October 11 at 6:30
Prizes may be picked up beginning Thursday, September 15th.
We had 31 kids return their Summer Reading Calendar this year. Thank you to Revision Energy, Pieceworks, Inc., Mike Light’s Garage, and John’s Ice Cream for sponsorship and discounts.
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Monday, October 17, 6:30pm
Judge Susan Longley, of Waldo County Probate Court, will present Probate Basics workshop. She will explain the the advantages of advance planning and organizing one’s estate documents, and give general explanations of Maine powers of attorney. Workshop participants will be provided with up-to-date Maine forms, such as a Maine Power of Attorney for Health Care form, a Maine Power of Attorney for Finances form, and a Maine Statutory Will form. At the workshops, Longley can provide general assistance only and not individualized legal advice, but she encourages general questions and comments.
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Knit Knight will resume Tuesday, October 11th at 6:30. Special guest Holly Korda will present a program on the Knitting Brigades of WWI entitled “Knitting for Victory: How the Red Cross Mobilized the Nation to Knit and Helped Win the War.” See above post.
Knit Knight will be scheduled the 2nd Tuesday of every month so that people can plan accordingly.
Several knitters are getting together informally to knit and chat on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 at the library. Anyone is welcome to join them.
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About 35 years ago, Janet Heslam bought from an antique shop in Brooks four daily journals from October 1864 to October 1871. It turns out they were written by a man in Montville who farmed, but he also supervised the one room school houses. At the end of the first journal, she found the signature of H. M. Howard. The other journals are not signed. Janet determined the journalist was 27, in 1865, and his daughter Eva died in 1864. Janet decided to transcribe these journals to share in her weekly letters to her grandchildren. She offered to share these transcriptions so they could be posted on the Library webpage for everyone to read. We will post one a month. It will be interesting as we go through the year to compare the daily happenings of a man 150 years ago to the present day. We hope you enjoy!
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