The Library will be closed on Thursday and Friday, open on Saturday from 9-1. Happy Thanksgiving!
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The trustees meet the third Thursday of each month. Next meeting is Thursday, November 19, at 5:00. Meetings are open to the public.
The Waldoboro Public Library teamed up with the Waldoboro Fire Department and the Waldoborough Historical Society to create an online exhibit of the fire department's 175 years from its creation until the present. This exhibit is at Maine Memory Network, Maine's statewide digital museum, and can be seen here.
Thanksgiving Pie Sale
Wednesday, November 25, from 10-5
(the day before Thanksgiving)
Most pies will be $15.
Other goodies available, too.
Let us do the baking for you!
Homeowner Energy Clinics at the Waldoboro Public Library
Coastal Senior College and Midcoast Green Collaborative will host a homeowner energy clinic at the Waldoboro Public Library on Tuesday, December 1, from 6 to 8 p.m. The instructor is Paul Kando, energy researcher, columnist, and teacher. The clinic is free and open to the public.
The homeowner energy clinic is a two-hour workshop that covers the basics of building science and a rich variety of techniques to improve the energy efficiency of an existing house. Attendees are encouraged to ask their own questions and bring up challenges they face in upgrading their houses. The presentation is designed to primarily serve homeowners, but it is also useful to others involved in weatherizing homes and other buildings. Click here for more information.
Farnsworth Art Museum Passes
Thanks to the very generous gift from Plein Air Painters-The Real Thing, the Library now has free passes to the Farnsworth Art Museum for our patrons to use. Thank you, Plein Air Painters!
To see what's on exhibit at the Farnsworth, click here.
Above is just a sampling of the quilts on display for November and December, courtesy of Georges Valley Quilters.
New Permaculture Collection
Thanks to a grant from a local group which prefers to remain anonymous, the Library has been able to purchase books, DVDs, and a periodical subscription all on the topic of permaculture. For a list of these resources, click here.
Mon. & Thu. 12-7
Wed. & Fri. 10-5
Closed Tue. & Sun.
P.O. Box 768
958 Main St.
Waldoboro, ME 04572