Fall Parade, intro to Nanowrimo, and more

October 2021 activities at Carver Memorial Library

Sun, 09/26/2021 - 11:45am

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Carver Memorial Library
Searsport, ME
United States

SEARSPORT — Carver Memorial Library has organized the following programs for October 2021.

World Postcard Day is October 1
DIY Kits and Take and Make Kits: Watercolor Postcards

Kits available Thursday, September 30.
Watercolor your own postcards and send a note to family and friends!
Five Animal Qigong
Wednesdays at 3pm, through October.
On the library lawn. For inclement weather, we'll be at Union Hall, 1 Union St (upstairs at the Town Office).
A fun and friendly introduction to Turtle, Snake, Crane, Tiger, and Dragon with Dean Anderson. All ages, small children to seniors.
Poetry Meetup
Tuesday, October 5, 3pm
Outside on the library lawn, Zoom if it’s raining.
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Meeting ID: 858 1026 8656
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If you don't have a connection at home, you can use a laptop at the library.
Pick up a Blackout Poetry kit starting Tuesday Sept 28. On the 5th we’ll talk about our poetry creations or share poetry we like. Kids, teens, and adults encouraged, poetry is for everyone. If there’s interest, we’ll start a poetry club and keep going!

Fling into Fall Parade
Saturday, October 9 at 10:45am
Line up on Norris Ave. March with us!

(image.png: Sue McClintock, Library Director and Cipperly Good, President of the board of trustees, in the 4th of July parade, 2021).

Closed for Indigenous Peoples Day, Monday October 11.

Book Club: High Tide at Noon by Elizabeth Ogilvie
Tuesday October 12, 1pm
Location: Community Building, 42 Prospect St.
All welcome! Discuss or just listen in.

Nanowrimo Intro: National Novel Writing Month
October 26 at 3pm.
Meet at the library, we'll see what the weather does re: inside or outside.
Let's write together in November! Nanowrimo encourages you to just write! A lot! About anything! Set your own goals and reach for the stars. Nanowrimo is a great way to connect with others, stay motivated and bash out your first draft. What are you thinking about writing? All ages, adults, teens, and kids are encouraged to participate. If you love it, we’ll have weekly check-ins in November.