Let’s Talk About It: Points of View Book Group. A program from the Maine Humanities Council and the Maine State Library. The most recognized narratives of the Islamic world often come to Westerners in the daily news. The drama of conflict, chaos and war abruptly arrives… Read More
    ORONO — Travel to Madagascar vicariously with Samantha Le. If you are planning a trip to this island country, this is the best way to get suggestions and tips for a successful trip! Samantha and her family went on a week long trip and she has great stories… Read More
    Come as you are, but with 3 dozen baked cookies of course! Bake cookies to trade with your friends and comrades. Please bring a few extra so everyone can sample some while they sip hot cocoa, coffee and tea!… Read More
    The amazingly talented Cindy Jennings will be hosting a Holiday book art program at the Orono Public Library. Learn step-by-step how to re-purpose old books into holiday ornaments All supplies are provided and space is limited for this FREE class. Call the library at 866-5060 to… Read More
    Are you looking for tips and information on traveling to the Galapagos Islands? Join us for our Travel Tuesday program and travel via armchair, or plan your next trip. Karen Francouer will share photos and stories from her trip there. We would love to know if you plan… Read More
    Take a look at Kathy Lena’s gorgeous photos from her last Alaskan cruise. She’ll talk about her travels, share stories and tips on the trip. Come travel vicariously via armchair traveling!… Read More
    If you can hold a pen you can create incredible designs following step-by-step instructions of our instructor, Lynn Uhlman. Supplies will be provided and class size is limited. Please call 866-5060 to reserve a spot!… Read More
    Not all of Maine’s birds head south at the end of summer. In fact, some are still nesting right into October! Families are invited to learn about our fall and winter birds through an array of indoor and outdoor activities. There will be games, crafts, and of course… Read More
    The Woof Meow Show is sponsoring a screening of the documentary Pet Fooled: A Look Inside a Questionable Industry by Kohl Harrington. This film provides a critical review of the pet food industry, and it is not pretty. After watching Pet Fooled, you will realize that… Read More
    Jerry Farlow, local Orono author and retired math professor shares some of his humorous musings, essays, dissertations on various areas of mathematics, math philosophy and math education! We would love to know if you plan on joining us: 866-5060 or adixon@orono.org. Read More
    Travel back to Thailand 30 years ago, with local Orono resident Marianne Sarrantonio who will share stories and photos from her time living there. She would travel the 10 hour train trip to the nearest phone in Bangok to call home. Come hear her stories of her experiences… Read More
    Wondering about all those boulders at the library? Want to help transform the space into a special conifer garden? Join Lisa Colburn in the Orono Public Library Community Room to discuss the next step. Give us your input and feedback on what you would like to see (or… Read More
    Holly Twining, Orono resident and founder of Maine Yoga Adventures, will share her adventures of surfing, sunsets, zip lining and more in Costa Rica. Enjoy videos and photos by Holly and Dori McCormick, professional photographer. We would love to know if you will be attending: 866-5060 or adixon@orono.org. Read More
    A dastardly deed has been done during the Dark Ages. Unveil the secrets of other castle residents, while trying to conceal your own crimes! The mystery was created by local Orono High Schooler and Orono Public Library Trustees Member Stephen Nelson. This is the first of two different… Read More
    Holly Twining, Orono resident and founder of Maine Yoga Adventures, will share her adventures of surfing, sunsets, zip lining and more in Costa Rica. Enjoy videos and photos by Holly and Dori McCormick, professional photographer. We would love to know if you will be attending: 866-5060 or adixon@orono.org. Read More