We now have free passes to the Southworth Planetarium! We are able to give out 7 passes a week, each pass is good for a family of up to 6 people.Stop by the library if you are interested. A fun thing to do with the family on summer vacationhttp://usm.maine.edu/planet
Story Time is the firstThursday of every month. Come enjoy a story, snack and craft with friends.All ages welcome.
Next LEGO Club will be July 23rd Come build what’s in your imagination
***BOOK SALE will be held inside the library on Saturday, July 30th 9am to 1pm***
Minecraft Club! We will resume our regular monthly Minecraft Club in September. Contact Cathy at email@example.com for more info on Minecraft Club.
*Thank you for supporting our 3 week return policy. Please call/email to renew.
Thank you Derek Volk for coming to our library and sharing your story! His book is a must read, “Chasing the Rabbit: A Dad’s Life Raising a Son on the Spectrum.” Also check out his website, chasingtherabbit.org .
We would like to thank John Ford, Sr., and Mark Nickerson, for sharing their stories today at the library! Please stop by the library to check out John’s books “Suddenly, The Cider Didn’t Taste So Good,” “This Cider Still Tastes Funny!,” and his newest book “Deer Diaries.” Be sure to check out Mark’s book, “Blue Lights in the Night.” We will soon have his 2nd book, stay tuned! We are open Tuesday and Thursday from 4 to 8, and Saturday from 9 to 1. Stop on by!
There’s still time to come in and check out the “Tech Petting Zoo”! What is that, you ask? A fun way to learn about some of the tablets and e-readers that are out on the market today. Want to try one out before you purchase your own? Come visit us Saturday, July 25th or Tuesday, July 28th to look them over. Sit in one of our comfy chair and play with them for a bit!
And on Tuesday, July 28th at 6pm, you don’t want to miss the live demonstration of a 3-D printer!! It is amazing to see what this machine can do! Jared Leadbetter, from the Maine State Library, will be answering any questions you have about the printer, the tablets or e-readers, or any other tech-related question you might have.
The 3-D printer as well as the tablets and e-readers are on temporary loan from the Maine State Library.