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News and Updates
Friends of the Barrington Library Fall Mum Sale Reminder
Reminder that order forms are due by September 2, 2020, and can be picked up at the Library or found here.  Completed order forms can be dropped off along with your payment at the Library. 

Contact free pickup date is September 12th at the Library from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Thank you for your support!
The Library will be closed Monday, September 7th for Labor Day.
DID YOU KNOW? Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers and is traditionally observed on the first Monday in September. It was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century and became a federal holiday in 1894.
Building Access, Curbside Pickup* and Computer Appointment Hours:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday -- 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday -- 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Welcome Back! We are now offering patron access in the building. 
  • We are limiting access to 6 people at a time.
  • Masks are required, and must be worn properly while in the building. 
  • Hand sanitizer must be used upon entering, and is available throughout the Library. 
  • Appointments are being taken for computer use. They will be for 45 minutes and start at the beginning of each hour. 
*If you are utilizing curbside pickup, give us a call (603)664-9715) when you arrive in the parking lot to let us know you are here. If you are unable to call, just give us a friendly beep or two so we can come out and get your name. For more detailed information about our reopening phases, please check out our Phased Opening Plan and Infographic

ALL RETURNS STILL NEED TO GO IN THE OUTDOOR DROP BOX
Please note: Items will not be checked in until they have gone through the quarantine process which can take up to 4 days. 
ILL UPDATE: There is a very good chance that interlibrary loan services may resume later this month. Watch your inbox for a news blast!
Plan a fun day trip by checking out our Pass Program sponsored by the Friends of the Barrington Library! 
 
The Library has a pass to the Children's Museum of NH, that admits up to four people at 50% off the admission price. Please visit the CMNH site for their updated schedule and their guidelines for reservations and attendance.

The NH Parks Pass is available, which allows free entry into a NH park for two adults and up to four dependents (some restrictions apply - see link for detailed info). Reserve our pass, then check the NH Parks website for availability and reservations. This pass is paid for by the Friends group and the Barrington Recreation Department and is for Barrington residents only.


The Museum Reimbursement Program is for resident library card holders to be reimbursed for up to $20 for a visit to a New England museum (once per year per family). Save your receipt, fill out their form and a check will be mailed to you. 
Multi-Aged Programming

SUNFLOWER WATERCOLOR CLASS
September 30th at 6 p.m. (Virtual)

Middle School, Adults

Follow along during a live Zoom session with Lauren Despins to create a colorful sunflower painting. A kit will be provided, which must be picked up at the Library by noon on September 30th. (If you have watercolor paints from a previous class, please let us know and paper will be provided.) An email with the Zoom link will be sent to participants starting the week prior to the workshop.

Registration is required. Kits are limited. 

Children's Programming!
Virtual Wee Read! Story Time Fall Session
Join Ms. Wendy for the Fall session of Wee Read! Story Time for children 1-3 years old (parent/guardian assisting). She will read a few age-appropriate books, sing songs, share rhymes and present flannel boards. A Take & Make kit will be available for pick up after September 15th that will include materials to make a shaker egg and dancing ribbon.

Registration is required, and once done you will be sent an e-mail with the ZOOM link that will be used for all meetings in the Fall Session From September 22nd through November 17th.

4-7 Year-Old's Story Time Fall Session

Children 4-7 years old will enjoy a couple books and a craft with Ms. Wendy via a Zoom link. Parents will receive the link prior to the first meeting, and it can be used for all meetings during the Fall Session.  Once they register they will also be able to pick up a Story Time Material Kit that will include items like construction paper, glue stick, paper plate, paper tube, google eyes, etc. 

Families will also get a reminder email the day before story time stating what craft will be done and what materials will be needed. Children will follow along with Ms. Wendy to make the craft together. 

Registration is required.

Middle/High School Programming
Marshmallow Shooters - Friday, September 25th 

Follow Ms. Wendy's DIY tutorial to make a Marshmallow Shooter. Participants will receive all pvc pieces, sand paper, and decorative materials to make their own marshmallow shooter!
Registration is required to receive the link to the tutorial and a Take & Make kit that can be picked up the week of September 21 - 25. 

Adult Programming 

Radio Turns 100: The Golden Age of Entertainment
Presentation available for nine days - September 14th - 23rd.

Mike Morin, morning cohost on Frank FM’s four New Hampshire radio stations, has collected short clips from some of the greatest radio entertainers of the past century. His presentation is a tribute to radio and includes Milton Berle, Jack Benny, Groucho Marx, Orson Welles, and several memorable Boston radio personalities. Morin, whose own broadcast career is in its 50th year, brings radio history alive.

This presentation has been made available to Barrington Public Library patrons from September 14th to September 23rd. Registration is required to gain access to the presentation. Once registered, you will receive an email from the Library (not Assabet) with the link and password needed to access the presentation. Click here for a sneak peak! 

VIRTUAL CHAIR YOGA
with Cindy Simon
September 22nd 2 p.m.


Join Cindy Simon  for this seated Yoga and creative movement class. You  will learn stretches, yoga positions, tai chi exercises, and deep breathing while seated in a chair or standing (with a chair for support if needed). This class is great for people of all abilities, anyone wanting to get back in shape, and anyone with physical limitations, or any sort of chronic health issues. Registration is required for each session and the Zoom link for this class will be sent after registering. This event is for ages 18 and older.
 
VIRTUAL BROWN BAG BOOK CLUB
September 28, 12:30 p.m.


This month we will discuss News of the World by Paulette Jiles. If you are interested, please contact interlibraryloan@barringtonlibrary.com for information on how to access the Zoom meeting and join the fun! 

Barrington Library Trustees

Next monthly meeting: September 15th at 6:00 p.m. -- Click here for Zoom meeting information!

Trustee Alternates Wanted

Are you eager to help the Library? Would you like to be part of shaping the future? Consider joining the Barrington Public Library Board of Trustees as an alternate Trustee member. For more information contact current Board Chair, Lindsey Maziarz, at lmm.trustee@gmail.com

Town and Community News

Weekend Walkabout with the Barrington Trails Committee

See Our Expanded Trails at the Goodwill Conservation Area
Sat, Sep 12th | 9:30 | Ross Road

Please click
here to let them know you will be joining them!


John Wallace will be leading a hike of approximately two miles and two hours in the recently expanded Goodwill Conservation Area on Saturday, Sept 12th at 9:30AM. The area is so new, the town has not completed the parking lot at the southern entrance on Ross Rd, but our good neighbor will allow parking for this introductory hike. From Rt 125, go onto Beauty Hill Rd for 1.4 miles; take right onto private Ross Rd and go about 0.5 miles and we will wave you into a parking spot. Please do not go to the normal Rt 9 lot.

Please bring some water, appropriate footwear and dress, insect protection and a mask to start the hike. We will social distance and remove the masks as we spread out on the trail. We will be reviewing the handiwork of some local beavers and exploring some of the new trails established this past spring. Please leave the dog at home for this hike.
Transfer Station and Recycling Center

Please click here for the new and improved smart recycling guide for the Town of Barrington!

Be Prepared For Voting This Fall

Voting season is fast approaching and there are 2 opportunities for Barrington residents to cast their votes- the State Primary Election on September 8th and the NH State General Election on November 3rd. Please visit the Barrington Town Clerk's website for more information! 






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