The Barrington Bloomers meeting tonight has been cancelled due to poor road conditions.
Their next meeting will be February 15th at 6:30pm
What Is Functional Health & Wellness?
“We don’t have a healthcare system in this country, we have a disease management system…The present system doesn’t work, we need a whole new kind of medicine.”
Find out on Weds. January 25th at 6pm in the Library Meeting Room
Dr. Andrew Weil.
This class will compare the functional approach to wellness to the conventional sick care approach to wellness. Participants will learn how they can escape the endless cycle of chasing symptoms through trial and error and dependence upon pharmaceuticals by utilizing a functional self-care model and working with a functional practitioner/health coach. Presenter: Tamy Anderson, Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner
Book Group- The Steady Running of the Hour
Thursday, January 26 @ 6:30 PM
An impossible quest. An epic love story. a young American discovers he may be heir to the unclaimed estate of an English World War I officer, which launches him on a quest across Europe to uncover the elusive truth. New members always welcomed.
Books available one month prior to the meeting via inter-library loan upon request.
Next Book Group: February 23rd - What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty
FRIDAY DIY - Teens - Sharpie Mugs
February 3rd @ 3:30 PM
Middle and High School students will design MUGS with Sharpie Markers and baked in an oven to make them permanent designs.
Each student will be able to design two mugs - keep one, give one!
REGISTRATION is required.
Wednesday, February 22nd 6-7:45PM
First Aid @ the Barrington Library
Location: Barrington Library
This course is for anyone with limited or no medical training who needs a course completion card in first aid to meet job, regulatory or other requirements.
Register Online Though McGregor EMS
You must register online via McGregor EMS…the Library does not handle these registrations, nor do we take in the fees.
Book a Librarian
Did you get a new Kindle, laptop, tablet or another piece of tech and the manual just isn't cutting it? Would you like a personalized, one-on-one tutorial on how to use your new device?
Give David a call at 664-9715 or email him to set up an appointment and he'll show you all the ins and outs of your new device.
Overdrive e-Magazines Removal
Overdrive will be losing access to many downloadable Nook Periodicals in January and the others by mid-March. If you already have a magazine downloaded to your Nook account you will still have access to the issues. The decision to remove Nook Periodicals from Overdrive was a decision by Overdrive and not New Hampshire libraries. We -- your New Hampshire Digital Materials Consortium, continue to work with our vendors in the hopes that they can reestablish a similar service in future. For the time being, please speak with your local librarian about accessing digital magazine content through the statewide research database called EbscoHost