Pillsbury Free Library News | July 10, 2020 Warner, N.H.
News From Your Library
For some reason, about 60 TDS domain emails bounced our newsletter last week, (and also we forgot to change the date at the top!) so we are going to repeat a few items of last week's news, with updates. Apologies to those who have read them.
If you missed the previous newsletters, you can find them on our website. Check your "social" or "promotions" email folders. It helps to add the newsletter@warner.lib.nh.us address to your contacts.
Library Summer Programs for all ages
Summer Programs for Adults and Teens! We have created some fun challenges and "missions" for you, based on local places and facts - and reading, of course. All safely distanced but getting you out of your normal routine. Create your own account and log in at https://pillsburyfree.readsquared.com to sign up for Missions, track your progress, win points towards "badges", and be entered in a prize drawing at the end of summer. Or ask for a paper copy. Starts July 13. Children's K-6 Readsquared activity log and mission options coming soon. Preschool options (1000 books before Kindergarten) are available now.
Community News
The IRS Tax Deadline is July 15. Forms are available from the library, and access to a computer or copier can be arrange d if needed. Call 603-456-2289.

Warner's NH Telephone Museum and
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum both reopened last week. Both are worth a visit!
The full video of PBS Independence Day Special, Reading Frederick Douglass is now available online. The 40 minute video includes Warner residents Brick Moltz , Gabe Nelson and Laura Russell , as well as historic photographs of Warner’s Black residents from the WHS collection.

The Warner HIstorical Society Barn Sale crew have started listing items on the WHS Facebook page for people to see and buy.
Museums & Parks
26 State Parks are now open for day use. Check the list
and make an online reservation.
NEW: you can now let them know when you make your booking that you will be using a library pass, so the payment will be adjusted accordingly. Be sure to contact us to reserve your library NH Parks pass just in case it is already in use for that day.

The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center and Planetarium is now open every day, 10:30 am - 4 pm, using CDC and NH COVID safety guidelines. Contact us for a pass for admission.
Watch
The Vote, a new documentary from American Experience on PBS, in two parts. Created for the 100 th anniversary of the passage of the 19 th Amendment, The Vote tells the story of the women’s suffrage movement in the US and the challenges and controversies faced by suffragists. 

Other PBS films are also available for free viewing at https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/films/

Listen
Podcast from Snap Judgement.
Chasing Thunder : For 110 days Peter Hammarstedt and his group of ocean vigilantes hunted the most notorious poacher of sea bass on the high seas, known as the Thunder.
Tech Tips
If the title you want is not listed in the library Catalog, or the library copy is checked out. ..
Option 1 . Look at the top of the catalog screen to see if it is available as an ebook or audiobook from nh.overdrive.com (image below) and click on the results to see the status and borrow or hold.
Option 2. To find a "you may also like" suggestion, click on EBSCO resources (either on the library home page or on the left side of the catalog page). YOu will need to tyoe in your library card #. Select "Novelist" (or Novelist Plus to include nonfiction).
Type in the title you originally wanted, and there will be Read-alikes" listed on the left side.
 Option 3 . Place a hold on the title and wait for it to be available
Option 4 . Wait for InterLibrary Loan to restart! We will let you know!
Miss Sue's News (for Kids)
Summer Program! Grades K and up
"Imagine Your Story" meetups are by "drive-in" on Tuesdays at 9:30 am and Wednesdays at 1:30 pm in the parking lot of the NH Telephone Museum. All are welcome. Free. Other activities to do also!
Sign up now ! Register here to reserve an activity kit for projects to do at home.
July 14-15.

Recordings of Miss Sue reading the chapter book "Arcade and the Triple T Token" are still available until August 31, 2020 HERE with publisher permission.
There is a new book on the Rail Trail Story Walk: "The Gigantic Turnip". Enjoy this Russian fairy tale as you walk along the river!
A scavenger hunt and nature activities coming soon!

Preschool storytimes
Join Children's Librarian Sue Matott ("Miss Sue") for Thursday Storytimes at 10:30 am. see the Warner calendar for the Zoom sign-in link.

REMEMBER, books to take home need to be ordered at least a day ahead !

Tumblebooks free ebooks
LOCAL EVENTS In Brief
Every Week
  • Warner Area Farmer's Market Saturdays 9 am -1 pm
Coming Soon
  • Tory Hill Series: Sat. July 11 at 7 pm Cartoonist Joel Christian Gill . A zoom link will be sent upon purchase of Tickets ($5 at www.toryhillauthorsseries.com )
  • Virtual Powwow Sat. July 11 on Facebook from Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum . Dancers, music etc.
  • BookEnds Book Group: Author Susan Ware of Hopkinton will join the discussion of Why They Marched, Sun. July 12, 4 pm. Zoom Link is on the calendar.
  • Monday Morning Zentangle every week, 8 - 9:30 am via Zoom. Free. Contact Terry Hathaway, Certified Zentangle Teacher to get the link or contact the library (or check the Warner event calendar.)
  • Library Book discussion: Peace Like a River by Leif Enger. Wed. July 15, 1:30 pm (rescheduled) by Zoom.
  • Hotels, Boarding Houses and Summer Visitors. Thurs. July 16, 7 pm. Email info@warnerhistorical.com.
  • Good Evening Book Club: "Me and White Supremacy" by Saad. (ebook ).Thurs. July 23, 8:30 PM via Zoom.

Check the Warner Events Calendar for events links
Teen Talk
Teen Summer Challenge:
Take on a "Mission" and complete challenges to win points and to enter for prizes!
NEW! Create a sign-in account at our site on READSquared to see mission options and log your progress, or contact the library for paper copies and report forms.

Teen Summer Book discussion:
A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness Wed. July 22 at 3:30 pm, via Zoom (link on calendar ).To be sent the link by email, register through the library.
Join in to pick the August title!
More on our Teen page
Free Teen Summer Audio books
Christmas in July ? This week's free downloads available until July 15 from Sync audiobooks for teens are a new version of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens read and adapted by Alison Larkin and The Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare

Download them now to read them later! More information
Suggestions from NH Teens
Gr. 7-8: from the 2020-21 Isinglass Award List
by Alison Gervais
After moving to Colorado, deaf seventeen-year-old Maya is forced to attend... Read more...
Gr. 9-12: from the 2020-21 Flume Award List
by Mindy McGinnis
When a car crash sidelines Mickey just
before softball season, she has to find a way... Read more...

Both books are available at the library or at nh.overdrive.com (or use the Libby app)
Library Trustees' Meetings
Library Trustee committees next meetings by Zoom include the Library's Personnel and Policy meeting on July 14 and Monthly Board meeting on July 21, both at 6 pm.
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.
Volunteers in the Spotlight
Many thanks to the Circle of Friends of the Pillsbury Free Library who support the library in so many ways all year, for the benefit of all Warner residents. Membership is free, and members can participate in any project of their choosing, from bake sales to flea markets to Auction/ Evening Social events. More information...
Your Support Keeps Library Service Strong
Support our supporters! Auction Sponsors
This week we are thanking some artisans for their donations of items to the Silent Auction / Wine and Cheese Social which was postponed due to COVID-19.
Brian Snell donated a large wooden flag and Wayne Chalker of Warner donated a hand crafted cutting board