Thursday, January 1, 1970; 12 a.m.
Location: Stockton Springs Community Library Open House, Main St., Stockton Springs, ME 04981
Contact: Pat Curley; 567-4147
STOCKTON SPRINGS COMMUNITY LIBRARY CELEBRATES NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK WITH OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, APRIL 20.
The Stockton Springs Community Library will Host its annual Open House in Celebration of National Library Week On Saturday, April 20th from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM.
The children’s programs begin at 9:30 with carnival games until 10:30. The special event of the day will be a performance by Scot Cannon starting at 10:30. Scot is a talented mime, a gifted musician, and a dedicated educator who’s been teaching and inspiring young people for over 30 years.
Scot Received formal training in Music at Berklee College of Music, pantomime training with Kenyon Martin’s National Mime Theatre, Master Mime Tony Montanaro and the legendary Marcel Marceau. He has worked as a director, producer and consultant for theatre presentations and has appeared on several television programs. Scot Cannon is a versatile composer, author, director, producer, actor, mime, musician and teacher with original and captivating, heartwarming performances. People of all ages will enjoy his performance.
There will be library tours and refreshments all day.
In the twelve years that the library has been open, it has become the center of community in Stockton Springs. Come and see what the library has to offer. The all volunteer library is located in the historic Colcord House, which is owned by the Stockton Springs Historical Society. For more information 567-4147 or www.stocktonspringslibrary.org