Based on community feedback we are making some changes to the library’s hours.
Beginning June 1st the hours will be:
Tuesday 10 am – 2 pm
Wednesday 2 pm – 6 pm
Thursday 10 am – 2 pm
Friday 2 pm – 6 pm
Saturday 10 am – 2 pm
The color orange represents a CHANGE. The total hours the library is open increases by two hours per week. Please note the changes. We have ordered new magnets with the new hours. As always, call the library (666-8405 ) to renew books and use the book drop to return books during hours we are closed.
We are all set up and ready for YOU! Saturday the 21st from 9 to 4. Perennials, annuals, veggie seedlings, herbs, shrubs, and three beautiful raffle items (including that flowering crabapple in the photo). Bowdoinham Town Hall! Handicapped accessible. See you there!
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. It is more than just saying “No”. Join the discussion. We will learn which messages are most effective in reaching today’s youth. Also, we will learn which of our own parental behaviors can aid in drug prevention.
Adelaida Gaviria, educator and native of Medellin, Colombia
Eric Haram, LADC, Director of Mid Coast Hospital’s Addiction Resource Center
Melissa Fochesato, Director, Access Health & Substance Abuse Prevention
Thursday, May 12th. 6:30-8pm, Kendall Room.