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Pillsbury Free Library
Serving Warner, NH since 1892
info@warner.lib.nh.us
603-456-2289
Mon 10-12 & 1-5
Tue 9-12 & 1-8
Wed 1-5
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 encouraged. 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: https://warnernh.kanopy.com/ 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.

 

2022 Summer Program Signups and T-Shirts!

June 2, 2022

The schedule is set, and signups are open for the 2022 Children’s Library Summer Program! Order your T-Shirts while stocks last: Pdf order form is HERE and at the library.

Baba Yaga: Saturday, May 7

May 3, 2022

On Saturday, May 7th, at 4:00 pm in Warner Town Hall. Pillsbury Free Library’s Book Nook Theater group presents “Baba Yaga”. Written by Billie Martiello and directed by Susan Matott with assistance from Chris Martiello, this play by the Book Nook youth theater group is based on several traditional Russian folk tales.

The “Entrance fee” is a donation of a non-perishable food or supply item or cash for the food pantry! There will be an intermission bake sale to benefit the Library, thanks to the Circle of Friends of the Library. Suitable for all ages.

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