Monthly Archives: August 2013

Tonight! Summer’s Last Hurrah!

PSO Woodwind QuintetJoin us for our summer finale!  Portland Symphony Orchestra’s woodwind quintet will present Peter and the Wolf at 6:30 pm tonight.  What happens when Peter and his friends come face-to-face with the big bad wolf?  Find out, in Portland Symphony’s portrayal of Peter’s adventures with his favorite friends — a bird, a cat, and a duck — in an adaptation of Sergei Prokofiev’s beloved musical tale!  Hear different instruments become the voice of different animals!  A fun night for all ages.

We’ll draw the raffle winners for the Children’s Summer Reading Program before the show.  Winners get to choose a gift certificate from: Arundel Ice Cream, Berry’d Treasures, Kennebunk House of Pizza, Poofberry’s and Toppings Restaurant.  Thank you to these fine local businesses for supporting our Summer Reading Program!

We’ll be outside, weather permitting, next door at the Unitarian Universalist Church if necessary.  Open to everyone!

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Last Summer Storytime Tomorrow

2 children readingOur last storytime of the summer will be tomorrow, Tues., Aug. 20, at 10:15 am.  All ages are welcome to join us for songs, stories and more.  No pre-registration is needed.  We’ll take a short break until after school starts, with storytimes returning the week of Sept. 9.

Portland Symphony Woodwind Quintet Presents Peter and the Wolf

CD coverTues., Aug. 20
6:30 pm

What happens when Peter and his friends come face-to-face with the big bad wolf?  Find out, when Portland Symphony’s woodwind quintet portrays Peter’s adventures with his favorite friends — a bird, a cat, and a duck — in an adaptation of Sergei Prokofiev’s beloved musical tale!  We’ll be outside, weather permitting, next door at the Unitarian Universalist Church if necessary.  Open to everyone!

Teen Trivia Night

Teen Trivia graphicGrades 6-12  Tuesday, August 13th @ 6:00 p.m.  Teen Trivia Night will consist of twenty questions with subjects ranging from history, pop culture, music, movies, and technology.  Teens can play alone or team up with friends.  Pre-registration is required by calling 985-2173 x5 or emailing here.

Personal Time Capsules

Time capsuleHow would you like to remember your current self ten years from now?  You can, by making a personal time capsule!  A personal time capsule is a container used for storing a selection of objects chosen as being typical of the present day and then buried for discovery in the future.  Prior to the program, participants will collect items for their capsule to bring to the library on the day of the program.  This program is for students in grades 6-12.  Pre-registration is required by calling 985-2173 x5 or emailing here.