Albert Church Brown Memorial Library
The Schoonover Community Room
on Sunday, July 26th 2015
at 4 o’clock in the afternoon
The Trustees welcome you to the dedication of The Schoonover Community Room, named in memory of longtime patrons and supporters Bob and Mae Schoonover.
The conversion of this room to a spacious, bright and airy meeting room, with ample seating and state-of the art audio-visual equipment, is made possible through the generosity of members of the Schoonover family who are summer residents of China. The room will be available for the enjoyment and use of the community.
In addition to the dedication, the program will include a presentation by Donna Loveland about her recent travels to Nepal. Loveland, a former teacher at China Primary School, traveled to Nepal in 2014. She will share her images and impressions of this beautiful country.
Event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
With the renovations and improvements happening at the library this winter and spring, events and programming have been put on hold. Check back soon for events and programming happening this summer!
Super Science Saturday: Having taken place during the 14-15 winter, with the last session meeting May 16, 2015. Join us at the Albert Church Brown Memorial Library for science
and reading fun! Each month will feature hands-on science experiments, demonstrations and stories connecting reading and science in a fun and exciting way. Several months include a
take-home item for those who register early. FREE for kids in K-6th grade. Space is limited to 12 participants. Sign up soon!
Contact Anita Smith at 968-2255 or
Poinsetta Fundraising Sale: Delivery coincides with our open house in December!
Want to help? Ask a trustee or volunteer.
Sunday @ 2 PM, June 29, 2014
Author Don Lord will discuss his historical novel, “The Gentle Revolutionaries.” The book is about 19th-century American missionaries who introduce modern medicine and western culture to the people of Siam.
Summer 2014, Children’s Program
Albert Church Brown Library – Library Science & Reading Program
We are presently seeking funding to provide this community service to our youth. Ask a trustee how your financial support would help.
- Luncheon at our Historical Library – Ice Cream Social
- Craft and Book Sale – Yard Sale
“Technology Petting Zoo” – Created by the Maine State Library
The “Petting Zoo” provides hands-on familiarization and training with
e-readers and tablets for reading e-books. Learn how different devices work and their use.
Sunday, May 25, 2014 *** 8am start at the library
Bird Watching in the Village
Bring your ears and eyes. A mid spring (winter was late!) walk to refresh or start a new, for the summer breeding season!
with Randy Downer
Sunday @ 2 PM, April 27, 2014
Johnny’s Selected Seeds
Learn about Johnny’s company history, seed trailing, breeding work and much more!
Sunday @ 2 PM, May 4, 2014
Coyotes, America’s Songdog
Geri Verstein, conservation biologist, will speak about the coyote’s complex relationship with our Maine ecosystem, and with humans.