The Keene Public Library is happy to participate in Monadnock Earth Week. In keeping with this year's theme, "Healthy Communities, Healthy Planet," the library has a week of activities planned including a film screening and discussion of the documentary Tapped on Monday April 16 at 7:00 p.m. Earth Friendly storytimes will be offered all week for regular storytime participants and vistitors:
The week ends on Saturday April 21 at the Monadnock Earth Festival held at the Keene Recreation Center and the library will be there from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Stop by and say hello and enjoy a special story time presented by Mr. Peter at 3:00 p.m.
If you want need more ideas of ways to celebrate Earth Day, you can visit the library for interesting books, films, magazines and more about all kinds of topics related to conservation and the environment (browse the 300s, 500s and 600s in the stacks or ask a librarian for help). Teens should also check out books nominated for YALSA’s 2010 Popular Paperbacks list “Change Your World.” Titles on this list feature stories about teens who take the world into their own hands and make a difference through politics, environmentalism and/or activism. Do you want to change your world, too? While you’re at the library ask about volunteering there.