Virtual Programming

While our in-person programs have been postponed, we are excited to share that we are now offering virtual programming via Zoom meetings, Facebook live, links and other technology. Please check here for updated programming information! Also, check out our YouTube channel to view some of our fun virtual programs!

Tuesday | March 23 | 6:30pm|The Con Artists Playbook: how to protect yourself from scammers | Zoom | Sign up for this program Con Artist’s Playbook

Tuesday | April 6 | 6:30pm | Salt Marsh Wildlife of New Hampshire | Zoom | Presented by NH Audubon. Salt marshes are a unique habitat found only in a narrow fringe where the ocean meets the land. They are important as nurseries for a variety of marine organisms, and provide habitat for a number of breeding and migratory birds. This talk focuses primarily on the latter, and presents information on their ecology as well as the conservation issue facing their habitat. Click to register or email lizatnhpl@gmail.com.

Programs For Kids

Tinker Tuesdays | 4pm | Zoom | Tuesdays | Ages 5+ | Follow along as we make STEAM gadgets, gizmos and crafts! Register in advance to receive the materials before each hangout. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. Each creation will employ one or multiple facets of STEAM. We hope you’ll join us! Email Lauren to register!

Thursday Game Nights | 7pm | Zoom | Ages 10+ | Miss hanging out with your friends? We do too! Get the gang back together for some fun virtual gaming! We’ll play online games, board games, trivia, games with just paper, and more! We’ll also vote to decide on new games to play. Email Lauren to sign-up!

ONGOING Virtual Programs

Please feel free to visit these links at anytime! Special Thanks to the creators for providing the content! Please check NHPL’s YouTube channel for content!

Virtual Tai Chi | Tai Chi for Everybody with Marsha Carr Click to access Home Practice

Other Exciting Virtual Programs

New Hampshire Humanities has been hosting a program each Friday, check https://www.nhhumanities.org/ for details!