Upcoming Events

NEW! Drop-In Sketching Group

Sketching Group, monthly drop-in, 2nd Friday,

Every 2nd Friday of the mongh from 10am to Noon starting March 9! Noodling. Doodling. Dabbling. If a program description includes these words, you can be sure it will be relaxed and fun. Leave inhibitions behind and create free-form drawings, journal entries, small cards, or tiny books using simple items like a drawing pencil or roller ball pen and a notepad or journal.


Friday, March 9, 2018 - 10:00am

7th Annual Textile Day

textile day 2018, fiber artists, spinning, carding, weaving, rug hooking, embroidery, bobbin lace

Spinning Wheels. Looms. Weaving. Wool Carding. Felting. Rug Hooking and Braiding. Embroidery. Bobbin Lace. Quilting. Knitting. Join us for a celebration of fiber and textile arts! The Library will be filled with demonstrations and hands-on activities FOR ALL AGES presented by talented artisans from around Maine. Many of the original works and kits on display will be available for purchase as well! This event is free to attend. Gather family and friends and join in the fun!


Saturday, March 17, 2018 - 10:30am

Homeschooling in Maine

Homeschooling, Maine, Parent Info Event

Have you ever wondered if homeschooling is an educational option for your family? Join us as Wendy Brown, a Maine certified teacher, former public school educator, and registered homeschooler in Maine since 2003, provides a basic overview of what is involved to homeschool in Maine. Included will be a focus on the legal requirements; a general overview of homeschooling types; finding community with other homeschool families; community resources and more!


Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - 6:30pm

Homeschooling Your High School Aged Student

Homeschooling, Maine, Parent Info Event

This workshop will address those burning questions parents of teenagers have: What courses are required for homeschooled students? Wendy Brown, a Maine certified teacher, former public school educator, and registered homeschooler in Maine since 2003 will answer questions including: How will my homeschooler graduate from high school? Should my homeschooled student take the GED? Can my homeschooled student get into college?


Wednesday, March 28, 2018 - 6:30pm

Let's Talk About It Book Series

Let's Talk About It Series, Book Discussion, Maine Humanities Council, Scarborough Public Library

Maine Humanities Council’s Let’s Talk About It book discussion series The Way We Were, The Way We Are: Seasons in the Contemporary American Family invites readers to explore a selection of books on a central theme. The five-part series will challenge readers to define or redefine the meaning of “family” today, and in so doing, to discover something of themselves. Discussion will be facilitated by MHC scholar, Anna Rockwell.


Tuesday, April 10, 2018 - 6:30pm