Monday, October 28 at 7:30 PM in Warner Town Hall - 2019 Community Service Award to be given to Ray and Nancy Martin by Warner Men's Club . This ceremony will be upstairs and is open to the public. All are welcome.
Saturday, March 2, 2019
“It’s Vaudeville” is truly American entertainment for the entire family performed from the1880’s-1920’s. Corky the Clown will greet you at the door and entertain you on the stage. Singers, dancers, magicians, story tellers, comedians and Zoie the Wonder Dog will perform for your delight.
Join the troupe at Warner Town Hall, East Main Street, Warner, NH on Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 7 pm. This show is benefiting the Kearsarge Conservatory of Performing Arts Scholarship Fund. Supporting youth in the fields of dance, voice, theater, and instruments
$15 adults, $10 children
Posted by Pillsbury Free Library at 11:42 AM
Friday, March 1, 2019
Thursday, February 21, 2019
The 2019 annual Indoor Warner Flea Market, will be Saturday, April 20 from 9 am to 2 pm inside Town Hall on Main Street in Warner. Fees are $15 per 6 ft table/space to benefit the sponsor, the Pillsbury Free Library. Spaces are allocated in advance based on order received and requested location, if available. A printable vendor application is available at the library website warner.lib.nh.us. Call 456-2289 for information. Applications may be mailed or dropped off at the Library.
Posted by Pillsbury Free Library at 9:25 PM
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Free showing of the 2016 film Food Fight: Inside the Battle for Market Basket, followed by discussion. Saturday, March 30, 2019, 7 pm at Warner Town Hall. Throughout the summer of 2014, a corporate food fight played out in dozens of communities impacting tens of thousands of workers and the economies of three states. When the faction of the Market Basket board headed by Arthur S. Demoulas fired his cousin and arch-rival Arthur T. Demoulas as long-time CEO of the successful supermarket chain, it set off a firestorm that sparked one of most unique corporate dramas in American history. It’s what the New York Times called the last stand for the middle class. FOOD FIGHT is the story of the battle to save Market Basket, and about the power of ordinary, passionate people to rewrite corporate history. Free popcorn: donations accepted to cover cost of screening rights. Come share your memories of living through the employee and customer-supported store boycott! https://www.foodfightfilm.com/
Posted by Pillsbury Free Library at 10:07 AM