Jan
18
12:00 PM12:00

Story Swap: Celebrations!

Story Swap is celebrating its three year anniversary! Congratulations to Jo Radner and her intrepid group of storytellers! The theme for January is—-Celebrations! What is your favorite—or least favorite—memory of a celebratory event? Come and share vivid moments from holidays, birthdays, weddings, any gatherings at all. Listeners and tellers are all welcome to join the party! Newcomers are always welcome!

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Jan
19
10:00 AM10:00

Fun with Fermentation!

Learn all about the process of fermentation with expert Jenn Ward! Jenn will guide us through the exciting and mysterious world of sauerkraut, sourdough bread, and yogurt-making, and she’ll make it fun! Really! You might even get to taste some homemade sauerkraut! This program is great for all ages!

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Jan
24
2:30 PM14:30

Lovell LEGO Robotics Club

This exciting new club is now open to new members! Students between the ages of 9 and 14 will explore real-world engineering challenges by building Lego-based robots to complete tasks on a thematic playing surface. They will:

  • Design, build, test and program robots using LEGO MINDSTORMS technology

  • Apply real-world math and science concepts

  • Learn critical thinking and team-building skills

  • Participate in tournaments with other teams

The spring tournament theme is “Robot Track Meets.” Check out the website for more details: www.robottrackmeets.org. The program is limited to eight students. Beginners are welcome! Students in school may take the bus to the library after school with a note from parents. The program will meet on Thursday afternoons from 2:30-5:00 p.m January 10 - early April.

For more information, contact us at lovelllegorobotics@gmail.com or 207-925-1287.

If you’d like to make a donation to this program, please contact the library.

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Jan
28
5:30 PM17:30

Yin & Restorative Yoga with Kathleen Moulton

Restorative Yoga postures help to relieve the effects of stress. Through the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, chairs and the wall a completely supportive environment for total relaxation is created. Participants will be guided through a progressive series of supported postures. Each posture has a variety of benefits. While supported in these postures the student will be given guidance to explore the body and breath and learn the art of relaxation for body and mind.

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Jan
31
2:30 PM14:30

Lovell LEGO Robotics Club

This exciting new club is now open to new members! Students between the ages of 9 and 14 will explore real-world engineering challenges by building Lego-based robots to complete tasks on a thematic playing surface. They will:

  • Design, build, test and program robots using LEGO MINDSTORMS technology

  • Apply real-world math and science concepts

  • Learn critical thinking and team-building skills

  • Participate in tournaments with other teams

The spring tournament theme is “Robot Track Meets.” Check out the website for more details: www.robottrackmeets.org. The program is limited to eight students. Beginners are welcome! Students in school may take the bus to the library after school with a note from parents. The program will meet on Thursday afternoons from 2:30-5:00 p.m January 10 - early April.

For more information, contact us at lovelllegorobotics@gmail.com or 207-925-1287.

If you’d like to make a donation to this program, please contact the library.

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Feb
1
5:00 PM17:00

Family Game Night

Game Night is for game lovers of all ages! We ask that children under the age of 12 be accompanied by a parent or guardian. .

We serve free pizza and you may bring your own beverages. We will have a voluntary donation jar out for those who would like to help pay for the refreshments. If you are planning on coming please let us know by calling 925-3177 so we can make sure there is pizza for all!

 

 

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Jan
17
2:30 PM14:30

Lovell LEGO Robotics Club

This exciting new club is now open to new members! Students between the ages of 9 and 14 will explore real-world engineering challenges by building Lego-based robots to complete tasks on a thematic playing surface. They will:

  • Design, build, test and program robots using LEGO MINDSTORMS technology

  • Apply real-world math and science concepts

  • Learn critical thinking and team-building skills

  • Participate in tournaments with other teams

The spring tournament theme is “Robot Track Meets.” Check out the website for more details: www.robottrackmeets.org. The program is limited to eight students. Beginners are welcome! Students in school may take the bus to the library after school with a note from parents. The program will meet on Thursday afternoons from 2:30-5:00 p.m January 10 - early April.

For more information, contact us at lovelllegorobotics@gmail.com or 207-925-1287.

If you’d like to make a donation to this program, please contact the library.

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Jan
14
5:30 PM17:30

Yin & Restorative Yoga with Kathleen Moulton

Restorative Yoga postures help to relieve the effects of stress. Through the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, chairs and the wall a completely supportive environment for total relaxation is created. Participants will be guided through a progressive series of supported postures. Each posture has a variety of benefits. While supported in these postures the student will be given guidance to explore the body and breath and learn the art of relaxation for body and mind.

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Jan
14
1:00 PM13:00

Book Discussion Group: Let's Talk About It!

Once again, the library will be hosting a Let’s Talk About It book discussion series, sponsored by the Maine Humanities Council. The theme this time is: Points of View: Understanding Islamic Culture Through Memoirs and Fictional Works. We are very fortunate to have Jo Radner and Sue Lanser leading the discussions. The first title in the five book series is In the Country of Men by Hisham Matar. All books in the series are available at the library.

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Jan
10
2:30 PM14:30

Lovell LEGO Robotics Club

This exciting new club is now open to new members! Students between the ages of 9 and 14 will explore real-world engineering challenges by building Lego-based robots to complete tasks on a thematic playing surface. They will:

  • Design, build, test and program robots using LEGO MINDSTORMS technology

  • Apply real-world math and science concepts

  • Learn critical thinking and team-building skills

  • Participate in tournaments with other teams

The spring tournament theme is “Robot Track Meets.” Check out the website for more details: www.robottrackmeets.org. The program is limited to eight students. Beginners are welcome! Students in school may take the bus to the library after school with a note from parents. The program will meet on Thursday afternoons from 2:30-5:00 p.m January 10 - early April.

For more information, contact us at lovelllegorobotics@gmail.com or 207-925-1287.

If you’d like to make a donation to this program, please contact the library.

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Jan
7
5:30 PM17:30

Yin & Restorative Yoga with Kathleen Moulton

Restorative Yoga postures help to relieve the effects of stress. Through the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, chairs and the wall a completely supportive environment for total relaxation is created. Participants will be guided through a progressive series of supported postures. Each posture has a variety of benefits. While supported in these postures the student will be given guidance to explore the body and breath and learn the art of relaxation for body and mind.

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Jan
5
10:00 AM10:00

Art Class: What We Wear and What We Don't

This exciting class is in its second session. The course examines the meaning of dress through reading, writing, and art creating. How do we think about the clothes that we put on our bodies? What informs the choices we make? Using a feminist perspective and critical thinking, course members will explore topics such as Fashion, Gender, Class, and Social Status. For further information, please contact Margaret at outerspace@earthlink.net.

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Jan
4
5:00 PM17:00

Family Game Night

Game Night is for game lovers of all ages! We ask that children under the age of 12 be accompanied by a parent or guardian. .

We serve free pizza and you may bring your own beverages. We will have a voluntary donation jar out for those who would like to help pay for the refreshments. If you are planning on coming please let us know by calling 925-3177 so we can make sure there is pizza for all!

 

 

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Jan
3
7:00 PM19:00

Art Class: What We Wear and What We Don't

This exciting class is in its second session. The course examines the meaning of dress through reading, writing, and art creating. How do we think about the clothes that we put on our bodies? What informs the choices we make? Using a feminist perspective and critical thinking, course members will explore topics such as Fashion, Gender, Class, and Social Status. For further information, please contact Margaret at outerspace@earthlink.net.

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Dec
28
10:00 AM10:00

Tai Chi with Pam Katz

There are many styles of Tai Chi, but Pam will focus on the sun style, which is recommended by the American Arthritis Foundation for being the least stressful on joints. It is also known to improve balance. Other benefits may include improved muscle strength and coordination, concentration and memory. Participants may also experience reduced arthritic pain and improved cardiac function.

Pam Katz has been studying sun-style tai chi for 20 years and has been teaching for 13 years. Weekly classes will continue through December. The fee is $8 per session, or participants may pay for the series in advance at a discount.

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Dec
21
10:00 AM10:00

Tai Chi with Pam Katz

There are many styles of Tai Chi, but Pam will focus on the sun style, which is recommended by the American Arthritis Foundation for being the least stressful on joints. It is also known to improve balance. Other benefits may include improved muscle strength and coordination, concentration and memory. Participants may also experience reduced arthritic pain and improved cardiac function.

Pam Katz has been studying sun-style tai chi for 20 years and has been teaching for 13 years. Weekly classes will continue through December. The fee is $8 per session, or participants may pay for the series in advance at a discount.

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