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The Library is Closed today due to the weather conditions
We will open tomorrow at our regular time of 10:00! Stay safe everyone!
Love your Library! Enter to win Valentine Basket
Drawing February 12th!
Our Valentine Basket is back. 
Bigger and better than ever.  Basket is overflowing with wine, chocolates, gift cards and more.  Enter to win and you could bring home this wonderful surprise for your special valentine.  Basket is valued at $500!  Tickets for this fundraiser are $5.00 for 1 or 3 for $10.00 and are available at the Library.   See the Friends page for all the details.
Sponsored by the Friends of the West Newbury Library.  All proceeds support the museum passes and programs that you love for children, teens and adults. 
Love your library and take a chance! Come in soon; drawing is on Friday, February 12th.

Fabulous Fibers
An Exhibit of Rugs and Quilts During January and February

Please visit Fabulous Fibers - an exhibit of quilts and rugs during the months of January and February!

We will also have some demonstrations and classes of some of these fiber arts - check our Calendar of Events!

Pictured here is the Civil War Bride Quilt by Stella Blunt.

"Girls Will Be Girls" a photography exhibit
By Sterling Seymour

Sterling's photographs capture moments of secrets and whimsy amongst girls.

The photographs will be on exhibit during the months of January and February.

Please read more about Sterling Seymour: Artist Information

Nonfiction Book ClubThursday, February 11 at 1:00 pm.  For all you readers who love nonfiction, join our newest book group.  We are reading Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson For more info visit our Book Club Page.

Adult Book Group - Our next meeting is Monday, February 1st at 6:30
We are reading the Pulitzer Prize winning book All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. Visit the Book Club Page for all the details.
Friends of the Library - Book Donations
Donate your gently used, newer books, dvds and cds and books on cd. Drop off your books and donations Saturday, March 5th,  from 10:00 - Noon at the Town Hall building across from the library.
There will be no drops in January or February - too cold, too snowy!
Sorry, we cannot accept encyclopedias, textbooks, magazines, vhs videos or damaged/moldy items; if in poor condition, donate them to Got Books whose bin is behind the Safety Complex.
  Ask yourself, would you want to buy this at the book sale?

Thank you for helping support the library.  Proceeds from the sales pay for programs and museum passes.
Museum Pass Reservation and Program Registration are online!

Please visit our Museum Pass Reservation Page! to reserve passes or Calendar of Events for program registration.  You will need your library card to make the reservation.

For program registration, scroll down to the day of the event and click register. When signing up for Story Times scroll down to the first day of the session.

If you are unable to use a pass you have reserved or attend a program, please contact the library as soon as possible so it can be made available other patrons!  978-363-1105

NEW! TumbleBooks for Kids
eBooks for Kids, read along and read to me, games and puzzles. 

Mango Languages and Mango's Little Pim
Language learning for all.

Mango Languages - Learn a new language at your convenience.  Over 64 languages to choose from.
Try Little Pim!  10 Languages for kids ages 0 - 6 to learn.  Click here for Little Pim

We welcome your suggestions and comments on programs and activities you'd like to see here at the library.  Stop in and see us or email Susan Babb, Library Director, at