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  • Wednesday October 18 2017

    Gabrielle Zevin presents her new novel, YOUNG JANE YOUNG @ Print: A Bookstore

    Wednesday, October 18, 7:00 PM Gabrielle Zevin presents her new novel, YOUNG JANE YOUNG From the author of the international bestseller THE STORIES LIFE OF A.J. FIKRY comes another novel that will have everyone talking. Aviva Grossman, an ambitious congressional intern in Florida, makes the mistake of having an affair with her boss–and blogging about […] View event

  • Cumberland “Mornings with Friends” @ Tuttle Road United Methodist Church

    Author Phyllis Chinlund will read from her memoir, “Looking Back from the Gate: A Story of Love, Art and Dementia”, which recounts how she and her photographer husband ‘muddled through his Alzheimer’s disease without ruining their lives’. Examples of his photography will be featured. View event

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    Children’s Chapter Book Discussion Group @ Windham Public Library

    Children’s Room staff will share recently read books. The discussion will be open for any chapter books that readers choose to talk about. For more information, contact the Children’s Room.: 207-892-1908. View event

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    Finding Renewal in Times of Conflict @ Scarborough Public Library

    The Scarborough Public Library, 48 Gorham Road, will host a reading and discussion with author and scholar Robert Atkinson, Ph.D. on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 6:30 pm. Dr. Atkinson will discuss his acclaimed book, The Story of Our Time: From Duality to Interconnectedness to Oneness. During these chaotic times of political divisiveness, terrorism, alarming […] View event

  • James L. Nelson to speak on pirates and Maine's maritime history.

    Maine author series @ Cumston Public Library

    Avast ye sailors and landlubbers alike! Join us for a free program by Maine author and historian James L. Nelson about the realities of piracy in America, from the Buccaneers of the 17th century through the age of Ann Bonny and Blackbeard. For three centuries – from the time that actual pirates first roamed the […] View event

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    Author Book Talk: The Queen of Heartbreak Trail – Eleanor Brackbill @ Maine State Library

    A Maine writer shares the remarkable story of her fiery great-grandmother. The story of Harriet Smith Pullen’s early life, from her childhood journeys by covered wagon to her family’s subsistence in sod houses on the Dakota prairie where they survived grasshopper plagues, floods, fires, blizzards, and droughts is a narrative of American migration and adventure […] View event

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    Charlie Wing book talk: “Salt in Their Veins” @ Patten Free Library

    Famous for their independence and dry humor, coastal Mainers open up to Charlie Wing in “Salt in Their Veins: Conversations with Coastal Mainers.” Read the stories of their lives and their feelings about government, the world, and “people from away.” View event

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    Lasting Impressions — Graveyard Art and Symbology @ McArthur Public Library

    Meet the author and the illustrator of “Lasting Impressions: Art, Symbolism, and History Found in Graveyards and Cemeteries,” a book by York resident Paulette Chernack, and her daughter Cassandra Davidson. They will be at McArthur Library on Wednesday, October 18 at 6:30 p.m. Chernack has collected hundreds of gravestone rubbings and photographs from cemeteries all […] View event