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03/22/17 - 04/01/17 at 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Circuit Training for Teens (Ages 14-18)

03/31/17 at 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

EAT OUR YARDS: Edible Ornamentals

Eat Our Yards – Food for Thought to Plant Your Plot

Join us for a series of lectures meant to help anyone turn their yard into an edible paradise. Learn to decorate your front lawn with edible ornamentals, turn your backyard into a living kitchen pantry, or grow your own medicine. Beginner gardeners can benefit from talks on vegetable gardening strategies, while experts at small-scale growing can expand their skills with knowledge of perennial fruits and vegetables. All can explore gardening beyond traditional crops with the series’ lectures on how novices can care for bees, mushrooms and livestock. Bring your questions, leave with notes, and grow with us! FMI 725-5242 ext. 228 or honsrud@curtislibrary.comeat our yards imageore information, visit www.curtislibrary.com/eatouryards

 

March 31st, Friday, 12 – 1:30 PM
Edible Ornamentals
Lisa Fernandez – The Resilience Hub

03/31/17 at 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting for Twice-Told Tales

Everyone – booklovers and the just plain curious – is invited to celebrate the reopening of Twice-Told Tales, on Friday, March 31st from 4 to 6 p.m.   Enjoy refreshments and admire the new location of the quality used bookstore on the lower level of its original location at 11 Pleasant Street.

The bookstore quietly opened its doors for business on March 11 after having been closed for renovations since late December.   The larger store has been spruced up with fresh flooring, lighting and a cheerful coat of yellow paint. Expanded shelving now accommodates many more titles in all categories, from reference books to fiction – classics to bestsellers — mystery, history and biography, health and parenting, travel, cooking, crafts, gardening, children’s from board books to teens, together with CDs, DVDs and audio books.

Twice-Told Tales is sponsored by the Friends of the Curtis Library and is manned entirely by volunteers, many of whom will be on hand at the reception to welcome guests and to provide an introductory tour of the store and the behind-the-scenes spaces.

The store was founded in 2105; all purchases and donations support a variety of Library programs and activities.

03/31/17 at 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Kids Tennis at Maine Pines

Junior Kids Tennis is a fast growing lifetime sport! Have your kids join us at Maine Pines on the court for fun games and drills as they learn to play tennis.

Preschool kids meet Thurs from 11:45-12:30, kids ages 4-7 meet on Mon and/or Wed from 4-5, kids ages 8-11 meet on Mon and/or Wed from 5-6.

Middle School kids meet on T/Th/Fri from 4-5 pmball-boy-girl

High School kids meet on T/Th/Fri from 3-4.

Costs vary based on program, but ranges from $40-$69/month. We also offer Saturday Jr. Tennis for kids ages 11-18 and Learn to Rally Saturday tennis for kids ages 4-11.

FMI email ag4tennis@yahoo.com, or call 729-8433. We hope to see your kids on the courts!

03/31/17 at 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Twice-Told Tales - Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting

 Twice-Told Tales will host a Brunswick Downtown Association Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the Grand Re-Opening of their renovated store located at 11 Pleasant Street.Everyone – booklovers and the just plain curious – is invited to celebrate the reopening of Twice-Told Tales, on Friday, March 31st from 4 to 6 p.m.   Enjoy refreshments and admire the new location of the quality used bookstore on the lower level of its original location at 11 Pleasant Street.

The bookstore quietly opened its doors for business on March 11 after having been closed for renovations since late December.   The larger store has been spruced up with fresh flooring, lighting and a cheerful coat of yellow paint. Expanded shelving now accommodates many more titles in all categories, from reference books to fiction – classics to bestsellers — mystery, history and biography, health and parenting, travel, cooking, crafts, gardening, children’s from board books to teens, together with CDs, DVDs and audio books.

Twice-Told Tales is sponsored by the Friends of the Curtis Library and is manned entirely by volunteers, many of whom will be on hand at the reception to welcome guests and to provide an introductory tour of the store and the behind-the-scenes spaces.

The store was founded in 2105; all purchases and donations support a variety of Library programs and activities.

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