Upcoming Programs

Fridays, April 3, 10, 17, 24, 2015, 3 - 4:30 p.m., Lego Mania!  Ages, 7 and up, Conference Room

Lego2Calling all Lego enthusiasts!  If you like building with Lego blocks, you will love this NEW group for ages 7 and up that meets each Friday of the month, 3 to 4:30, from April 3rd through June 12th in the upstairs conference room. High school student and Lego pro, Tyler Field, will facilitate the group.  Just bring your own blocks and kits and let’s build together! For more information, contact the Mary Pinkham at the library, 633-3112, ext. 202.


Join us on Wednesday, May 13, 2015, 5:30-6:30 p.m., for a special series of programs on the state of farming and our food production system:  From Plot to Plate.  Session #1 will be a movie showing & discussion, “Growing Local,” with Ellen Sabina of the Maine Farmland Trust, to be held in the upstairs Conference Room.  

FarmerWhile “buying local” is on the rise, the stories in "Growing Local" make clear that small farms and access to locally produced food is not a sure thing.  In three short vignettes, we meet the young farm couple Ben and Taryn, who, on risky sweat-equity, have revitalized a famously fertile piece of farmland into a thriving community food hub. We meet artisanal butcher, Ben, who helps us better understand how healthier, thoughtful meat production can be supported and sustained, and we meet Richard and Adam, father/ son organic dairy farmers struggling to keep their family farm going. These poignant stories help us understand the interconnected fates of Maine’s small farms, consumers and the local food movement. Produced by Seedlight Pictures and Maine Farmland Trust.  Special guest, Ellen Sabina, with Maine Farmland Trust will discuss the film and answer questions. Register early for this event as seats are limited. Call  the library at 633-3112, or email Caroline at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   .

 saluteSession #3: Wednesday, May 20th, 5:30-6:30 p.m., European WWII Tour: “From France to Germany:  “Kilroy was Here - Wasn’t He?” with Dane Hartgrove




JapanSession #4: Wednesday, June 17, 5:30-6:30 p.m.,  Japan Journey & Book Review “Not One Thing” by Author & Traveler, Carolyn Locke

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Saturday Story Hour

Is it difficult for you to make Friday Story Hour?  Then, come on Saturday!  Thanks to our friend and faithful patron, Becky Alley, you can have that opportunity. 10:00 a.m. in the Children's Room.

Upcoming Events

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Children's Story Hour
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Children's Story Hour
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Children's Story Hour
Sat May 16 @10:00AM - 10:45PM
Children's Story Hour
Fri May 22 @10:00AM - 10:45PM
Children's Story Hour

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