Adult Book Group - The March discussion
has been delayed until April, so the book will be still be The
Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown. The next meeting will be
Thursday April 14th at 7:00pm at the library. New members are
Summer Meals for
Kids: Hungry children cannot learn. Lack of proper
nutrition during the summer months exacerbates the phenomenon
known as summer learning loss. The Summer Food Service Program,
also known as Summer Meals, is designed to fill the gap between
school years and give children the fuel they need to play, grow
and return to school ready to learn. Administered by the Maine
Department of Education and funded by the USDA, this program
provides free summer meals for kids and teens 18 and under. Stop
by the library to pick up a bookmark with program details or
http://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks for information
about a meal site in your area.
Playaway Views -
The library has recently acquired two Playaway Views, which are
easy to use all-in-one video players with preloaded content that
may be checked out by patrons. Our Playaways contain
the following children's material:
#1- PBS Kids Dinosaur Train(5
videos)-Valley of the Stygimolochs, I'm a T. Rex, One Smart
Dinosaur, Surprise Party and Elmer visits the Desert
#2- Growing Up and Getting Along(6
animated storybooks)- Down to the Sea with Mr. Magee, Enemy Pie,
Penelope and the Monsters, Pocketful of Kisses, Sink or Swim and
Tyson the Terrible.
Donations: The library
is accepting donations of plants, books in good condition and
baked goods. Please contact Sue Schroeder at 737-8810 if
you can help out with baking or donate plants. Books can
be dropped off during library hours any time prior to the sale.
Baked goods and plants should be delivered during normal hours
Thursday May 21st or by 9:00a.m. the morning of the sale.
Please call Sue at the above listed number if you need to make
special delivery arrangements.
Interlibrary loan service :
Just a reminder that interlibrary loan service is available
again. Please check our online catalog before making a request
as we might already have the item. The catalog is accessible at
the library or at home at
(Click on Library Catalog).
If you need help please ask at the front desk or call
737-8810 during normal library hours
Reminder -- Kindle ebooks:
Don't forget...the library has a Kindle Fire ebook reader
filled with a variety of titles for all ages that can be checked
out and enjoyed!
Lost and Found:
Missing something? Please check the Lost and Found bin located
under the librarian's desk. Useful items that remain in the bin
for more than three months will be donated to the Swap Shop, so
take a peek next time you visit!
Just a reminder that the library is still looking for donations
of audio books on CD. If you have any in good condition that
you wish to donate please bring them to the library during open
hours of drop them in the book drop. Audio books are very
popular and the demand has grown dramatically in recent years!