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Library Connection

July art exhibit by YEAAH

YEAAH stands for Youth for Earth Activism through Art with Hope. This energetic youth group is displaying their original artwork throughout the month of July at the Conway Public Library. The mission of these young artists is to bring “together youth who are passionate about art and activism with the hope of drawing awareness to the changes in our world.” Emma Whipple spokesperson for YEAAH succinctly expressed the goal of the organization as “giving youth a voice.” Represented in the exhibit are Clara Hodges, Maddi Doucette, Brittany Coleman, Silus Berrier, and Emma Whipple McKie. You can contact YEAAH at Stop by the library’s Ham Community Room throughout July to see the dynamic expression of these concerned young artists. What a Hoot! Who’s active in the forests while we’re sleeping? Owls, of course. Join the staff of Tin Mountain Conservation Center to learn about New Hampshire owl species, owl adaptations, and vocalizations. Every Wednesday, the Conway Public Library offers fun, free and educational programming for age 4 and older. Next Wednesday, July 13, it’s all about owls with Nora Dufilho, educator at the Center. While there will be no live animals, attendees will see specimens of common owl

species found in our area and even get an opportunity to learn their calls. It will be a hoot.

Open mic night On the second Monday of each month (except in October) the Conway Public Library offers an Open Mic Night for poets, writers, musicians and storytellers of all ages. The first hour is open floor. Just sign up for your time slot when you arrive. Then after a break for refreshments, a featured artist (or two) takes the floor. This month we hope to have some students and/ or faculty from the Mountain Top Music Center. The library is currently seeking featured performers for upcoming months. If you or someone you know would like to be a feature at a future Open Mic please call Olga at 447-5552 at the Conway Public Library Monday through Wednesday. Open Mic provides a supportive atmosphere and encourages performers of all ages. Listeners are very welcome too. Volunteers needed The Conway Public Library is currently in need of volunteers for a variety of tasks including: shelving materials in the Children’s Room (please be advised, this requires bending as the shelves are low for little ones), mending books (if you sew or create handicrafts, this might

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be the task for you as many of the same skills are needed), and grounds upkeep (sweeping our steps, picking up litter, weeding, etc). Please consider donating your skills and time to the library and then contact Ms. Betty Parker at 447-5552 for more information. Coming up Monday, July 11, open mic night for poets, acoustic musicians, writers and storytellers of all ages. Sign up when you arrive. Features include either musicians from Mountain Top Music Center or Olga Morrill telling stories from around the world. Listeners welcome, too. Wednesday, July 13, from 10:30 to 11 a.m. — Summer story time for wee ones 3 and under. Guests and older siblings always welcome. Half an hour of age appropriate songs, books, action rhymes and stories. Wednesday, July 13, from 4 to 5 p.m. — Tin Mountain Conservation Center presents “Owls” an educational and fun science program. Free and open to the public age four and older. The Conway Public Library's hours are Monday through Tuesday 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Wednesday 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Thursday 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Friday noon to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call 447-5552 or visit

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The North Conway Library offers story time for children during the summer from July 7 until July 28 on Thursday mornings at 10 a.m. The story time is geared toward children age 3-5 with siblings welcome. The kick-off event is today at 10 a.m. with musician Sally Swenson. The story time will be held outside on the library lawn in the backyard behind the granite building, so all are encouraged to bring blankets. On rainy days story times will take place inside. No registration is necessary for the story times. They are free and open to residents and visitors alike. For the summer reading program children need to pre-register by July 20 and later submit a list of books they read during the summer. Prizes are mini golf tokens from Pirate’s Cove and a $10 gift certificate from TD Bank. Lists can be picked up at the library at registration and must be submitted by Aug. 26. Call the North Conway Library at 603-356-2961 or visit their website at for additional information or stop by the library on Main Street in North Conway Village.

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The Conway Daily Sun, Thursday, July 7, 2011  

The Conway Daily Sun, Thursday, July 7, 2011