Southwest Harbor Public Library, 338 Main Street, Southwest Harbor, ME 04679
Swim into the Southwest Harbor Public Library Thursday evening, August 3, 6:30 to dive deep into the world of sharks!
Sharks are one of the most important animals we have on this planet. Join Jessica Woodend, a Sharks4Kids Ambassador, for an hour long adventure into the ocean to explore these magnificent animals. Learning more about their role in the ecosystem will help to demonstrate why we should protect these animals instead of fearing them. Explore sharks and their unique adaptations with a focus on the species found in the Gulf of Maine.
The goal of Sharks4Kids is to create the next generation of shark advocates through education, outreach, and adventure. No matter where we live, sharks matter and we are working to empower students and inspire them to be a voice for sharks and our oceans. For more information, call the Library at 244-7065.
Kids Tour de Force will be playing in Pittsfield's Summer Concert Series. At approximately 7:40 or so, there will be a dedication of the Cupola that was on the Hathorn Stable which is being returned to the former Hathorn Estate, now Hathorn Park. For background: https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=2457&dat=19810216&id=uWU-AAAAIBAJ&sjid=xFkMAAAAIBAJ&pg=3002%2C144171
Bring any and all school supply donations to one of our Dead River offices in Millinocket, Lincoln or Houlton between July 1-September 1, and be entered into a drawing for: $100 in FREE product for your home**! **You do not need to be a current customer to enter. Want to make a money donation? Send your donation to Dead River Company, Attn: Krissie 795 Central St, Millinocket ME 04462
The donations will be given to the local area public schools in the Houlton, Lincoln and Millinocket and surrounding areas.
Waterville Public Library
73 Elm Street
Waterville, ME 04901
Do you like to take things apart and see how they work? Do you want to find out about the hardware that runs your favorite game or robotic toy? Would you like create and design games or devices when you finish school? Join us for 4 Take Apart sessions on July 13, 20, 27, and August 3! We’ll take the guts out of some electronic devices and see what makes them go. In the last session, we’ll use the parts to make an art installation for the Teen Room. Attend all 4 sessions and win your own circuit tester or precision screwdriver set!
The program is free and open to anyone aged 7 to 18. But, space is limited so registration is required.
Sign up using the link below. or by calling the Library at 680-2604.
This program is supported by a grant from the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation, named in honor of the groundbreaking children’s book author, who believed that public education is one of the greatest legacies of our country, one that benefits children from every walk of life.
For Keats, it was at public school that he received encouragement to pursue his vocation as an artist. And the public library was a haven that introduced him to the wonders of art history.
To offer a similar experience to new generations, the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation created Mini-Grants: awards of up to $500 given to public schools and public libraries for projects that foster creative expression, working together and interaction with a diverse community.
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