Pillsbury Free Library News | May 15, 2020 Warner, N.H.
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Library to restart lending
(Curbside Pickup Only, after May 18)
The Library Trustees have approved a cautious re-start of "curbside pickup" of items from the library. We will quarantine returned items for three days before cleaning them, and staff will wear gloves and face-masks to pack your requested items. The container will sit for a day before pickup, and we will contact you to arrange a time.

Requests can be made by phone and online, including placing holds in our catalog . Check the new item lists at the top, or find photos of them on Instagram .

Tech Tips
Need help figuring out the tech to access these services that can make your Stay Home life easier? Contact us at warner.lib.nh.us/contact or call 603-456-2289.

Want to try Zoom but embarrassed to do it at a meeting? Library staff can lead you through setting it up with a one-on-one chat, or send you instructions, which will soon be available on the LIbrary website.
Community News: Keeping On, Keeping Safe
Mountain View Senior Center
Liz Labbe, the new Director of Senior Services in Bradford r eminds us that Meals on Wheels are still being delivered weekly, or a weekly pack of takeaway frozen and shelf-stable (soup) meals can be ordered for pick up on Monday or Thursday. Suggested donation of $2 per meal. Call 938-2104.

Fuel Assistance applications are still being accepted at Community Action Program. Past due bills are also eligible for this funding. Call 456-2207
Warner Area Farmer's Market starts on Saturday, May 16, in front of Warner Town Hall from 9 to 1 pm.
Safe Distancing measures will be applied in the setup. Please bring small bills to help the vendors avoid handling change.

Town Clerk and Tax Collectors Offices and other town offices are still handling your important business even though the building is closed to the public. You can do much of it by phone 456-2298, by Mail, or by email. You can also call to arrange an in-person appointment.
Miss Sue's News (for Kids)
Coming May 21: Great Stone Face book award list voting "party" , on Zoom, for grades 4-6. Dress up or create aprop for the Book you liked best. Find the Zoom link on the Warner Events Calendar.
Join Children's Librarian Sue Matott ("Miss Sue") for Thursday Storytime at 10:30 am or chapter book readings on Wed. & Sat. at 1 pm

Audio file recordings of the chapter book are also available on our website until July 31.
Contact Sue for Zoom event links.
Library Trustees' Meetings
The Library Trustees' meetings are being held remotely, via Zoom, and are open to all. The link to any meeting will be published about 24-48 hours in advance on the Warner Events Calendar. Subcommittee meetings are also on the calendar. Minutes are published on the website's Trustee meetings pages once approved, and drafts are available on request. The Board is working hard with staff to plan for providing 2020 services while maintaining the health and safety of staff and community.
More Free Films
The free trial of Kanopy was so popular the library has decided to subscribe for 2020. Each personal account can access 3 titles per month (not counting the kids' section and any credit-free titles).

Noted by Nancy (on Kanopy)
(The first four are "credit free" )
Food Fight: the Battle for Market Basket
Tell the Truth and Run
David (Daud)
Standing Bear's Footsteps
Winter's Bone (Jennifer Lawrence)

Other sources of free films :
ROSETTA STONE has made its online language program available free to NH residents during this COVID-19 period. Click on the Rosetta Stone image above to get to the N.H. site where you can create your free personal account.

Or you can use our access to Transparent Language Online.

This Week
  • May 16 Warner Area Farmer's Market 9 - 1 Warner Town Hall
  • May 18 -23 Library Lending restarts (curbside only, call ahead)
  • Children's Gr. 4-6 GSF Voting "party" via Zoom, Thurs. May 21
Next Week
  • Children's Teddy Bear "picnic" on Zoom Thurs. May 28 at 10:30
Next Month
  • Book Group MainStreet BookEnds Sunday June 7 by Zoom "The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency"
  • Book Group LIbrary Friends Wed. June 10 at 1:30 by Zoom The Yellow House (ebook)

for Zoom links to events
Volunteers in the Spotlight
Many thanks to Volunteer Linda Hartman for generously continuing her dedicated work keeping the planters filled and Main Street walkway gardens such a pleasure to see. Lilacs are starting to bud!

Thank you also to Barbara Lassonde for diligently clipping and organizing our large backlog of newspaper articles about Warner and Written by Warner people
Your Support Keeps Library Service Strong
Support our supporters! Auction Sponsors
We greatly appreciate the support of all the businesses and individuals who donated funding or items for the Silent Auction with Wine and Cheese Social, which sadly had to be postponed due to the COVID 19 close-down. We will feature some of our supporters each week in this newsletter, and you can see photos of the items in our 2020 Auction Facebook album to plan your future bidding!

Today we thank Warner landscape and design professionals Pelletieri Associates, Inc and Tyler Lawn Care for their sponsorship of Auction expenses. Stay Tuned for plans!