Concord Libraries are a hub of activity for adults and teens alike, with a diverse array of events and activities to suit a wide range of interests. Whether you’re a book lover looking for author talks and literary discussions, there’s something for everyone at the library.
In this blog post, we’ll be showcasing some of the top adult/teen events at Concord Libraries, from engaging workshops to fun social events that are sure to liven up your calendar. So, whether you’re new to the area or a long-time resident, read on to discover the must-attend events at our local libraries.
Tech Tuesdays – Every Tuesday
Stop by on Tuesdays to learn about eBooks, downloadables, library databases, and other questions you may have. Additionally, you can get assistance from one of our friendly librarians. From 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM at the Concord Public Library – Penacook Branch (3 Merrimack Street Penacook, NH –03303).
Web Wednesdays – Every Wednesday
Stop by on Wednesdays to learn about eBooks, downloadables, library databases, and other questions you may have. Additionally, you can bring your own device or borrow one of our Chromebooks. From 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM at The Heights Branch Library (14 Canterbury Rd Concord, NH 03301).
3D Diamond Painting – Wednesday, April 12th
Melt away stress while creating your own gorgeous diamond painting masterpiece. You will be instructed with one of the colors in your painting and then you will take it home for completion. This class is for adults only. From 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM at Concord Library – Auditorium (45 Green Street Concord, NH 03301).
Please register for only one date. Register online here.
Beat the Librarians Trivia Night – Thursday, April 13th
The trivia challenge is back! Join us at Lithermans Limited in Concord to test your trivia skills, and compete against a group of librarians made up of staff from the Baker Free Library and Concord Public Library. Specifically, bookish trivia will appear alongside questions about science, sports, pop culture, and more. Prizes will be awarded to the winning team. From 6:00 PM-7:30 PM.
Cartoon History – Wednesday, April 19th
From the 1920s to the 1960s, adult American theatergoers could anticipate a cartoon before each feature film. From Mickey Mouse to Donald Duck, Popeye, Betty Boop, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tom and Jerry, Mighty Mouse, Casper the Friendly Ghost, and Mr. Magoo, the beloved cartoon “stars” were every bit as memorable as the Hollywood actors who shared the marquee.
Margo Burns offers an introduction to the people and studios that made these films and the changing technology, aesthetics, music, politics, and economics behind them. Moreover, she will be showing stills, characters, and clips from many of these beautifully hand-drawn films. From 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM.
Please register online to attend this event.
Resilient Raptor Webinar Series: Securing the Bald Eagle’s Continued Recovery – Tuesday, April 25, 2023
This five-part interactive program is designed to engage, excite, and invite attendees into the diverse and fascinating world of birds of prey. Specifically, we will be discussing the traits, behaviors, and lifestyles of NH’s only year-round resident eagle. From 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM.
NH Ukeladies Concert – Thursday, April 27th
The New Hampshire Ukeladies return to give a concert for the Concord Public Library. Additionally, this fun group of ukulele-playing ladies will delight you with their versions of standards and hits. Come to the islands for a night! Encourage tropical prints. From 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
This popular event has limited space and takes place at the Heights Community Center on Canterbury Road Registration is required.- Sign up now.
Concord Libraries offer a wealth of engaging events and activities for adults and teens. In fact, this makes it a fantastic destination for anyone looking to learn, explore, or connect with like-minded individuals. Whether you’re interested in technology, art, literature, or gaming, you’re sure to find an event that sparks your curiosity and ignites your passions.
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