Pillsbury Free Library News | Sept. 18, 2020 Warner, N.H.
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"Edible Book" Event Moves Online!
Looking for a fun project that is inspired by your favorite books? Our annual Edible Books Contest (postponed from May due to Covid-19) has been adapted to be an Exhibit of photos on Facebook.
How it works: create something made out of food that represents a book character, title, or something in the book. Send us two photos of your creation: one with the creator (you) pictured near the edible book item, and one of just the item (with or without a copy of the book it is from).
There will be no formal voting this year, just something for all to enjoy. All participants will receive a small prize, and the photos will be added to an album on our Facebook page for all to enjoy. Deadline: Sunday October 18.
Want to see samples of an edible book? See past entries in our Facebook albums, or do an Internet search!
Community News
Eversource Wetland Survey on the stretch of power line from Pumpkin Hill Road to West Main Street in Warner will be happening over the next few weeks. Structure replacements along this line are slated to begin on 1 Oct. 2020 and continue into December.

Sutton/Warner Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020 9 AM - 1 PM, Warner Highway Garage, 109 Rt 103 West More details on the Warner Notices page.

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Town offices & the Library will be closed on Monday, Oct. 12, Columbus Day. The library staff will however be working on Saturday Oct. 10.

The Warner Fall Foliage Festival website has details about this year's raffle, T-shirt sales, and Virtual 5K : Sept. 29 - Oct. 12 Register online, pick your favorite time and place to run or walk a 5K, and take home a 2020 Festival T-Shirt! https://wfff.org
I-89 Exit 8 Southbound will be CLOSED from Thursday 9/10 to Friday 9/25. For safety reasons the ramp is being closed during the roadway reconstruction.

Simonds Elementary School September newsletter is now available. Click here to view it.
This issue includes information about Picture Day, and a reminder about Free and Reduced Lunch paperwork. This paperwork not only determines lunch and breakfast prices for your child but it is directly linked to funding for programs such as Title One.
It is important for families who may qualify to complete this paperwork, even if not planning to buy lunch, or if your child is an At Home student. Each student counts directly towards funding. Wendy at Simonds can help families complete these forms. information and form HERE

Census 2020 Self-Response rate: Warner SELF-responses are at 64.9%, N.H.is 66.3%, U.S. 66%. However, including followup, the total of NH households counted is at 95.5%.
Recommended
To Do!
Saturday, September 26, 2020, 9:00 AM  1:00 PM

Ask the library about coupons for reduced entry fee to the Indian Museum and other museums.
Watch
Oct. 4, 10 am Black History Bus Tour in conjunction with the Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire.The Warner Historical Society will hold a virtual tour this year. Details TBD. Check later at Warnerhistorical.org

Read
If you have book titles you love that have been published since October 2019 that your tweens and teens are loving, please nominate them here for the 2021-22 Flume and/or Isinglass lists! 
Library TECH TIPS: EBSCOhost
Research for school or personal needs
If you need to find articles for a school project, or reviews from Consumer Reports, or just researching a topic of interest, don't forget about the free searches and full text articles on EBSCOhost.
Start at our website home page or at the EBSCO page, and type in your library card number to get started.
Then choose which resources to access, such as All NHewLINK magazine articles, or only articles for a certain age group (Explora Primary, Novelist K-8) or by a particular need (health, business, educators, etc). Contact us for help.
Miss Sue's News (for Kids)
We have many 1000 Books Before Kindergarten "All Stars"! Its a great way to remember to read to your little ones and get into a nice habit. Get started today!

Below is a new book recommended by Miss Sue. Easy projects to make, using things found at home, and great family fun!
Preschool Story Times
Join Children's Librarian Sue Matott ("Miss Sue") for Thursday Story Times at 10:30 am. See the Warner Events calendar for the Zoom sign-in link.

Did you know that Miss Sue has a Die Cut machine for shapes? If you love crafts, help out at church or at the schools, this will help a lot! You would need to supply the materials for cutting ie. paper, felt, card stock. Miss Sue would gladly cut things out for you. Call 456-2289.


Here are 2 of Miss Sue's favorite APPLE books. It's that time of year. Hope everyone gets to go apple picking! Have Fun!
Upcoming Local Events in Brief
Every Week
  • Warner Area Farmer's Market Sat. 9 am -1 pm on the lawn of Warner Town Hall
  • Monday Morning Zentangle New time!, 9 -10:30 am via Zoom. Free. Contact Terry Hathaway, Certified Zentangle Teacher to get the link or contact the library

Coming Soon
  • Poetry readings (via Zoom) on Mon. Sept. 21, 7 pm from COVID Spring: Granite State Pandemic Poems, an anthology edited by N.H. Poet Laureate Alexandria Peary. Information at NHSL Center for the Book's blog
  • Annual Meeting for Warner Historical Society. Thurs. Sept. 24, 7 pm on Zoom. Followed by Barn History talk. info@warnerhistorical.com. Members will get an email. Renew now!
  • Evening Book Discussion: Thurs. Sept 24 at 8:30 pm via Zoom. Euphoria by Lily King. Hosted by LIbrary Trustee Terry Hathaway.
  • Book/ History discussion: Wed. Sept. 30, 10 am via Zoom with Mark Zwonitzer, author of The Statesman and the Storyteller: John Hay, Mark Twain, and the Rise of American Imperialism. Advance registration required. The library owns the book.
Check the Warner Events Calendar for events links
For other events, see https://www.kearsargecalendar.com/
Teen Talk by Linda Lacasse
Harriet Manners knows a lot of things.

She knows that a cat has 32 muscles in each ear, a "jiffy" lasts 1/100th of a second, and the average person laughs 15 times per day. What she isn't quite... Read More

With a bolt of lightning on my kicks ...The court is SIZZLING. My sweat is DRIZZLING. Stop all that quivering. Cuz tonight I’m delivering," announces dread-locked, 12-year old Josh Bell. He and his twin brother Jordan are awesome... Read More

Library Trustees' Meetings
Library Trustee committees meetings by Zoom include the Monthly Board Meeting on the third Tuesday of each month at 6 pm, and various Committee meetings.
Zoom links to Trustee meetings are published 24-48 hours in advance on the Warner Events Calendar. Approved minutes are published on the Trustee Meetings page.
Get Your Library Note Cards while they last!
Stay in touch with beautiful Library window note cards and help support the library!
Thank you notes feature the 1891 front door glass, and sets of 5 multipurpose note cards feature some of the unique transom windows. Buy online or pay in person.
Either way, you can pick up at the library. Contact us.

ONLINE BOOK SALE from Facebook photo album (no FB account needed to view or buy: click "not now").
Just call or email us if you see something in the photos you want to purchase. Price = you choose your donation.

Sorry, no new donations of books accepted right now, as we have plenty to sell, including many children's and nonfiction, and not enough storage space or muscle.
All books for sale have been isolated for many weeks.