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Library Hours

Mon, Tue & Thu:
9 AM to 8 PM

Wed, Fri & Sat:
9 AM to 5 PM

Sunday
1 PM to 5 PM

Closed Federal &
State Holidays


Book Stop Hours

Tues - Fri: 
10 AM to 1 PM

Saturday:
10 AM to 4 PM 

 


 


News

Thursday,  February 5 at 6:00 PM
Introduction to Beekeeping

Peter Lammert,  a long time member of the Knox-Lincoln Beekeepers Association will give an introduction to honey bee keeping. Lammert will give an overview of the equipment needed to keep honey bees, as well as where to get honey bees, how to hive them, and take care of them for the year.




Saturdays, February 7 and  14 at 2:00PM
Dancing with Jessica

Part of The Arts for Kids and their Families series. With Jessica from the Rockland School of Ballet.  First class will be an overview of several dance types including Ballet, Contemporary, Lyrical, Jazz, and Tap.  Second class will be a continuation, teaching basic moves and steps.  Suitable for children ages 9-12, although all are welcome; no sign up needed.



Thursday, February 12 at 6:00 PM
Documentaries  & Discussion: Getting to Know Us

Getting to Know Us is a series of documentaries produced by six Midcoast Maine nonprofit organizations (Georges River Land Trust, Herring Gut, Speaking Place , Maine Women's Fund, Farnsworth Museum , & Midcoast Community Chorus). Each organization has created a short documentary film that highlights people making a difference in our community. Read more...


*New* Memoir Writing Workshops
Tuesdays from 10:00 AM- 11:30 AM

Working on a memoir or just interested in memoir writing? Come to these ongoing writing workshops. Everyone is invited; bring something to read, or just come and listen. For more information, please contact Dorothy Nyman at 596-0363.
 

 “Let’s Talk About It” Book Group


Next month's title for “The Mirror of Maine: The Maine Community in Myth and Reality” book group is A Maine Hamlet  and participants will meet on Saturday February 7 at 10:30 AM in the Library’s Community Room to discuss it.  Mary Alice Brennan, a scholar provided by the Maine Humanities Council facilitates the discussions. Books for the program are available for loan at the library.  Please call the library at 594-0310 to register and come in to pick up next month's book.


 

Let's Draw January Themes!
Children's Drawing Classes

Tuesdays at 4:00 PM in the Community Room. This ongoing series of free weekly drawing workshops are for children 6 and up. Children will draw winter animals and scenes this January, at  ongoing drawing workshops led by artist Catinka Knoth.  Winter subjects may include arctic animals such as polar bears, penguins, snowy owls, hares, and foxes; houses in a snowy landscape, and winter sports. Materials are provided.


Mondays at 11:00 AM
Adult Drawing Classe
s

Catinka Knoth  will lead an art workshop series for adults, on creating scenes such as evergreen trees in snow, lacy snow covered branches,  buildings in a snowy landscape, winter animals, and winter sports. Each week will be a different subject. Free of charge, with materials supplied. (Class will not be held on January 19.)
 

 

 

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