Celebrate Food Day October 24!

Fresh vegetables fallingIn recognition of Food Day, we have a special display featuring books and other materials related to local farms, kitchen gardens, food production, and healthy foods in our lobby area. We also have a special preschool story time on Friday, October 24 from 10:30 – 11:15 a.m. called “From Farm to Table,” which will feature stories, songs, and crafts with the theme of growing and eating healthy fruits and vegetables. Thanks to the Cape Farm Alliance for partnering with us on our Food Day festivities! You can sign up to receive the Cape Farm Alliance’s “What’s Fresh,” newsletter here!




Thomas Memorial Library now carries a Maine Citizen’s Guide to the Referendum Election at the adult reference desk. Patrons may stop by at any time before the November 4th general election and make use of it as a resource.

Want to join a book group?

Pile of BooksOur Evening Book Group has spaces available for new members!  The group meets on the third Thursday of every month from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.  Books alternate each month between nonfiction and fiction titles. Selections are chosen by the group’s members, and a copy of the book will be interlibrary loaned for each participant.

If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Adult/Young Adult Librarian Kevin Goody.

Tate House Museum Passes Available!

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.


Our Summer Hours Begin June 14

Child's Shovel and Pail at the BeachBeginning June 14, the library will close at 1:00 p.m. on Saturdays.  All other hours remain the same. Regular full-day hours on Saturdays will resume on September 6.