Saturday, December 8th
9:30 AM or 11:00 AM in the Maggie Trafton Program
Join us as Gabrielle Wallace and Pat Masonheimer will be at APL once again to lead children ages 3-12 in creating tiny cottages using graham crackers, candy and icing. Registration is required, please register for only one session. Free.
Saturday, December 8th
Due to the snow storm, the deadline for entries in the Fall Reading Challenge has been extended to Nov. 19. You can also drop off entries in the book drop when we are closed!
It’s time to turn in your entries for the Fall Reading Challenge! Remember, you do not need to read in all the categories to enter. There will be a drawing for all entries with all categories completed, and another for all entries with at least four categories completed.
Teens and Adults are invited to come hear current Peace Corps Volunteer, Selena Wallace, talk about her service in the Philippines. She will share her experience — so far — including information about the Peace Corps, how she got involved, what it’s like to live and work in another culture, and the work she’s done as a member of the Coastal Resource Management sector. Join us for this informative program, designed for all ages!
Tuesday November 20, 3-4PM.
Please join us for a free library meetup at the Auburn Public Library, November 10, 2-4PM, in the Androscoggin Community Room.
We’ll have lots of books to give away (duplicates and other extras from our book sale), we only ask that you pass them on without reselling them. We’ll also supply ideas and plans, and an opportunity to chat with others. We are also looking for ideas for future events and how we can encourage more free libraries throughout the area.
This will be an informal gathering. Photos of your Little Free Library or book swap are strongly encouraged!
Based on a true story, Rat Six tells the story of Clifford Price who, like hundreds of thousands of other young men in the 1960s, was drafted into the United States Army and served in Vietnam. Having been a commissioned officer in the Army Corps of Engineers shortly after being drafted and selected for Officer’s Candidate School, Price ended up in Vietnam in 1968. After three months of commanding a platoon of bridge builders, mine sweepers, and truck drivers, Price was offered the job of Rat Six, one of the most dangerous assignments in the war. Rat Six was the code name for the leader of the First Infantry Division Tunnel Rats. The Tunnel Rats were some of the most courageous soldiers to fight in Vietnam. All were volunteers, slightly built, cunning, rebellious, trained in demolitions, and dedicated to ferreting out the enemy below. In the beginning of the war, entering a tunnel with only a flashlight and a pistol was almost suicidal.
Commemorating the 200th publication anniversary of the novel Frankenstein, retired Siena College philosophy professor and Lewiston native Ray Boisvert, will explore the topics raised by Mary Shelley’s classic novel and their implications for today’s technological/scientific advances. Using slides, clips, and music, Boisvert says you do not have to read the novel to participate in this discussion on the meaning or warnings Shelley raised 200 years ago. Please join us for this wonderful program.
We are happy to welcome Edward Little Drama Club students to the library. Members of the cast of Cinderella will read stories to children and serve refreshments. Come meet Cinderella and Prince Charming! FREE. The EL Drama Club Production of Cinderella will be held at the Community Little Theater on November 16th and 17th at 7 pm and on Sunday November 18th at 2pm.
Join the Auburn Page Turners and tell us if you are euphoric over the novel Euphoria. Euphoria is Lily King’s nationally bestselling breakout novel of three young, gifted anthropologists of the ‘30’s caught in a passionate love triangle that threatens their bonds, their careers, and, ultimately, their lives. Inspired by events in the life of revolutionary anthropologist Margaret Mead
Teens! Are you ready to pay for college? In this session, on November 1, we’ll help you better understand the financial aid process and prepare you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). We’ll also look at ways to add to your college savings and key strategies to minimize the cost of college. Leave with many practical tools and resources to help you best prepare. This program is presented by Jessica Whittier, who is a College Access Counselor at the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) with 17 years of experience helping students navigate their path to college.
Although designed for teens and their parents, anyone who is thinking about financing their continuing education is welcome to attend this helpful and informative program! Registration is requested and appreciated so that we have enough handouts for all attending.
Following the Financial Aid presentation, participants will have access to some hands-on instruction for completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Registration is required for this workshop as space is limited to 12.
To register, call the reference desk, or register online:
Date: Thursday Nov 1, 2018