Newfields Town-Wide Yard Sale Saturday, September 29, 8:00am-noon. (Rain or shine!)

Join the Newfields community yard sale on Saturday, September 29, 2018. For only $25, the Friends of the Newfields Public Library will take care of all publicity, maps and advertising for the entire town. You simply hold a yard sale at your home, and keep the proceeds! Please download and print the following registration form, fill it out, and return to the library by September 25th.

(Please register BEFORE 7:00pm, September 25, to ensure your location on the map. Late registrations will NOT appear on the map.)

Yard Sale Form 2018

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Fall Story Time Hours!

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Miss Donna’s Story Hour will resume its 2 days per week schedule, meeting Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:00am….starting September 13 and 14. See you there!

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Movie Night Returns!

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Movie Night returns to Paul Memorial Library on Friday, September 14th @ 7:00pm. We will be showing Peter Rabbit. Smartfood popcorn and water will be provided.

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Library Lecture Series

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Our library lecture series continues Wednesday, September 12 @ 7:00pm with New England Lighthouses and the People Who Kept Them. Presenter, Jeremy D’Entremont, tells the history of New England’s historic and picturesque lighthouses, primarily focusing on the colorful and dramatic stories of lighthouse keepers and their families.

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LEGO Club will meet Wednesday, October 3, 3-4:30 pm

This activity is for ages 6-12. Younger siblings are welcome to attend, but parents will be expected to chaperone them. Although a librarian is on the premises, this is an unsupervised event. Therefore, for children who require adult supervision, we respectfully ask parents to remain in the library for the duration of the event. Goldfish crackers and water will be provided.

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Future Babysitters for Newfields

Ten girls in grades 6 through 9 recently completed an 8-hour 4H certified Babysitting Course at the library taught by Pam.  Topics covered included child development, nutrition, first aid, child and infant CPR, when and how to call for help, how best to entertain children and most importantly, how to be responsible and keep the children safe at all times.

They are ready and enthusiastic to start babysitting!

A list of contact information for them will be available at the library desk.

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New tote bags for sale!

The Friends of the Library have new tote bags for sale!

These are wonderful for carrying books but great for lots of other things too. They will make lovely gifts as well.

The cost is $10 – payable in cash or by check made out to the Friends of the Newfields Public Library.

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Thank you to our bakers!

Thank you to all those who baked for our Friends Election Day Bake Sale, those who made soup and everyone who purchased items! Over $750 was raised that will go towards enhancing library activities.thank-you2

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BOO Parade Photos

The rain held off and we had a great turnout for our annual BOO Parade held on October 27th. Thank you to the folks that we visited: The Country Store, Main Street Art, The Community Church, Town Hall, and the Police Station!

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Come Knit at the Library!

A new knitting group is forming at the library – please join us. Bring a project that you are working on or something new that you want to start.

Thursdays at 1:00 pm, starting January 21st

Coffee, tea and water are provided.

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