NEW HAVEN, Mo. - Beginning on Monday Feb. 23 the New Haven Library will be open 6 days a week, two evenings and all day Saturday. The new schedule is as follows:
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - On Thursday, October 16, join the New Haven Library to welcome Marc Houseman, director of Washington Historical Society.
Houseman will tell the chilling story of Bertha Gifford, a Franklin County resident who was charged with the murders of three people by arsenic poisoning in 1928.
By: Kate Haynes, New Haven Library Branch Manager
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - Will your preschooler be ready to read by kindergarten? If you’re wondering how to help your child get ready, Racing to Read can help.
You will learn simple activities that you can do with your children to make sure they’re ready.
By: New Haven Branch Manager Kate Haynes
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - On Thursday, June 19 at 7:00pm we welcome Diane Eickhoff to Old New Haven School. Her presentation is If It Looks Like a Man: Gender Identity, Female Soldiers and “Lady Bushwhackers” in the Civil War.
New Haven, Mo. - Craft some gorgeous all occasion cards with Barb Kandlbinder. The program is planned for Thursday, March 13 from 6-8pm at Old New Haven School.
Barb has chosen pretty materials from the Simply Delightful paper collection from My Mind's Eye. Everyone can make at least two cards, envelopes included.
New Haven, Mo. - Do you knit, crochet or enjoy yarn crafts of any kind? If you do, you’re invited to the New Haven Library on Wednesday, February 5, from 6-8:00pm.
This new group will meet on the first Wednesday of each month.
On Wednesday, we hope to get acquainted and find a catchy name for the group.
New Haven, Mo. - Gifts in a jar, from your kitchen, make sweet (or savory) treats for friends and family. These mixes can also be budget-wise shortcuts for everyday meal preparation.
Learn how with Mary Anne Burns. We will sample some finished mixes and make up some jars to take home for holiday gifts.
New Haven, Mo. - Volunteers are needed to set up and staff this event. If you can spare an hour or two, you’ll be recieve a $5 coupon for each hour you work.
The coupons are good for any items on the book sale tables.
Meet Pete the cat every Tuesday in August for Preschool Story time in New Haven. More infomration below.
Scenic Regional Library has seven branches covering Franklin, Gasconade, and Warren counties with their main branch located in Union, Mo. along with six additional branches located in New Haven, Hermann, Owensville, Pacific, St. Clair, and Warrenton.
We feel it is important for people to know about resources within their communities, which is why we are teaming up with Scenic Regional Library to help keep you informed and proved easy access to their site, filled with a wealth of great tools from eBooks to numerous databases, along with an online catalog making it easy to find a book before going to the library.
Here are a few events currently going on in New Haven and Union. Click here to download their August Newsletter.