Please join Franklin Burroughs on Thursday, March 17 from 1-2:30 P.M. at the Merrymeeting Arts Center, 9 Main Street, Bowdoinham. Franklin will lead a community discussion of the book, “Spoon River Anthology,” by Edgar Lee Masters. Published 100 years ago, the book vividly describes the inhabitants of a fictional small town in the Midwest through a series of interconnected, first person epitaphs.
Multiple copies of the book are available for loan at the Bowdoinham Public Library. A reading guide for “Spoon River Anthology” is available at the Bowdoinham Town Office, the Library, and the Town Landing Restaurant.
Collaborating sponsors for this talk include the Bowdoinham Public Library, the Bowdoinham Advisory Committee on Aging, and the Bowdoinham Historical Society.
Always the 3rd Saturday in May!
Call the library at
666-8405 for more information.
Join Librarian Kate Cutko to learn all about “Apps”. They will tell you the weather, measure your pulse, give you directions and wash your dishes.
OK, maybe not wash your dishes.
Kate will preview some award-winning apps and teach you how to load them onto your smart phone, your tablet or other devices.
Friday, February 26, 2106 from 10-11:30 AM. Kendall Meeting Room. Coombs Municipal Building.
This workshop is free of charge thanks to the hard work of the Bowdoinham Advisory Committee on Aging and a grant from AARP.
Library is closed today (Friday, February 5) due to snow. Open tomorrow, Saturday at 10.
Also- please stop by the library’s “Frozen” Karaoke contest at the Ice and Smelt Festival. Saturday, 11-12 at the Arts Center!