Freshman Year for Free and Other More Affordable Options: a Program for Parents
Presented by Kathy Stoughton, M. Ed.
This program will provide an overview of some of the new choices including: Modern States, Edx, Arizona State, and Google. Kathy will describe the strengths and weaknesses of the new options and the skills needed to take advantage of the new choices. She will also give tips for avoiding a few common mistakes.
This program presents a brief history of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary, from its origins during the Progressive era of the early twentieth century, through its evolution to the most important step toward being elected President of the United States.
Based around segments from the documentary "The Premier Primary, New Hampshire and Presidential Elections" this program focuses on several memorable moments such as Senator Muskie crying in front of the Union Leader office, and who paid for Ronald Reagan's microphone.
This drop in event has something for everyone.
The Educational Farm at Joppa Hill will provide information about the farm's sheep and their fleece.
Library staff will demonstrate spinning, weaving, and rug braiding.
Plus, there will be learn to knit demos, crafts for kids, and cider and donuts!
Story time at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm
Learn to Knit at 11:30 am, 12:30 pm, or 1:00 pm