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Barrington, NH 03825


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  • Drop-In Spring Preschool Story Time
    Session runs March 22 - May 24!
    The Children’s Librarian will share stories and a related craft with children 4-6 years old. Story Times help develop early literacy skills, using our imagination, recognition of words and context, etc. that help prepare children for school. Note: There will not be a story time on April 26th, but will resume the next week.

  • Writer’s Group
    First Saturday of the month from 10:30 AM - 12 PM
    This will be a group that meets monthly to share and workshop pieces they are working on at home. A place where writers can share their work, get feedback, and meet others who are writing. High school age and up are welcomed to join.

  • Books in Bloom at the Library!
    April 21st from 10:30-11:30 in the library meeting room 
    Beautiful book themed arrangements; created by local florists, The Barrington Bloomers and Friends of the Barrington Public Library, will be on display around the library April 19th and 20th.
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  • How Does New Hampshire Government Work?
    April 25 from 6 - 8 PM

    How are decisions made in Concord and how do they affect our lives in Barrington? Who has the most power? Is it the governor or the legislature? How can individual citizens become involved? Why does it matter?
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  • Brown Bag Book Discussion Group:
    Stranger in the Woods
    April 30 from 12:30 - 1:30 PM

    New members always welcomed!  If you need a copy of the book, please contact the Interlibrary Loan Librarian Amy at 664-9715 and we will order one via inter-library loan.
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Author Visit: Emilie Spaulding
April 21 at 1 PM

Join the discussion of her book Red Clay Girl and her process of getting published.
Red Clay Girl is the heartbreaking, hilarious, and tenacious story of a middle child's journey from small town Georgia to New York City and beyond. When she reaches her unplanned destination, self-acceptance, you'll shout hallelujah! http://www.redclaygirl.com/
Books in Bloom

Beautiful book themed arrangements; created by local florists, The Barrington Bloomers and Friends of the Barrington Public Library, are on display around the library. April 21st from 10:30-11:30 in the library meeting room, enjoy refreshments and bid on these beautiful arrangements through a silent auction.



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The Barrington Public Library Trustees
will be holding a special meeting on
Monday, April 23, 2018 at 6pm
at 105 Ramsdell Lane.

The purpose of this meeting is to discuss future library plans.
The public is always welcomed.
For more information contact
Melissa Huette, Library Director,
at 664-0193.

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We can offer personal tutorials in the library to introduce you to Libby. 

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