Super Science Saturday:
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
Next Meeting: 10:30am-12:00pm, January 10th, 2015
January 10- WEIRD WEATHER! Join the fun and make your own snow, create a tornado in a bottle and learn all about lightning & static electricity.
IN THE WORKS – FUNDRAISERS:
- Poinsettia 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.