This link takes you to our music and Spoken Word library on PodOmatic.com. Transform your workout, a walk in the woods, drive-time, or even bedtime with Owl Radio exclusive recordings!
Our streaming channel is up and running 24/7 with programs curated specifically for our patrons' musical tastes, including, Adult Contemporay, Pop, Mainstream Jazz, Classic and Goldies Rock, Showtunes, Sountracks, and of course, plenty of Classical/Light Classical.
It's a whole world of listening for our community.
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Tickets Still Available for Skidompha's Final Community Read Benefit Event!
Looking for fun summer events for you and your guests? Tickets are going fast for our remaining Community Read benefit event!
August 3: Hardy Boat Cruise benefit. Tickets are $50 each. The Hardy Boat Cruise will include a two hour sunset cruise, live music, a boxed picnic (lobster or chicken roll, small salad, cookie, soft drink), and a cash (wine and beer) bar. *All passengers must park their cars in the ball field. Passengers must be on the dock by 7:00 PM to board. Rain date:Monday, August 10, same time.
Click here to order Hardy Boat Sunset Cruise tickets via email or call (207) 563-1940. They are also available at the Maine Coast Book Shop.
Or email Amy McNaughton at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (207) 563-1940 for tickets today! They are also available at the Maine Coast Book Shop.
You can also follow the Read on Facebook.
But Wait--There's More!!!
As part of their sponsorship of the Community Read A.G.A. Correa & Son Jewelry has donated one of their exquisite Turks-head 4 strand bracelets in sterling silver. Click here for a look! We are selling only 100 raffle tickets at $50 each so your odds of winning are excellent! To purchase a ticket stop by the library, call 563-1940, or email email@example.com. The Community Read is also generously sponsored by Drum & Drum Real Estate and by HM Payson.
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Skidompha’s “By Popular Demand” Film Series
The Wizard of Oz (1939, 102 min.)
Monday August 3, 7 PM
Judy Garland stars as Dorothy, a young Kansas farm girl who is whisked away by a twister to the land of Oz. Accompanied by a brainless Scarecrow (Ray Bolger), a heartless Tin Man (Jack Haley), and a Cowardly Lion (Bert Lahr), Dorothy and her little dog, Toto, follow the Yellow Brick Road seeking the Wizard of Oz (Frank Morgan) in order that he may grant her wish to return home. The film was nominated for six Academy Awards.
The Last Picture Show (1971, 1:28)
Monday August 10, 7 PM
Released in 1971 to critical acclaim and public controversy, the film garnered eight Academy Award nominations (including Best Picture) and was hailed as the most important work by a young American director since Citizen Kane.
This popular program brings outstanding members of the literary world, arts and sciences to Skidompha to present programs that are free and open to the public. While the series’ emphasis is on top-notch authors, programs often appeal to those interested in the liberal arts in general.
10 AM, Tues. Aug 4: Kyrill Schabert
Tourist season is here and many of you are making plans to host summer guests. What can you do with them on a rainy day? Give them a pass! In addition to passes to the The Children's Museum of Maine, Portland Museum of Art and The Farnsworth Art Museum, we now have passes to the Boothbay Railway Village! These destinations are great places to go as the weather begins to heat up and visitors are eager to see as much of Maine as possible. Simply call or stop by the front desk to reserve your passes.