NEW HAMPSHIRE CEMETERIES AND GRAVESTONES
Wednesday, May 25th 7:00 PM
Rubbings, photographs, and slides illustrate the rich variety of gravestones to be found in our own neighborhoods, but they also tell long-forgotten stories of such historical events as the Great Awakening, the Throat Distemper epidemic, and the American Revolution. Find out more about these deeply personal works of art and the craftsmen who carved them with Glenn Knoblock, and learn how to read the stone “pages” that give insight into the vast genealogical book of New Hampshire.
This event is sponsored by the Kensington Historical Society and the Kensington Public Library.
It is made possible through a generous grant from New Hampshire Humanities Council
Wednesdays in February starting Feb. 3rd from 6:30-8:00PM
Would you like to learn to knit? We will be having fun, casual, “learn to knit” evenings for adults. Learn the basics and create your first project…a knitted cowl or scarf.
You can find all the information you need about what to bring for the first night right here.
If you already knit or crochet, you are also welcome to join us.
In 2020 the Kensington Public Library will celebrate is 125th year of providing its patrons with free access to information and materials. A committee has been formed to explore ways in which the Library can maintain its rural character in the town while serving the Kensington community’s needs . The link below explains the process.
Introduction to Strategic Plan
The Library follows SAU 16 in deciding when to close due to bad weather. If the schools are closed, the Library will also be closed. For a list of school closings visit www. WMUR.com.
The New Hampshire State Library contracts with vendors to provide access to a number of databases selected to meet the needs of New Hampshire’s libraries, schools, and citizens. These include: newspapers, magazines, academic journals, books reviews, health resources, business journals, ancestry databases, and much more. All databases are available, without charge, at the Kensington Public Library. Even better – most of these databases may be accessed directly from your home or office computer! Contact the library at email@example.com or call us for login information.