We are so excited to offer another Paint Night at the New Ipswich Library.
Come get creative!
Friday, February 1, 2019
Cost: $35 per person (all paint supplies included)
Join Art Happens at the New Ipswich Library and create your own “Wildflower Field” masterpiece! The price includes all painting materials and a step-by-step lesson to create this painting. Please sign up online via the link below as soon as possible.
Join us at the New Ipswich Library on
Thursday, January 17th, at 7pm for
Dulcimer Delights with Sandy Lafleur:
Tunes, Songs, and Stories of the Civil War Era
Maximizing Your Social Security Benefits
Tuesday, January 15th, at 5:30pm
New Ipswich Library
You’ve paid into Social Security for decades. Don’t you want to maximize what you get back?
How do I…
- Maximize my benefits and know what claiming strategies are available?
- Know if I can count on Social Security being there for me?
- Claim as a spouse, divorcee or widow?
Carl Gravina of Raymond James in Keene and his wealth management team will be leading an engaging talk for anyone nearing retirement age. The strategies they suggest will be free tools for anyone in attendance to be able to implement the moment they leave the room. They will help you to maximize your Social Security benefits while preserving your hard earned wealth.
This event is free, but we a donation for the St. Vincent-DePaul Food Pantry in Greenville is always welcome.
Santa Claus is coming to town and
he’s coming to visit
the New Ipswich Library!
Thursday, December 13th
New Ipswich Library
Stop by for a visit with Santa and enjoy some cookies and hot cocoa while you visit with friends! Pictures will be saved on the Library computer after the event and available for you to download (for free!).
Be sure to share this event with your local friends and spread the word.
This event is free, but a donation for the St. Vincent-DePaul Food Pantry in Greenville is always appreciated.
We had so much fun at Mentalist Preston Heller’s last presentation that we’ve invited him back!
Tuesday, October 23rd, 7pm
Mr. Heller is a mentalist. What is a mentalist? A mentalist reads minds, projects thoughts to others, divines information held secret, and predicts results. See more at http://www.prestonheller.com/.
This a family program, but recommended for ages 12 and up. It will last a little more than an hour.
Mr. Heller is not charging for this program, so there will be no charge to the public, but Mr. Heller requests that a donation be brought for the St. Vincent-DePaul Food Pantry in Greenville. Thanks to all for doing this.
The show involves a lot of audience participation, because a spirit of cooperation is needed between the mentalist and the audience. So come on out for an evening of fine entertainment! I guarantee you will have a great time!
New Ipswich Parks and Rec and the New Ipswich Library are teaming up together to bring you SubZero!
This FREE program is sponsored by the Stearns Burton Lecture Fund and is being held in conjunction with The Rec Department’s Museum of Science presentation: Science Magic. The fun begins at 1:00pm on July 27 at Highbridge Hill Elementary School. Doors open at 12:30. Museum of Science starts promptly at 1, with a short break in between, SubZero begins at 2pm.