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Tuesday, June 18, 2019
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Rockland Public Library will offer an opportunity to learn how to download and use CloudLibrary, a reading app, on Wednesday, June 19 at 10:30 a.m. CloudLibrary enables residents to use their library card to download eBooks ...
  • Left Bank Books, 109 Church Street, Belfast, will host a free author talk and signing by New York Times bestselling author Stephen McCauley on Thursday, June 20 at 7 p.m. McCauley is celebrating the recent paperback release ...
  • Poet and author Richard Blanco will appear at Lincoln Theater, 2 Theater Street, Damariscotta, to read from and talk about his newest book of poems, “How to Love a Country,” on Tuesday, July 9, at 7 p.m. “How to Love a Country” ...
  • Left Bank Books, 109 Church Street in Belfast, will celebrate the recent release of “Hard to Love: Essays and Confessions” on Thursday, June 27, at 7 p.m. Author Briallen Hopper (pictured), professor of English at Queens College ...
  • Rockland Public Library will launch its summer reading program, “A Universe of Stories,” on Saturday, June 22. The space-themed program for all ages runs June 22 through August 10. There will be a presentation for children grades three ...
  • Friends of Waldoboro Public Library is seeking new members to help the group support special programs and to provide resources not covered by the library’s regular budget. Annual dues are $10 for individuals or $15 for a family....
  • Gibbs Library will hold a sale on Saturday, June 29, from 9 a.m. to noon at Washington Fire Department, 42 Old Union Road. The fundraiser will include furniture, tools and books....
  • Beginning in June, the Skidompha Secondhand Book Shop, on Back Street Landing in downtown Damariscotta, will be open on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., until the end of August. The shop is open Monday through Saturday from ...
  • English teacher and writing instructor Melissa Barbour will lead a series of six nature-writing workshops this summer on Tuesday mornings, 9 a.m. to noon. The first class will be on June 25 at Midcoast Conservancy’s Waldoboro ...
  • Camden Shakespeare Festival will present The Taming of the Shrew and Hamlet this summer in July and August. To prepare theatergoers, director Dana Legawiec will talk about The Taming of the Shrew and lead a conversation on ...
  • Spring is a deceptive season. It tricks you into thinking you’ve emerged from the dull gloom of winter into a bright festival of light, green, health and freshness. You want to go outside, but if you are an anxious and decently informed ...
  • Appleton Library hosts the following workshops, classes, meetings and programs in June ...
  • Left Bank Books in downtown Belfast will celebrate the 25th novel in Katherine Hall Page’s Faith Fairchild series of mysteries, “The Body in the Wake,” on Saturday, May 25, at 11 a.m. at 109 Church Street. Page’s first Fairchild mystery ...
  • The Ku Klux Klan’s brief but powerful impact on Maine in the 1920s is buried in the far reaches of the state’s history and rarely taught in classrooms. Mark Alan Leslie, who tells that story in his novel “The Crossing,” will give a presentation ...
  • There’s a Hasidic story I often think of in relation to climate change. It describes how, in the world to come, “everything will be as it is now, just a little different.” It’s tempting to take comfort in the idea that although things are a little ...
  • At my son’s 6-week-old checkup, I was given a wonderful gift by our pedia- trician. She waved away my (many) frantic questions about swaddling, nursing and formula and said all she cared about were vaccines and putting babies to ...
  • Pregnancy can be joyful. But for many, a positive pregnancy test can feel like an admission ticket to an intense roller-coaster ride. There’s the pressure of choosing a name, deciding on a birth plan and managing relatives’ reactions....
  • Americans by and large do not deny that the Holocaust happened. They just are frighten- ingly fuzzy on the details. A national poll conducted last year found that nearly one-third of the respondents believed that 2 million or fewer Jews ...
  • Vose Library Director Sarah Masters (left) turned over the reins to Angela McKenna (right), who as of April 1 became the new director of the library in Union....
  • Sure, it is a little longer than necessary. Too many footnotes and distracting redactions. The writing is often flat, and the first half of the book drags, covering plenty of terrain that has been described elsewhere. The story shifts ...
  • Skidom- pha Library in Damaris- cotta will host two Chats with Champions programs on Tuesday, April 16, in the library’s Porter Meeting Hall. The first, at 10 a.m., will feature a talk by Mac Smith, author of “Mainers on the Titanic.” At 5:30 p.m....
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