Monthly Archives: November 2019




Join us for a Make-Your-Own Wreath workshop!

Saturday, December 7, 2019 from 11am to 5pm.

Merrymeeting Hall, Main Street Bowdoinham

We will provide all the instruction and fresh-cut local greens to make a lovely wreath.

$12 for a plain wreath, $15 for a wreath with baubles and bows.


Art show featuring altered books at MAC

Thank you to all the artists and patrons who made the Nov 2nd opening of Anthology: Books and Art a huge success! This show is a partnership between the Library and Merrymeeting Arts Center. It features a variety of artists, techniques, and styles. There is something to intrigue everyone! Please catch a glimpse before the end of the month at:

Merrymeeting Arts Center

9 Main St Bowdoinham

Saturdays from 10am-1pm through Nov 30th

For more information on Merrymeeting Arts Center, visit their facebook page.

Understanding Racism

The Bowdoinham Public Library invites residents to take part in a community read of “White Fragility:Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism” by Robin DiAngelo.

Following last winter’s presentation by Howard Solomon, there was interest in continuing discussions of oppression and racial justice issues. DiAngelo’s book, White Fragility, does this by pointing out that many white Americans do not want to acknowledge or speak about their whiteness and its advantage, or to examine their own racist behaviors and beliefs. As a result, many deny racism and its negative impacts.

In January, Library Director Kate Cutko, together with Bowdoinham native John Engler and other outside facilitators, will lead a discussion allowing white people to better understand race and how to be accountable to the racism in their everyday lives. Based on interest, more discussions may be scheduled.

Come to the library for more information, or to borrow one of the ten copies of the book.


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