A Capital Read 2017: This year’s title for our annual community read program is The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. Click here for information¬† on the events happening in April and where to get a free copy of the book!


2016 TAX INFORMATION: The library will not receive tax forms or instructions this year, but we have collected some useful links to commonly used tax forms and resources – click here for our tax information page.


Wednesday, March 22nd, 1:00 – 2:00 | Author and Master Naturalist, Dorcas Miller – She will talk about the second edition of her book, Track Finder.

Dorcas is an instructor for the Maine Master Naturalist Program and has assembled a collection of prints in clay, plaster casts, skulls, scat, other signs, and life-sized trail patterns, which together comprise a wonderful hands-on opportunity for learning about Maine mammals.


  • Tuesday, April 4th @ 6:30 | Malaga Island, Fragmented Lives – Kate McBrien (Maine Historical Society) and Joanna Torow (Maine State Museum).
  • Wednesday, April 12th @ 6:30 | Exploring Bioethics: Consent, Ownership, and Medical Research – Greg Fahy, Ph.D., UMA.
  • Saturday, April 29th @ 2:00 Augusta Civic Center, North Wing | A Discussion with Two Members of the (Henrietta) Lacks Family.

Click here for more information on these A Capital Read 2017 programs.


Upcoming Book Discussions *Please note that in January, book group will move to Wednesday nights.