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The library will be closed
Monday, May 30
for Memorial Day.

Have a nice long weekend, everyone!

Tate House Museum

Tate House HubbellWe have library passes for the Tate House Museum, a national historic landmark built in 1755 in Portland, Maine. Visit Portland’s only colonial home open to the public, imagine domestic life in an 18th century home and garden, and discover the mast trade and its part in the American Revolution!

These are available from June through October, and one pass is good for up to four individuals (not for groups or organizations).

For more information about the Tate House Museum, visit their web site or call (207) 774-6177.


“Zany, Majestic Bard” on Tuesday, May 31!

Shakespeare wearing Groucho Marx glasses“The Zany, Majestic Bard” is a one-hour performance-lecture created and performed by David Greenham. Presented in partnership with the Maine Humanities Council, this lively, fun, and educational performance will delight and surprise audiences of all ages.

The program includes history, a brief guide on how to read and understand the text, the opportunity to hear some Shakespeare, and plenty of good jokes.

The program is free, and will take place in the library’s Community Room on:

Tuesday, May 31
6:30 -7:30 p.m.

FMI: Please click here.

Works by Christine Morgan on Display in May

camtheartistDuring the month of May, the Stier Family Gallery at Thomas Memorial Library will feature a new collection of original abstract expressionistic sunset oil painting by Cape Elizabeth artist Christine Morgan. A graduate of UMass Dartmouth, with formal training in Fine Arts and Visual Arts, Christine believes “everyday life is a colorful palette, waiting to be expressed on canvas through expressionistic, bold brushstrokes.” Her paintings have been exhibited at a number of galleries in Maine, including the Lewis Gallery and Wing Spread Gallery in Northwest Harbor and Southwest Harbor, Roux and Cry International Fine Art Gallery in Portland, Maine, respectively. One of Christine’s favorite activities is going on beach walks in Cape Elizabeth and Scarborough at sunset with her husband and two, 2 years old miniature American Eskimo puppies. Of late, she has delighted in immortalizing her love of Maine’s beaches in abstract seascapes painted with oils on wood panel and canvas with wonderful texture. The exhibit can be seen from May 1st – 31st. A reception, open to the public, will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 12, 2016. All works are for sale.


"Into the Pool," by Christine Morgan