Film Screening- The Woman King, Thursday April 27April 27, 2023
The Woman King
2022. Rated PG-13. 135 Minutes.
A historical epic inspired by true events that took place in The Kingdom of Dahomey, one of the most powerful states of Africa in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Shakespeare Discussion Group: Much Ado About Nothing, Tuesday April 25April 25, 2023
How now good friends? Dost thou seek a monthly passtime to broaden the mind and entice the senses? Look no further than Shakespearean Discussion Group! Enjoy the selected play of the month in the way ‘twas presented: to the masses!
We Craft: Drop in Crafting, Friday April 21April 21, 2023
We craft, ewe craft, we all craft together! Join library staff Nicole and Michaela in the Levenson Room on the third Friday of the month for a relaxing end-of-week drop-in craft time. Seek help on a crafting hurdle, get advice on a tricky mending project, or share your expertise with fellow local crafters.
Sustainability Fair, Friday April 21 @ The Connie Bean CenterApril 21, 2023
Join the Portsmouth Public Library and over 30 local organizations committed to combatting climate change at the Portsmouth Sustainability Fair! This event will be held at the Connie Bean Recreation Center located behind the library on Friday, April 21 from 4-7 PM.
The US and the Holocaust Film & Discussion Series, Wednesdays April 19-May 24April 19, 2023
The Portsmouth Public Library in collaboration with NH PBS and The Cohen Center will be hosting a film screening and discussion series of this acclaimed and powerful documentary. This series of programs will run for six consecutive weeks, Wednesday, April 19 through May 24 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM.
Drop In Device Help, Tuesday April 18April 18, 2023
How do I listen to an audiobook using Libby or Hoopla? Can I send a picture with a text? How do I pair Bluetooth headphones? What are apps?!
Get one-on-one help with these questions and more during our drop in device help time at the library. From library digital services to Microsoft and Macs, all questions are welcome!
Genealogy Workshop: Research Huddle, Sunday April 16April 16, 2023
Join us at the library in the Special Collections Room and be part of our Research Huddle! In sports, a huddle is when the players gather in a circle to strategize, motivate, or celebrate. We think genealogists should do the same!
Film Screening- A Man Called Otto, Thursday April 13April 13, 2023
A Man Called Otto.
2022. Rated PG-13. 126 minutes.
Otto is a grump who's given up on life following the loss of his wife and wants to end it all. When a young family moves in nearby, he meets his match in quick-witted Marisol, leading to a friendship that will turn his world around.
Introduction to Zentangle, Wednesday April 12April 12, 2023
Discover the relaxing, no-mistakes art of Zentangle at a free two-hour class! Local certified Zentangle instructor Valeria Rienzi unites meditation and creative expression through deceptively simple line drawing to create small paper tiles of art.
Fiction Book Club: Our Darkest Night, Monday April 10April 10, 2023
On Monday, April 14 join us to discuss Our Darkest Night by Jennifer Robson.