THE LIBRARY IS NOW OPEN ON FRIDAY 5-8PM. COME IN AND CHECK IT OUT!
FANTASTIC FRIDAY MOVIE NIGHT
February 28th, 5-7pmAges 7-12
Come and join us for our 1st Fantastic Friday Movie Night It's sure to be lots of fun!!!
Friday, March 7th 5-6:30pm
Join us at the Newbury Public Library for our first monthly Lego Club. Bring a friend and challenge yourself to build a creation based on our monthly theme. Snacks will be provided. Ages 7-12. Sign-up is recommended
Book Discussion: Monday, March 3rd at 7:00PM
The Shoemaker's Wife by Adriana Trigiani
Lush and evocative, told in tantalizing detail and enriched with lovable, unforgettable characters,The Shoemaker's Wifeis a portrait of the times, the places and the people who defined the immigrant experience, claiming their portion of the American dream with ambition and resolve, cutting it to fit their needs like the finest Italian silk.
Black Bear Behavior Lecture and Slide Presentation by Benjamin Kilham
Monday, March 17th at 7:00pm
A man who holds hands with full-grown bears, crawls into their dens to photograph their cubs, and comes face-to-face with their sharp teeth? It sounds crazy, but it’s just another day in the life of Benjamin Kilham, author of Out on a Limb and Among the Bears. Kilham has been studying and researching wild black bear behavior for nearly two decades and will be at the Newbury Public Library on Monday, March 17th at 7:00pm to talk about his ground breaking and often heart warming work with-bears. Join us!
Women's Rights: Are We There Yet?
Sunday, March 30th at 2:00PM in the Veterans Hall
The struggle for women's rights begun by our foremothers in 1848 continued right through the early 1900s suffrage movement and into the 1970s fight over the Equal Rights Amendment. Using historic photos and facts, Liz Tentarelli will remind us of the women and issues that led up to our current status: an all-female Congressional delegation from NH, a female Governor and state supreme court justice, and most women still earning 83 cents for every $1 a man earns. Join us for this important discussion!