Have you finished all your jigsaws and are looking for your next puzzle? Don’t buy a new one, come to our third Quarterly Puzzle Swap and stock up for the winter! Where: Paul Memorial LibraryWhen: Saturday, November 12Time: 11AM Bring a 500+ piece puzzle without any missing pieces to trade for one that's new-to-you! Clean … Continue reading Newfields Puzzle Swap | Saturday, Nov. 12
Election Day is Tuesday, November 8. If you can't vote in person at the polls, absentee ballots are available at the Town Hall. Requesting Your Absentee Ballot Submit your application ASAP to ensure enough time to receive your ballot and return it. Request your absentee ballot application from the Town Clerk in person or at … Continue reading Absentee Ballots Available at Town Hall
Wednesday, Nov. 16, 6:30pmBook Pick: You Never Forget Your First: A Biography of George Washington, by Alexis Coe Join us at the library for a facilitated book discussion led by Carrie Brown from the New Hampshire Humanities. The Perspectives Book Groups are a new initiative by the NH Humanities to bring communities together and engage … Continue reading Perspectives Book Group
Pre-schoolers and their grownups are invited to join us for the Annual Library Boo! Parade down Main Street at 10:30am, Saturday, October 29. Come to the library dressed in your costume at 10:30 for a quick story time and craft to decorate your treat bags. Then parade down Main Street to collect your candy! Parade will … Continue reading Boo Parade | Saturday, October 29, 10:30 a.m.
Families are invited to listen to storyteller Simon Brooks at the library Friday, Oct. 28 at 6:30pm as he shares haunted tales that will chill listeners to the bone. Suitable for ages 5+ When: Friday, Oct. 28Time: 6:30pmWhere: Paul Memorial Library Registration is requested so we can plan for numbers. Sign up below: REGISTER HERE About Simon Brooks … Continue reading Fright Night with Storyteller Simon Brook | Friday, Oct. 28, 6:30pm
Join us for an illustrated presentation on historic colonial meetinghouses by photographer Paul Wainwright on Wednesday, October 12 at 6:30pm at the Town Hall. Using photographs of the few surviving "mint condition" meetinghouses, Wainwright tells the story of the society that built and used them, and the lasting impact they have had on American culture. … Continue reading Presentation: New England’s Colonial Meetinghouses | Weds Oct. 12, 6:30pm
Don't miss our biggest book sale of the year on Saturday, October 1 during the Newfields Town-Wide Yard Sale from 9AM to 1PM. Fill a bag for $5Or everything $1 each Adult Fiction Adult Non-Fiction Biographies Juvenile Fiction + Non-Fiction Children's Easy Readers DVDs Puzzles All proceeds support the Paul Memorial Library.
Join us for a conversation about community and how we can create and sustain public spaces in Newfields on Wednesday, October 19 at 6:30pm at the Newfields Town Hall. Library Director Carl Heidenblad will moderate the discussion with a panel of our local community leaders and neighbors. Topic of Discussion: Creating and Sustaining Public Spaces … Continue reading Newfields Roundtable: A Conversation About Community | Oct 19, 6:30pm
Come to the library on Saturday, Oct. 8 from 10:30am – 12pm for a hands-on workshop led by cartoonist Marek Bennett. Learn basic comic techniques including layouts, panels, penciling, and inking to draw your very own monster comics. The workshop will run approximately 1 ½ hours with an informal “publishing party” after where Bennett will … Continue reading Monster Cartooning Workshop | Saturday, Oct. 8
What’s It Worth? Join Friends of the Newfields Public Library at The Brook in Seabrook, NH on Saturday, October 29th from 10am - 2pm for an antiques and vintage appraisal event. Have you always wondered what a family heirloom or old baseball card collection is worth? Do you have a coin collection or jewelry that … Continue reading What’s It Worth? Antiques + Vintage Appraisal Fundraiser | Sat, Oct. 29 10-2