instant pot users will demonstrate how to make their favorite recipes as well as share some samples for tasting. They will also discuss safety measures.
Is your Android running out of space? Is your iPhone slow? Does your Nook need an upgrade? Is your FitBit throwing fits? Can't move your files from one device to another? Bring your device and your questions to our open forum, and feel free to share solutions you've found.
Open format technology problem solving hosted by Conway Public Library's Technology Librarian, Kate Belisle
April is National Poetry Month and it's time for the Conway Library's annual Poetry and Story Slam! Register to slam for an opportunity to earn prizes and share your talents, or be a supportive audience member.
* Teens and adults are invited to write and perform poems or stories (fiction or true) in front of an audience and try for a prize (rules apply). All mature audiences are invited.
* Performers must register by Monday, April 5th on this form or by calling 447-5552. Tessa will email rules for contestants.
- One Ticket = $1.00
- Three Tickets = $2.00
- Seven Tickets = $5.00
From its earliest settlements New Hampshire has struggled with issues surrounding the treatment of its poor. The early Northeastern colonies followed the lead of England's 1601 Poor Law, which imposed compulsory taxes for maintenance of the poor but made no distinction between the "vagrant, vicious poor" and the helpless, and honest poor. This confusion persisted for generations and led directly to establishment in most of the state's towns of alms houses and poor farms and, later, county institutions which would collectively come to form a dark chapter in New Hampshire history.
The Green Mountain Conservation Group presents, the Groundwater Education through Water Evaluation and Testing (GET WET!) program. Participants can bring in a sample of their home well water and test it for six parameters, including: chloride, conductivity, hardness, nitrates/nitrites, pH, and iron. Learn about common contaminants, health concerns and where to go for more information. Suitable for families and children must be supervised by an adult caregiver. Great science lesson for kids! For more information call 447-5552.
Welcome spring with this performance and sing-along by the Bluebirds! Free and sponsored by the Friends of the Conway Public Library. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome.