Children’s Program Survey

How can we make our children’s programs work for you?  Please answer this quick survey and feel free to comment further if you have some ideas. TAKE SURVEY  

Gotta See It Summer Film Series

    Sing Tuesday August  22 5:00 pm Dapper Koala Buster Moon presides over a once-grand theater that has fallen on hard times. An eternal optimist, and a bit of a scoundrel, he loves his theater above all and will do anything to preserve it. Facing the crumbling of his life’s ambition, he takes one final chance …

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Summer Story Times!

  Wednesdays 0-2-years-old 10:30-11:00 3-6-years-old 2:00-3:00 Story times will be held in community room or outdoors (weather pending) Every week is a different theme, but each week you can expect singing, rhyming, movement, activities, play, and of course stories!    

The Psychology of Money

What’s Your Personal Relationship with Money and How Does it Affect How You Use it? Join Robin Barstow, clinical social worker, who has discovered that a great many people have never wondered about their personal understanding and relationship with money.  So, they do not know their thoughts about money and how they may be affecting …

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Maine Author Series

Kathy Eliscu  Tuesday September 12    7:00 pm   Kathy writes on her blog, “the biggest thing my lame fingers have done recently, while repeatedly making the same mistakes at the keyboard, is Not Even Dark Chocolate Can Fix This Mess, a humor novel for women, published by Maine Authors Publishing. And I don’t care what …

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Adult Book Discussion~Molly Spotted Elk: a Penobscot in Paris

Wednesday September 6th  at 7:00 pm “”Molly Spotted Elk: a Penobscot in Paris”  by Bunny MacBride     Library Journal review “From 1494 on, Native Americans have held a niche in show business while facing special trials. Here, journalist/ anthropologist McBride empathetically reconstructs the life of famed “Indian entertainer” Molly Spotted Elk, using the rare …

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Lego & Duplo Club

LEGO Club Wednesdays 3:30-4:30        Ages 3-10 All are welcome to join LEGO club! Children are welcome to free build or join the challenge offered each week. August 2: Lego Skyscraper How tall can you go? Children will be challenged to build their tallest tower. August 9: Lego MYSTERY Challenge Each child will receive …

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Exploring Death

Surveying Our Choices for Living & Celebrating the Last Bit of Our Lives   “Re-Thinking End of Life”  Tuesday September 19 at 7:00 pm. A screening of “How to Die in Oregon” followed by a community discussion. Attend to gain greater insight into the legal and ethical concerns of aid-in-dying, and learn more about Maine’s own history …

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