Martial arts instructors Paul & Rosalie DiCrescenzo will lead participants in an introductory workshop in both unarmed Kung Fu practice, as well as basic sword techniques.
The program will take place on Thursday, September 29 at 3:30 p.m. The workshop is free, but advance registration is required.
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Join martial arts instructions Paul & Rosalie DiCriscenzo on Thursday, September 29 at 6:30 p.m. for a presentation and workshop on the healing benefits of this gentle martial arts practice. FMI: Please click here.
For Parents and Caregivers with Babies & Toddlers
Sign up for this exciting five-week series of playtime programs. Play and learn in a setting filled with educational toys and fun activities. Discuss various parenting topics with community experts who be on hand to answer your questions. Click here for complete details and registration information.
Thursday, October 6
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Geri Vistein, a Maine-based conservation biologist, will join us for a fascinating audiovisual presentation that explores this important, resilient carnivore and its presence here in Maine.
Vistein will discuss the complex interrelationship of coyotes and humans, touching upon anthropology, archaeology, prehistoric and modern history, Native American life, poetry, human psychology, wildlife science and ecology, and much more. The program will also give the audience a chance to ask questions and share a dialogue that will help us to understand better our very deep-rooted relationships with all life, including our fellow humans. Click here for more details.
The library is now open from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays, so make us part of your weekend routine! All other library hours remain the same.
Our fall story times and after school programs have been posted! Click here to for the full schedule, and to download fall program flyers.
Paper Sculptures by artist Karen Brooks will be on display for September in the Stier Family Gallery. Using her own painted papers and up-cycled materials, the work is influenced by nature, story and spirit. The exhibit ranges from nearly flat artwork framed on the wall to sculptural forms and book art in display cases. All works shown are available for purchase. The exhibit will run through the end of September. For more information on the artist’s work, visit www.karenbrooksartwork.com