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Pillsbury Free Library
Serving Warner, NH since 1892
Mon & Wed 10-12 & 1-5
Tue & Thu 9-12 & 1-6
Sat 9-2

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The Library building is currently open to short walk-in visits and brief computer use. Face masks are required for all visitors. This may change back to remote service and curbside pickup if staffing is reduced or covid transmission levels warrant a change. “Curbside lending” is always available. Sign in to the catalog (top of this page) with your card and password to reserve items for pickup. Or check out some of our pages for ideas of free online resources.
Kids: Track how much you are reading! Get a log page at NH’s 1000booksbeforekindergarten !

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For Fun: Warner Pandemic Library Bingo

Movie streaming service: Kanopy has over 30,000 titles including documentaries and Oscar nominees. You can watch films (including Kanopy Kids content) by signing in with your library card number at: to create your account. For now the limit is three movies per person per month, plus unlimited kids content. Each movie you check out is available for three days. There is also a Kanopy App.

Story time with Children’s Librarian Miss Sue is currently being held in the Frank Maria Meeting Room, with masks for ages 3+, and distancing. Contact Sue for more information. For more information on resources visit our pages for kids and for teens.


Anne Jennison-1/21/22 Native American Storytelling via Zoom-*Rescheduled*

January 12, 2022

All ages welcome

Anne Jennison: Native American Storytelling via Zoom-*Rescheduled from December*
January 21, 2022 All ages welcome

Anne Jennison will be featuring stories from New Hampshire Abenaki and other Northeast woodlands traditions. For Zoom link call Sue at the library 603-456-2289 or register for the event at

Part of a “Story Walk” initiative, Funding for this storytelling event is provided by the NH State Council on the Arts, funds administered by the NH State Library and provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and Pillsbury Free Library.

Public Hearing: acceptance of ARPA Grant

January 7, 2022

Public hearing will be held by the Trustees of the Pillsbury Free Library at their monthly meeting on Tuesday January 18, at 7 pm, as required by NH RSA for acceptance of unanticipated funds of $5000 or greater. Masks are required in the Library Building.
A $12,598 grant has been awarded to Pillsbury Free Library through an Institute for Museum and Library Services’ (IMLS) “Grants to States” program that is part of the American Rescue Act Plan (ARPA) of 2021 and that is being facilitated by the N.H. State Library.The funds will be used for the purchase and installation of two Poppinpod Om Sit booths, for privacy while having online or phone conversations aloud in the library. This American Rescue Plan Act Grant is administered by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

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