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The Softer Side of Celtic: An Evening of the Music and History of Scotland, England, and Ireland.


Monday February 27th 7pm, The Newbury Vets Hall


The magical sounds from the instruments coupled with vocals and Jeff’s love and knowledge of his Scottish heritage create a delightful program of traditional and original tunes and songs.

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FEBRUARY VACATION PROGRAM

Join the Newbury Public Library at the Veteran’s Hall on Tuesday, February 28 at 2 pm for our “Do you want to build a snowman?” program.


Gregory McAdams, a motivational magician who performs with his dog, Axel, will need your help to build a snowman… but not an ordinary snowman… a magical snowman!


Children are welcome to come in “Frozen” costumes. Sign up is recommended for this free program. Call 763-5803 or stop in to the library. 

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A Musical Evening with Gerry Putnam and Tom Pirozzoli

Monday, March 20th // 7pm

The Newbury Vets Hall


Join us for a evening with Tom Pirozzoli and  Gerry Putnam, performing original arrangements of jazz, classical, and folk music.  Gerry and Tom's engaging blend of classical and steel string guitars, guided by their unique command and approach to these expressive instruments, has consistently enchanted audiences across our region.
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Thursday March 2nd // 7pm


As the trustees and staff of the Newbury Public Library plan for the future, we are looking for public input on how you envision your library's space. We hope you will join us in the discussion! Refreshments will be served!
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Monday, March 27th // 6:30pm


Enjoy crafting in a fun social environment? Join us at the Newbury Library, and bring any crafts you are working on!  Feel free to bring a friend, this program is open to everyone!
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Wednesday, March 22nd // 3:30pm
The Newbury Public Library


This month we will be viewing the TED talk "The Incredible Inventions of Intuitive AI", and discussing artificial intelligence and its consequences, and a possible future in which humans and robots work side-by-side.  Discovery Cafe is an afternoon discussion group that meets monthly, and we welcome any ideas for future topics of interest.