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HARTLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Friends of the Hartland Public Library hosted an author talk on Thursday, May 11th featuring Laurie Graves and her book Maya and the Book of Everything. Laurie explained how she came about to write the book, how she mixed realism and fantasy, and how she incorporated real places in Maine and around the world into her book. She even highlighted the Hartland Public Library in her story. Laurie talked about the publishing process and her husband, Clif was there to explain various aspects of page setups and how books are published today. It all made for a very interesting evening. The Hartland Library, located at 16 Mill Street, has a copy of the book. Come check it out. Laurie is currently working on a sequel to her Maya book and will feature more about the Hartland Library. Laurie Graves recently spoke about her book, Maya and the Book of Everything, at the Hartland Public Library.
GUILFORD MEMORIAL LIBRARY
The Guilford Memorial Library is accepting donations of used and new books for their annual book sale. Magazines or encyclopedias will not be accepted. To pick-up books locally contact 876-4547 or drop them off at the library Tuesday through Friday from 10 AM to 5 PM. The library is located at 4 Library Street in Guilford.
NEWPORT CULTURAL CENTER
The Newport Cultural Center (NCC) will be offering Stretch, Dance, Play-Story Time on Friday, May 26th at 10 AM. Join Brandy from Balance and Yoga Dance Center for a creative movement story time including, jumping, spinning, leaping and soaring. Come and connect with new friends and families. The Newport Cultural Center is located at 154 Main Street in Newport. For more information contact 368-5074.
STEWART FREE LIBRARY
The Stewart Free Library located at 8 Levi Stewart Drive in Corinna, will be starting their summer hours on Tuesday, May 23rd. Which means the library will be closed on Saturdays.
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