Henry D. Moore Parish House and Library • Steuben, ME

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Coming Soon
Date Time Event
Mondays 3:30 - 5 pm Pokémon TCG Club. Do you or your children collect Pokémon cards and want to learn how to build a deck and play with them? Already know how to play and want to practice and earn prizes? Then join us at the library on Mondays at 3:30 pm! The Pokémon Trading Card Game is a great tool for developing mathematical, strategic, and social skills while having fun! No cards or experience required for participation. All first-time attendees will receive a ready-to-play starter deck and other introductory materials! Attendees will receive points for showing up, playing, and for completing other activities! Points can be traded in for cards and other prizes. For ages 8-14. Any questions should be directed to Chase Uy (chase@eaglehill.us).
Wednesdays 10:30 am Yoga Class. The instructor is Paul Nix, a teacher with 20+ years teaching experience. Classes are intended for any experience level and designed to be co-ed. He practices basic Hatha yoga, focusing on alignment, breathing, holding poses for 5-6 breaths. The goal is for you to be more relaxed when leaving the class than when you arrived. You will need a yoga mat.
Wednesdays 1:30 – 3:30 pm Craft, Games, and Chat. Come enjoy good company, work on a project, or play cribbage. Mahjong is also available if there are at least 3 players.
Ongoing During Library hours Arts/crafts in the Library. Shop local for your gifts. Art/crafts for sale in the library during library hours. Artists/crafters include Joanne Beal, Jeanne Benedict, Karen Dow, Elizabeth Dyak, Jillian, Justin Kistner, Earthly Suds Co., and Jeanne Vautour. Shop local and support area artists.
June 2nd 6 pm Movie Night. "Scoob!" The Movie". PG. 1 hr 33 min. Family/mystery. With hundreds of cases solved and adventures shared, Scooby and the gang face their biggest, most challenging mystery ever -- a plot to unleash the ghost dog Cerberus upon the world. As they race to stop this global dog-pocalypse, the gang discovers that Scooby has a secret legacy and an epic destiny greater than anyone could have imagined.  The movie is free and refreshments will be sold by donation.
June 10th 9 am to 1 pm Craft Fair and Bake Sale.We’ll have two rooms full of crafters and a large bake sale.  If you can help us out by donating something for the bake sale, we would really appreciate it - breads, cookies, pies, cakes, donuts, candy, etc. We’d also love to have some gluten free or dairy free items if you have a favorite recipe.
June 19th 6 pm Talk—From Park-like Setting to Buried Treasure: Restoring the Forests of Downeast Maine. Presented by Erika Zina Gakovich. Four hundred years ago the landscape of Downeast was a very different place. Prior to 1600, "Maine" was a paradise of massive Hemlocks Oaks, Ash, Maples, White and Silver Birches, Poplar groves, Beech, Elm, Tamarack Pine, Jack Pine, Red Pine and the iconic Eastern White Pine - the state tree of Maine. The first Explorers to Maine described this land as a "park-like setting". How can we return to that glorious place? Join us for an investigation of the centuries and a vision for the future. Learn about the magic of "controlled burning" as land and tick management and how we can increase the movement of game through a stewarded, more biologically diverse, landscape.


Looking Ahead
Date Time Event
July 6–8   Book Sale