Black Cap Grille in North Conway has generously offered to donate 10% of each participating dining party’s check on Thursday, October 26 to One Book One Valley. Serving begins at 5:00 pm, and reservations are not accepted.
If you aren’t planning on dining out, but wish to contribute to this program, donations will be gratefully accepted by the Friends of Conway Public Library, the not-for-profit 501(c)3 fiscal agent for One Book One Valley.
In partnership with Girl Scout Troop 10615 and the Visiting Nurse Home Care and Hospice of Carroll County and Western Maine, Conway Public Library will hold a “Building Bridges through Stories” program on Thursday, October 19 at 6:00 pm. Girl Scouts will share stories gathered through interviews with three carefully selected local seniors that have made significant positive impacts on society. All are welcome to attend. Refreshments provided.
In keeping with the theme of the book, “The One in a Million Boy”, by Monica Wood, Girl Scouts will work in partners of two asking a series of questions to interviewees John Felber, Carol Westervelt, and Bill Aughton. Interviews will last twenty minutes each. Following this, there will be a group discussion regarding stereotypes about young and old people, the core qualities of friends, how intergenerational relationships can be fostered with people who are not our family members, and more. This program will serve as a fun learning experience for youth serving our community while honoring seniors and their vast experiences.