Book Discussion Group
Book Discussion will resume in October. Look for posting of the book to be discussed in September. A monthly nonfiction Book Discussion is held on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 6:30, October – May. The book to be discussed will be posted on the website. Everyone is welcome whether you read the book or not. Carol McGovern and Barb Rehmeyer will be co-facilitators.
Suggest a nonfiction book for future Book Discussions.
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. Children’s programming, such as Story Time, is suspended until further notice.
Holding an online Book Discussion for fall 2021. See https://liberty.lib.me.us/children/homeschool-group for how to join. The Homeschool Group meets the 1st Tuesday of the month at 2:00pm at the Liberty Library. We have a theme about which families share something. Everyone welcome.
Scrabble Game Nights
The second Wednesday of the month at 6:30. Bring your Scrabble boards.
Knitting & other crafts
An informal group gathers at the library on Wednesday mornings, 10:00-12:00. Anyone welcome! Not meeting at This time.
Sheepscot Valley Quilters
The Sheepscot Valley Quilters have opted to meet on Saturday mornings at a private home now. They are a small group of quilt lovers and makers – from beginners to advanced. Often they make a quilt that they donate to charity. Their meetings are low key and friendly and participation in projects is purely voluntary. Show-and-tell sharing always welcome. Call Jane Bourassa, 589-4433, for more information.
Needs a facilitator. Lego Club is a time for children to get together with other children and build new, stronger relationships. There is a different project every week. Parents/guardians are invited to engage with their children. Or they may choose to wait downstairs as long as they remain at the library for the full hour. We ask that children, stay UPSTAIRS during Lego Club so as to not disrupt other patrons at the Library.