Henry D. Moore Parish House and Library • Steuben, ME



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Coming Soon
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Every Tuesday 1 to 3 pm Fiber/textiles group. All knitters, crotcherers, needlepointers, and others who want the company of others who share their passion for fiber arts are encouraged to come and join in on these open sessions in the "Ladies Parlor" room of the library.
Every Thursday 1 to 3 pm American Mahjong group. Beginners as well as experienced players are welcome to come an join the fun. Patient instruction for those who have never played. Downstairs in the Holland Room.
February During library hours Art in the Library. featuring the work of JoAnn Billings, an award-winning photographer who specializes in presenting photography in useful formats such as jewelry boxes, clocks, notebooks and even pot holders. She will also be showing and selling prints and her delightful photographs in miniature for dollhouses or to fill those tiny spaces. Although she loves all kinds of photography, she especially enjoys macro and still life.
February 4th 3:30–4:30 pm

After School Program. Children ages 5 and up will be able to experiment with coding robots, have fun building with legos, play with snap circuits, use wooden blocks, do occasional craft projects, and more. (If you are a high school student who needs community service hours, consider helping out with these events.) Free.

February 8th 6 pm

Movie. "Incredibles 2". PG. 125 min. Animated adventure film featuring everyone's favorite family of superheros. Admission is free and refreshments are sold by donation.

February 10th 2:00 pm

Concert. Join us for an afternoon of lively music with the group O'McCrelli, a trio of musicians – Jim O’Neil, Kara McCrimmon, and John Viselli - who are well known in eastern Maine, performing throughout the region for well over a decade. They bring to life tunes from the Celtic tradition, as well as newer folks songs from 1960's onward. Each member of the band is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist. O'McCrelli features tight vocal harmonies and instrumental tunes played on a rotating selection of guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, whistle, piano or button accordion, and bass. Also Monique Vigeant wil be displaying a selection of her beautiful handcrafted Selkie Skin Soaps.

March 4th 4 pm

Book Club. The group will discuss the classic dystopian novel Farenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. Copies of the book are available at the library.

 


Looking Ahead
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