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Our March calendar has filled up: author visit, book club, and a trial of our new TV!
Trustees’ meeting
Monday, March 7, 3:30 to 5 pm
The Hebron Library Board of Trustees meets the first Mon- day of the month. Meetings are opento the public.
Friends of the Hebron Library meeting Wednesday, March 9, 3 pm
The Friends always welcome new members. Email us, he-, to express an interest in joining.
March 2022
 Library Happenings - March 2022
NEW: Show and Tell Saturday, March 12, 9amto12pm
Hebron residents have led full and interesting lives. Come tell us about them at our first Show and Tell. Bring an object and tell us its story. Connect to others and show off your treasures. You may make new friends and find new interests!
Drop in between 9 am to 12 pm. Hot cider provided by the Friends of the Hebron Library.
Book Club - The Hundred-Year- Old Man who Climbed Out the
Window and Disappeared Wednesday, March 16, 1to2ishpm
The Hundred-Year-Old Man who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared, by Jonas Jo- nasson, tells the adventures of Allan Karlsson who escapes his 100th birthday celebration and embarks on “a hilarious and en- tirely unexpected journey.” (Go-
We will meet on March 16, 1 to 2(ish) pm. The book club is open to readers who enjoy ex- ploring different genres and dis- cussing literature in an informal, friendly gathering. Please email the Hebron Library, hebronnhli-, if you would like to be included in the group. Print copies are available at the Hebron Library thanks to in- ter-library loan with other NH libraries.
The Sea Eagle, a Maine Audu- bon webinar
Wednesday, March 23, 2 to 3 pm
Thanks to the Friends of the Hebron Library, we now have a beautiful 55-inch TV. We would like to trial it out on Wednesday, 3/23, at 2 pm, with a showing of the Maine Audubon webinar, The Amazing Ongoing Saga of the Steller’s Sea Eagle.
The webinar discusses a rare sea eagle who has been sighted on Maine’s sea coast near Booth Bay Harbor. This eagle is special because it is actually native to Japan and Russia. There are only 4,000 Steller sea eagles left in the world, and this documentary fol- lows its sightings this winter.
Please join us at the annex to the Hebron library (the old tax collector’s office) to try out our
new TV, on Wednesday, 3/23, from 2 to 3 pm. We would also love to try transmitting via Zoom, so please let us know if you would be able to help us by connecting to the presentation virtually.
Author Visit by Paul Bagley
Saturday, March 26, 2 to 3 pm
Paul Bagley is a NH au- thor who wrote, Bartholomew Geeves: The Inn at Greystone Cottage.
The main character, Bar- tholomew Geeves, is a retired intelligence operative who now owns and manages a luxury hotel in the NH Lakes Region. When a hotel guest confides that he is being blackmailed, Geeves' background equips him to solve the mystery.
Mr. Bagley will be talking about his books and the writ- ing process on Saturday, 3-26, as a guest of the Friends of the Hebron Library. Join us for an interesting conversation at the Hebron Church Hall.
Knitters Group Mondays, 2 to 4 pm
Join the knitters on Mondays for craft and conversations. Don’t knit? That’s ok. Bring your cro- chet, needlepoint, scrapbooking, origami or any other crafty proj- ect. All skill levels are welcome.
Stop by the library on Mon- days and Wednesdays, 1 to 4 pm, or Saturdays, 9 am to 12 pm.
There’s always something going on, whether it’s catching up with friends, swapping book recommendations, learning a craft, or browsing our collection.
Please note the new email address for the library: hebronn- The old Metrocast email address will continue to appear on emailed library notices but we’ll be com-
pletely discontinuing it in 2022.
Keep up to date with the Hebron Library
Subscribe to our new digital newsletter! Find the form on our library website: www.hebronnhli- The newsletter comes out monthly and will include li- brary news, book recommenda- tions, and more.
Follow us on Facebook, face-, for up to the minute news about the library!
March Reading Recommenda- tions
Here is the month’s batch of recommendations from our star reviewer, Nancy Springer.
The Noise - James Patterson and J. D. Barker
The worst kind of threat is one you can’t see or understand. Patterson and Barker use this theme to create another thriller. Two sisters, Tennent, 16 and 8 year old Sophie, survive a mys- terious destructive phenomenon preceded by a sudden horrifying noise because their father locked them in an underground cellar. Everything and everyone in the surrounding area was completely destroyed. Entire populations have been disappearing, so the government and psychologist Martha Chan were brought in to figure out what was causing this horror and to examine the sisters, the only survivors of that area. Sophie suddenly starts act- ing strange and becomes violent as the story fills with twists and surprises.
Breathing Lessons : A Doctor’s Guide to Lung Health - Meilan K. Han, M.D.
Before COVID, most people paid little attention to one of our most vital organs. Dr. Han explains how our lungs work and the risks they face such as smoking, pollution and many environmental threats. She offers practical advice how to protect our lungs at each stage of our lives. Dr. Han emphasizes lung health and giving our lungs the attention they deserve.
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