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Creating Four Panel Comics

blank four panel comic

Comics are a great way to explore many topics and genres with the use of pop culture. In one night, create one or more four panel comics using characters of one's choice.

Angel Simoneau, illustrator, book artist, and workshop instructor will help inspire  you to create your own design on a blank panel!

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Wednesday, February 19, 2020 - 6:00pm

Take Your Child to the Library Day

Take you chld to the library day logo

Thursday, February 20th is Take Your Child to the Library Day at the Scarborough Public Library. Turn off your devices. Postpone your errands. Make some "we" time with your family. Our Youth Room offers interactive toys and creative "spaces" to form wonderful memories. And of course, we have LOTS of books to read in the Library. You can even help your child get a library card.

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Thursday, February 20, 2020 - 10:00am

ART Lab on February 21st

We will have a special guest for Art Lab during School Vacation Week. Hannah Chamberlain from the Scarborough Land Trust will help us make winter crowns! 

Hannah will bring items from nature to decorate the crowns.

Ages 3 and up with an adult. Registration is required. Call 883-4723 option 3 or email: kids [at] scarboroughlibrary.org

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Friday, February 21, 2020 - 10:30am

Teen Book Club

teen book group, Grades 6 thru 9

Students Grades 6 thru 9: Do you like reading books, talking about books, writing about books, illustrating book themes, and creating fun skits about books? If “yes” is your answer, Teen Book Club is the group for you! Join Connie and fellow teens for this weekly gathering.

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Wednesday, February 26, 2020 - 3:00pm

Perspectives on Maine's Statehood

Dr. Liam Riordan, Scarborough Bicentennial Series, Maine Bicentennial

Dr. Liam Riordan will open our Bicentennial Series with the presentation Past and Present: Perspectives on Maine Statehood. This illustrated presentation explores the long statehood process in Maine that culminated in 1820 with formal separation from Massachusetts. That struggle engaged a range of challenging public issues that are still recognizable in contemporary Maine politics and culture.

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Sunday, March 1, 2020 - 2:00pm

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