Beginning February 1st, kids can pick up a free Valentine Craft Kit at the Lubec Memorial Library. Each kit contains supplies and instructions for kids to create their own craft and cards at home.
Since Covid, we haven’t had any new art exhibits on display until this week. Now we have a LOVE poster created by Lubec Students with art teacher Connie Harter-Bagley
and a few paintings by artist Ann Oliver-Nickerson which give us a sneak preview of September’s art exhibit.
“Stories Of Old Lubec” CDs are currently available at the Lubec Memorial Library. Recordings of the first season’s four programs: featuring Wendell Small, Linda Maker, Lynne Hatch and Donnie Alley; Muriel Doran and Elaine Leavitt; Peggy and Harold Bailey; and Christine (Teeny) Brown and Priscilla Hill; may be borrowed or purchased, at a cost of $15 each.
Season two’s recordings of these popular library programs will be available later this year.
On days when our front steps are icy and we block it off, please use the back entrance.
Our winters have taken a toll of the Lubec Memorial Library roof and it is being replaced this fall. We are asking community members and businesses to help us cover the cost of the roof by donating money for shingles – which cost $42 per bundle. We need 200 bundles! Any amount is appreciated and will help us protect this valuable community resource. We truly appreciate your support.
Debby Marston’s book, History of the Brining Shed is on display at the library. If you are interested in buying one, give her a call at 733-2172.
Painted by local artists and by school children, buoys are for sale at the library. The buoys by local artists are $35.00 and the ones by children are $10.00. Proceeds to benefit the library.
On Friday, May 12th, the famous Oscar Meyer Weiner Mobile was parked right in front of the library and school children were given souvenirs and tours of the giant Weiner.