ATKINSON — Storyteller Sally Mummey will bring Mary Todd Lincoln to life in a Living History Program at Kimball Library on Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, Feb. 12, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Raised in a slave-holding family, Mary Todd Lincoln evolved into an advocate for abolition. She spoke her mind openly in an era when a woman’s success in life was measured by marriage and motherhood.
Against her family’s wishes, she married the man she loved and partnered with him to achieve their goal of becoming president and first lady.
Mummey as Mary Lincoln shares stories of their life and love, triumphs and challenges, and life in the White House during the tumultuous years of the Civil War. Mummey is an award-winning member of the Association of Lincoln Presenters.
This program is sponsored by the New Hampshire Humanities Council’s Humanities to Go grant and the Friends of the Kimball Library. Refreshments will be served.
The library is at 5 Academy Ave.
Employee recruitment event Thursday
HAVERHILL — The ValleyWorks Career Center will hold a multi-employer recruitment event for job seekers on Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon in the Hartleb Technology Center on the Haverhill campus of Northern Essex Community College, 100 Elliott St.
Participating employers include Bradford Bigelow, Comcast, Dish Network, Scott’s Lawn Service and Verizon Fios.
The jobs these employers are recruiting for include customer service reps, prepress operators, bindery cutter operators and helpers, business account executives, direct sales reps, customer account executives/inside sales, telesales reps, satellite TV installers/technicians, remote technician installers, office technicians, sales representatives and sales professionals.
More employers and jobs may be added before the date of the event. All job seekers are welcome and veterans are strongly encouraged to attend this event. Please bring copies of your resume and dress for success as first impressions matter. More information is available at www.valleyworks.cc.
Spend Valentine’s Day snowshoeing
SANDOWN — Explore the town forest on snowshoes during the Valentine’s Day Full Moon Snowshoe Promenade.
The event, sponsored by the Conservation Commission, is from 7 to 9 p.m. on Feb. 14. There is no charge.
Participants must bring their own snowshoes. They will meet at the town forest field off Fremont Road, where there will be a bonfire.
People should bring water and a head lamp or flashlight.
Boy Scouts will be selling hot chocolate and other refreshments. Information on renting snowshoes in available on the town website, sandown.us.