We are still finishing May Day Baskets, If anyone wants to help I will be working on them this Thursday, May 2nd

Join us on February 29th to listen to Stephen Tibbert, as he reads this adorable book about being different from everyone else.

We had a blast today. This is a cute book and we made fake snow. The recipe for
it calls equal parts corn starch and Shaving cream. mix it in a baggy to contain mess.

Come join us Saturday, March 25 at 10 to listen to young author Ms. Maggie Bell tell us about her book.

October 22 Newsletter


The Francis Malcolm Science Center is having a Stargazing Party 9/3/22 at 7:30 PM

Today we had the privilege of delivering our May baskets to The Mars Hill Nursing Home, Mars Hill Town and Blaine Town Offices. We also sent one to the Bridgewater Town Office as well. We hope they are a blessing to all that see them.

Mars Hill Nursing Home

Mars Hill Town Office

Blaine Town Office

The Best Mother Part 1

The Best Mother Part 2

January 27th

January 20th

Martin’s Big Words

January 13th

January 6th

P. Bear’s New Year’s Party

by Paul Owen Lewis

Local Author Mark Roberts will be presenting “Doug the Waterbug’s First Christmas at 10 am December 18th. There will be an exhibit of his original work. If Able please bring a donation of a non-perishable food for our local pantry.

Part one the the Polar Bear that Saved Christmas

Part Two of The Polar Bear Who Saved Christmas



Story Time


pre packaged snack and juice box or water and a craft, made here to take home.

June 10th
June 17th
June 24th

Holiday Closing Hours…..

Christmas Eve,
Thursday, December 24th Closing @ 3 PM
Christmas Day,

Friday, December, 25th Closed
New Years Eve,
Thursday, December 31, Closing @ 3 PM
New Years Day,

Friday, January first Closed

First contest participant ~ Black Among Us Crew Member 🙂

Stop by the library any day in October to participating in the Harry Potter Themed activity were you get a sweet treat and enter into a month long costume contest! Three Grand-Prize winners will have their favorite spooky book or movie entered into our collection in their name, as well as selecting on of our fantastic take-home prizes!

October 19th-23rd

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This is a great time to go for a hike either by yourself or with family at one of the many Parks, trails or mountains we have in the county.

Story Time

The Story of Ferdinand


Poetry Month

Coming Soon to our Facebook page …..
Lego Time Group.
We will post a challenge or theme then you CREATE and post your masterpieces

Due to the governor’s recent Stay Healthy at Home mandate we will not be able to do our Walk-Up Window. We will be posting on our Facebook page and updating our website along with doing some exciting projects until we know more about when we can reopen.


Come one, come all… Books for sale!!! We are pruning our shelves to make room for new items. All proceeds go directly to buying NEW material for the community to enjoy.


Betsy York, Librarian, January 2020’s 


Celebrate librarian, Betsy our January, Hometown Hero. Come Listen, to stories about working at CAHS, and reminisce with her about your time as a student, or co-worker. Along with hearing about her time consulting in Easton and Fort Fairfield.



Drawing classes open to artists of all skill levels will be held

January 30th at 3:00-4:00 pm .

Supplies will be provided, bring only your imagination!
(Students from the elementary and high school could come over after school to participate.)





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Come meet Maine author Angel Murchison as we will be hosting a book signing Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 6:00 PM. Angel will be sharing real life experiences from her book Good Morning Beautiful People, Angel’s Prayer of the Day.


Hometown Hero

September 24th at 6 PM

This month we will be listening to one of our volunteer firefighters read a story and telling us about how they suit up and help our communities each and every day.


Recognizing our Volunteers

Hometown Hero

Come listen to him read A Place For Pluto and

learn how he helps our community

Tuesday Aug 27th at 6 PM

So You want to buy a telescope

Thursday Aug 22nd at 6 pm



Aug newsletter


Sticks and Stones

July 30 @ 6 PM
Presenting 2018  Junior Miss Mars Hill

Come walk through the looking Glass into a world of imagination
July 27 at 10 AM-12PM


Explore the Night Sky

With Roger Libby @6pm July 18th

Learn what and how to find stars and other amazing things with our naked eye and binoculars

Author Tim Caverly

July 9th at 6pm



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Spring Celebration Party

April 27th

10 AM – 12 PM

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Come Celebrate the end of a long harsh WINTER and SPRING into Spring!


May Baskets for Our Nursing Home

April 23rd

2:30-7:30 PM


Bringing a little joy and bit of good ol’ tradition to our friends and family.


Windows 10 Computer

April 18th and 24th@ 5:30-8:30 PM



Scam/Fraud Prevention Workshop
April 2nd at 6PM


Internet Safety Class


Thursday, March 28 at 6


Hometown Heroes
Tuesday, March 26th at 6 PM
Starring Shallie Estabrook

Hometown Hero


computer Class


Hometown Hero

Stories from this month’s Hometown Hero

David Cyr 

February 26th, at 6 PM

Come Listen to their favorite story and learn

about how he helps us each and every day.


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Valentine’s Day Themed String Art

5:30-7:30 Pm

Monday, Feb 4th, 2019

$5.00 per Person

Bring your hammer and a pattern of what you want to

wrap and we will see what type of fun we will get tied up in.


Hometown Hero

Stories from our Hometown Heroes

The Last Tuesday of Each Month 

6 PM

Come Listen to their favorite story and learn

about how they help us each and every day.



December 13th@6:30

$20.00 per Person



Family Christmas Party


December 8th from

10 AM-12 PM

Adults wear your crazy sweaters and kiddos come have fun with snowmen



Monday, November 26th @ 5:30 PM

Wreath Making

$10/Piece $8 if you bring your own form

(Bring your own decorations)

Bough Collecting Party 

November 24th @ 12

Meet at Library

Hot Chocolate and Cider for those who help

Craft Club

 Monday Nights 

From 5:30-730 PM 

Bring a craft and work on it while making friends with fellow crafters.


Come Join Our Book Club

the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month

at 6:30

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LEGO Party/ Bikes for Books Drawing 

August 4th, 2018

10 AM -!2 PM

Bike Drawing at 11:145



Mad Hatter Tea Party 

July 28th 

10 AM-12 PM


Pirate and Princess Party 

June 9th From 10 AM – 12 PM




How to Protect Your Assets in a Long-Term Care Event

with Pam Scheppele, Retirement Planning Professional,

Wednesday, May 23rd



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Aroostook Agency on Aging Overview and Medicare

with Tammy Delong, Medicare Specialist,

Wednesday, May 16th





Rick Duncan, Chairman of Aroostook Hospice Foundation,

Wednesday, May 9th



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Medical Power of Attorney

With Whitney Pinette, Social Worker,

Wednesday, May 2nd




Jr  and Sr. High Poetry Workshop

With Aimee Long

Saturday, April 28th


Come express yourself in written form



Getting the Garden Ready

with Linda Trickey

Saturday, April 21st



Estate Planning

with Attorney Jessica Currier

Wills, Power of Attorney and Estate Planning


Wednesday, April 11th




Paint and Sip

Saturday, April 7th 

     6-9 PM


                                                       Proceeds go to helping the library

RSVP- Space is limited


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Valentine’s Day Themed String Art

5:30-7:30 Pm

Monday, Feb 5th, 2018

$5.00 per Person

Bring your hammer and a pattern of what you want to

wrap and we will see what type of fun we will get tied up in.



  November 18th, 2017

                                                                                  6-9 PM


                                                       Proceeds go to helping the library

RSVP- Space is limited


Wreath Making Night

November 27th 2017

5:30-7:30 PM


RSVP – In order for us to get enough supplies




December 9th, 2017

10 AM-12 PM

Monster Mash

Come Visit our TRUNK at the Mars Hill,Full Gospel Assembly

Trunk or Treat on Halloween between 5-7 PM




Calling all Book Worms !

book club

Group 1 meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday @ 6:30 PM.

About to Read Olivia’s Ocean

Group 2 Meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:30 PM,

Finishing up Wild, by Cheryl Strayed  and Reading Bossypants, by Tina Faye.


DATE CHANGE !!!!!!!!!

August 26th @ 10-12

Home Canning with Linda Trickey



August 2nd, 2017 10-11 AM

Read Across Aroostook 


July 27th, 2017 @ 3 PM

Drawing Class with Josiah 


July 15th Time 10-12 AM

Pirate and Princess Party 

treasure map


June 24th Time TBA Party

Rock Painting                                                                                              



JUNE 19th-August 11th

Sponsored by Aroostook Lodge #197

Let Every Book You Read Become A Chance To Win A New BIKE!!!!!




Alice In Wonderland Tea Party          

  11:30 AM  

mouse tea


Linda Trickey from the University of Maine Extension
will be speaking about Raising Backyard Poultry
Saturday, June 3rd @ 10:00 AM


Toddler Time – Tuesday mornings 10 AM
Story and Activity
Geared toward 1-3 years old
Children must be accompanied by an adult

Craft Club – Mondays 5:30-7:30

Crime Stoppers Meeting
Tuesday – May 9th – 6 PM

Library Board Meeting
Thursday, May 11th – 5:30 PM