Students try our tabletop shadow puppet theater at the CEMS Festival of Curiosity on 6/2/17.
If you are in middle school or high school and are interested in art, storytelling, and theater, this program is for you. We are seeking a group of volunteers to create shadow puppets, and write and perform shadow puppet plays for young children throughout the summer. FMI: Please click here!
From June 17 through September 2, 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 10.
Want to know what’s new at the library for you to borrow? We have created a blog to highlight our newest acquisitions called Check This Out!
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Beginning March 1, Maine libraries are switching to Bibliotheca’s Cloud Library by 3M because it is more user friendly, gives us access to more titles and allows school libraries to join in on the fun!
You will be able to sync your ebooks & audiobooks between 6 devices automatically and even be able to stream audiobooks using wifi instead of downloading. We can also now add parental passwords for families. The improvements are endless!
You will need to download a “new” app called Cloud Library. Content will remain largely unchanged, but Kindle E ink devices will no longer be supported. The new app is fun and easy to use. You’ll find complete details here!
If you are at least 16 years old, you can apply to be a Teen Leader at the library’s new after school program for elementary and middle school kids. The program takes place on weekdays from 2:30 – 5:00. You can download the details here.
If you would like to apply, you will find the online application form here.
Postcrossing is a non-profit organization whose goal is to get people to send and receive actual, written postcards to and from other members around the world. The library has had an account for about four months–a display of the postcards we received can be viewed in the lobby. We plan to set up a monthly Postcrossing Club for members to share postcards they’ve received, and to swap blank postcards to send. You can set up your free account by going to Postcrossing, where you will also find out more information about how it works. If you have questions about Postcrossing or our plans for the club, please email Rachel Davis.