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Interactive forum, presented by New Ventures Maine on individualized approaches to simplified budgeting, your relationship with money, and strategies to start saving now.  Free and open to all. To register: http://newventuresmaine.org/schedules/working-life-not-living-w-5/… Read More
    Interactive forum, presented by New Ventures Maine on individualized approaches to simplified budgeting, your relationship with money, and strategies to start saving now.  Free and open to all. To register: http://newventuresmaine.org/schedules/working-life-not-living-w-5/… Read More
    The Tremont Historical Society and the Southwest Harbor Public Library invite you to an introduction to the Library’s Digital Archive – an online catalog of thousands of historic photographs and the stories behind them.  The presentation will be Monday evening, September 25, 6:00-7:30 at the Southwest Harbor Public… Read More
    Tonya  Clark  from T-Mobile and her colleague Becky will be at the Waterville Public Library on Tuesday, September 26th, from 10a-12p. Tonya and Becky will be answering questions about working at T-Mobile and doing on the spot interviews. There is also a free job search lab that happens at the library… Read More
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Repair & Winterize My Home East Machias: The Washington County Thriving in Place Initiative invites you to Repair & Winterize My Home, a free informational session on September 26, 2017 from 12 Noon to 3 pm at the East Machias Community… Read More
    September 26, 2017 • 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm Location: Waterville Public Library, Children’s Room   Looking for a way to brighten up your child’s day? Bring them on down to the Waterville Public  Library for Crafternoons! Drop in anytime between… Read More
    WATERVILLE — Come to read-aloud time from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 26 at the Waterville Public Library lower level,  Elm St. Therapy dogs from Kennebec Valley Love on a Leash will be there for kids who want to practice their reading skills and for families who want a… Read More
    World In Your Library Speakers Are Announced!   The Waterville Public Library is partnering with the Maine Humanities Council, the Margaret Chase Smith Foundation and the Mid-Maine Global Forum to present a three-part speakers series, The World in Your Library.  … Read More
      The Barn Arts Chekhov Club is coming to the Southwest Harbor Public Library for a pair of events in the upcoming Chekhov Festival.  The Festival, which celebrates the work of the 19th century Russian writer, Anton Chekhov, is the first of its kind and will… Read More
    Girl Scouts helps girls develop their full potential. When a girl becomes a Girl Scout, she grows into a young woman who is self-confident, strong and compassionate. She learns how to build and maintain healthy relationships. She becomes more aware of the world around her and uses her… Read More
    Woodlands provide breeding habitat for a myriad of birds. Learn how to create valuable birding habitat on your woodlot with a tour of the Georgia Fuller Wiesendanger Wildlife Protection Area, a Maine Woodland Owners Land Trust property and demonstration site for sustainable forestry, wildlife protection and habitat. This… Read More
    Drop by the Children’s Dept. at the Waterville Public Library  every Wednesday between 2:30 and 4 to test your engineering skills with a new challenge each week! This week: Tallest/Longest/Strongest mini-challenges Recommended for kids 5 and up.   Kids younger than 7 must bring a grownup helper. Read More
    Join the Maine Technology Users Group for our Bangor Peers & Beers event at Seasons’ Grille, co-sponsored by FairPoint Communications! Network with fellow I.T. professionals, and learn more about how a local hospital is using Google Glass-based technology to streamline medical information input. WHEN: Wednesday, September… Read More
    This event is FREE and open to the public. Join us at Nocturnem Draft Haus for a third season of Bangor Think & Drink as we tackle policing in Maine, its intersection with race, and how our local experience connects with what we see across the rest… Read More