SEARSPORT — History dominates October at Carver Memorial Library with a historical look at Searsport architecture, a vintage book sale, and tips and tricks for genealogy. Also on tap are games and poetry.
Architectural History of Searsport
Thursday Oct 3, 6:30pm
Sandi Cirillo and Lin Calista of the Searsport Historical Commission will show slides and talk about the architectural styles and history in Searsport.
No Storytime Friday October 4.
Vintage Book Sale
Sat, Oct 5, 10-1pm.
Vintage books priced as marked. Plus stamp albums with usable stamps!
Genealogy Tips and Tricks
Tues, Oct 8, 3:30pm
Tips and tricks for genealogists and those getting started. Presented by the Maine State Library. Those interested in a genealogy group are invited to meet afterwards.
Balancing Act 2: Maine Poets - Thurs Oct 10, 6:30pm
A panel of Maine women poets will read from and discuss their new anthology. Those interested in a poetry reading group are invited to meet afterwards.
Closed for Indigenous Peoples’ Day Mon, Oct. 14.
Tech Topics - Tuesday, Oct 22, 3:30pm
Open Q&A. Your tech questions answered.
Mah Jongg - Monday, Oct 28, 1pm
Second and fourth Mondays of the month, 1pm
Do you have a ghost experience you'd be willing to share? Back, by popular demand, Searsport Town Historian Charlene Knox Farris will be telling her "Searsport Ghost Stories" and encouraging audience members to do the same over cider and donuts. Come and join her, if you dare!
Children Take Home a Free Book!
Thursday, Oct 31, 10-5:30pm.
Crafternoons – Thursdays at 3:30pm.
Join us for an afternoon of crafts and socializing in front of the fireplace. Bring your knitting, mending, or craft projects for conversation, questions, and new friends. Bigger group on third Thursdays, drop in any week.