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Skidompha Library Holiday Hours 2014
Wednesday, Dec. 24: Christmas Eve: 9 until 1
Thursday, Dec. 25: Christmas Day CLOSED
Wednesday, Dec. 31: Normal hours: 9 until 5
Tuesday, Jan. 1: New Year’s Day CLOSED
Happy holidays to all !
Gizmo Gardens Registrations Due Jan. 5
Did you miss the Gizmo Gardens presentation? Here it is on YouTube. The program is open to all area 6th - 9th grade students during the February Vacation. Applications are due by Jan. 5, 2015. Contact Youth Librarian Mark Ferrero (563-1058)
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10 am, Jan 15: Maine Warden John Ford and Trooper Mark Nickerson
7 pm, Jan. 5 – CALENDAR GIRLS (2003, 108 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. All shows on Mondays at 7 pm, weather permitting (check our home page for notices if you're unsure), we'll be here to share some community warmth with you!
In The Atrium
The quilts for December were created by: Janet Elwin, Pat Johnston, and Sandra Schultz.
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.
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