New Arrivals

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Join us on the following dates for our popular Garden Series online:

 


April 1, 2021
6-8pm  

Seed Starting
with
Kate Garland,
University of Maine Cooperative Extension Horticulturalist.

Click Here for a Zoom Invite Link

 This workshop will cover the best practices for starting vegetable and flower seedlings indoors. We'll focus on practical ways to optimize environmental conditions such as light, temperature and moisture and introduce tips on how to make the most out of limited seed starting space.

April is a terrific time to start many of our home garden favorites, such as tomatoes, basil, peppers, zinnias and marigolds. Let this be your year to try starting seeds indoors!

 

Future Programming in Planning - Check Back for Details

 

 

Thursday, January 21, 2021

February Tuesday Forum Online

 


Not all of Maine's earliest European settlers came voluntarily. To learn more about some of these hardy individuals, join us for Maine author, Carol Gardner’s, discussion of her recently published narrative history, The Involuntary American: A Scottish Prisoner’s Journey to the New World.  Dr. Gardner will discuss the more than 400 prisoners of war who were brought to Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts against their wills in 1650-1651.

Carol Gardner has more than 30 years’ experience as a writer, journalist and communicator. She earned a Ph.D. in English from Johns Hopkins University, taught at Johns Hopkins, Wake Forest, and Florida State Universities, and has published both fiction and nonfiction pieces in a wide variety of books and periodicals, including the World of Baseball series, BluePlanet Quarterly, Northwest Review, Baltimore Review, Potomac Review, The Women’s Review of Books, Portland Press Herald, and The Washington Post. She is a past winner of a Maryland Individual Artists Award. She lives in Alna, Maine.

Click Here to register for the Zoom event or meet us at 6pm on February 16th on Facebook Live on the Old Town Public Library Facebook page.
 

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Penobscot Theatre Passes


 


 
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