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Thursday November 26th
Closed for Thanksgiving Day
Friday November 27th
Closed for the day after Thanksgiving
Over the Headwall: A Short History of Skiing in Tuckerman Ravine
Thursday December 10th
Jeff Leich, Executive Director of the New England Ski Museum
Jeff Leich produces the majority of the exhibits at the Museum, and is the author of two books, "Over the Headwall: The Ski History of Tuckerman Ravine" and "Tales of the 10th: The Mountain Troops and American Skiing." He is also the editor of the Journal of the New England Ski Museum. Leich has been recognized for his contribution to alpine skiing in the state of New Hampshire with being awarded the H.H. "Bill" Whitney Award in 2006, the Curatorial Award in 2007 and the Skade Award in 2012 from the International Skiing History Association.
Program is free and open to the public. Please call us at 744-3352 with any questions!
Soap Making Event
Saturday December 12th 11:30 AM
(1.5 Hr workshop)
This Program is FREE!
Interested in soap making? Barbara Benton will be here at the library showing us how to make soap!
Space is limited and participants will bring home a soap sample AND a soy candle.
Registration is required. Teens are welcome to join in on the fun! Please call us at 744-3352 or stop by to secure your spot.
Children's Holiday Craft
Friday December 18th 3-4 PM
Join us for this special craft day! Stop by for a minute or stay the entire time. We will be making Santa approved crafts for you to bring home and share with your loved ones.
MSL Holiday Party
Saturday December 19th 12-2 PM
Stop by with your family and listen to some holiday tunes as we write letters to Santa, drink some hot cocoa, and make snowflakes! Don't forget to bring your camera because we'll have props ready in our holiday photo booth!
Third Monday Book Club
Monday, December 21st At 10 am
Strength In What Remains By Tracy Kidder
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize
Deo arrives in America from Burundi in search of a new life. Having survived a civil war and genocide, plagued by horrific dreams, he lands at JFK airport with two hundred dollars, no English, and no contacts. He ekes out a precarious existence delivering groceries, living in Central Park, and learning English by reading dictionaries in bookstores. Then Deo begins to meet the strangers who will change his life, pointing him eventually in the direction of Columbia University, medical school, and a life devoted to healing.
Anyone is welcome to join. Call us at 744-3352 with any questions or stop by the library today!
Minot Sleeper Library Passes
Enjoy Art? We've got the passes for you! The library now offers passes to the Currier Museum of Art. TWO passes per day are given out. Each pass lets in two people 13 and older. Those under 12 are FREE!
For more information on the museum click here.
To see what other passes we offer click here.
FRIDAY 11/27 NO STORYTIME
(Closed Friday After Thanksgiving)
Join us December 4th 10:30 AM when we will start talking about Winter & the Holidays! BRR!
Questions? Call Azra at 744-3352!
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Board of Trustees meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month at the library. Meetings are open to the public.