February News

At 10:30 am on Saturday, February 2nd New Hampshire author Kathy Stoughton will be at the library introducing her book Where Did All The Money Go?  There will be a mini workshop, some crafts, and games with playing store!  The book was written for four to six year olds, but the whole family can enjoy the workshop.  The snow date is February 16, 2019.  It can be FUN and important to teach young kids about money.  Come and see how you can help young children build strong thinking skills and acquire the building blocks to manage money.   

Story Hour for babies, preschoolers and families meets on Thursday at 10:00am will be learning about transportation.  The Adventures Club (kindergarten thru 3rd grade) that meets on Tuesday at 3:30 pm, Creating Adventures (3rd thru 6th grade) that meets Wednesday afternoons at 2:00pm are continuing to work out some Lego design challenges.   A Lego car race will be held at the library at 5:30 pm on Tuesday February 19th.

The Book Worms will gather at 6:30pm on Tuesday February 12th to discuss Flame in the Mist by Renee Ahdieh.   The Pittsfield Writer’s Circle will meet at 6:30pm on Tuesday February 26th, bring your latest work to share and hone with this dedicated group of writers.   The adult book club will meet at 10:30 am on Tuesday January 22nd at the Pittsfield Senior Center to discuss The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas.  Anyone who would like to join the book discussions can pick up the books at the library, come and enjoy some spirited conversation. 

The next gathering of the Chichester-Epsom-Pittsfield Libraries Memory Café will be held at 2:00pm on Monday February 11th at the Epsom Public Library.  Local caregivers and folks living with memory loss can come and relax in a supportive environment; refreshments will be served.

A barn assessment grant from the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance has been approved for the “library barn.”  The assessment will include a structural analysis, general care and upkeep, re-use strategies and budgeting for a potential revitalization plan.  The assessment report will be available in the spring.