Pillsbury Free Library News | June 26, 2020 Warner, N.H.
News From Your Library
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.
Take a Break with Library Summer Programs
Summer programs for Adults and Teens? Yup. 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. Learn more...next week.
Community News
Warner Re-Openings
Charlie Mac's Pizzaria is back to their pre-Covid hours (Wed.-Sat. to 9 pm and Sun.-Tues. to 8 pm), and has restarted dining-in as an option, at limited capacity.

Independence Day Holiday 2020:
There will NOT be a public pancake breakfast in Warner on Sat., July 4.
Warner Transfer Station will be closed Sat. July 4 but open on Sun. July 5.
The Library will be closed July 4 (& 5)

Davisville Flea Market will be open both Sat. and Sun. July 4 & 5. Buyers and vendors will be asked to wear masks.
IRS Tax forms are available from the library and access to a computer can be arranged if needed. Call 603-456-2289.

Have you completed your 2020 Census ? it is quick and easy. You can call or use a computer to respond. Warner is lagging behind the NH and US 61% response rate.

PBS Independence Day special, " Reading Frederick Douglass features Warner residents Brick Moltz , Gabe Nelson and Laura Russell , as well as historic photographs of Warner’s Black residents from the WHS collection :
Saturday, July 4, 7:00 pm
Saturday, July 4, 10:00 pm
and Sunday July 5, 8:30 pm
Museums and Parks
25+ State Parks are now open for day use. Check the list
Follow the fun and informative NH State Parks blog for the latest "Rhodi bloom" report, outdoor activities and more. https://blog.nhstateparks.org/

Contact us to use a library pass to reduce the cost of your admission.

The Currier Gallery of Art has some interesting "Views on Art" talk videos available online. Details...

The Warner Parks and Recreation Dept and the DPW have been working hard to get the Town beach facilities on Bean Road ready for use. Please respectfully distance when visiting, so all can safely enjoy it.
Watch / Listen / Read
Videos online

Downloadable AudioBooks at nh.overdrive.com

Found in the Stacks at PFL
Linda Likes "Growing a Traditional Victory Garden" , a Countryside Magazine article (July/Aug. issue), provides information on who, what and why these gardens were important. Also how you can grow your own. You can borrow this magazine for 2 weeks, just like books and movies!

Nancy notes:
Northern Woodlands magazine always has interesting content and is free online as well as in print at PFL .
T ech Tips : Large Print Books
Do you or a loved one need a larger size print to comfortably read? You/they have options!
  1. Borrow from our small but varied Large Print collection
  2. Use a tablet, or computer, to borrow an ebook from nh.overdrive.com and enlarge the font [print] size. Access is free with a library card.
3. On a computer screen, you can often enlarge everything by holding down the "CTRL" key and tapping the + [plus] key repeatedly. Use the minus sign key to shrink it.
4. Contact Future in Sight to have them assess your personal needs and habits to provide FREE assistive visual devices and advice to help you cope with low vision.
Miss Sue's News (for Kids)
Summer Program! Grades K and up
"Imagine Your Story" activities start Tuesday, July 7th. All are welcome. Free.
A brief schedule outline is HERE .
Sign up now ! Register here

REMEMBER, books to take home need to be ordered at least a day ahead !
1000 Books Before Kindergarten - contact Miss Sue or download coloring sheets to log your preschool child's book reading/ listening. There are prizes for each 100 books logged. NEW! try a READsquared account to log progress and get access to games after each 100 books as a reward!

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.

Tumblebooks free ebooks
Every Week
  • Warner Area Farmer's Market Saturdays 9 am -1 pm
Coming Soon

Check the Warner Events Calendar for events- send yours!
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
This week's free downloads available until July 8 from Sync audiobooks for teens are story collections Fresh Ink by Lamar Giles [Ed.] and Hope Nation by Rose Brock [Ed.]

Download them now to read them later!
Suggestions from NH Teens
Gr. 7-8: from the 2020-21 Isinglass Award List
by Ryan Andrews
When their community celebrates the annual Autumn Equinox Festival by lighting... Read more
Gr. 9-12: from the 2020-21 Flume Award List
by Tehlor Kay Meja
At the Medio School for Girls, distinguished young women are trained... 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 meeting on July 21.
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 Judith Ackroyd for her regular help as a volunteer helping out wherever we need a hand and don't have time to keep up. Currently she is helping us organize our archive of materials about local businesses and organizations to assist with the Warner HIstorical Society's Warner History update.
Your Support Keeps Library Service Strong
Support our supporters! Auction Sponsors
This week we are thanking some artists for their donations of items to the Silent Auction / Wine and Cheese Social which was postponed due to COVID-19.
David, Laurette and Sean Carroll donated prints of art by Laurette and Sean, and a book by David.
Denise Green donated an original watercolor. Denise sometimes sells her art at the Warner Area Farmer's Market and other venues