While the Library remains closed we have begun to offer some virtual programs. See the calendar for listings.
Events for December 10, 2019
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Need help with email, an iPad, or some other piece of technology? Reference Librarian Sharon Pietryka will be available for drop-in help every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon at the 3rd Floor computers. Contact Sharon Pietryka at firstname.lastname@example.org or 338-3884 ext. 25 with any questions.Find out more »
Weekly short, interactive playtime especially for babies and toddlers with their caregivers. Time for play and exploration on the children's floor. And time for kids and caregivers to get to know one another. Tips about great books, songs, and games for this age group. Midcoast Music Together sessions once per month.Find out more »
Presentation with Debbie Mitchell Sometimes it takes a gentle nudge or a friendly shove to take your art to the next level. Beginning painting at 65, I felt the need to replicate things in my painting. A wonderful teacher, Kris Engman, encouraged me to move away from the representational painting, and find something which was […]Find out more »
Join us on the children's floor on Tuesdays, December 10 & 17 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. for holiday craftmaking. Paint your own ornaments and sew and fill ornamental sachets to give as holiday gifts or decorate your home. All materials will be provided. Recommended for ages 8 and up. Younger participants are welcome with an […]Find out more »
The Demise of the Local Newspaper-Tom Groening and Jay Davis At one time Belfast, population about 5,000, had three weekly newspapers, The Repblican Journal, The Waldo Independent and Village Soup. Anyone who wanted to understand what was happening in town read both The Republican Journal and The Waldo Independent every Thursday. Those days are over; access to local news is limited in communities all […]Find out more »