Fright Night with Storyteller Simon Brooks!
Monday October 30th at 6:30pm at the Newbury Vets Hall
The Library is hosting a special 2-part Ghost and Spooky Tales program with storyteller Simon Brooks, for both children and adults. Children are invited to join us at 6:30pm (although the adults are also welcome to join us at this point), and the spookier tales for adults and older teens start after a break at 7:00pm. This program is for everyone, so even if you don't have children, please come! Anyone who likes a good story will enjoy this evening!
Library Community Brainstorming Session!
Friday, Oct. 13, from 5-7
Newbury Town Offices
The Newbury Public
Library is hosting its second public forum about upcoming expansion
plans. All are invited, but this time around we’re especially eager to hear
from our younger patrons (the kids and teens)! Come, eat pizza, and ponder
aloud about the future of our library. Featuring architect Ron Lamarre.
The Library is looking for artisans and crafters for a library crafts fair on December 9th. Entry is free, but artisans are asked to donate one item for our raffle which will be held on that day, to benefit the Friends of the Newbury Public Library. Since the venue will be small, the number of tables will be limited, so please contact Lea soon if you are interested.
Restoring Brook Trout in New Hampshire
Monday October 16th at 7pm at the Newbury Vets Hall
Dick Wright, a NH Fish and Wildlife Steward, presents a program on the natural habitat, history and current conservation efforts for brook trout.