Early Literacy Programs ~ Fall 2018

Joan Dempsey~Author Talk & Book Signing

Tuesday September 18th at 7:00 pm Winner of the 2017 Maureen Egen Writers Exchange Award from Poets & Writers, and named by Poets & Writers magazine as one of “5 more over 50” writers to watch, Joan Dempsey is the author of the novel, This Is How It Begins, which won the bronze 2018 Independent Publisher Book Award for …

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Libraries Rock! Summer Mystery Puzzle

Mystery in the South Berwick Library… Clue #1 Library Staff has installed hidden mystery puzzle that is at the Library as part of our Libraries Rock! summer theme. Puzzle Rules Staff will answer yes or no questions only. Prize The first person to give a staff member the complete information about the Libraries Rock! mystery …

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South Berwick Survey

You are invited to take a 5 minute survey about life in South Berwick Sponsored by the Library Advisory Board on behalf of the Town of South Berwick

Summer Programs for Children Under 6

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Libraries Rock!

Libraries Rock!

Visit the Library to get punches on your Loyalty Cards, your raffle tickets and your prizes! The program ends August 31st.  

ReadME Maine Humanities Council Statewide Summer Read

River Talk

  Chosen by Maine writer Paul Doiron for the  2018 Maine Humanities ReadME summer program   Maine Calling August 22 1:00-2:00 pm  Maine Public Radio’s Jennifer Rooks will do a live call-in book discussion on these titles   Nonfiction Selection: Settled in the Wild by Susan Shetterly “Voices like Susan Hand Shetterly’s are soothing . . …

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Rainy Day LEGO

  Is It a Rainy Summer Day? If the Community Room is free the Library staff will bring out the LEGO bin for free play supervised by parents and caregivers.    

Adult Book Discussion~Just Mercy

Lilac Girls

      Wednesday September 5th at 7:00 pm Just Mercy: a story of justice and redemption by Bryan Stevenson “  “Just Mercy is every bit as moving as To Kill a Mockingbird, and in some ways more so. . . . [It] demonstrates, as powerfully as any book on criminal justice that I’ve ever read, the extent to …

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