CANDIDATE DAY AT THE LIBRARY
Saturday, February 25th from 12:30-2:00pm
The library will host any candidates running for town offices who wish to have a space to speak with citizens. Candidates will be seated around the library and folks can make the rounds and ask questions of them, have discussions on where candidates stand on issues, and socialize with other citizens.
TEEN VIDEO GAME TOURNAMENT:
Super Smash Bros. Brawl!
February 24th at 4pm
Teens and youths ages 10-15 years old will be playing on the library's Wii in epic head-to-head bouts to WIN FAME AND GLORY and also prizes. Snacks are provided.
You must register to be entered in the tournament.
Cat Behavior & Environmental Enrichment for Your Feline
February 25th at 11am
Learn how to create a fun living environment for your cat so you, and they, can live happy lives together!
Presenter Monique Chretien is the owner of Pet Behavior Services and has worked for over 30 years in various animal services, from being a vet tech to working in animal shelters, and as a certified pet trainer.
No registration required. A donation can will be put out that day, and any donations collected will be given to the Cocheco Humane Society of Dover.
TEENS (Middle and High School Students) DIY Workshop
Friday, March 3rd at 3:30pm
Join us to make these cute BOTTLE CAP MAGNETS. You will design the center, paint outer edge and seal. Make them for everyone!
BARRINGTON LIBRARY'S TRAVEL CLUB
Scheduled Tours are at 6PM on:
Iceland with Diane Schiavo
The Netherlands with Lydia Cupp
This is a drop in event... no registration required.
Community members can come to this drop in club to enjoy a “tour” of a travel location and enjoy coffee and snacks with fellow travelers. If you would like to be a “tour guide” and share your pictures and experiences, please contact Amy Inglis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult Art Class: India Ink Contour Painting
Thursday, March 16th at 4:30pm
In these free workshops participants will be using paints and following along with an instructor to create beautiful pieces of art! All supplies provided.
Class is for Barrington residents only due to limited space/seating for 12 participants. You must register and will be asked to provide your library card number for online registration; if you are a Barrington resident, but do not have a card, please swing in and we'll get you set up with a card, and registered for the program.
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