Our Mission: To be the place where people of all ages and backgrounds come to improve literacy, explore new ideas and pursue lifelong learning interests.
Saturday, April 18 from 1-3pm
Death Café is a forum of open discussion with others, relating to issues surrounding life and death.
Read more about the Café, or call the Library at 244-7065.
Summer Story Camp 2015 Registration
Summer Story Camp is a
literacy-based program for children ages 5-12. Campers attend a one week session, Monday-Friday from 9 am-12 noon. For details about each week and select full-day options, view the
Summer Story Camp 2015 Brochure
to complete and return to reserve a place. Please note: priority is given to Tremont and Pemetic students. For more information, call the Library, 244-7065.
Week 1: June 29-July 3 Local Exploration: Explore MDI
Week 2: July 6-10 Inventor's Workshop @Seal Cove Auto Museum
Week 3: July 13-17 Fables, Folktales, Myths, & Fairytales
Week 4: July 20-24 Space Exploration
2015 A CELEBRATION OF ART
Silent Auction Library Benefit
~CALL TO ARTISTS~
The Library extends an invitation to all artists to offer a unique piece of art for sale for display for the month of August. Read more about the auction and submit your Registration by June 1st. Call the Library for info at 244-7065.
Decorate Earth Day Bags
Monday, April 20 through
Wednesday, April 22
Stop in during normal library operating hours to decorate a bag with an earth friendly picture or message. The bags will be used at Sawyer's Market beginning Earth Day, April 22. This activity is for patrons of all ages. Call the Library for info at 244-7065.
Wednesdays through May 27
"Silver Waters Meditation and Dharma Group: Nourishing Our Path, Deepening Our Roots" - Savitri Bess will lead the group in meditation, mindfulness practices, and sharing all the ways spiritualpractices can be integrated into daily living, also known as dharma. The sessions are free and on a drop-in basis.
about the series, or call the Library, 244-7065.
A Joint Maine Humanities Council & Library Program
Next Session, Wednesday
at 6:00 pm
Samaa Abdurraqib, American Civil Liberties Union of Maine Reproductive Freedom Organizer, will facilitate each discussion.
The books are: Dreams of Trespass by Fatima Mernissi (March 11), In the Country of Men by Hisham Matar (March 31), Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi (April 22), House of Stone by Anthony Shadid (May 20), and Broken Verses by Kamila Shamsie (June 24).
The program is free to all. Please call to pre-register. Read more about it, and call to register, 244-7065 or email email@example.com.
Lego Exhibition 2015 "Transportation"
All are welcome.
Saturday, April 25, 10-11:30am
Read more about the exhibit, or call the Library at 244-7065 or contact Raney Bench at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 244-9242.
National Poetry Month Celebration
A Poem in Your Pocket
In baskets located on counters throughout Southwest Harbor, find a poem and put it in your pocket. Take another one for a friend or family member, too. Have fun finding the baskets and celebrate this month with us.
Tuesday, May 12 at 6:00 p.m.
City of Thieves
by David Benioff
The Library welcomes you to join the group every second Tuesday of the month for a lively conversation and for the pure pleasure of reading and chatting about it! The pick for June 9 is "In A Rocket Made of Ice" by local author Gail Gutratdt. Call the Library for the current book or for more info at 244-7065.
Library Fundraisers 2015
Mother's Day Sale
Silent Art Auction
August 1 & 2
Giant Used Book Sale
Art Auction Ends
Last chance to bid
July 18 & 19
Paperback Book Sale
Let's Book Walkathon
Holiday Book Sale