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Wednesday, February 07, 2018

Carol Dana- Atlohkewi, Penobscot Winter Stories (Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm)

Carol Dana (Penobscot) will share Penobscot Winter Stories during this multi-week series. Sources of material are Leland's Algonquian tales, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm (it has a lot of broken English), 200 stories I gleaned from UMO library, Molly Dell's stories, some from the web, Micmac tales by Rand, Volume 1 &2 that Frank T. Siebert recorded, Gluscabe and other weird tales by Horace Beck. Join us at the Bangor Public Library! For more information about this event please visit www.bangorpubliclibrary.org or call our reference department at 947-8336. 

Carol Dana- Atlohkewi, Penobscot Winter Stories (Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm)

Carol Dana (Penobscot) will share Penobscot Winter Stories during this multi-week series. Sources of material are Leland's Algonquian tales, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm (it has a lot of broken English), 200 stories I gleaned from UMO library, Molly Dell's stories, some from the web, Micmac tales by Rand, Volume 1 &2 that Frank T. Siebert recorded, Gluscabe and other weird tales by Horace Beck. Join us at the Bangor Public Library! For more information about this event please visit www.bangorpubliclibrary.org or call our reference department at 947-8336. 

Carol Dana- Atlohkewi, Penobscot Winter Stories (Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 3:00 pm - 3:01 pm)

Carol Dana (Penobscot) will share Penobscot Winter Stories during this multi-week series. Sources of material are Leland's Algonquian tales, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm (it has a lot of broken English), 200 stories I gleaned from UMO library, Molly Dell's stories, some from the web, Micmac tales by Rand, Volume 1 &2 that Frank T. Siebert recorded, Gluscabe and other weird tales by Horace Beck. Join us at the Bangor Public Library! For more information about this event please visit www.bangorpubliclibrary.org or call our reference department at 947-8336. 

Carol Dana- Atlohkewi, Penobscot Winter Stories (Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 3:00 pm - 3:01 pm)

Carol Dana (Penobscot) will share Penobscot Winter Stories during this multi-week series. Sources of material are Leland's Algonquian tales, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm (it has a lot of broken English), 200 stories I gleaned from UMO library, Molly Dell's stories, some from the web, Micmac tales by Rand, Volume 1 &2 that Frank T. Siebert recorded, Gluscabe and other weird tales by Horace Beck. Join us at the Bangor Public Library! For more information about this event please visit www.bangorpubliclibrary.org or call our reference department at 947-8336. 

Dog Ears @ Brewer Public Library (Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm)

Contact Brewer Public Library staff to schedule your 15-minute appointment to read to Copper and Jade, our Tail Waggin' Tutors! Call the Library at 989-7943 for more information or to sign up. Brewer Public Library100 South Main Street, Brewer, ME 04412http://brewermaine.gov/library/Katie Conner (Director)[email protected]

CCA Pre-opera Talk (Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm)

Join us at the Brewer Public Library for this presentation by Paul Bauschatz, discussing the opera L’Elisir d’Amore. There is no admission fee for this event, and a drawing for a pair of Met Live tickets will be held at the end of the presentation. Call the Library at 989-7943 with any questions or for more information. Brewer Public Library100 South Main Street, Brewer, ME 04412http://brewermaine.gov/library/Katie Conner (Director)[email protected]

MaineStream Finance offers business workshops and classes for free (Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm)

MaineStream Finance offers business workshops and classes in Bangor, Dover-Foxcroft, East Millinocket and Lincoln for free.

Business 101: Thinking of starting a business?

These free workshops will provide an overview of the pros and cons of operating a microenterprise or small business.  What a business plan is and why it is needed; plus resources for your business development. Learn More About Being An Entrepreneur, Business Success; Professionalism; Business Plans,  Networking; Business Loans; Resources; Budgets; Credit; and Review of Upcoming Classes & Workshops.

Lincoln

Business 101

Wed. 2/7 6pm

FMI or to sign up visit www.mainestreamfinance.org & click on “Register” then “Classes and Trainings” or Email: [email protected] or call 974-2476 for Bangor, call 564-7116 for Dover-Foxcroft, call 794-3093 for Lincoln or Toll Free: 1-800-215-4942 Ext. 2476

Author Talk and Book Signing: Maria Padian "Out of Nowhere" (Wed. 7 Feb, 2018 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm)

Join Maine young adult author Maria Padian at the Jesup Memorial Library on Wednesday, Feb. 7 at 7 p.m. as she talks about her book “Out of Nowhere,” her writing process and more, at a special author talk and book signing.

 

This event is in partnership with Island Readers & Writers (IRW). IRW is hosting an event with Padian at the Mount Desert Island High School earlier that day. “IRW has been very interested in working with author Maria Padian and her very relevant and poignant book, ‘Out of Nowhere,’” said IRW Program Director Ruth Feldman. “We are so pleased to be collaborating with the students, teachers and the community in bringing this story and its author to MDI.” “Out of Nowhere” tells the story of Tom Bouchard: captain and star of the Enniston High School soccer team; boyfriend to one of the prettiest, most popular girls; and third in his class, likely to have his pick of any college. But soon his life in his idyllic small Maine town quickly gets turned upside down when Enniston has become a “secondary migration” location for Somali refugees seeking a better life after their country is destroyed by war. “Out of Nowhere” received the Maine Literary Award and the Lupine Award from the Maine Library Association. Publisher’s Weekly writes that Padian “gracefully explores the intersections between culture and religion, as well as suspicion and prejudice in a post-9/11 world. Her well-formed characters and realistic circumstances make for a large and powerful story about re-evaluating one's beliefs.” And the New York Times Book Review writes, “[Padian] offers plenty of story in ‘Out of Nowhere:’ romantic rivalries, class tensions, family pressures. She has a firm sense of plot, and the circumstances her characters grapple with – cyberbullying, the burden of a burnout friend, the pain of growing and changing – will resonate with young readers.” Padian is the author of the young adult novels “Jersey Tomatoes Are the Best;” “Brett McCarthy: Work in Progress,” which was an ALA-YALSA Best Book for Young Adults and received a Maine Lupine Award and Maine Literary Award; “Out of Nowhere” and “Wrecked.” She has worked as a news reporter, an essayist for public radio, a press secretary for a U.S. congressman and a freelance writer. An avid tennis player, gardener, skier and hiker, she is a recent convert to sea kayaking and enjoys exploring the Maine coast in her Wilderness Tsunami when she’s not writing. She lives with her family and their Australian shepherd in Brunswick, Maine.

For more information on Padian visit www.mariapadian.com and for more information on the program contact Melinda Rice, Jesup Program Director, at 207-288-4245 or [email protected]

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