All library programs will be held virtually via Zoom
until further notice:
Online Men's Coffee
Fridays at 9:00 AM
Please email the library (email@example.com)
if you are interested in attending.
Virtual Mindful Meditations via Zoom
with Judy Caron of Living Mindful NH
Participate in an hour-long
"Loving-Kindness" Meditation via Zoom.
Our schedule for winter and spring:
Thursday, April 8 and 22
Thursday, May 13 and 27.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to participate. We will send you the Zoom link.
Virtual Author Visit with Ty Gagne
Tuesday, April 20, 2021, 7:00 PM via Zoom
Author Ty Gagne will join us virtually to discuss his latest book, The Last Traverse: Tragedy and Resilience in the Winter Whites.
To register, please email email@example.com.
New Hampshire Humanities presents
with Rebecca Rule
That Reminds me of a FUNNY Story!
Tuesday, May 4, 2021, 6:30 PM
virtual via Zoom
Rebecca Rule is a New Hampshire treasure! A writer, humorist, and storyteller, she has traveled throughout New England, telling stories and gathering them. One story always leads to another...
Rebecca's latest book is a collection of best-of-the-best stories. It is also a memoir -- how she came to be a storyteller, why storytelling matters, and what she has learned about the craft in the hundreds of performances she has given.
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pandemic Archive Project
History is in the making! We are living in such interesting times, and future generations will want to know what life was like during the pandemic.
One of the functions of the library and the Dunbarton Historical Awareness Committee is to archive key moments in the history of its community. The Dunbarton Public Library maintains a local history collection. Now is the time to add to it!
We encourage all to record their thoughts and feelings during this extraordinary time. Here are a few suggestions for things to think and write about. By all means, feel free to think up questions of your own. Tell us what your daily life is like. Describe your everyday life experiences the best you can. Everything is interesting!
- What did you do today or this week? What was different about your daily life due to social distancing? Did you see others electronically or in person?
- Did you work from home or at an essential job?
- What are you reading, watching, playing?
- How are you keeping in touch with your community and friends?
Please Note: For more information, cancellations or postponements, please see our Facebook page.
In case of snow, please see WMUR cancellations. Thank you very much.