Programs

Below are some of our recent programs. To see our regularly scheduled programs, click here.

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  • The Bibliophile Read-a-force meets 12/22 Hey, middle school students!  Are you looking for a last minute holiday gift?  Join us on Friday, December 22 at 2:00 p.m. and DIY!
  • December is Food for Fines Month Library patrons can get their overdue fines forgiven by donating an equal value of non-perishable food items through the Food for Fines program, through the month of December. The food will be taken to Loaves and Fishes food pantry. Cash and Check donations to Loaves and Fishes will also be accepted. For more information, call the ...
  • Annual Wish Stars Check out the bulletin board and select a star which has the title and purchase price of a “wished for” item at the Library. You pay for the item, we will do the purchasing. A book plate with name can be inserted in the purchased item. This is a great way to honor your book ...
  • Ellsworth Chess Club Meetings – December Please call ahead as meeting may be moved to a different location in the library due to carpet replacement. The Ellsworth Chess Club, hosted by Dick Powell, meets weekly on Thursdays at 6:00pm at the Ellsworth Public Library. Visitors and new people are welcome. The dates of the December meetings are as follows: 12/7, 12/14, 12/21, ...
  • Knitting and Other Fiber Arts Group meetings for December Come knit, crochet, or spin with us on the first and third Saturday of each month. Join us at the Ellsworth Public Library, at 10:00 a.m. in the Knitting Nook (3rd floor). The dates of the December meetings are: 12/2, 12/16 with a special meeting on the 30th in the Riverview room. Knitters, spinners, and crocheters of ...
  • Let’s Learn About: Library Experiences 2017 November Learn about Library Experiences Libraries are changing; they will be very different in the future and serve their patrons in different ways. This site will tell you all about it: http://librarysciencedegree.usc.edu/resources/articles-and-blogs/what-will-future-libraries-look-like/ This site will give you ten ways libraries of the future will be different. https://www.teachthought.com/literacy/10-ways-the-library-of-the-future-will-be-different/ And this site will provide you with 23 ways ...
  • PJ Storytime in December Pave the way for sweet dreams with our weekly PJ Storytime!  Join us on Wednesday nights at 6:30 for some bedtime stories.