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Gingerbread House Contest 12/5 - 6PM

Tuesday, December 5th at 6:00PM At the Goodwin Library The long awaited Gingerbread House Competition is back! We provide the supplies, you bring the creativity! Show us your skills and enjoy tasty treats while decorating with others! Houses will be voted on by the public and prizes awarded to the top 3 houses.

Caregiver Cafe 11/29 - 10:30AM

Wednesday, Nov. 29th at 10:30AM At the Goodwin Library Anyone who is a caregiver, a person being cared for due to illness, or someone just looking for resources is invited to come to our Caregiver cafe. Come meet in a friendly environment with others who are going through the same thing you are. Share ideas …

Book Group 11/30 - 6PM

Thursday, November 30th at 6:00PM At the Goodwin Library This month we are reading I Am Malala. This is the autobiography of the girl who stood up for education and survived being shot by the Taliban. Join us in discussing your thoughts on this controversial issue.  

Invisible Art 11/28 - 5PM

Tuesday, November 28th from 5:00-7:00PM At the Goodwin Library Make invisible art appear with crayons and watercolors! We will also have board games and cards out for those who want to play!

Crafternoon 11/10 - 3PM

Friday, Nov. 10th from 3:00 - 4:00PM At the Goodwin Library Make this eye-catching vase using recycled CDs! This is the perfect gift for anyone who enjoys shiny things! Crafternoons are not suitable for children.

Homesteading Roundtable 11/7 - 6PM

Tuesday, Nov. 7th at 6PM At the Goodwin Library We may be heading into winter, but that doesn't mean you have to stop planting. We have all the supplies to make mason jar terrariums! Thank you to Studley's Flower Garden for donating plants for this project.

Book Group 11/2 - 6PM

Thursday, November 2nd at 6:00PM At the Goodwin Library This month the Bookies are reading Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave. Set in London, this wartime novel is inspired by the real life love letters of the author's grandparents.

Caregiver Cafe 10/25 - 10:30AM

Wednesday, October 25th at 10:30AM At the Goodwin Library If you are caring for a loved one with a long term illness, disability, or Alzheimer's come get resources and support. You don't have to do this alone. This program is also for those who endure these illnesses and need support and information. This month there …

Poet & Writers Group 10/24 - 6PM

Tuesday, October 24th at 6PM At the Goodwin Library The first rule is, we talk about it. Join other local writers in reading your written work and discussing it. Everyone is invited to share or listen.

Family Game & Craft Night 10/24 - 5PM

Tuesday, October 24th 5:00-7:00PM At the Goodwin Library Make finger painted bats with us! Or play a board game or card game!

Community Cinema 10/17 - 5:30PM

Tuesday, October 17th at 5:30PM At the Goodwin Library Join these comedic unconventional monsters from Monsters Inc!  

1 Million Minutes

The library has set a community goal of reading 1 million minutes in a year! Help be a role model with this initiative and show the importance of reading and that reading and libraries are not obsolete. Just read like you always do, log the number of hours you read on a bookmark (get at …

October 2017 Newsletter

Pumpkin Decorating 10/5 - 6PM

Thursday, October 5th at 6:00PM At the Goodwin Library We are decorating pumpkins once again! Come carve, paint, and glue to make a fearsome pumpkin for the season! First come, first serve. Everything at this program is free and open to the public. Thank you to Butternut Farm for donating the pumpkins!

Capital Crime of Witchcraft 10/26 -6PM

Thursday, October 26th at 6:00PM At the Goodwin Library Explore the prosecutions in New England in the 1600s from complaints to death warrants and how the Salem Court worked during the witchcraft trials in the late 1600s. This program is funded by a grant from the NH Humanities Council.