Modern homesteading topic of Gardiner book talk March 25

GARDINER — Writer and farmer Kirsten Lie-Nielsen, author of “So You Want to Be a Modern Homesteader: All The Dirt on Living the Good Life”…

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Fly Rod Crosby book topic of Carrabassett Valley library talk March 29

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — The Carrabassett Valley Public Library will host a book talk Friday, March 29, focusing on “Cornelia ‘Fly Rod’ Crosby, Champion of Maine”…

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Author will speak about history of Swan Island in Dresden

DRESDEN — Author T. Blen Parker will share the first of a trilogy of historical novels revolving around the very real Swan Island in the…

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Auburn church seeking children’s books for food pantry

AUBURN — The Auburn United Methodist Church is asking for donations of children’s books for the Auburn Food Pantry.

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Cribbage, children’s author on tap at Turner Public Library in March

TURNER — Kevin Hawkes, the popular author and illustrator of numerous books, and a new twice-monthly cribbage gathering are both scheduled for Turner Public Library…

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Norway Public Library spring book group looks at nature

NORWAY — Norway Memorial Library will hold a a spring book discussion, “Conversations about Nature,” from April 4 through May 16. The naturalist John Muir…

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Free Maine cloudLibrary class at Carrabassett Valley Public Library March 1

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — The Carrabassett Valley Public Library, in conjunction with the Maine State Library, now offers online access to many of its titles. Using…

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Norway author publishes book on Oxford roller rink

NORWAY — Local author Patricia Probert Gott’s “Roller Rink Rules: Memories of Motion 26, Oxford, Maine,” a historic look at the Oxford Hills area, was…

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14 Years as Maine lighthouse keeper Kennebec Historical Society topic March 20

AUGUSTA — Imagine living in a century-old light keeper’s house on the coast of Maine. It sounds like a fantasy, but for Tom and Lee…

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Naturalist Heinrich to speak at Turner Public Library March 9

TURNER — Turner Public Library will host author and naturalist Bernd Heinrich at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at the Library, 98 Matthews Way.

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