We offer a variety of regular Library programs to help patrons connect with the community and the Library, and discover new interests and skills. These programs include the following:
Twice-weekly preschool Story Time each Tuesday and Wednesday, 10:30 AM, September through May. Read, sing, and do crafts!
Weekly adult knitting social each Friday, 9:30-11:00 AM, year-round. Bring yarn projects of any sort and socialize in our comfortable conference room. Experienced or new knitters and crocheters welcome!
Weekly Dog Ears program each Wednesday, September through June, 3:30-5:00 PM! Contact library staff to schedule your 15-minute appointment to read to one of our Tail Waggin’ Tutors! These visits are shown to increase the skills and confidence of reluctant or struggling readers. Call today to reserve your spot!
Drop-in Tech Help for those who have questions or want to learn more about technology use. These sessions aim to be relaxed and focused on the individual’s needs and questions. Our next Tech Help event is scheduled for Monday, May 14th; half-hour personalized slots are available 9:00-11:00 AM.
Monthly adult Book Club on the first Monday of the month, September through May, 5:45 PM. Discuss the book of the month with other members! Our final Book Club meeting for the spring will be held on Monday, May at 5:45 PM; the group will be discussing Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI by David Grann. Call the Library for more information.
Seasonal Lego Fun at the Library. Children of all ages are invited to the Brewer Public Library for Lego free-build time on specific dates. Our final spring Lego session will be held Saturday, April 14, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM. No sign-up is required; call the Library with any questions.
Regular adult nutrition classes. These sessions help adults gain knowledge of how to have a more balanced diet, as well as provide delicious recipe ideas. Check our calendar for future dates and more information.
Children’s art workshop (for students in grades 2-5), various dates September through May. Check our calendar for future dates and more information.
Annual Summer Reading Program, six weeks June through July, for children ages newborn through 12th grade.
Seasonal pre-opera talk, fall through spring. These talks are presented in cooperation with the Orono Friends of the Opera group and present information to help attendees make the most of their experience with the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (presented at the Collins Center for the Arts). Our upcoming pre-opera talk is scheduled for Wednesday, April 25; Cathleen Bauschatz will present on Cendrillon. Call the Library for more information.
Seasonal StoryWalk® project, Memorial Day weekend through late October. The StoryWalk® is currently closed for the season; call the Library for more information on the project.
One-day pass to the Maine Discovery Museum (admits up to 4 individuals) and a day pass to Maine State Parks (admits up to a 17-passenger vehicle to many state parks) are available FREE to patrons in good standing. Visit the Library circulation desk, or call us for more information.
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