The Friends of the Newbury Town Library invite you to our annual Harvest Fest.  Please join us for a fun day out with your family and support our library on Saturday, October 13 from 10am to 2pm at NTL.  Here’s what’s happening this year:

  • Loaf and Ladle Tasting and Competition/prizes awarded.   To register please click here:  Enter Loaf & Ladle Contest.
  • Literary Pumpkin Contest/prizes awarded, pick up a registration form at NTL or print the form at:   Enter Pumpkin Contest
  • Baked goods, mac-and-cheese, and drinks available for purchase.
  • Children’s activities.
  • Amazing raffle prizes.
  • “Newbury” Author Talk.
  • Lois M. Anderson Community Room Commemoration.  

Thank you for helping to support NTL programs, resources, and services.   Please feel free to download, save and print our  Annual Harvest Fest flyer 

For questions and/or support, please contact us:    friendsofnewburytownlibrary@gmail.com. 

Thank you!



We are a dedicated group of volunteers committed to raising funds to benefit the library.  All proceeds benefit NTL and all donations are tax deductible.  Everyone is welcome to join our Board of Directors.  Please contact us if you are interested:  friendsofnewburytownlibrary@gmail.com  or mail:  Friends of Newbury Town Library, Inc;  0 Lunt Street, Byfield, MA  01922.

“I LOVE NTL” Bumper stickers are free and available at the Circulation Desk!

2017-2018 Board Members: 

President:  Maureen Haley
Vice President: Tammy Cotter
Treasurer:  Pam Myers-Kinney
Secretary:  Patty Olson
Project Assistant:  Joan Friedman

We welcome new Board Members!  Please let us know your area of interest such as advertising & PR,  creating posters & signs, organization of books and lists, etc.  We would love to sit down and talk with you !  There’s no commitments other than attending monthly meetings at NTL and volunteering to help at Events.

Mission Statement:  The Friends of the Newbury Town Library, Inc. is a volunteer organization primarily focused on raising funds to support the Library and staff, to enhance the resources and services of the Library and to enrich the community.  As a non-profit 501c3, it is a legally distinct organization and all donations are fully tax deductible.