UNcode a PB&J

What is a program? A program is a set of instructions that describe the actions we want a computer to take to reach the desired result. How well can you code a program? Find out in this STEM Challenge! Participants aged 7+ will be challenged to create a program instructing Danielle the Robot in how …

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Cardboard Stackers

Calling all aspiring architects! Using cardboard stackers can you build the tallest tower? The coolest castle? The strongest bridge? Come play and build in this fun all ages program.

Idea Squad

Calling all library super-users aged 10 and up! The library will be starting an advisory board just for you to share what you’d like from the library! Come have snacks and discuss what we can do to improve the library! Joining the Idea Squad is a great way to earn some community service hours, and …

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Google It! Fun STEAM for All Ages Night

Tuesday   March 26th          6:30  p.m.    For all ages “Google It” author Anna Crowley Redding  will be at the  Library to share the history of Google and   In “Google It,” Redding shares a story of innovation, personal and intellectual bravery, and of shooting for the moon in order to change the …

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How to Help your Autistic, ADHD, or Quirky Kid Thrive Naturally

A photo of a child

Tuesday April 2  at 7:00 pm Living with a child who has ADHD or Autism—or who’s just very quirky—can leave you exhausted and hopeless. Medication may have negative side effects, or it might not work at all. These diagnoses might seem like a lifelong sentence that your child—and you—just have to live with. But things …

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Storyteller and Author Ron Furst

Wednesday April 10th 6:00 pm Join Ron Furst as he shares stories from his  new book,  “Summer Camp: a Maine Camp Director Remembers”  abut his forty years creating and leading  Camp Hawthorne,  located on Panther Pond, in Raymond, Maine.  Ron attracted campers from all over the country as well as many from the seacoast area who …

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Our Yearbooks are Online!

A picture of a 1994 Marshwood High School yearbook

We are so pleased to have completed the project of digitizing most of the South Berwick and Eliot high school yearbooks so they can be viewed online.  The project started in the spring of 2017 with the cooperation of  Marshwood High School librarian C. J. Mauger,  yearbook advisor Katie Gilpatrick, and William Fogg Memorial Library …

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Book Discussion Group

                             Wednesday     April 4,  2019     7:00 pm The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood   Written in 1986, and now a TV series, The Handmaid’s Tale is classic, dystopian, feminist literature.  It was one of the PBS “Great American Read” in 2018. …

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Maine Library Tax Checkoff

CloudLibrary Mobile App Changes

CloudLibrary Mobile App Improvements Coming February 25th   Changes include: Your long library barcode number easier to access Easier filtering Choices to browse a vertical list Manage multiple accounts more easily CloudLibrary support