Fiske Free Library

108 Broad Street
Claremont, New Hampshire



Fall Programs

Don't miss these great Fall programs!

Pumpkin Painting

Wednesday, October 20th at 4 pm

Back by popular demand- Once again we will be painting Halloween pumpkins in the Sarah Gilmore Room of the library. Pumpkins and paint will be provided.

Go Batty! With Jerry Schneider

Tuesday, October 26th at 4 pm

nature programs for the past ten years throughout the Northeast, the Midwest, and along the Atlantic Seaboard. This program introduces audiences to local and tropical bats. Via slides and taped bat calls, the audience moves beyond old stereotypes to understand the vital role of bats, which help control pesky insects, pollinate night blooming flowers, and are valuable dispersers of seeds. Audiences learn about bats in our attics, building bat houses, vampire bats, migration and hibernation. The program concludes with the children creating their own bat tee shirt to bring home.

Winged Hussars of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1576-1696

Tuesday, October 26th at 7 pm

Eryk Jadaszewski, Dublin, New Hampshire will tell the story of the legendary Polish knights who navigated throughout Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries. He will speak about life in a democratically elected kingdom in Europe, freedom of religion in an era of religious wars, and the history of Polish culture in New Hampshire. Handcrafted replicas of colorful winged hussar armor will be displayed.

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