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: https://warnernh.kanopy.com/ to create your account. For now the limit is ten 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.
Traditional Caroling,Artists and Artisans,Local Authors,Food,Farmers’ Market, Crafts, gift shopping, & More
At the Pillsbury Free Library 9:30 am – 1 pm: Make and take craft
Inside Warner Town Hall: Visit the Festival of Trees 9 am – 2 pm ~ Holiday Farmers’ Market / crafts ~ Lower Level 11 am ~ Gingerbread Man Play performed by KCPA (Free- sponsored by Sugar River Bank) 2 pm ~ Photos with Santa
Midday at Town Hall: Caroling by GearUp Homeschoolers
9:30 to 1 pm ~ Make & Take a Craft at Pillsbury Library 10 am to 4 pm ~ Warner Historical Society ~ Artists & Artisans at Upton-Chandler House, and Barn Sale seasonal selections.
Midday ~ Gear-Up Homeschoolers Caroling downtown
10 am to 4 pm ~ Open Studio at BeeZink ~ 57 Kearsarge Mt. Road 10 am – 4 pm ~ Open Studio at Carolyn’s Glass studio, 86 E. Joppa Rd 2 pm to 4 pm ~ Mt.Kearsarge Indian Museum will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser (TAKEOUT AVAILABLE)
4:30 pm ~ Holiday a capella carols with “Nice & Naughty” Peg Chaffee & Carol Sager at MainStreet Warner Lodge (former Masonic Lodge behind statue)
Be sure to visit our three Main Street restaurants and cafe for holiday specials, and our Main Street shops such as the Warner Public Market and the new Buttonwood Shop, or visit the NH Telephone Museum and Fire Fighter’s Museum, or The Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum.
Warner River Writers’ Workshops
June 8, 2023
Starting June 15 at 6:30 pm! A monthly Writers’ Workshop group led by prize-winning author, poet and writing teacher David Elliott. Tentatively titled the Warner River Writer’s Workshop, the intent is to meet monthly on the third Thursday of each month at the Pillsbury Free Library. There will be writing prompts, skill tips, and guest presenters (future workshops). More details HERE (downloadable pdf here)