We continue or summer reading program events on Tuesday, July 29th, when the library celebrates ROBOTS! Members of the Mt. Ararat SeaPerch Underwater Robotics team will demonstrate the robot that won the Maine competition and went on to compete at the national level this spring. (Photos by Darci Moore) Elementary school students will also demonstrate… Continue Reading
Award winning musician, and leader of EarthJams, joins us on Tuesday, July 8th at 10 for a concert of songs and sing-alongs. Kids young and old will enjoy Matt and his music. You will leave with a song in your heart and a smile on your face, we just know it.
Bowdoinham Public Library once again offers a Summer Reading Program open to children of all ages. Children are invited to sign up and receive a reading log, which offers prizes for time spent reading, alone or with a parent. This summer’s prizes include: • Fairwind Farm Strawberries Ice Cream Cone from Richmond Dairy Treat •… Continue Reading
Bats are among the most misunderstood mammals on our planet. This hour long program is designed to ease people’s fears of these fragile creatures and to dispel the myths about them. Please come to the library at a special time, Friday, July 20th from 12-1pm to see the Chewonki Foundation staff present this travelling program. … Continue Reading
Tuesday, July 3, 10am. Author Lee Francis of Indian Island, Maine will join local Bowdoinham illustrator Susan Drucker to share their new children’s book, Kunu’s Basket. It is the modern story of a Penobscot boy who learns lessons from his grandfather. Lee will share the story, teach us about her people, and show us examples… Continue Reading
A limerick reminder about Children’s Poetry Evening , 4/24/12: The event will be a delight, Each child reads a poem that’s just right. You’ve still got time To enter enter a rhyme At the library, 7 o’clock, Tuesday night!
A little bit of Bowdoinham dirt, a touch of water, some good kids and a good readaloud book was all the inspiration we needed for turning Storytime into Mudtime today. Charlotte Pomerantz has written a perfectly muddy fuddy, ishy squishy, ooshy squooshy book. I simply loved reading it aloud.
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay : 2 free Adult passes. Please reserve ahead of time. Maine State Museum, Augusta : One pass allows any size family free admission. Fort Western, Augusta (free admission for children who are participating in the library’s Summer Reading Program) Children’s Museum, Portland (free passes available through town office, call ahead,… Continue Reading
Tuesday Story Time! Join us each Tuesday morning at 10am for a preschool story hour. Kate will read a picture book aloud to the children and share a game, a craft or a song to accompany the story. Children of all ages are welcomed, and the average age is 3 or 4. We work together… Continue Reading