Join Frank Connors (Formerly of Bowdoinham, currently of…somewhere other than Bowdoinham) as he shares his 1967 letters home from Vietnam during his service with the 173rd Airborne Division. Coffee and sweets will be served. Free and wheelchair accessible.
Tuesday, February 13, 7 pm.
Coombs Municipal Building.
13 School Street , Bowdoinham
666-8405 For More Information
The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity. Experts in neuroscience, psychology, sociology, sports, education, and media also weigh in, offering empirical evidence of the “boy crisis” and tactics to combat it. Watch the film and join in… Continue Reading
Thursday, January 19th at 7pm Kendall Room, Coombs Municipal Building The Bowdoinham Public Library welcomes Naomi Schalit, a senior reporter from the Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting. Naomi has just published a five part series entitled “Single Parents in Poverty: The crisis no one will name”. In this powerful series of articles, Naomi calls… Continue Reading
It’s a busy Holiday Festival Weekend, but don’t forget to pick up the WREATHS and POINSETTIAS you ordered! Friday, December 2, 2-6 Saturday, December 3, 10-2 In the Graduate’s Room (2nd Floor) of the Coombs Municipal Building. Cash and checks encouraged. Need the ramp? park behind the building and buzz the doorbell! Thank you for supporting… Continue Reading
Each year the library volunteers create artwork from discarded and donated books. Once again this year, we will offer the lovely crafts we have made, with all proceeds to go to the library. Join us, Friday December 2th, 6-8pm, Saturday, December 3, 10am-3pm and Sunday December 4th, 10am-1pm as part of the town’s Holiday Festival. Live music… Continue Reading
Our Annual Used Book Sale! Held in November The Saturday after Election Day 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. Paperbacks .50 and Hardcovers 1.00 One room full of Adult books, and another filled with children’s books. Volunteers needed. Please call 666-8405. We are accepting donations of books through the month of October. We are unable to accept any… Continue Reading
This is the final event in the Library’s Spring Parenting Series. One of our jobs as parents is teaching our children about drugs. These panelists will give us information about the social, neurological and global implications of illegal drug use. We hope that information will take us beyond the “Just Say No” message of the 1980’s.… Continue Reading