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Azzi has been a Nieman Fellow in Journalism at Harvard University, a member of the Leadership Council of the Harvard Divinity School, an advisor to Tufts University’s Fletcher School committee on Islam and South-West Asia, and is a board member of ACLU-NH.
There will be several OLLI adult education classes held here at the library this fall, beginning with “Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things,” with Peg Fargo.
Save the date of Monday, September 23, for the annual Author Luncheon, sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
The featured author is Diane Les Becquets, author of the young adult novel “Season of Ice,” and in adult fiction, “Breaking Wild,” and her latest novel, “The Last Woman in the Forest,” published in 2019.
Each received a gift certificate to Bayswater Books in Center Harbor, and a gift bag with books and other goodies.
Those who completed “1000 Books Before Kindergarten” were Cole Stokes, Peyton Mc Laughlin, Lucas Buy, and Mackenzie Davis, who each received a 1000 Books tote bag of school supplies and books to take with them on the first day of school.
On Thursday, September 26, there will be a discussion of “Babbitt,” by Sinclair Lewis, the first American to win the Nobel Prize in literature for his work, and in particular for “Babbitt.” Extra copies available so that everyone interested may read prior to the discussion.
New Books This week’s new book acquisitions are “The Bitterroots,” by C. Box in mystery, and in fiction, “A Dangerous Man,” by Robert Crais, and “The Most Fun We Ever Had,” by Claire Lombardo.
Ancestry Library Edition is available for genealogy research in the library, and Duolingo, a free language learning app, is available through a link on the library website under the “Learning” tab. Look for the network on your device and enjoy our signal, available 24/7, during library hours and also from the parking lot when the library is not open.
Maude Hood in 1893 was the first female Century Rider and Nellie Brown, a biracial woman from Dover, was called the "Queen of Song" in 1924. Fee for OLLI members: .00, fee for non-members is .00.
Visit the OLLI website at ooli.or call 539-1377 to join OLLI.
Have you ever heard of Margaret Knight, Harriet Dame, Maude Hood or Nellie Brown?
These women of NH dared to challenge the norms expected of women at the time.