“The Heavens Might Crack: the death & legacy of Martin Luther King”

Jason Sokol will open our 2019 Winter Series speaking as a historian about the legacy of race and racism in the post-King era. His newest book, “The Heavens Might Crack: the death and legacy of Martin Luther King,” is one of the 6 books to read upon the 50 year anniversary of King’s assassination by …

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Friday Fun!

Join us on random Fridays every month at 3:30 for Friday Fun! A completely drop in craft and activity program for school aged kids. Projects will range from simple crafts to STEM activities! Programs will run from 3:30-4:30pm. December’s Friday Fun Events are: December 7: Vote on Facebook! Cinnamon Ornaments or Gingerbread Dough December 28: …

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Tween Time

Ages 9+ December 11, 5:30 Tweens and teens (ages 9+ only!) are invited to a craft party at the library! We supply the materials, you make the craft. This month we’ll be no-baking up a storm! Tweens & Teens can join us to make a variety of no-bake treats to save or gift!

STEM Challenges!

STEM Challenges! Ages 7+ Holiday Light Circuits – December 19, 3:30 Learn all about simple circuits in this hands on workshop! We’ll be using recycled materials to experiment with parallel and series circuits. Water Filters – December 27, 2:30 Do you have what it takes to craft a working water filter out of every day …

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Shadows Fall North~Documentary Film

Tuesday     Feb. 5         7:00   “Shadows Fall North” seeks to answer the question: What happens when we move toward a fuller understanding of our history by including all voices? The documentary focuses on the efforts of two dedicated historic preservationists and activists, Valerie Cunningham (co-author of Black Portsmouth: Three Centuries of African …

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Maine Library Tax Checkoff


LEGO Club Every Wednesday 3:30-4:30. All ages welcome!