arch 2015 program descriptions

BAKER FREE LIBRARY EVENT DESCRIPTIONS – March 2015
Registration is required for all programs.
Please visit www.bowbakerfreelibrary.org for further details.
FAMILY STORYTIME: Tuesdays, 3/10 - 3/31, 10:30 a.m.
This program is for children up to age 6 with an adult. It is a 45 minute program perfect for
families with several children of different ages. Activities include stories, songs, fingerplays,
flannel boards, creative movement, and simple crafts.
ACTIVE LISTENERS: Thursdays, 3/12 - 3/26, 10:30 a.m.
This program is for children under age 3 with an adult. It is a 30 minute interactive program for
the very young including simple songs, fingerplays, elementary flannel boards, very short books,
and easy movement activities.
ROOKIE READERS: Thursday, 3/12 and 3/26, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
A book club designed for newly independent readers. Children should be in Grades 1 &2 and
able to read on their own. Each program includes a book discussion, snack, read-aloud, and an
activity related to the theme of the day. On the 12th, children should bring a Dr. Seuss book and
on the 26th, it is Readers’ Choice.
EAGER READERS: Monday, 3/9, 3/16, & 3/30, 2:30 - 3:30 pm at BES (no program 3/23)
This after-school book club for students in Grades 3 & 4 is pre-registered through Mrs. Brewster
and takes place in the library at Bow Elementary School. Maximum group size is 20 students.
Watch the parent portal for registration information.
iTUNES 101: Saturday, 3/7, 11:00 a.m.
Don't let iTunes get you down! Join us at the Library to learn more about this software, from
navigating the interface to making it work with OverDrive. Bring your own laptop to follow
along!
RALLY ‘ROUND THE FLAG: Monday, 3/9, 10 a.m. at the Bow High School Auditorium
A year-by-year musical look at the politics, personalities, and perspectives that remade a
nation in the Civil War era.
Audience members participate and sing along in an engaging, exploratory forum as we bring
new life to lyrics, documents, and visual images from primary sources. Through camp songs,
parlor music, hymns, battlefield rallying cries, and fiddle tunes, we examine the folksong as a
means to enact living history, share perspectives, influence public perceptions of events, and
simultaneously fuse and conserve cultures in times of change. This dynamic and engaging
session features instruments such as banjo, fiddle, dulcimer, accordion, whistle, and guitar, and
challenges participants to find new connections between song, art, and politics in American
history. Bow Heritage Commission will display area artifacts.
BOOK TALKS: Tuesday, 3/10 at 12:30 p.m. OR 6:30 p.m.
This month we’ll discuss The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey. Participants can also pick up The
Luminaries for our next discussion on 4/14.
BAKER FREE LIBRARY EVENT DESCRIPTIONS – March 2015
FOOD FOR THOUGHT COOKBOOK BOOK CLUB: Thursday, 3/12, 6:30 p.m.
Do you love browsing through cookbooks and trying new recipes? Do you enjoy sampling and
sharing new dishes? Join our newest book club Food For Thought. This month’s theme will be
Middle Eastern/Mediterranean cuisine. Registration is required to avoid duplication of recipes.
See desk staff for details or call Betsy at 224-7113.
TEEN ACTIVITIES GROUP (TAG) MEETING: Friday, 3/13, 5:45 p.m.
Teens aged 12-18 meet once a month to eat pizza and discuss books, media, and teen events at
the library. Interested in joining? Contact Molly at 224-7113 or email
JOB SEARCHES: Wednesday, 3/18 at 5:00 p.m.
NH Employment Security employee Ginger Dubois will talk about making your job application
stand out and offer insights on job-hunting. Call 224-7113 or email
[email protected] to register.
INSURGENT RELEASE PARTY: Saturday, 3/21, 1:00 p.m.
Celebrate the release of the INSURGENT movie by eating Dauntless chocolate cake, testing
your Erudite smarts through trivia, and more! Bring a canned good for the Abnegation food drive
if you can. Sign up by calling 224-7113 or emailing [email protected]
NERDFIGHTER GATHERING: Friday, 3/27, 5:00 p.m.
Crafts, videos, games, prizes, and pizza, including the chance to win a poster signed by John Green.
Let us know you’re coming by calling 224-7113 or emailing [email protected]
READING TO TEETONKA: Saturday, 3/28, 2:00 p.m.
Children aged 6-10 who are reading are invited to come and read to TeeTonka, a loveable golden
retriever! Bring a favorite book along or choose a book from our selection. There will be registration
for this program with 15 minute time slots available from 2:00-3:45 to insure that every child gets
their chance to meet TeeTonka. Sign up by calling the library at 224-7113 or emailing us at
[email protected]