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Conway, NH 03818




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Fri 9 am-5 pm

Sat 9 am-1 pm

Henney History Hours

Mon-Thurs 9-2 pm

Wed 3-8 pm

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Coming up in April 2024

Monthly Celebration

Happy Earth Day, April 22nd

In the Spirit of Earth Day,

we are looking to our community to come and help Clean The Park -

to get it ready for Spring! Any help is very much appreciated. Please don't forget your work gloves.

Saturday, April 20th

from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.

Ask for Glynis.

Clean the park page

Noteworthy, Early April Programs

Psychic Gallery Reading

Spring Psychic

Gallery Reading

Sara Moore

Tuesday, April 2nd

at 6:00 pm

A group reading, also known as a gallery-style reading, is where a psychic medium works with a whole group of souls that come together to receive intuitive messages, healing, and transformation.

The Friends of the Conway Public Library is kindly sponsoring this event. This program is part of the Friends of the Library Program Series.

Mark your Calendar for these Two Events!

Dedication of GAR Flag Ceremony

You're Invited!

Friday, April 12th @ 4:00 pm

Great Hall on the main floor of the Library.

April Program: Event Page

Local History of

the GAR Flag

coming in May!

In May there will be a local history program on the flag, and how it has been in the care of the Conway Public Library for 100 years by the

Library's Curator Bob Cottrell.

May Program: Event Page

Two Local Authors this Month!

Ghosts of Mount Washington

April 23rd @ 5:30 pm in the Ham Room

*Special Guest may be present*

Author Marianne O'Connor who wrote, "Haunted Hikes in NH", will be giving a talk on some of the memorials found on Mount Washington. Each memorial is a sad tale of tremendous loss. Marianne will share some stories about the mysterious activity surrounding the memorials that some believe have a spiritual energy, possibly related to the many souls who lost their lives on the mountain.

Ghosts of Mt. Washington Page

CPL's Book Club

April 15th @ 4 pm

On the third Monday of the month, the CPL's Book Group will be having a special event! Author DonnaRae Menard will be coming to discuss her book with the group and will personalize copies of her book.

Come and support our local author. She will have books for purchase and is eager for the discussion on her book,

Murder in the Meadow

For more info go to the Book Group Page

Click on the photo below to go to

DonnaRae's website.

Take a look at these Teen Programs

Pen to Paper

Tuesday, April 9th

4:oo pm to 5:00 pm in the Periodical Room

Limited Space available. If interested please sign up for the event. A sign-up form is at the reference desk on the main floor of the Library.

This is a fun exercise that uses the mind while sharing in an open environment. This core writing group can help you to develop skills for writing novels, fanfic, creating unique plots for D&D gameplay, and much more.

For more info email Tessa at 


Maker Madness

Meetings are held on the

last Wednesday of each month, at

4:00 pm in the Ham Room.

April 24th

Maker Madness is for kids over age 5 & teens to drop in and create! There will be a variety of STEAM activities to choose from.

LEGOs and other building materials will always be available, in addition to arts and crafts activities, simple food preparations, and more!

Kids under age 10 must be accompanied by an adult.

For more info go to the

Maker Madness Page

Monthly Meetups During the Month of April

AARP Course

April 5th @ 10:30 am

AARP Courses will be held on the

1st Friday of each month in the Ham Room.

April's course is HomeFit. 

Do you want to remain in your home as you age? Learn what smart and cost-effective solutions and modifications may be needed to ensure you can stay safely and happily in the home you love as long as you choose.

Click here for the Course List

Poetry Group

April 4th @ 4 pm

The Poetry Group will meet every 1st Thursday of the month in the Periodical Room from 4:00-5:30 pm. The Writer/Poetry Group, where fellow lovers of poetry are encouraged to come to write & read their poetry or recite poems from their favorite authors. April's theme is the Zodiac signs: Fire (Aries) and Earth (Taurus) Have you ever felt fire and passion about something or someone? What grounds you, roots you to the earth?

For more info go to the

Poetry Group Page

Monthly Library Staff Meetings

April 26th

On the last Friday of each month, the Library will open

at 10:30 am

due to a staff meeting.

Thank you for your patience.

The Knitting Guild

April 1st

On the 1st Monday of the month from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm,

The Knitting Guild will meet in the Ham Room.

Bring in your current project and members will share their tips & tricks to get the job done.

All are welcome to join.

On Going Meetups for this Month

Opening Minds Through Art

Mondays, April 1st to May 13th

Excluding April 15th

from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

What if individuals with memory loss were valued for their artistry and imagination instead of being marginalized due to lost memories and skills?

To register a loved one experiencing memory changes for this free program: Kristen.Bruni@mainehealth.org or call Kristen @ 207-661-7556

Warhammer Alliance

Meetings are held on the 

2nd Thursday & last Wednesday 

of each month from 5:00-7:00 pm

in the Periodical Room.

April 11th & 24th

Warhammer is more than a game – it’s a hobby and has something for everyone. Whether they like assembling stunning collections, building intricate models, or showing off their creativity through painting, it’s all here!

All experience and interest levels are welcome!

For more info go to the

Warhammer Alliance Page

Weekly Fun Events for April!

Join our weekly VEX Robotics and 3D Printing club! On Thursdays starting at 4:00 pm in the Ham Room.

On Tuesdays, at 10:30 am

Tiny Tots Storytime will

meet in the Ham Room.

On Wednesdays, at 10:30 am

Wednesday Wonders Storytime will meet in the Ham Room.

Mark your Calendars for these Popular Events

Pajama Storytime

Monday, April 1st

6:00 pm in the Children's Room


Children of all ages and their caregivers are invited to snuggle into the Ham Room to enjoy soothing stories and songs with Tessa. All are welcome.


Wednesday, April 24th

10:30 am in the Library's Parking Lot

All are invited to the Library's parking lot where children may explore the Town of Conway's heavy equipment! 

Come & safely explore town trucks brought to you by the friendly

Town of Conway Crew!

Don't forget your phones or cameras for taking adorable photos. All children under the age of 10 must be accompanied

by an adult.

*Rain Day ~ Thursday April 25th

Once Upon A Story Hour

Thursday April 25th

4:30 pm in the Children's Room


Come and join Once Upon A Story Hour on the last Thursday of the month starting at 4:30 pm in the Children's Room. Each visit will have different stories and activities. All are welcome! Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.

April’s special guest will be Madame Foster with Frankie and their Imaginary Friends. This special visit will have stories & fun activities about imagination.

We Need your Help - Library Park Project

Library Park Project

The Library was recently awarded a $340,000 reimbursement grant from the Northern Borders Regional

 Commission (NBRC).

The Library is pursuing other grants and private donations to cover the remaining cost.

Click the link to find out more: 


Please consider donating to the Friends of the Conway Public Library in support of the Library Park Project today!

(Please designate that the donation

being made is in support of the

Library Park Project.)

We Need your Help - Volunteers Needed

What we are looking for:

Lover of the outdoors, to give about an hour or two each week to help keep the community park looking amazing & seasonal ground-keeping duties.

What is needed:

  • Park Maintenance
  • Spring Clean Up
  • Raking, Sweeping & Pick-up

If you are interested in groundkeeper's work - please inquire with Glynis for more information!

What we are looking for:

Lover of history, to give about an hour or two each week to help keep the library organized & complete odd jobs to help the library staff.

What is needed:

  • Filing & Sorting Materials
  • Cataloging & Indexing Files
  • Researching Patrons Questions

If you are interested in archive work - please inquire with Bob for more information!

t What we are looking for:

Lover of books, to give about an hour or two each week to help keep the library organized & complete odd jobs to help the library staff.

What is needed:

  • Book Shelving & Shelf Reading
  • Dusting & Picking up Areas
  • Fronting & Straightening Shelves

If you are interested - please inquire with Tessa for more information!

“ Immerse Yourself in the World of Art ”

Open Art Gallery

Friday, April 5th at

3:00 pm in the Ham Room.

Open House Page

April Art Exhibit

The Art Exhibit will be up for all of April.

This art exhibit encompasses all four seasons, by local artist Kyra Murphy who has been working on trying to capture the beauty of the mountains throughout the year!

The artwork is mostly oil pastel drawings and acrylic paintings on canvas of landscapes of the area done in the style of plein air. Plein air painting is about leaving the four walls of your studio behind & experiencing painting and drawing in the landscape.

Kyra Murphy's Open House will explore how she has created these pieces & share her passion for capturing the beauty of New Hampshire in all stages of life.

Friends of the Library Program Series

This year the Friends of the Library have kindly sponsored amazing programs in their Program Series!

Thanks to their generosity we can bring the community wonderful programs that we might not have been able to do otherwise.

The Friends of the Conway Public Library is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All of the proceeds from the fundraising efforts of the Friends support the Conway Public Library. Consider donating today!

Click here to learn more

Some Spotlights at the Library!

News Worthy!!

Did you know, the Wall Street Journal is FREE with your Conway Public Library card? To activate your access code, you’ll first need to log in or register through the Wall Street Journal website. Your access will automatically expire after 72 hours. At the conclusion of the 3 days, simply log in below as an existing user with the credentials you created. No credit card is required to redeem your code.

Get access on the Conway Public Library’s website, under Online Library drop-down tab, or look below for the easy access button at bottom of this Please check out the other

databases we offer newsletter.

Databases To Explore:

The Reporter newspaper was established by Charles H. Blanchard. The first issue was dated 6/7/1883, and the last edition was published on 11/26/1992.

The Conway Public Library has digitized 24 reels of microfilm from 3/14/1895 to 12/30/1943.

An additional 46 reels still need to be digitized before the full run of The Reporter can be made available online. 

If you are interested in sponsoring the digitization of one reel of film (or more), contact our history curator,

Bob Cottrell at 


Please check out the other

databases we offer.

Download E-Books & Audio Books
NY Times Free Access
Search Library's Catalog
Wall Street Journal Free Access
Search the North Conway Reporter
Kanopy Free Video Streaming

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Conway, NH 03818





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