“The Book Nook” – an activity group for grades 4 and up. This has branched off from the Great Stone Face program, and become a fun, interactive group, doing various activities.(Be sure to stop by and put a favorite book suggestion on the board, or just any information you’d like to share with your peers!) Activity suggestions are welcomed, and the suggestion box is in the library.
The play “The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe” based on the book written by C.S. Lewis was a HUGE success! We collected 253 items, $26.00, and a $50.00 gift card to Market Basket for the local food pantry. The bake sale at intermission collected $154.45 for a fundraiser for the library! Thank you to everyone who helped in any way for this event!!
Next play (2018) is “The Emperor’s New Clothes”.
Play date is:Saturday, May 5, 2018 at 4:00 PM at the Warner town hall. Donations of non-perishable food or toiletries are the “entrance fee” for our local food pantry.
Looking for something to do over February (2018) vacation week? Come to the library for some fun activities: “Minecraft” project and snack-Tuesday 2/27/18- 1:30-4:00,Wednesday is a “Pokemon” project and snack- 2/28/18- 1:30-4:00, and Thursday, 3/1/18 is “Lego” free play and snack also 1:30-4:00.Registration is required.
Annual Autumn Party- 4th graders and up. Costume required. Friday, October 26th, 2018, 5:30-8:30. Must RSVP and sign up for the pot luck meal. Come and have some fun and games!!
See our summer programs page for a detailed schedule of typical summer activities for K and up, and a downloadable copy of the most current schedule. Sign up by calling 456-2289. Spaces are limited. (Complete 2017 schedule here: 2018SRP brochure
Activities are held on Tuesdays at 9:30 AM and Wednesdays at 1:30 PM. (Unless there is a special program at a special time!) Start date for 2018 is July 10th, and the end date with the pot luck family night is August 15th.
Reading activities can be done on your own schedule, if you choose. All daily events are separate, so you can choose all or some to come to. Volunteer help is welcomed. Please contact Sue.
Great (Stone Face) Reading!
Grades 4-6 can read books on this special New Hampshire Great Stone Face reading list : GSF-brochure-2017-18 and vote for a favorite one in April!
Watch also for a GSF voting party where you can explain your top choice to others. To learn more about this special New Hampshire librarian’s booklist and the award, visit the CHILIS (Children’s Librarians Section) page at http://chilis.nhlibrarians.org/gsf
The new 2017-2018 Great Stone Face book list ARE on the shelf! Get ready to start the reading!! Lets see how many of you can read all 20!!! The PARTY will be April 27, 2018, 5:30-8:00. Registration required and to come to the party you must read at least one of the books, and one must bring a prop related to one of the stories or come dressed as a character. (And shhh, don’t tell anyone so the other party goers have to guess who or what. Ask Sue for more details. This years winner (2017) is: “Roller Girl”. Obviously, the more you read the better your chances at the game we play!!
“Lap-sit” Storytimes for children ages 1-5 are on Thursdays at 10:30 AM, year-round. Come join us for some fun, and meet other families!
Annual Teddy Bear Picnic! Always a Thursday in May at 10:30 AM- all are welcomed. Bring a “lovey”, enjoy story time outside and a project. Then we have a potluck picnic. We have/had a blast! Despite the rain, we had a fun time, and yummy picnic! Looking forward to May 30, 2018
Afterschool programs and/or family craft events will be held approximately once a month during the school year. Typically they are on the Third Wednesday from 3 to 4 pm, Sept to May. Preregistration is required due to limited space.
Other Reading Lists
Youth in Grades 7 & 8 should check the Teen pages for information about voting on the Isinglass Award reading list. Grades 9-12 can vote on the Flume Award list.
|Ladybug List for picturebook readers in Grades 1-3! To learn more about this special New Hampshire librarian’s booklist for early readers, and the award,
visit the N.H. Center for the Book web site at http://www.state.nh.us/nhsl/bookcenter/programs/ladybug.html
A list can be found at http://nhbookcenter.blogspot.com/2013/03/2013-ladybug-nominees.html
Kearsarge Regional Schhools Summer reading list for Elementary school students is at
For more information, contact the Children’s Librarian using our contact form