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Coming Soon
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Every Tuesday 1 to 3 pm Fiber/textiles group. All knitters, crotcherers, needlepointers, and others who want the company of others who share their passion for fiber arts are encouraged to come and join in on these open sessions in the "Ladies Parlor" room of the library.
Every Wednesday 10:00–11:00 am

Tai Chi for Health. Tai Chi helps: Increase strength, flexibility, and balance; improve heart/lung function; reduce stress; and alleviate Pain To register, or for more information contact Shannon Schimpf at 460-7218 or schimpfs8346@gmail.com. Sponsored by Healthy Acadia.

Every Thursday 1 to 3 pm American Mahjong group. Beginners as well as experienced players are welcome to come an join the fun. Patient instruction for those who have never played. Downstairs in the Holland Room.
August During library hours Art in the Library. featuring the work of Barbara Snapp. Barbara has been painting for 15 years and writing poetry for 10 years. Somewhere along the way, she realized that the two forms of expression often resonated and reflected each other. Sometimes the painting came first. Other times Barbara used poetry to crystallize an emotion or idea that she wanted to explore in a painting. Paintings in the exhibit range from landscapes to portraits to animal studies. The poems cover topics from creativity to DNA to frog calls … and more. Opening reception on Monday August 5th from 6 to 7:30 pm.
August 27th 4 pm

Book Club. Will discuss The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton. Free and open to all. Copies of the book are available at the library. **CANCELLED**

August 30th 3 to 5 pm

Bess the Book Bus and Darling's Ice Cream for a Cause. Bring your children of all ages to the Camden National Bank parking lot in Milbridge to pick out a free book from the bus and enjoy an ice cream (Donations to the ice cream truck will be given to Bess the Book Bus.) The bank will provide popcorn and Maeve Perry will be back again to do face painting.

August 31st 5 pm

Silent Auction with Baked Bean Supper to follow at 6 pm. There will be a wide variety of items to bid on including donations of artwork from local artists, gift certificates from local businesses, and much more. While examining the auction items and visiting with Steuben area friends, attendees can enjoy a selection of elegant hors d’oeuvres and punch. The supper menu includes baked beans, macaroni and cheese, hot dogs, coleslaw, corn muffins, gingerbread with whipped cream, coffee and tea. Admission to the supper is by donation

September During library hours Art in the Library. featuring the work of Justin Kistne, who will present a variety of his artistic ceramic tiles, paintings, photographs, drawings, etc. throughout the month. His show will be available for viewing during library hours. Justin was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and graduated from the Cincinnati Academy of Design. After a career in screen printing and graphic design he started his own company, Gild'n Tile. He relocated to Maine two years ago and resides in Milbridge His ceramic tiles are unique one of a kind pieces hand cut by using an exacto blade. Justin does custom work for anyone's taste. The only limitations are the colors of metal, mirror leaf and the size of tile that can be made available. The inspiration for his works comes from people, places and things. Most art pieces are for sale.
September 12th 6 pm

Talk on Maine's Fort Knox. Mr. Bill Pupkis, of the Friends of Fort Knox, will be sharing his knowledge about the history of the Fort including why and when it was built, where the materials came from, how long it took to construct, and if the cannons were ever fired. He will also have photos and a slideshow to round it all out. Light refreshments will be provided. Free, though donations to the Library are gratefully accepted.

September 20th 6:00 pm

Movie. "The Secret Life of Pets 2". PG. 86 min. Continuing the story of Max and his pet friends, his owner is now married and has a toddler, Liam. Max is so worried about protecting the boy that he develops a nervous tic. On a family trip to a farm, Max and mutt Duke encounter canine-intolerant cows, hostile foxes and a terrifying turkey, all of which only elevates Max's anxiety. Admission is free and refreshments are sold by donation.

 


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