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Jan23
The South Berwick Conservation Commission is looking for two new members.
Click HERE for more information.
Click HERE for an application for the Conservation Commission or any other Town Committee.
Jan22
The South Berwick Transfer Station is actively recruiting attendants!  Are you looking to make some extra money?  Need to get out of the house?  We need qualified individuals willing to provide customer assistance to our residents.  Click HERE for a job description.  Applications can be found under the Human Resource Department tab or at Town Hall.
Jan21

South Berwick Library News, January 20, 2020
Local Film Night – “Rocketship” and “Flying Downhill” – Tues, Jan 28, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Join us for our first evening of films created by our friends and neighbors Bill Rogers & Fred Catalfo
1.  “Rocketship”:  Filmed on the streets of South Berwick & Rollinsford, this short film by Dover, NH resident Alfred Catalfo is not to be missed!   (15 min.)
2. “Flying Downhill”: the story of an American Icon – Bode Miller
This film is good cinema no matter what you think about skiing.  Movie producer-writer-cameraman-editor Bill Rogers worked on this bio-pic for seven years as alpine skier Bode Miller climbed to the top of the world of skiing. “Flying Downhill” is more than an action sports film. Rogers is fascinated by the man himself and how his origin as the son of hippie NH parents, inspired his sense of self and forged a very different kind of sports hero. (50 min.)

Book Discussion Group – Weds,  Feb 5 at 7:00 pm
“An Upriver Passamaquoddy” by Allen Sockabasin - Maine Bicentennial Selection for 2020
Allen Sockabasin is a renowned storyteller and author, and draws on memories and oral tradition to tell the story of the isolated Passamaquoddy village in Maine that he called home in the 1940s and 1950s.

The South Berwick Public Library book group meets the first Wednesday of every month and alternates between fiction and nonfiction selections.   Copies of this month’s selection are usually available at the library for anyone who wants to join us.  If we run out of copies you can order one through the MILS catalog to be delivered to South Berwick or ask us to do this for you.
For more information call 384-3308 or go to www.southberwicklibrary.org.

 

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