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.
Upcoming Book Discussions *Please note that in January, book group will move to Wednesday nights.
- Wednesday, March 22nd @ 6:30 | A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
- Wednesday, April 19th @ 6:30 | The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot – A Capital Read 2017 selection.
- Wednesday, May 24th @ 6:30 | The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead