6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
The seeds of Peter’s Civil War novel, Where Eagles Dare Not Perch, were planted with a high school project that involved him finding letters from a relative that fought in the Civil War. He went on to study history and is currently on the board of the 5th ME Regiment Museum on Peaks Island. His focus in this novel is on the grim reality of living through a war, on how much war changes individuals and society, and on how we then move on. This promises to be an excellent talk and discussion!
Copies of Peter’s book will be available for purchase and signing after the talk.
We’re excited to have the Harp Twins join us again this May. They played to a “sold out” house last time they were here, so plan to arrive early if you want a good seat!
Camille and Kennerly Kitt are identical twin actresses and electric/acoustic harpists, who compose, arrange, and perform as The Harp Twins. The Kitt sisters have released over 100 singles online, as well as six physical cover albums. As actresses, the Harp Twins have appeared in several films.
They play a mix of music that will astound and delight you. We hope you’ll join us!
We’re excited to announce that we’re partnering with Kanopy to bring you thousands of new movie titles you can stream to most digital devices. CLICK HERE to find out all the details.
Here’s a new update from Kanopy. Good stuff!
A24 ARRIVES ON KANOPY
A24’s critically-acclaimed films are now on Kanopy! A24 has built a strong reputation for high quality and intelligent indie cinema that tackles contemporary issues that exemplifies thoughtful entertainment, such as in the Oscar®- winning Moonlight and nominees like Lady Bird and The Florida Project
Our new Poematic Machine, located just across from the front desk, dispenses free poems at the turn of a dial. If you bring us a new poem to add to our Poematic machine, you’ll win a special prize! Ask at the front desk for details.
Thursday, 5/30/2019 – rescheduled from November 2018!
In 2010 Anne O’Regan left her home in Boston and traveled west to do what, on average, only 300 people accomplish each year. Starting in Campo, California on the Mexican border, she backpacked north for 2,650 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). Traveling through California, Oregon and Washington, she completed her thru-hike five months later in Manning Park, Canada.
Join us as Anne shares tales from the trail, and offers a unique visual presentation gleaned from over 3,000 photographs taken along the way.
(This talk was originally schedule in December but was snowed out!)
Click here and scroll down to learn more about Anne!