“The Cereal Song,” written and performed by Dan Flannery and The Flannery Brothers
Danny Lion (a.k.a. Dan Flannery) will be back for another fantastic family concert on Saturday, October 4 at 10:30 a.m.
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The Friends of the Thomas Memorial Library are hosting their fabulous annual Fall Book & Bake Sale from October 16 – 18.
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Artist Christine Morgan; photo by Sarah Beard Buckley
During the month of September, the Thomas Memorial Library Gallery will feature a collection of original abstracts and commissioned pet portraits 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 Portland and Southwest Harbor, Maine, respectively.
One of Christine’s favorite activities is going on beach walks in Cape Elizabeth at sunset with her husband and two, eight-month 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.
The exhibit can be seen from September 1 – September 30. A reception, open to the public, will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 25, 2014. Most works are for sale.
Our 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.
Thirteen new titles have been added to our list of Forthcoming Popular Fiction. You can place a hold on these titles now to reduce your wait time.
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We 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.