Weeks Memorial Library: Adult Programs & Activities
Barbara Robarts, Library Director email 603-788-3352
Adult Programs & Activities
Weeks Memorial Library provides opportunities for adults to meet. Please check our calendar for the latest adult activities and programs.
Regular meetings and activities include:
-Genealogy Club: 2nd Monday of the month at 7pm. Meet other genealogy enthusiasts. Whether you are an expert or beginner, all are welcome. No meeting in February.
Monday, March 4 at 7pm
As part of our Travel Night Series: Herb Randall will share the beauty and culture of the European city.
-AARP Foundation Tax-Aide
Thursdays in February, March and April 4
Appointments Required- Call the library to schedule an appointment
Since 1968, AARP Foundation Tax-Aide has provided free tax help to over 78 million taxpayers, with a focus on older adults with low to moderate income. Tax-Aide volunteers are located nationwide, and are trained and IRS-certified every year to make sure they know about and understand the latest changes and additions to the tax code.
Tuesday, March 19 at 3:30pm
Tuesday, April 16 at 3:30pm
North Country Home Health & Hospice Agency presents Death Cafe. Death Cafe is a gently facilitated gathering providing a safe space for open, constructive conversations about death and dying.
Adult Learner Services (ALS)
FREE services include:
- GED Preparation
- Basics of reading, writing, and math
- English for Speakers of Other Languages
To get started call 603-752-1927 for an appointment to discuss your goals.
Solar Eclipse-Science, Safety and Myths
Wednesday, March 13
Dr. Art Hammon, retired New Hampshire and NASA science educator, will present this exciting program, in anticipation of the ultimate event in “daytime astronomy” is happening soon. A total Solar eclipse of the Sun will occur April 8, 2024 at 3:29 PM in Northern New Hampshire when the Moon will pass between the Earth and Sun to create a midday darkness… a once-in-a-century-event. Whether clear or cloudy, the sky above the North Country will suddenly resemble nighttime. A presentation using balloons, lights and videos will include answers to your questions about the astronomy, history, myths, superstitions and eye safety protection for enjoying this solar event. Dr. Art Hammon, is a retired New Hampshire and NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory science educator, a former teacher of chemistry, physics and astronomy at WMRHS, White Mountains Community College, Profile and Whitefield Schools as well as working two decades with NASA in California. A free pair of Solar-eclipse safety glasses will be given to each attendee.
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