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

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Coming Soon
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Mondays 3– 5 pm Craft and Chat. Come enjoy good company, work on a project, or play cribbage. Mahjong is also available if there are at least 3 players.
Mondays 3:30 - 5 pm Pokémon Trading Card Game. Starting September 18th. It is a great tool for developing mathematical, strategic, and social skills while having fun! No cards or experience required for participation. 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 – 3 pm Mahjong. Come enjoy a friendly game of Mahjong.
Ongoing During Library hours Art in the Library. Kristen Nabarrete will be our Featured Artist for the month of September. Kristen is a photographer based in Down East Maine. That makes it sound so simple, Actually it's a bit more complicated.Kristen is an entrepreneur running not one, but two hospitality businesses, who likes to escape in her “spare time” into the lost and every day places of her home state. Her images capture the raw beauty of classic Maine sights with unconventional frames & moody scenes.
September 15th 6 pm Movie Night. "Tad the Lost Explorer". PG. 1 hrs 32 min. Tad is a bored construction worker dreaming of a life of adventure until one day he is mistaken for a famous archeologist and that dream comes true. Whisked to Peru holding a sacred key, Tad helps Professor Lavrof and his beautiful daughter Sara as they race against evil treasure hunters in search of the Lost City of Paititi.  It’s the adventure of a lifetime in this hilarious, action-packed film the whole family will love.  The movie is free and refreshments will be sold by donation.
September 21st 1-3 pm Downeast Community Partner’s Climate Corps is committed to helping low and middle-income communities in Hancock and Washington county. To this end, they would like to have the opportunity to meet local residents on a personal basis, in order to engage with them on the benefits of Energy Efficiency and DIY solutions, as well as how some of these topics relate to broader problems in the community, such as old housing stock, asbestos or climate change


Looking Ahead
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