Landscapes: Lyme and Tuscany, a Friends of Lyme Library Art Show by Greg Gorman, continues to December 29, 2017.
“In my travels, I have noticed very strong similarities in how we all, in diverse places, arrange our landscapes. The rural landscape provides several pleasures for me. I am fascinated by the way humans shape it to suit their needs, often creating an unintentional geometry with arrangements of fields, walls, trees and structures. One of my favorite times is at haying, with lines of cut grass drawing a contour of a field, or scattered bales of hay awaiting their pick-up. This exhibit celebrates the similarities and contrasts between rural Lyme and Tuscany.” -Greg Gorman
10% of any sales will be donated to the Friends of Lyme Library.
Mondays, 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.
Library Meeting Room (downstairs)
10 sessions beginning September 25 (excluding Ocober 9)
Hosted by Matthew Greenway of Lyme, sessions will usually
start with strategy discussion and tactics, followed by plenty of
Many thanks to Fritz Wetherbee and NH Chronicle for a wonderful presentation of the history of Lyme's many libraries over the past 220 years and a little plug for its current institution, Converse Free Library. Come visit us again soon!
Click on the photo of Fritz to see the episode of "I'll Tell You the Story" broadcast on June 27, 2017.
This is a drop-in time with librarian Judy Russell for you to come with your tech questions. We can make sure you are set up properly to take advantage of all the library has to offer, or help you get up and running with your email program, social media, and the like. If we can’t help you, we’ll find an answer or point you in the direction of finding it yourself. Tuesdays,1:30-3 p.m. Check the calendar to confirm dates.
PLEASE COME WITH YOUR DEVICE(S) AND ALL NECESSARY PASSWORDS!