For kids in grades 3 – 6
Kids meet monthly with Felicia Mazzone from the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland, along with a live animal friend from the shelter. Learn about the work that the shelter does, and help Felicia with projects to benefit shelter animals.
The club meets one Thursday a month from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
January 17: Careers for people who like to work with animals
February 14: Valentine’s treats for pets
March 21: Animal safe candy choices
April 25: Making toys for pets
May 16: Shelter Helpers Project to benefit shelter animals
No registration necessary!
The Food Pantry is open every week now to help out families in need of food support. The pantry’s weekly schedule means we are now running out of kids’ donated books! If you are purging book shelves, we’d love to pass along your nearly-new books to our friends at the food pantry. You can drop those off at the front desk, or downstairs in the kids’ room. No magazines, water-damaged, or torn pages, please!
FMI about the Book Fairy Project, please click here!
Here’s a link to an excellent article about this project in the Sentry.
Mark your calendars for our first-annual Cape Con! For more information, click here!
This summer, we have some awesome teen volunteers who will be Reading Buddies with your child. Make an appointment for your child to read with their buddy here at the library! Click here for more information, and to book an appointment!
Join author Karen Richards Toothaker as she shares her picture book The Rag Doll Gift, and then make your own rag doll to take home and love! Perfect for families with children ages 5 and up, although younger children are also welcome with a parent’s help. No registration necessary!
Saturday, May 19
3:00 – 3:45 p.m.
We are thrilled to have the Maine3Railers Model Train Club here with a fabulous model train display, as well as story times, giveaways from Amtrak Downeaster, and a special appearance by singer/songwriter Jud Caswell. Click here for the complete schedule!