Tuesday, December 6th @ 6:00 | Author Event: Ron Chase will present his book, The Great Mars Hill Bank Robbery: The True Adventures of Maine’s Zaniest Criminal. Copies will be available for purchase and the author will sign copies at the end of the program. This program is co-hosted by Lithgow Library and the Unitarian Universalist Community Church.
Thursday, December 8th @ Noon | Brown Bag Lunch Series – Healthy Holiday Tips from the Healthy Living Resource Center at MaineGeneral Medical Center.
Tuesday, December 13th @ 6:00 | Holiday Concert with Heart n’ Soul Quartet – join us for a festive evening of holiday music in the Community Room! For more information on Heart n’ Soul Quartet, visit their Facebook page here.
Tuesday, January 17th 4:30 – 6:30 | All A’ Board Game Night – Miss having the family gathered around the table, but can’t stand the thought of another endless round of Monopoly? Turns out board games have come a long way since we were kids. Come see what you might be missing out on! Our staff and volunteers will be on hand to teach you, your family and friends some great new games. So say ‘Sorry!’ to that dusty old Scrabble box and join us to put the fun back in family game night! (Ages 8+)
January – February | New Ventures Maine Workshops – New Ventures Maine offers classes on career planning, money management and small business planning, around the state. In January and February we will be offering several of their free workshops:
- Wednesday, January 18th, 10 – Noon: Job Search Success
- Wednesday, January 25th, 10 – Noon: Budgeting Basics
- Wednesdays from February 1 – March 1, 9:30 – Noon: Career Planning (sign-up required)
Upcoming Book Discussions *Please note that in January, book group will move to Wednesday nights.
- Tuesday, December 13th from 5 – 8pm | The Cider House Rules by John Irving.
- Book Discussion and film showing: The film will begin at 5pm and the book discussion will follow.
- Wednesday, January 18th @ 6:30 | Valiant Ambition: George Washington, Benedict Arnold and the Fate of the American Revolution by Nathaniel Philbrick.
- Wednesday, February 15th @ 6:30 | A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman.