Thursday, August 3 @ 1pm
Please RSVP: 926-4840 or email@example.com
Is a bug an insect? Is a spider a bug? Chewonki’s “Bugmobile” transports the world of arthropods—insects and their relatives—into the library.
Using models, costumes, and live specimens, they will explain the unique characteristics of four major groups of arthropods. The live “bug” species will introduce you to some of the fascinating adaptations essential for survival, such as mimicry, camouflage, armor, and the use of venom.
Join the Library's 2023 Reading Challenge, The Display Dozen. Adults, teens, and children can all participate--and win prizes!
Attention knitters, crocheters, sewers, embroiderers, and other fiber artists! All skill levels welcome--even if you have no skills (yet!). Bring whatever you're currently working on or a project you want to start. You don't have to be there right at the beginning--drop in any time you're available between 5 and 7pm on Tuesdays. You can even use this time to work on something for the Friends of the New Gloucester Public Library's hat, scarf, and mitten drive!
Wednesdays and Sundays at 11am
Join Ms. Emily for stories and songs. Ages 0-5.
University of Maine Cooperative Extension conducts the state’s most successful out-of-school youth educational program. 4-H is a positive youth development organization that empowers young people to reach their full potential. Thousands of Maine youth participate annually in projects focused on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM); Healthy Lifestyles programs; and Youth Community Action/Engagemet/Leadership.
Extension employees and volunteers are committed to creating positive experiential learning experiences for Maine youth; promoting and helping create positive relationships between youth and adults; creating and supporting positive, inclusive, and safe learning environments; and providing youth with opportunities to experience positive risk-taking challenges and growth.
For more information please call the library at 207-926-4840 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Teens help with programming, shelving, and a variety of other library tasks while earning volunteer hours. Ages 12-16.