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The Whale: A Love Story by Mark Beauregard
Recommended by Lynn Piotrowicz
7/19/2016
  I AM HAVING A WHALE OF A GOOD TIME!  Brilliantly composed, beautifully depicted, and boisterously rambunctious, this book captures the reader with its prose and delicious imagery.  Writing in the style of Melville and Hawthorne, Beauregard transports us to another place and time with such resounding success.   READ MORE
 

Upcoming Events

Sep
13
Tue
7:00 pm September Trustees’ Meeting
September Trustees’ Meeting
Sep 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
September Trustees' Meeting
Meeting announcement & agenda will be posted here September 2, 2016.
Sep
25
Sun
2:00 pm SIMON BROOKS: FAMILY STORY TIME ...
SIMON BROOKS: FAMILY STORY TIME ...
Sep 25 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
SIMON BROOKS: FAMILY STORY TIME ON SUNDAY!
Hear folk and faerie tales told by award-winning British storyteller, Simon Brooks. Audience members lulled into the stories by Simon find themselves on imaginary voyages, shaking from laughter, or deep in thought, and wonder how so many memorable characters and voices came out of one man.  
Oct
2
Sun
2:00 pm DENISE GETTS: Telling Your Tale:...
DENISE GETTS: Telling Your Tale:...
Oct 2 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
DENISE GETTS: Telling Your Tale: apps for sharing your adventures
Have an adventure you want to share easily? Do you want to experience what your loved ones are doing using simple apps? Denise Getts, Librarian at the Tucker Free and avid hiker, will get you going on your smart phone or tablet.  You will be posting your best adventures within minutes while Denise shows how she shared her adventures climbing
Oct
30
Sun
2:00 pm PRESTON HELLER: The Mentalist – ...
PRESTON HELLER: The Mentalist – ...
Oct 30 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
PRESTON HELLER: The Mentalist - Well Guarded Secrets
Enhanced psychic abilities, predictions, telekinesis, sixth sense, telepathy and even the occasional inexplicable  physical illusion – this is what is on display at the Tucker Free Library! Please remember – not even your most “Well Guarded Secrets” are safe.  While the show is spiced with a lot of sophisticated humor, it is 100% family friendly (recommended for ages 12 and up). READ
Nov
13
Sun
2:00 pm DAN SZCZESNY: Mosquito Rain, A S...
DAN SZCZESNY: Mosquito Rain, A S...
Nov 13 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
DAN SZCZESNY: Mosquito Rain, A Story of Discovery in Alaska
NH author Dan Szczesny presents his new book Mosquito Rain, A Story of Discovery in Alaska. Dan’s newest book is an illustrated travelogue of his and his wife’s journey to discover the true meaning of the Last Frontier. READ MORE  
Dec
4
Sun
2:00 pm STEVE BLUNT: FAMILY STORY TIME O...
STEVE BLUNT: FAMILY STORY TIME O...
Dec 4 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
STEVE BLUNT: FAMILY STORY TIME ON SUNDAY!
Winter solstice songs and stories.  
Feb
12
Sun
2:00 pm JOSÉ LECANZO: The Guitar in Lat...
JOSÉ LECANZO: The Guitar in Lat...
Feb 12 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
JOSÉ LECANZO:  The Guitar in Latin America: Continuities, Changes and Bicultural Strumming
Cuban-born guitarist, composer, educator, and folklorist Jose Manuel Lezcano has captivated audiences on four continents. His programs of traditional and South American guitar repertory, and his own solo, concerto, and chamber works, have taken him from Carnegie Recital Hall in New York City to major venues and festivals in the US, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Brazil, China, Spain, Greece, Germany, and
Mar
5
Sun
2:00 pm ED WEBSTER: The Unsolved Mt. Eve...
ED WEBSTER: The Unsolved Mt. Eve...
Mar 5 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
ED WEBSTER: The Unsolved Mt. Everest Mystery of Mallory & Irvine
DID HILLARY OR MALLORY SUMMIT MOUNT EVEREST FIRST? The enigmatic events surrounding the 1924 deaths of two British mountaineers on Mt. Everest is, to this day, the Greatest Unsolved Mystery in mountaineering history. Now Everest climber, New England mountaineer, and climbing historian Ed Webster tells us, using all the latest evidence, WHAT, in fact, probably HAPPENED! READ MORE  
Mar
26
Sun
2:00 pm ADAM BOYCE: Old Time Rules Will ...
ADAM BOYCE: Old Time Rules Will ...
Mar 26 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
ADAM BOYCE: Old Time Rules Will Prevail: The Fiddle Contest in New Hampshire and New England
Fiddle contests evolved from endurance marathons to playing a set number of tunes judged by certain specific criteria.  Whether large or small, fiddle contests tried to show who was the “best,” as well as preserve old-time fiddling and raise money for local organizations.  In recent years, the fiddle contest has declined significantly in New England due to cultural changes and
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