Kids & Teens

This summer our program theme is LIBRARIES ROCK! Join us as we rock-out with geology, fossils, gemstones, minerals, musical instruments, Rock & Roll history, and more!

Calendar of Events

Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Book Babies with Mr. Mark
10am – Skidompha Library, Kids Area – Free

Rock & Roll History with REEL to REEL MUSIC
2:30pm – Skidompha Library, Kids Area – Free
So you like music. But do you know anything about the history of Pink Floyd or Nirvana? Stop by to learn more about Rock-n-Roll history from our town’s experts on all things rad: Reel to Reel Music Store! You’ll learn a lot and get to listen to some awesome music. What could be better? 
Ages 12 and up. Drop-in activity.

Friday, July 27, 2018
Kieve Climbing Wall
9am to 12pm – Skidompha Parking Lot – Free
Join us in the back parking lot of Skidompha Library to climb the Camp Kieve portable climbing wall. This 30’ tall structure features a variety of challenges for the beginner to experienced climber. All ages and abilities welcome. Children as young as 3 were climbing in years past! Children must have guardian present.

Saturday, July 28, 2018
OWL CINEMA FAMILY FOODIE FILM: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009)
11am – Skidompha Library, Porter Hall – Free
Stars: Anna Faris, Bill Hader, Bruce Campbell
A local scientist is often regarded as a failure until he invents a machine that can make food fall from the sky. But little does he know, that things are about to take a turn for the worst. Thank you to Lincoln County Publishing for their generous sponsorship!

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Toddler Time with Mr. Mark
10am – Skidompha Library, Kids Area – Free

Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Book Babies with Mr. Mark
10am – Skidompha Library, Kids Area – Free

4H Presents: Minerals and Gems!
10am – Skidompha Library – Free
Calling all 4th through 6th graders to dive into the world of minerals and gems! No advance sign up necessary.

Thursday, August 2, 2018
Coyote and Boy Ben Marionette Show
10am to 12pm – Skidompha Library, Porter Hall – Free
This is a story of a Mother Coyote searching for her little pup who has run off to play with a butterfly, and a boy called Ben who found himself in the forest after joyfully following a bunny. We invite you to come and join us in their touching and unforgettable meeting.  Natives Peoples passed on stories similar to this regarding their respectful relationship with Coyote. Performance by the Song Dog Puppeteers. All marionettes and stage created by our wondrous artist Melissa Glendinning, original music composed by Elizabeth Starr and performed by our own Maine musicians.

Summer Reading Award Bash and Ice Cream Social 
1pm to 3pm – Skidompha Library, Kids Area – Free
You’ve worked hard on your summer reading hours – now come celebrate your accomplishments with Skidompha! You’ll be able to select your final donation prizes for the Animal Shelter as well as participate in a Talent Show and Ice Cream Social!

More details to come! Please check back for additional info!