Pie Sale & Pick-A-Prize Raffle

Saturday, August 20th, 9:00-2:00
mystery-box-clip-art-769600Pick-A-Prize Raffle – We will have over 80 items! Buy a sheet of 25 tickets for $10. You decide which prize you want to win; you can put one ticket in each bag or put all 25 in one bag.pie

This will be the final Pie Sale for the summer. Anyone wishing to donate pies may bring them to the library on Friday afternoon or Saturday morning by 8:30.

Please contact Barb Rehmeyer if you have a new or handmade item or a service to donate for the raffle. Gift certificates are also welcomed. Drawing will be Saturday evening after Ice Cream Social.

Coloring Maine

The winners of the Coloring Maine Contest have been announced. Unfortunately, there were no winners from our Coloring Maine Event held at the Library. But in actuality, we were all winners because of the fun time and camaraderie we shared. Click on the book cover at left to view the winning entries.

You will have another chance to win this book as it is one of the many prizes at the Pick-A-Prize Raffle being held on Saturday, August 20th.



StoryWalk available on Haystack Mountain Trail June through August.

For more information.

Willard A. Overlock Scholarship

Applications for the Town of Liberty Willard A. Overlock Scholarship Fund are being accepted for the 2016 – 2017 college year.  Interested applicants must meet the following criteria: Liberty resident for at least 5 year, have completed a year of post secondary education, and attending any branch of the University of Maine.

Applications should be presented in a report of not more than one page. The deadline is August 1st, 2016.

Applications may be hand submitted to any of the following: Dawn Boden, Christine Brackett, Toni Clark,Tuffy Peavey, or Barb Rehmeyer. Or mail to: Dawn Boden,119 Stevens Pond Rd., Liberty, Maine  04949

AED Training

MaineHeartSafeFriday July 29, 6:30pm
The library received a grant from the Maine Cardiovascular Health Council for an automated external defibrillator (AED) which is located at the library. An AED is a portable device that checks the heart rhythm and can send an electric shock to the heart to try to restore a normal rhythm. AEDs are used to treat sudden cardiac arrest. 
Randall Hadsell, an American Heart Association Instructor, will be training Library Volunteers, but any interested individuals may attend. He has also offered to train us with a Heart Saving CPR with the AED training. For questions, call Barbara at 877-1408.

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Suncatchers Workshop

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suncatcher2Tuesday, August 2, 6:30pm
Using waxed origami paper, create 2 different suncatchers. Ages 10 to adults (younger with adult help). Bring paper scissors to cut thin paper, if you have them.

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Animal Tracks and Signs

animaltracksWednesday, August 10, 10:00am
The Animal Tracks and Signs program is geared towards elementary and middle-school students. Kids will make plaster casts of tracks, learn some basic tracking skills, and learn about three different Maine animals.  Rangers from Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park will be presenters.  Program will be held outside, weather permitting. Limited to 25 people.

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Ticks: What Do You Need to Know?

tickFriday, August 12, 7:00pm
Using information from the Maine CDC website, together we will explore the issues around ticks in Maine, including tick identification, removing ticks, prevention, and tickborne diseases. Participants in the Tick Free ME Challenge are invited to share their experiences. Deepankar Malik, Epidemiologist for Midcoast Maine will be on hand to answer questions. Attendees will receive a tick spoon and Tick ID card.

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Quilt Raffle

The Library has the good fortune to have 2 handmade quilts to give away this summer. Tickets are $5 each and you choose which quilt you want to win. Or buy a ticket for each quilt! The drawings will be done at the Ice Cream Social on August 20th. Both quilts will be on exhibit at the library during July & August.
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The Wonky Star Quilt (on left) is a fun twin-size quilt made by the Sheepscot Valley Quilters, which meets at the library from September to June.

The Sampler Quilt (on right) was made by Belfast Quilt Guild quilters, Linda Harfinger, Nora Buck, and Diane Dixon. This is a lovely full-size quilt (86-in. x 100-in.) made in lavender and greens.


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Paintings on Exhibit

Colorado - Dream Lake

Sett Balise, supervisor of the Davistown Museum, will be exhibiting his oil paintings during July. 

“These paintings are inspired by America’s scenic back roads, trails, and parks, with the occasional hint of the fantastic creeping in. I like to focus on the impact of lighting on a landscape and prefer sunset and sunrise scenes. Maine’s ample bucolic splendor has given me plenty to paint in my time living here.” 

Sett’s paintings are for sale, and a percentage will go to the library.


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Tick-Free ME Challenge

tickPackets have arrived. for each person who enrolled. Please pick them up at the library asap. Participants who complete each survey will be entered into a prize-winning raffle. The deadline to enroll  in Tick-Free ME was June 22, 2016.

Tick-Free ME is a month long challenge, during which participants monitor their repellent use, use of protective clothing, performance of tick checks, and outdoor maintenance.

Adults aged 45 years and older have high rates of tick-borne disease in Maine. Maine CDC developed the challenge in order to help reduce the number of tick-borne diseases  contracted within this  age group. The goal of this challenge is to prevent tick-borne diseases  through the prevention of tick bites.



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Liberty in Winter

Liberty_in_WinterNeed a way to keep cool this summer? We still have a few “Liberty in Winter,” an 8″x10″ color photograph taken by Everett Peavey, or sale at the library for $20. Photo comes with a black frame.

Thank you, Everett, for your donation of this amazing photo.

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Give IT – Get IT

PCsforMainePCs for Maine has nominated the Library for their Give IT – Get IT program in order to purchase newer and safer computers. We need new equipment in order to take advantage of the new circuit speed of 100Mbps. You can make a contribution to the Ivan O. Davis – Liberty Library here.

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Audiobooks SYNC

SYNCSYNC is a program that gives away two complete audiobook downloads each week to listeners through the summer.

Download the free YA Novels from SYNC here »

Remember – grab these titles before they are replaced by a new pairing each week. While the title availability is time-limited, your listening time is not. Once you have downloaded the MP3 files, the audiobook is yours to listen to at your leisure.

The SYNC program runs from May 5th – August 17th, 2016.


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