Co-sponsored by the Bangor Public Library and Friends of Castine Fortifications Fort George in Castine, Maine is on the National Register of Historic Places due to the important role it played in the American Revolution.  Now only earthen works show its impressive footprint… Read More
    On Law Day Tuesday, May 1, lawyers will be here to meet and speak with members of the public about issues of access to courts and justice in the Twenty-First Century. They will also provide general guidance and information on referral to legal resources to individual attendees. We… Read More
    BANGOR — Hope Rowan will discuss the inspiration behind her kids’ hiking guide, “10 Days In Acadia: A Kids’ Hiking Guide to Mount Desert Island”, as well as speaking to the importance of getting kids outdoors, during her talk 1-2 p.m. Saturday, April 28, in the Children’s Room… Read More
    Gary Rainford will discuss and perform ekphrastic poems from his new book, “Liner Notes” which showcases 64 musicians as works of art—musicians from Ella Fitzgerald to Bjork to Tony Bennett and Blondie, to name a few.  In addition, Gary will provide a set-list of musicians celebrated in his… Read More
    Come enjoy the smooth sounds of jazz in our Atrium with Swingmatism featuring: Jay Bregman, Saxophone Dan Barrett, Trombone Bob Roman, Bass David Clarke, Guitar Lincoln Blake, Keyboard Mike Bennett, Drums This is a monthly program! So be sure… Read More
    BANGOR – The Maine MultiCultural Center will host its first MultiCultural Community Forum at the Bangor Public Library on Wednesday, March 28th, from 6-7:30 p.m. Writer and photojournalist David Bacon will present “Free Trade, Unaccompanied Children and the Right To Stay Home.” Bacon uses words and images to address global economic forces, the… Read More
    Acclaimed author Anne Nesbet will speak at Bangor Public Library on March 26 from 4-5 p.m. about her newest middle grade novel “The Orphan Band of Springdale”. Nesbet will also be signing books for readers. The Briar Patch will have copies of Nesbet’s books available for sale at… Read More
    End the teen summer reading program with an after hours program that will boggle your mind! You will need all your wits and intellect if you want to make it out of this escape room. Permission Forms required!*** Download form online or pick up… Read More
    Thursday August 3rd 3:30 As a part of the teen reading program, Learn how to make some popular menu items in a very different way. Deconstructed foods make recipes more simple. You won’t believe how yummy these foods taste! Must be registered for reading program… Read More
    Thursday June 29th at 3 PM As a part of the teen reading program, Test your culinary skills by making the tastiest and best decorated cupcakes. Teams of two will face off to display their culinary abilities. make your own team or join one the… Read More
    Summer Music Series: Retro Rockerz – Wednesday, August 16 at 7 PM – 8 PM Summer Music Series: October Gold – Wednesday, August 23 at 7 PM – 8 PM… Read More