YUM! Who doesn't love chocolate AND sprinkles? Make these extremely cute apple bites to kick off Teen Tech Week's DIY @ your library theme.
Drop in from 3:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m. anytime and make an apple bite or three!
For Teens 12-19.
Play board games with fellow enthusiasts! These board games for adults and others are a blast. We’ll provide a variety of games but will focus on a specific one each meeting.
Friday March 14, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. in the Youth Program Room
Designed for children under the age of five (accompanied by their parents!) this fun hands-on program will spark children's creativity, develop fine motor skills, provide recognition of shapes/colors and lay the foundation for future readers by increasing children's early literacy skills.
Want to learn to make something yourself using our 3D Printer? Come to our 3D printer MakerLabs!
You will learn to search Thingiverse for a cool object, download and use Makerware software to adjust the object. And go home with a 3D printed object!
Space is limited. You must be between 12-18 years old. Please sign up in advance. If you cannot make it, please call Lyndsey at 603-283-5620.
Put on your dancing shoes and join your friends in the library for an afternoon of singing and dancing with Nancy Salwen.
Homeschooling families with children of all ages are invited to enjoy books and activities. These programs usually occur the second Tuesday of the month (Sept. - May) at 10:00 a.m.
This biographical look at the late Mother Teresa, winner of the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize and founder of the Missionaries of Charity, provides an exhaustive glimpse at her round-the-world travels. The film will be presented by the cameraman on that film, Karl Schurman, who is now a teacher at the Monadnock Waldorf High School in Keene, N.H. Schurman will introduce the film and talk about the powerful experience of working with Mother Teresa and being immersed in the slums of Calcutta.
Lisa will be joined by Gordon Peery on piano and Rodney Miller on fiddle. The Keene Public Library hosts a monthly free family dance for children and audults of all ages and abilities the first Friday of the month November through May.
Designed for children under the age of five (accompanied by their parents!) this fun hands-on program will spark children's creativity, develop fine motor skills, provide recognition of shapes/colors and lay the foundation for future readers by increasing children's early literacy skills
Parents and fourth grade students who would like help with science and water fair projects will find a wealth of information at this workshop. The workshop will cover how to make a display board. Basic supplies such as a display board will be provided to participants.
This free 8-week film appreciation seminar series is presented by Karl Schurman, who teaches English, History, Social Studies, Model UN and Drama at Monadnock Waldorf High School. He attended NYU Film School and worked in the film business for over 30 years in New York and around the world.
There will be no class on April 7 and April 21.
Have some fun with LEGO pieces at the library. We provide the bricks and you provide the imagination. This program is for kids of all ages.