Filmmakers who challenge the Hollywood System
Presenter: Patrick Anderson
Date/Time: Wed., September 28th, 7-8:30pm
This is a program that looks at contemporary film directors and screenwriters in the US whose originality, independence, and unconventional approaches to the medium have contributed to its change. Participants are encouraged to view and analyze a variety of film clips carefully and critically.
This event is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by the Gorham Senior & Adult program, GPL, and is made possible by a grant from New Hampshire Humanities.
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Historical Women of New England
Fall 2016 Program Series
White Mountains Community College
Fortier Library (Room 127)
Oct. 12: Sharon Wood: Sarah Jospepha Hale, A Living History Presentation
Oct. 19: Robin DeRosa: Witches, Pop Culture, and the Past, a Lecture
Oct. 26: Jo Radner: Stories of Strong Women in New England's History, a performance
November 2: Ingrid Graff: Country of the Pointed Firs by Sarah Orne Jewett, Book Discussion (books will be available at the College Oct. 12th)
All programs are on Wednesdays at 6pm and are free and open to the public.
This series is sponsored by White Mountains Community College, the Berlin Public Library, and the Gorham Public Library and is made possible with a grant from New Hamphshire Humanities. Please call 466-2525 for info.
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at the Library
Mondays: Art Classes with Will for children age 8-17
3-4:30pm, starting August 15 (please call 723-7672 to reserve your spot)
Fun with Legos for children of all ages
Who-Who is Reading?
Stories and activities for toddlers - Pre-K. Read 1,000
books before Kindergarten with your child!
STARTING ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH, 3-4:30:
Plug-in to the Library, our STEM-based activities program for grades 3-5: this is a six-week adventure in fun-based learning!
Special STEM Program for grades 6-8:
"Think It...Design It...3D Print It!
Adventures in 3D printing at GPL:
A six-week after-school STEM program for youth
Tuesdays, Sept. 13th – Oct. 18th, 3-4:30
Limited class size: sign-up required
Please call 466-2525 or inquire at the Circulation Desk
Check out our amazing telescope! It is a donation from the New Hampshire Astronomical Society, with funds from Astronomy Magazine. If you'd like to take it home for a week (yes, really!), just come on in!