The Library will close at 6:25 on Tuesday
September 16 for the special event below!
Authors - John Ford, Retired Game Warden
and Mark Nickerson, Retired State Trooper
"Blue Lights and Funny Cider"
Tuesday, September 16 - 6:30 PM
at the Golden Harvest Grange on Route 2
Click for "Blue Lights and Funny Cider
Click for Ford and Nickerson Biographies
3rd Saturday of the month
9:00 to 1:00 and maybe later
Ye Ole General Store
Adult Book and Craft Hour: Each Thursday from 6:00 to 7:00. Bring
your handiwork to share. Need some help with a craft? One of us
may be able to help you. Read a good book? Come tell us about it!
|Top Secret Twenty-One by Janet Evanovich|
|Written in My Own Heart's Blood by Diane Gabaldon|
|Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King|
|Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline|
|Robopocalypse & Robogenesis by Daniel H. Wilson|
|The Last Kind Word Saloon by Larry McMurtry|
|Global Weirdness: Severe Storms, Deadly Heatwaves, etc.|
|Wilderness Within, Wilderness Without by Bridget Besaw|
|A Wilderness Ranger's Journal: Rendezvous at Devils Elbow|
|by Tim Caverly|
|Allagash Tails Presents Wilderness Wildlife by Tim Caverly|
| City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare|
|Divergent, Insurgent and Alligiant byVeronica Roth|
THURSDAY NIGHT CRAFT/READ GROUP
On Thursday nights crafters meet at the library.
Any crafter is welcome to join us as we discuss
our projects and the books that we are reading.
If you are a "foodie, or just enjoy a mystery
with delicious recipes included, then you might
like the Hannah Swensen Mystery series,
complete with recipes. One of our patron's
commented that the latest book, "Cinnamon
Roll Murder" was an enjoyable read and not too
heavy a mystery.
|Click the link above to get information
about downloading free books from the
Maine InfoNet Download Library and
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AFFORDABLE CARE ACT GO
TO THE HELPFUL LINKS PAGE.
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