SIGN UPS BEGIN Sept. 6th FOR FALL STORY TIMES
Signups begin Tuesday, September 6th if you want to secure your child's spot in our Fall Session which begins the week of September 19th.
Lap-Sit Story Times for 1-3 year olds with an adult
will be held on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10:30am.
Pre-School Story Time for 4-6 year olds will be an independent story time
with a related craft on Thursdays at 11am.
Sign up on our online calendar - go to the first week of the new session and register your child on the day you want.
Catch a Pokémon at the library and receive a Pokemon Minifigure!
Just show staff your Journal within 15 minutes of catching a Pokemon and get a Pokémon minifigure! One per patron, per day and must be a Barrington Library card holder, while supplies last.
to see some of the Pokemon we've seen at the library and to read the Official Rules.
FUN FOOD EVENT at the library!
Do you enjoy cooking and trying something new? We have a COOKBOOK CLUB that is meeting on the second Saturday of each month at the Library.
Participants meet and share a recipe they have tried from that months cookbook and discuss what they like/disliked about the cookbook in general. Each month there is a different title that our Inter-Library Loan Librarian gets multiple copies of so everyone gets to take it home and try it out. This is a yummy way to get together with other cooks and try out new recipes!
If you would like to come to the next meeting on September 10th at 12pm, please register through the online calendar of events and come get a copy of this month's book "My Kitchen Year" by Ruth Reichl - we still have a few copies available!
Coffee with a Cop
Saturday, Sept. 17th 9:30-11AM
Join Barrington officers for relaxed, informal and open
discussions about issues community members feel are important. One-on-one conversations between citizens and their police officers are the best way to build trust and mutual goals for a community.
This is a drop in event, no registration required.
No stress, just coffee & morning snacks (provided by the Friends of the Library) and an opportunity for you and your family to meet your local officers and get to know them! Comne with concerns, comments, or ideas for a safer and stronger community.
Pokémon GO Boot Camp for Parents
September 19th 5-6pm
Come find out more about this extremely popular new mobile game from our resident Pokémon expert.
Minimum of 5 people required for class to start.
Big Trees of New Hampshire Slide Show & Hike!
September 24 @ 10 AM
Author Kevin Martin brings you through the woods and into some cities all over NH to find these impressive living parts of our landscape during his slideshow at the library. Some of the hikes highlighted include the state's largest northern white cedars in Clarksville that have been marked by bears for generations and the horse chestnut in Portsmouth that was planted by a signer of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. NH has 7 national champion Big Trees and a few of those are also shown. After the presentation, Charlie Tatham, of the Barrington Conservation Commission, and our presenter Mr. Martin, will lead you on a hike in Barrington to view a big tree (or two) right here in town! Participants will have to drive (carpool) to the hike site at Samuel A Tamposi Water Supply Reserve (SATWaSR) after the presentation. SATWaSR parking lot is on the west side of Route 125, which is just on the Barrington side of the Lee town line. The hike will be about 1-2 miles in length with gentle slopes. Hiking Portion is Optional.
Please register as there is limited seating in the room.
NH 1000 Books Before Kindergarten
Read more HERE about a new Library program that encourages all Barrington families to read 1,000 books with their young children before they enter kindergarten.” Paper logs are available at the library - fill them out at home and bring them in to have staff log the amount in your child's accout - and pick out a prize. When your child reaches the first 100 books come on in an pick up a cute canvas book bag, sponsored by the Friends of the Barrington Public Library! After each 100 books after that, children pick from the prize box.