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Skidompha Library Holiday Hours 2014

Wednesday, Nov. 26: Normal hours:  9 until 5
Thursday, Nov. 27: Thanksgiving Day  CLOSED
Friday, Nov. 28: CLOSED

Wednesday, Dec. 24: Christmas Eve:  9 until 1
Thursday, Dec. 25: Christmas Day   CLOSED

Wednesday, Dec. 31Normal hours:  9 until 5
Tuesday, Jan. 1: New Year’s Day  CLOSED

Happy holidays to all !

Dec. 4: Reza Jalali - Our Immigrant Neighbors 

Dec.1 – JOYEUX NOEL (2005, 116 min)
Our newest film series celebrates the seasons, holidays--national or otherwise--and other events through the chillier part of the calendar, when it's mostly "just us" local folks, before the summer tourists return. Weather permitting (check our home page for notices if you're unsure), we'll be here to share some community warmth with you!

Our staff genealogy specialist Kathy Maclachlan recently updated the Genealogy web page with loads of new resources. Check it out!

In The Atrium:

Presented  by Attic Heirlooms located across the street from the library. The black and white quilt (middle) was made by Lynn Fielding.


In the Cary Gallery:

Through December: The Real Thing Group:

Be sure to check out the latest exhibit in the library's Carey gallery, Our newest show features the work of seven local artists who are members of the Plein Air - The Real Thing group of 25 artists who paint along the mid-coast of Maine from late spring to early fall. Works in acrylic, oil, pastel, and watercolor by artists Carole Blanton, Sarah Fisher, Caroline Janover, Dick Miller, Kay Miller, Carol Smith, and Bob Vaughan will hang through the end of December.

Library Hours 

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 9 AM to 5 PM
Thursday: 9 AM to 7 PM
Saturday: 9 AM to 1 PM

We're closed on Sundays and Mondays

The Atrium
Willie, Our Power Volunteer
The Second Hand Book Store
Gisela Rhodes & Barbara Martin
Our sign in front of the old library circa 1999
The courtyard on a sunny day
Frank Avantaggio
Barbara Cooney, our patron saint.
The Harry Potter Sorting Hat makes an appearance.
The Upton Eagle
Scavenger Hunt 2012
Special Story Hour Guest
Sharing a Story
Father's Day Craft
Teen Room
Teen Room
Nobleboro School Visit
Teen Henna Program
Teen Henna Program
Teen Henna Program
Ready To Read
Teen Henna Program
2012 Summer Reading Program Banner
The Lupine Lady by Barbara Cooney
Scavenger Hunt 2012
Sharing a Story
Teen Gaming
Teen Duct Tape Program
Teens at the Library
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