Materials from the Citizen Town Hall of March 22

Many thanks to the nearly 50 people who were able to attend the session with Dan Vallone from Reaching Higher New Hampshire.

Linked here are the three documents Dan wanted to share with all who are interested. Additional materials are available at the library. Also, you may click on the image to the left to visit the RHNH website to follow their legislative tracker and more.

The March 22, 2017, Education Legislative Update

The RHNH Education Funding Webinar

The RHNH Community Briefing: State House 101

CURRENT TOPICS IN IMMIGRATION

CURRENT TOPICS IN IMMIGRATION: Where Are We Nationally and Locally? 

PLEASE NOTE NEW DATE: Wednesday, April 26, 7 p.m.

Kate Semple Barta, director and attorney for the Welcoming All Nationalities Network of the Upper Valley, will speak to the current state of policy and practice in immigration.  She will discuss national and local aspects of immigration, sharing what she has learned from providing humanitarian legal assistance in the Upper Valley for 3 years. She lives in Lyme with her family.

Art Show: Gillian Tyler

Portrait: Melanie Adams

Portrait: Melanie Adams

Betty Grant Gallery, Converse Free Library

Gillian Tyler reflects in her art a warm, generous personality.   As a student of Leonard Baskin, and a Smith College graduate, she initially specialized in wood engravings.  After further studies in Brooklyn and a Fulbright Fellowship in Germany, she moved to the Upper Valley where she concentrated on illustrating and hand-printing limited edition books.  Watercolor then became her gentle passion; maritime scenes, “the hunt”, farm animals, and portraiture became her wide-ranging specialty.  Currently working in oil-on-canvas in a studio on Lake Fairlee, she focuses on lake and Middlebrook scenes and the occasional hot-air balloon.

Her current exhibit is a joyous retrospective of more than a half-century’s work.

The show will be on display in the Betty Grant Art Gallery from January 4 to March 31, 2017 during regular library hours.