Cape resident and Master Naturalist Erika Rhile will discuss the laws the govern the possession of wildlife artifacts in Maine, and share unbelievable true stories of the illegal wildlife trade in our state. Actual wildlife artifacts will be on hand–see if you can tell which ones are legal to own. Don’t miss this fascinating and thought-provoking program! FMI: Please click here.
Come to the next session of The Read-Through, our monthly play-reading group–no theater experience (or talent!) necessary, just a desire to have fun with a great group of people.
This month, the group will be reading through The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde. The group will meet on Tuesday, May 21 from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
For more information on this fun monthly program, please click here.
Thirty-three new titles have been added to our list of Forthcoming Popular Fiction this month. You can place a hold on these titles now to reduce your wait time. … Read more.
Twenty-five new titles have been added to our list of Forthcoming Popular Fiction this month. You can place a hold on these titles now to reduce your wait time. … Read more.
That’s right–there are no more library overdue fines. Why?
We trust that everyone will remember that library materials are meant to be shared by entire community.
But if you forget…
- We will remind you.
- And we might remind you again.
- If you still don’t return items so that others may borrow them, we will bill you for their replacement cost.
It’s just that simple.
Have some questions?
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A total of 151 children and caregivers attended story times at the library this week. Our theme for the week was Dinosaurs!… Read more.