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  1. Toddler Time

    September 13, 2023, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    Selig Storytime Room

    Toddler Time is a fun-filled hour geared toward newborns and toddlers. We'll sing songs, move our bodies, read stories, and do a craft each week! Younger or older siblings are always welcome. Join us in the Selig Storytime Room.

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  2. Mystery Book Club: “Lavender House” by Lev AC Rosen

    September 13, 2023, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Laconia Rotary Hall (Auditorium)

    Join us for a discussion of "Lavender House" by Lev AC Rosen. - In 1952 San Francisco, the fabulously wealthy and mysterious Lamontaines, are all queer and live a safe but secluded life thanks to their fortune. PI Evander Mills, who was recently fired from the local police force after getting caught at a gay bar during a raid, has been hired to uncover who killed the Lamontaine matriarch. He’ll have to resist the lure of the family’s glamour and relative freedom to figure out which of them is the murderer. Sign-up for the book club is required, copies of the book are available at the Library. Call: (603) 524-4775 or Email: to register; held in the Laconia Rotary Hall Auditorium.

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  3. New Hampshire War Monuments

    September 13, 2023, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    Laconia Rotary Hall (Auditorium)

    A heartbroken Danish sculptor gives a gift without measure to the town where his late wife enjoyed summers. A daughter pays tribute to her father, killed in the War Between the States. A father’s mourning for his son lost at sea in the Second World War, becomes a symbol of hope for all of New Hampshire. Join us to hear these stories and more, as Kathleen D. Bailey and Sheila R. Bailey explore war monuments throughout our state. From the border with Canada to the border with Massachusetts, we’ll look at the way the Granite State honors those who made the supreme sacrifice. Kathleen Bailey is a native of Concord and has spent 35 years in journalism, with bylines from the Union Leader, Exeter News-Letter, Nutfield News, and Londonderry Times. She is the author of several historical fiction titles with Pelican/White Rose Publishing. Sheila Bailey is a freelance photographer living in Concord. No sign-up is required.

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