CONNECTING PEOPLE WITH THE RESOURCES NEEDED TO LIVE THEIR BEST LIVES
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Preschool & Kindergarten age children & their caregivers
Join us for some stories and activities, which may include games, songs, and/or arts & crafts.
Wednesdays & Saturdays
Infants & Toddlers and their caregivers
Program Room (or children’s book room if another event has been scheduled)
Come visit the library with your little ones. Find and read some stories, play with some new toys, and connect with other families.
If you would like to be put on the waitlist, please email Lyn at email@example.com.
Join ASL instructor, Christina Bertin, for an introduction to American Sign Language. Christina will share the alphabet and some basic signs for communication.
If you are interested in joining the writer’s group, please email Lyn at firstname.lastname@example.org. The writers meet intermittently, so it is best to check in before showing up.
Fridays (beginning October 6 - may be intermittent, so call ahead 837-2030)
Front Reading Room
Teens & Adults
Are you a seasoned handicrafts person? Are you wanting to learn? Do you have a project in the works or something you have dreamed of creating? Adults & Teens of all skill levels are welcome to join others while you knit, crochet, needlepoint, sew, etc. Please call first in case a session has been cancelled if you are planning to join for the first time – (603) 837-2030.
With Kaylee Smith
Saturday, March 2nd
Open to adults, teens, and ages 8+
Kaylee is an experienced artist who enjoys painting rocks, canvasses, and other paintable surfaces. She will guide attendees through the process of painting a spring themed scene on canvas using acrylic paints.
Tuesdays, March 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th, & April 2nd
Open to ages 5-12
During this 5 week program, your child will design and construct something using paper mache then design and create a glass tile mosaic. Each project will take multiple weeks to complete.
Presented by Lynne Warren State Farm
Thursday, March 7th
Open to Adults & Teens
Are you or someone you love turning 65 soon? Let us clear up some confusion about Medicare, the enrollment process, and supplement plans, including medicare advantage. We will also discuss the difference between medi-gap and advantage plans.
This program is full. Please contact Lyn at email@example.com to be put on a waitlist.
Is your child interested in learning some basic home and life skills? During this six week program, participants will learn to sew using several different stitches, attach a button, make butter, whipped cream, and cheese, the art and process of weaving, how to find and use natural fibers to make cordage, knitting, and the art of embroidery.
With Archivist, Lanny Weaver
Saturday, March 16th
Open to all
Lanny will share the story of how she first became motivated to learn about her ancestors and will introduce researching family history. Get inspired by Lanny, begin your own family tree, and become acquainted with a variety of methods and sources to conduct genealogical research.
Whitefield Public Library now has a subscription to Ancestry.com, which is free for you to use.
With North Country Home Health & Hospice
Tuesday, March 19th
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Open to all
Join us to share about and discuss death and dying, the inevitable end to life, in a light, open, honest, and respectful manner. This is a monthly opportunity to broach the rarely discussed topic of death and dying, coming to terms with our mortality, how to make the most of the lives we have, and think about how to prepare and plan for our passing.
Monday, April 8th
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Open to all - More details to come next month
Join us for some eclipse stories, information, and activities, then the viewing. All attendees will receive a free pair of eclipse glasses with which to view the solar eclipse at 3:28 PM.
With Jack Rhode
Fridays beginning September 22 - June
12 noon – 1 PM in the WPL Program Room
Open to students in 5th grade +Sign up required – email Courtney at firstname.lastname@example.org
A beginning Latin course taught by long time high school Latin teacher, Jack Rhode. This course runs through the school year and is meant for students who are interested and engaged in learning Latin. Taught as a full year course, this class will include homework as well as tests and quizzes to assess learning.