A series of programs for seniors and those who love them, Thursdays this fall at the library
September 29, 5-6:30 p.m. Preparing Your Home: Preventing Falls and Fires, with Mary MacCaffrie, M.Ed., Public Education Administrator at the Office of the State Fire Marshall
October 13, 5-6:30 p.m. Managing Your Medical Care: What to Do Between Doctor’s Visits, with Ellen Thompson, RN, Lyme Parish Nurse; Julie Davis, MD; and Liz Bradley, MD
October 27, 12:30-2 p.m. Clarifying Memory Basics, with Nichole Von Dette of the Alzheimer’s Association of New Hampshire
November 10, 5-6:30 p.m. Ensuring Safety and Security, with Chief Shaun O’Keefe, Lyme Police Department; Tim Caldwell, Esq.; and Greg Cook, MSW
Registration is strongly encouraged. Please call the library at 795-4622 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-sponsored by the Aging in Place Education Committee of CommunityCare of Lyme and the library.
October 3 to December 23, 2016
Reception: Wednesday, October 12, 5:30-7 p.m.
As a filmmaker working for the United Nations, Paul Klee was able to travel to many distant and often off-beat places in the world. When he had free time, he turned his camera lens towards both people and landscapes. Since then he has continued to focus his camera on subjects in nearby and faraway places. The wide-ranging photos in this exhibition represent a photographic journey spanning more than 50 years.
Join Dan Hopkins of GrassTrack Safaris as he shares stories from his adventures in Botswana. Dan has traveled extensively throughout Africa and currently organizes and leads safaris to this fascinating continent. You’ll embark on a virtual safari into the remote African bush. Experience the wildlife and landscapes of this spectacular country. Learn about the abundant game, its natural history, and important conservation efforts to preserve the wildlife and wild places of Africa.
Tuesday, October 4, 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
Sponsored by the Friends of Lyme Library
Now showing, through June 30, 2016
Trees, by Barbara Newton
My collages, or papier collé, are meant to evoke the environment as I experience it in various settings. The out-of-doors provides my visual and emotional stimulation. From this I compose images of color, shape and texture. The result can be lyrical, abstract or representational. The papers are handmade primarily and come from this country, Japan, and other cultures. -Barbara Newton
Barbara holds degrees in fine art and fine arts education. Her work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibits in New York, Massachusetts, Georgia, Vermont and New Hampshire and is included in lots of private collections. She lives in Lyme.