Nesmith Library

Windham, New Hampshire

CANCELLED: Common Seabirds Along the New Hampshire Seacoast, a UNH SeaSpeak Program

This program has been cancelled. Registrants have been contacted. Sorry for any inconvenience, and we hope you will register for our Trivia Night next Thursday!

This is an in person program taking place at Nesmith Library, and is for Nesmith Library card holders only.

Registration Required (see below) / Adults Ages 16 & Up

Please use the form on this page to register, once per person who will attend the program. We have limited capacity we can accommodate: the form will disappear when registration is full.

Can't tell a Plover from a Sandpiper? Join us at Nesmith Library on Thursday, August 4 at 6 PM when Dick Lutz, a Marine Docent from UNH's SeaSpeak program, presents Common Seabirds Along the New Hampshire Seacoast. We'll learn to identify local birds from the coast, the marsh, and the sea, and discover some of their unique characteristics.

SeaSpeaks are lecture-type programs with topics that appeal to adult audiences. Using an engaging story-telling format, UNH Marine Docents share their expertise, experience, and knowledge. For more information please visit their website at

Please refrain from attending if you are experiencing symptoms of sickness, including cough, cold, and flu: thank you for helping us to continue providing our full services as safely as possible.

Questions? Please call Nesmith Library (603-432-7154) or email Adult Programming Librarian Maria

From June 27 through August 11, our Summer Reading Program will feature reading challenges, a variety of engaging events, and the opportunity to win fabulous prizes supported by local sponsors! Register on Beanstack online or in the mobile app, and visit these pages for more information about how to participate:

Children's Summer Reading Program (ages 0-12)

Teen Summer Reading Program (ages 12-18)

Adult Summer Reading Program (adults ages 16 & up)


Thursday, August 4, 2022 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm
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