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Calendar

October 15, 2014

Local and Legendary: Maine in the Civil War

Livermore in the Civil War Book Discussion

“One Story, One Community” a facilitated book discussion of The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara.

Location and Time: Washburn-Norlands Living History Center, 290 Livermore Rd. Livermore, ME. 6:30-7:30 pm
Contact: Sue St. Pierre, sstpierre@rsu73.org
October 15, 2014

Muslim Journeys Films

Site: Scarborough Public Library, Scarborough

This Session: Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 15, 2014

Let's Talk About It

Site: Prince Memorial Library, Cumberland

Time: 3:00 pm

Series: Invisible New England

This Session: The Family

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 16, 2014

World in Your Library

Site: Patten Free Library, Bath

Time: 6:30 pm

This Session: Seth Singleton - Understanding Russia

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 19, 2014

Let's Talk About It

Site: Bristol Area Library, New Harbor

Time: 1:00 pm

Series: The Gilded Age

This Session: The Gilded Age

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 20, 2014

Let's Talk About It

Site: Ricker Memorial Library, Poland

Time: 7:00 pm

Series: What Are Our Kids Reading These Days?

This Session: Walk Two Moons

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 20, 2014

Let's Talk About It

Site: Frenchman's Bay Library, Sullivan

Time: 2:00 pm

Series: Exploring Human Boundaries: Literary Perspectives on Health Care Providers and Their Patients. BOOKS ONLY

This Session: 12 Journeys in Maine

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 21, 2014

World in Your Library

Site: Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library, Lovell

Time: 7:00 pm

This Session: Scott Erb - Still Allies? The U.S. and Europe

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 21, 2014

Let's Talk About It

Site: Blue Hill Public Library

Time: 6:00 pm

Series: Making a Difference: How Love and Duty Change Lives

This Session: The Death of Vishnu

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 21, 2014

World in Your Library

Site: Patten Free Library, Bath

Time: 6:30 pm

This Session: Eric Hooglund - The Middle East Down East

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 21, 2014

Let's Talk About It

Site: Jackson Memorial Library, Tenants Harbor

Time: 12:00 pm

Series: Not For Children Only

This Session: Tatterhood and Other Tales by Ethel Johnston Phelps

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 22, 2014

Muslim Journeys Films

Site: Scarborough Public Library, Scarborough

This Session: Prince Among Slaves

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 28, 2014

World in Your Library

Site: Patten Free Library, Bath

Time: 6:30 pm

This Session: Scott Erb - Children and War

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 28, 2014

Let's Talk About It

Site: Windham Public Library

Time: 6:15 pm

Series: Detective Fiction in the 20th Century: A Notion of Evil

This Session: Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 28, 2014

What it Means to be a Mainer

Maine at Work: Rangeley

Location and Time: Rangeley Public Library, Rangeley, 6:00 pm
Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org
October 29, 2014

Let's Talk About It

Site: Prince Memorial Library, Cumberland

Time: 3:00 pm

Series: Invisible New England

This Session: All Souls

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 29, 2014

World in Your Library

Site: William Fogg Memorial Library, Eliot

Time: 4:00 pm

This Session: Bradley Babson - Challenges and Opportunities on the Korean Peninsula

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

October 29, 2014

Muslim Journeys Films

Site: Scarborough Public Library, Scarborough

This Session: Islamic Art Spots

Contact: nicole@mainehumanities.org

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