Late Summer Hay, by Rose Kennealy
Paintings by local artist Rose Kennealy will be on display the library’s gallery space this month. A reception will be held after the library closes on Friday, November 7 from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Rose Kennealy is a Maine coast landscape artist who often paints the interface of the land, sea and sky. She was educated in the Imaging Arts and Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology and has been painting in Maine for 15 years. Rose is a colorist whose images are often reported to make people feel happy. Her work hangs in private and corporate collections across the United States.
We have a new, easier-to-use, online registration system for our Read to a Dog program. Children in grades K – 8 can register for 15 minute time slots to read to Winston or Maddie, the library’s two therapy dogs. Winston, a Golden Retriever, is here on Wednesdays after school, and Maddie, a Black Lab, is here on Thursdays after school. For more information about the Read to a Dog program, please click here. To go directly to online registration for the dogs, please click here.
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.
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.
We are about to begin reorganizing our picture books to make them easier for children and parents to browse, but we need your help.
Please take a few moments to fill out a brief survey by visiting this page. Thanks!
A little library history…
TML first opened its doors close to 100 years ago! It’s had a few renovations and additions since then, but none in the last 30 years or so.… Read more.