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Programs

Ongoing programs at the library:

Story Time – Thursdays at 10:30

A fun atmosphere and safe environment for parent or caregiver and child to share time together at the library and to make new friends.

Scrabble Game Nights

The second Wednesday of the month. Bring your Scrabble boards.

Knitting & other crafts

An informal group gathers at the library on Wednesday mornings, 10:00-12:00. Anyone welcome!

Book Discussion Group

Book Discussion is over. Hope to start another soon.

Sheepscot Valley Quilters

Meet on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. from September to June.

Sheepscot Valley Quilters is a small group of quilt lovers and makers – from beginners to advanced. Our meetings are low key and friendly and participation in our projects is purely voluntary. This year’s planned projects include making a sunshine quilt or two for those in need of a hug, learning how to make a block, learning some embroidery stitches to embellish quilt blocks or wallhangings, doing a brown bag exchange challenge as our swap gift at our holiday party, show-and-tell (always!), sharing ideas and hints, and just having a good time with good companionship while sharing what we love!  Call Sue Chapin, 589-4863, for more information. We’d love to have you join us!

Lego Club 
Mondays4:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Lego Club is open to children ages 5 to 15 years old, but we ask that parents/guardians be present for the full hour. This is a time for children to get together with other children and build new, stronger relationships, but it is also a time for parents/guardians to play and engage with their children aside from their busy day-to-day routine. We ask that children, parents/guardian stay UPSTAIRS during Lego Club as to not disrupt other patrons of the Library. Rachel Hudson is the facilitator.

Basic Literacy Tutoring

There are two trained literacy volunteers who are available to meet with you at the library. Through Belfast Adult Education, we will provide services in reading, writing, math and technology. Most lessons take place once a week for 1 to 2 hours.  Lessons are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. This is not a school, there are no “classes,” it is one-on-one training to meet YOUR reading goals.

To get started, please contact the Literacy Volunteers of Waldo County or call 338-3197.

 

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