Have you finished all your jigsaws and are looking for your next puzzle? Don’t buy a new one, come to our Puzzle Swap! Where: Paul Memorial LibraryWhen: Saturday, March 26Time: 11AM Bring a 500+ piece puzzle without any missing pieces to trade for one that's new-to-you! Clean out your closet and bring a few! Spread … Continue reading Newfields Puzzle Swap | Saturday, March 26
Below is an explanation of the zoning amendments that will be voted on by ballot on Tuesday March 8, 2022. If you haven't registered to vote already, same-day voting is available on March 8 at the polls. Please bring ID and proof of residency and citizenship. Newfields-Planning-Board-Zoning-Amendment-Proposals-flyerDownload
We're excited to celebrate Women's History by welcoming back actress Sheryl Faye for a special one-woman performance of “Sally Ride” on Wednesday, March 23 at 7:00 p.m. at the Newfields Town Hall. The show is 45 minutes plus a Q&A. Appropriate for children and adults of all ages. *Attendees will be asked to wear a mask … Continue reading Sally Ride Performance by Sheryl Faye | March
Celebrate National Reading Month with our new reading challenge: Read Across America! The rules are simple. For every minute you read, we'll log 1 mile on the map. At the end of the month, we'll tally everyone's miles. Register and track your reading on the Reader Zone app using the program code 6d134. All participants … Continue reading National Reading Month Challenge | How far can you read?
February is Black History Month! To celebrate, the Newfields library is hosting a virtual month-long read-in inspired by the African American Read-In created by the Black Caucus of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). The first read-in was established in 1990 in an effort to encourage communities to read together, centering African American … Continue reading Newfields African American Read-In | Feb. 1-28
As we look back on the past year, I'm pleased to say that 2021 was a successful year for the library and a significant improvement from 2020. Of course, COVID-19 was still a concern for our library, state and nation as a whole. However, this year the Library Board and staff successfully managed to minimize … Continue reading 2021: A Year in Review | A Note from Our Director
Did you know you can request and reserve books online directly through the library's catalog? All you need is your library card number. (Not sure what your number is? Call or email the library to request it. You can also pick up a physical library card with your number on it to keep handy). Request … Continue reading How to Reserve Books Through the Library Catalog
Your library card gives you access to our online library catalog where you can: Track your checkout historyManage your account settings and notificationsBookmark titles for later, and Request, reserve, and renew books All you need is your library card number. If you don’t know your membership number, call or email us and we will assist … Continue reading How to Access Your Library Account Online
The Friends of the Newfields Library has generously provided free tickets for Newfields residents to use at the Labrie Family Skate, an outdoor ice skating rink operating December to March at Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, NH. Pick up your tickets at the library circulation desk while supplies last. Limit 4 tickets per household. Children … Continue reading Free Tickets to Labrie Family Skate at Puddle Dock Pond | 2021-2022 Season
The new Hilton Family Historical Marker located on the corner of Summer Street and Main Street will be unveiled Saturday December 18, 2021 at 10:00am. The public is welcome to attend.