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January Books On Tap

Books on Tap, The One-In-A-Million Boy, Scarborough Public Library and O'Reilly's Cure

The selection for the January 21st Books on Tap gathering at O'Reilly's Cure will be The One-In-A-Million Boy by Monica Wood. From the highly acclaimed, award-winning, Maine-based, Monica Wood, this is a touching, insightful story about a 104 year-old woman befriending an 11 year old boy and his often-absent father. Arrive at O'Reilly's at 5:30pm to order beverages and bites, then discussion will start at 6:00pm and wrap at 7:00pm.


Monday, January 21, 2019 - 6:00pm

Minecraft Miner Day

Minecraft Miner Day, Scarborough Public Library

Offered every 4th Sunday of the month! Explore the Library’s Minecraft world created by our volunteer “tech teens!” We’ll begin with a session just for beginners at 1:00 PM, then everyone can join in starting at 2:00 PM. If you’ve created your own Minecraft world, bring it along to show others on our big screen! Computers will be available, or you can bring your own laptop. No sign up is needed—just drop in!


Sunday, January 27, 2019 - 1:00pm

Library Genealogy Group

genealogy group, ancestry, research help

January 28 Topic: "DNA Results - What Next?" by Nancy Milliken Mason. This session will help you understand and work with your Ancestry autosomal DNA results. From settings, shared ancestor hints, and tips and tricks, to transferring your results to other databases. Join us for our monthly Scarborough Public Library Genealogy Group.


Monday, January 28, 2019 - 1:00pm

Monday Movie Matinee - The Old Man & The Gun

The Old Man & The Gun film

At age 70, Forrest Tucker infamously made his escape from the tough San Quentin prison. Having gained his freedom, he embarked on a new set of heists that left the public fascinated and investigators scratching their heads. Robert Redford portrays the "Old Man" in this film based on Tucker's real-life exploits. Rated PG-13; 93 minutes.


Monday, February 4, 2019 - 1:30pm

Evening Book Discussion - The Sympathizer

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A novel, both chilling and funny, of after-the-war Vietnam. The wry, first-person narrator, an aide to a general in the South Vietnamese army, recalls how he escaped before the fall of Saigon. But our hero is a double agent, a communist  sympathizer who will continue to feed information to the North even after he becomes part of the Vietnamese refugee community in Southern California.


Wednesday, February 13, 2019 - 6:30pm
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