Nesmith Library

Windham, New Hampshire

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Teen Tech Mentoring

Teen Technology Mentor Program

@ the Nesmith Library

First Wednesday of each month


Do you need help with technology? Got a new Kindle, iPad, or cell phone? The Nesmith Library, in conjunction with local High School students, will be providing open help desk sessions on the 1st  Wednesday of each month from 3-5 pm. Please join us!

The type of help being provided will include:

The Real Eastern Coyote

The clever and resilient coyote is our native song dog and a top predator in the northeast, and despite the ecological benefits the coyote brings, it is the most persecuted carnivore in North America. On Tuesday, September 25th at 6pm, join us as Chris Schadler, M.S., Conservation Biology, discusses coexistence strategies. Whether you farm, hike or garden, “understanding the mind and ecology of the coyote can keep us one step ahead of problems,” according to Chris.

Discovering New England Stone Walls: A New Hampshire Humanities Program

On Wednesday, August 8th at 6pm, Kevin Gardner will be here to talk about the storied history of New England stone walls. Kevin’s informal talk explores the theme of two of his books, The Granite Kiss: Traditions and Techniques of Building New England Stone Walls, and Stone Building: How To Make New England Style Walls and Other Structures the Old Way.

The White Mountain: Rediscovering Mount Washington's Hidden Culture

Over the course of one calendar year, journalist Dan Szczesny explored the history and mystique of New England’s tallest mountain. But Mount Washington is more than just a 6,288-foot rock pile; the mountain is the cultural soul of climbers, hikers, and tourists from around the world looking to test their mettle against some of the most extreme conditions in return for a chance to be inspired by some of the most intense natural beauty.

Paper Crafting - 3D Note Cards

Professional crafter, Pam White, will be helping us to explore our creative side as we use rubber stamps, colorful inks and pencils, and special techniques to transform plain note cards into works of art! All supplies will be provided. Pam has been an Independent Demonstrator for Stampin’ Up for the past 16 years and has taught many classes. She has also sold her creations at craft fairs, and truly loves sharing her talents with others! This free program is for Nesmith Library card holders only (ages 16 and up), and registration is required.


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