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Mondays and Wednesdays at 10:30
Library Card Amendment
The Wells Public Library has recently amended its Library Card Policy to allow legal residents and/or property owners to receive a Wells Public Library resident card. Previously, only legal residents of Ogunquit were included. We are very excited about this change, and welcome all Ogunquit property owners/residents, year-round or seasonal, to obtain a free library card.
Money in Politics: Democracy’s Crisis in Confidence
September 23rd at 6:30
Money in Politics: Democracy’s Crisis in Confidence will be the subject of a non-partisan program featuring B.J. McCollister from the non-profit, Maine Citizens for Clean Elections on Tuesday, September 23rd at 6:30. Join us as Mr. McCollister speaks about the threat of money in politics and upcoming state and federal legislation. A discussion about hearing the voice of the mill workers as clearly as the voice of the CEOs will follow. This is the first program in our Fall Political Program Series. For more information contact Kristi Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the library at 646-8181.
Get Informed about Health Insurance
September 24th at 1:30
Wednesday, September 24 from 1:30-2:30 pm get informed about Obamacare with Robin Bibber and Celyn Reed, Healthcare Navigators from Nasson Health Care. Robin and Celyn will help you understand what Obamacare is, how to compare health insurance plans, and how to enroll during Open Enrollment which begins November 15, 2014 and ends February 15, 2015.
September 30th at 6:30
Join us for the second program of our Fall Political Program Series on Tuesday, September 30th at 6:30 pm. Join Maine author, Jim Witherell, as he reads from and sells copies of his newly released book, Ed Muskie: Made in Maine.
This insightful biography covers the life and career of Edmund "Ed” Muskie, from his childhood in Rumford, to his years as the governor of Maine. Muskie was born in a paper mill town and one of six children of a Polish immigrants. His arc through his formative years was an American story that looks plausible only in hindsight.
Jim Witherell, a historian from Lewiston, Maine, is also the author of L.L. Bean: The Man and His Company, also available from Tilbury House. For more information contact Kristi Bryant at email@example.com or call the library at 646-8181.
Lunch and Learn with Naturalist Josh Fecteau
October 3rd at 12:00
Lunch and Learn with us at Harbor Park on Friday, October 3 from 12-1. Join naturalist Josh Fecteau at the Wells Harbor for a one hour, slow-paced nature walk to identify the trees, shrubs, and late flowering wildflowers, as well as the birds seen along the walk.
Stay after the program to enjoy some light
refreshments in the gazebo. Feel free to bring a lunch, while the
library will provide drinks and dessert.
For more information, please contact Kristi Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the library at 646-8181.
Friday, October 3rd at 2 p.m.
It’s time to get ready for our next Random Fandom Friday! Come celebrate all things zombie on Friday, October 3 from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. We will be making zombie crafts, talking about our favorite zombie series, eating snacks, and playing games. Random Fandom is a monthly program held on the first Friday of the month for grades 5 -8. For more information, please contact Cidney at email@example.com, or call the library at 646-8181. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Wells public Library.
October 6th at 6:15
Join us on Monday, October 6 for the second of two programs designed to help investigate various elements of the Muslim culture. Attend a viewing of the film "Koran By Heart”, followed by a facilitated discussion with Human Rights advocate and Muslim scholar Reza Jalali. Jalali was raised in Iran and has lived in Maine since 1985, where he is currently the Muslim Chaplain at Bates College.
This program will be held at the Wells High School Auditorium. Co-sponsored by Wells-Ogunquit Adult Education and the Maine Humanities Council.
Fall Scavenger Hunt
Leaves, pine cones, and hidden treasure will all be included in our fall scavenger hunt on October 9th at the Wells Public Library. Lists will be available all day at the library, and small prizes will be awarded to those who complete them. Please contact Cidney Mayes at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the library at 646-8181. This event is free, and sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library.
October 10th at 3:30
October is the perfect time of year for pumpkin decorating! On October 10th stop by the library at 3:30 to decorate pumpkins (and cookies and eat pumpkin pie!). For more information on this free program, please contact Cidney Mayes at email@example.com or call the library at 646-8181. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library.
Get Informed about Healthcare
October 16th at 6:30 p.m.
On Thursday, October 16 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. get Informed about Obamacare with Robin Bibber and Celyn Reed, Healthcare Navigators from Nasson Health Care. Robin and Celyn will explain exactly what Obamacare is, how to compare health insurance plans, and how to enroll during Open Enrollment, which runs from November 15, 2014 through February 15, 2015.
We're Still Knitting & Crocheting
Fridays at 10:30
The library’s Knitting & Crochet group just finished a group project making scarves for the Boston Marathon Scarf Project.
The Marathon Scarf Project is organized by members of the Old South Knitters, the church's group of about 30 knitters, crocheters and weavers. The group is collecting handmade scarves in the colors of royal blue and yellow, the official colors of the Boston Marathon.
Each scarf will be presented to a runner on Sunday, April 20, the day before the marathon.
We still meet every Friday from 10:30 – noon and new members, no matter what age or skill level, are always welcome.
Wells Public Library Newsletter
If you live in Wells, your copy of the newsletter has been mailed. If you don't receive a copy, you can read it here anytime, or pick one up at the library!
Click here to read the September-October newsletter