All Upcoming Library Events

May French Group

French Conversation Group, Scarborough Public Library

Our next gathering is May 21. All levels of French speakers are welcome! Expand your speaking skills by practicing the language in a welcoming atmosphere. If you would like more information before joining in, contact Adult Services at  883-4723 option 4. Covered beverages are allowed in the Conference room.


Tuesday, May 21, 2019 - 6:30pm

Tips for Decluttering Your Life

Janie Downey Maxwell, Organizational Zen, Declutter

Decluttering is all the rage, but is it right for you? And if it is the right choice for you, how can you best tackle it? Janie Downey Maxwell loves sharing ideas on ways to get your life organized. Come with a list of questions and challenges and she’ll help you get on a road to success. Janie  derives great joy helping people and businesses solve organizational challenges. She came to Maine to work for L.L.Bean where she ran the business end of the Creative Department.


Wednesday, May 22, 2019 - 6:30pm

Dungeons and Dragons Parent Night

Dungeons & Dragons Parent Info Night, Scarborough Public Library

For parents with players ages 7 and up. Do you have a kiddo interested in Dungeons & Dragons? Are you a little lost with the game, or want to find ways to bring the fun home? Do you have other questions or concerns? Come to our Dungeons & Dragon Parent Info Night from 6pm - 7pm led by Sarah, our “Dungeon Master,” and embark on a quest for the answers to these questions...and more.


Tuesday, May 28, 2019 - 6:00pm

June Let's Talk America

Let's Talk America

The best answer to a question begins with a meaningful conversation! The Let's Talk America! forum offers a respectful environment to discuss contemporary issues happening locally and globally. The next gathering will be June 6. Check back that week for the selected topic. FMI, contact the forum's facilitator, Sam Kelley, at 650-1814.


Thursday, June 6, 2019 - 6:00pm

Armchair Traveler: Journey to Nepal

Armchair Traveler, Nepal, Dr. Kristine Hoyt, Scarborough Public Library

The Library is pleased to welcome Dr. Kristine Hoyt back to the Library for another Armchair Traveler Series event. In 2010, we explored Botswana where Dr. Hoyt worked with wild “big cats” on the Tuli Predator Project. In 2013, she shared the exotic flora and native species of the Galapagos Islands. Next, we will travel to Nepal and experience the outward beauty of the land and the inward beauty of its people.


Sunday, June 9, 2019 - 2:00pm


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