Living Literature presents a funny and heartwarming half hour readers theatre presentation adapted from John Irving’s classic novel A Prayer for Owen Meany. This adaptation of Irving’s inspiring modern classic centers on the tale of two pre-teen-aged boys who are at the center of this unorthodox and funny Christmas pageant held in the ficticious New Hampshire town of Gravesend in the mid 1950’s. Free and open to the public, no registration required but seating is limited.
Musicals Sundays return with a concert of Christmas music with an Irish twist by Lindsay Straw and Caroline O’Shea. Both are members of the Boston band The Ivy Leaf, who performed at the library in 2013. Straw will sing and play guitar and Irish bouzouki, and O’Shea will accompany on flute. This musical afternoon is free and open to the public. No registration is required, but seating is limited. Doors will open at 1:30PM; show will begin at 2:00PM.
Join a small but dedicated group of poets and poetry enthusiasts who gather to share and respond to each other’s work. In the fall of 2014 we’ll be meeting on the third Tuesday of the month in the library’s Stride Room. This free program is facilitated by librarian Luke Owens and is open to the public.
Bring your parents for this first of a two part meeting on paying for your college days. Part one – a documentary film.
bring your parents for this second of a two part meeting on paying for your college days. Part two- a presentation by Bill Geezy