Now reading: A Farewell to Arms, by Ernest Hemingway
Next discussion: October 27
New members always welcome!
STORY TIME will be back in Spring 2022 Stay tuned...
Brewing in New Hampshire: An Informal History of Beer in the Granite State from Colonial Times to the Present
Wednesday, September 22 7:00 p.m.
This program will be online, and is brought to you by NH Humanities and Friends of Brown Memorial Library.
Log on and learn more about the history of beer brewing in our state.
PASSES FOR PATRONS!
Currier Gallery of Art / Manchester McAuliffe-Shephard Discovery Center / Concord Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum / Warner Telephone Museum / Warner The Fells / Newbury
2021 FALL & WINTER UPDATES COMING SOON
Drop-In Ornament Making Saturday, Dec. 7th
Visit from Santa Saturday, Dec. 14th 11:00am
Winter Break Movie & Craft Fri. 12/27 3:00-5:00pm
Kids? Having cabin fever? Come to the library to make a snow globe and watch a movie.
Wednesday, October 30th @ 6:00pm
The Truth About Bats!
Bats have been surrounded by myths for years. It is time to learn the truth! A Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist will share with us the many amazing features of bats such as echolocation, flight, and feeding habits. Learn about White Nose Syndrome, the disease now devastating native bats, and what it means for their future. Meet live bats and be inspired to help protect these misunderstood creatures as we explore the unique roles these nocturnal mammals play in our world.
Thurs. Oct. 31st from 5:00-7:00pm
On Halloween night, instead of candy we have, guess what, books! Come and visit the library and choose one free book.
Monday, Nov. 4th @ 6:00pm
TEDx Talk with Hanna Flanders (Kearsarge Food Hub)
Becoming Ourselves Together: How to Grow Community Don’t miss this talk: Live at Brown Memorial Library. FREE – ALL WELCOME
Wed. Nov. 13th @ 6:00pm
Theremin: Music of Lightning &Air - Presented and Conducted by C.G. Martiello
Strange, ghostly music will soon float through the air at your local library! Sounds that could be described as purely science fiction, vibrating from the world’s oldest electronic instrument, the Theremin! Since the turn of the 20th century, this bizarre device has been enchanting audiences around the world, from concert halls to rock and roll bands to motion pictures, as the only instrument on earth played without ever actually being touched. Thereminist C.G. Martiello will present a truly unique experience to introduce the instrument in an engaging, educational show, exploring the captivating history of its creation, how it works, and how the Theremin has come to shape the face of modern sound, such as movie scores and sound effects! Join him for a presentation / concerto, followed by a workshop and Q&A session where you will be able to experience and test this incredible device hands-on! Lecture-performance-workshop typically runs 45 minutes to an hour. Its more than just spooky sounds, it’s the music of lightning and air!