Adult Book Group -

    We will next meet on July 9th at 6:30. Our July book will be  A Tangled Mercy by Joy Jordan-Lake.    Click here to order a copy for yourself.

    Please join us.

    Visit the Book Club Page for all the details.

    New Book Club! - Who Done It?
    Do you love mysteries?

    We meet on Thursday,July 19th, at noon in the Fireplace Room. The Mystery Book Club has chosen to read Along Came a Spider by James Patterson! James Patterson is one of the most prolific spy thriller writers and this is his first in the Alex Cross series.

    For extra reading, if you have time, read the next book in the series

     Library will supply beverages.
  • Friends of the West Newbury Library
    No book drop until September
    Book Drop Off
    September 8th from 10:00 - Noon across the street at the old Town Hall
    Please donate your newer, gently used books, dvds, books on cd, and puzzles.  Our next Book Drop Off will be in September.  Click on the Friends page for all the details.  Please do not leave boxes outside the library. 

    Support your library.  Fundraisers and donations to the Friends of the Library pay for over a dozen discount museum passes for your use and programs and entertainment for all ages.
    The Friends are a 501(c)(3) corporation and donations are tax deductible. 

    Many of you joined last year at this time, so it's time to renew!   Join now, support your library.  Download this form and mail it or drop it off at the library.
  • Library Update!
    Display cabinet for the West Newbury Bicentennial! Seeking cabinet maker!

    The Library is seeking to have a display cabinet made to house special artifacts on an ongoing rotating basis. It will replace the current cabinet located to the left of the entry way.
    We have special building material specifications for this cabinet which can be found here.
    If interested, please talk to the Director Susan Babb. Thank you!
  • Zip Corning - Photography
    May - June

    Zip Corning – Artist’s Statement

    I enjoy the hunt for a new image, mostly because it means I am outside. My goal is usually to provide a sense of place for the viewer, but also a way to freeze time.

    Photography has always been the tool I have used to try to document time. I am equally fascinated and terrified by the abstract nature of time, and the way we do everything in our power to control and label it. I prefer to revisit particular places and locations. In doing so, I am able to catalog numerous moments for that spot. There are a ridiculous amount of variables, like weather and season, and I strive to represent the familiar in a new light each time I capture it.


4th of July closings:
The Library is closing at 5:00 PM on Tuesday, July 3.
The Library is closed on Wednesday, July 4.