New Traditions for Thanksgiving Sides at the Amherst Town Library
AMHERST – As we approach the holiday season, are you already starting to think about creating a memorable meal? Join Liz Barbour at the Amherst Town Library on Wednesday, November 20, 6:30-8:30PM for a discussion and cooking demonstration.
For many of us, preparing Thanksgiving dinner can be filled with anxiety. Join Chef Liz Barbour as she explores the many types of turkeys available, the various ways to prepare them, and how to create a menu that is easy and delicious. Following her discussion, Liz will demonstrate two of her favorite side dishes and offer samples for everyone.
Liz Barbour has been cooking professionally in the Boston area since 1992 and started The Creative Feast in 2004. Liz’s cooking demonstrations and recipes have been featured on New Hampshire Chronicle, Channel 9”s “Cook’s Corner,” and in various publications including New Hampshire Magazine. In 2017, Liz published her first cookbook, Beautifully Delicious: Cooking with Herbs & Edible Flowers.
Because of the perennial popularity of Liz Barbour’s programs, this event is limited to Amherst Town Library cardholders. If you are eligible for a card and don’t have one, visit the library to sign-up.
All adult programs offered at the Amherst Town Library are free and open to the public. However, registration is REQUIRED for each program due to space limitations. You can register for these events listed above by calling 673-2288 or by visiting our website at www.amherstlibrary.org and selecting the “Community Services” tab, then click on drop down “Sign-Up for Programs.”
“Shifting” by Daryl D. Johnson, Oil
Giving Thanks - Multi Artist Show at Amherst Town Library
“Gold” by Roxanne O’Brien, OilAMHERST – November is traditionally a time of year where people reflect upon what they are thankful for. For the month of November, the Friends of the Amherst Town Library has invited many artists to share their works that embody their sense of gratitude, what gives them a moment of thanks, or fills them with gratefulness. Starting November second come by the main floor of the library to browse paintings and photographs each with a little statement expressing the artist gratefulness and story behind the art until the end of the month. No registration is needed and the exhibit is open to the public.
“Who Has Who?” David McBee PhotoThe following artists have submitted one to two pieces for this months exhibit; Phil Bean, Nancy Christopher, David McBee, Roxanne O’Brien, Susan Beers, Daryl D. Johnson, Howard Muscott, Cynthia King, Deanna Carson, Sherrill Hannon, and Barbara Morse as of this posting. Check
https://www.amherstlibrary.org under Art On Display for the full list starting November 1.
Friends of the Amherst Town Library is looking for artists who are interested in future exhibits at the library. We are still looking for someone to exhibit January 2020 and the later half of 2020. For information on exhibiting at the Amherst Town Library please contact Sharron April at FOLartists@gmail.com or stop in at the library for an information sheet at the circulation desk.
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