Spring Programs at the Library

Spring Programs at the Library

By now, hopefully you’ve noticed some of the exciting events happening at the library! As we head into spring, you’ll find many programs, workshops, and series to inspire your imagination, encourage healthy living, and promote lifelong learning.

Starting Monday, April 3, and continuing every Monday through April, we are hosting a series called “Healthy Eating on a Budget“. This FREE 4-week series will give you skills to shop, cook, and eat healthy while staying within your budget. There will be demonstrations and tastings at each fun and interactive session! Space limited, registration required.

On Tuesday, April 11, we’re kicking off our “Self-Sufficient Living Series” with a program on raising chickens with Scott DeMoranville of Maine Poultry Connection and 4D’s Farm. Other events in this series include:

  • Garden Basics, Starting from Seed, & Season Extension – April 18 at 6pm
  • Garden Soil, Fertility, Amendments, & Composting – May 2 at 6pm
  • Non-Chemical Pest and Disease Management – May 8 at 6pm
  • Plant Sale! – Date TBD

Alicia Mooney from Community Health and Counseling Services will be joining us at the library on Monday, April 10th to present a program on Home Health and Hospice Services at 1pm. She will give an overview of resources and services available in the region to assist with home healthcare.

Also, this Tuesday, April 4, marks the kickoff of our Beginner Knitting Class with Lynn Beaulier. This program is free and open to the public. Space is limited so please register by calling the library at 207-723-7020. Participants must provide their own 6″, 7″, or 8″ needles and worsted weight yarn.

Stay on top of it all by checking out and following our Facebook page to stay updated on all of the exciting events happening at the library. There is even more to come! Thanks to our partners at Thrive Penobscot for their generous support!