Join MCHT naturalist Kirk Gentalen for a fun morning of exploration and animal tracking lessons. The group will meet at 10AM in the library for a short slide show and then we will head outside. Participants should dress in layers and wear boots. Binoculars and cameras are encouraged.
Local historian Mark Biscoe presents “Ashore Far From Home” the tragic end of two Waldoboro vessels. Celebrate the heritage and revival of the Medomak valley watershed. We will also be treated to a beer tasting from the Odd Alewives Farm Brewery.
The Mirror of Maine: The Maine Community in Myth and Reality
This series will explore community life in Maine. Some of the books to be discussed include “A Maine Hamlet” by Lura Beam, “Salem’s Lot” by Stephen King and “Empire Falls by Richard Russo.
Candace Kanes, a former reporter, editor and now a historian will lead the discussions.
We will meet on Fridays from 1:00-2:30. Dates: 1/11, 2/1, 2/22, 3/15 and 4/5. Call the library for more information and to get a copy of the books.
Join Rebecca Jacobs, Program Manager of the Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District at the Bremen Library. The book to be discussed is “The Songs of Trees;Stories from Nature’s Great Connectors” by George David Haskell.
Wednesdays from Noon-1:30 on 1/2, 1/16 and 1/30. Snow date: 2/6.
Bring your lunch for this in-depth conversation around one of Maine’s greatest natural resources – trees!
To register, contact Julie at 596-2040 or email@example.com.
Maine wreaths with natural materials are made by the Bremen Library volunteers. All proceeds from the sale will benefit the Library.
I was able to buy two beautiful wreaths from the ladies at the firehouse after you told me that the wreaths were available early. I am so happy that you told me. I love the wreaths and appreciate your suggestion.
This year we are closing up for winter later than usual, and I was afraid that once again I had missed the sale. Several years ago we drove up from Connecticut just to buy the wreaths since we had closed up in October.
Thanks to all involved for sending me home filled with Christmas spirit and beautiful wreaths.
Bremen and Glastonbury
Book talk and a discussion about the results of the mid-term elections.
Thursday, November 8 @ 7:00.
Have all your questions answered about invasive plants on Thursday, October 25th at 7:00.
Tom Jamrog, a local author will speak about the necessary preparation (mental and physical) needed to complete a long distance hike.
His most recent book titled “The Continental Divide Trail: In the Path of Young Bulls” will be available for purchase.
Danger – Polar Bears!
Rupert Pilkington, Bremen resident and Arctic guide will speak at the library on Thursday, September 6th at 7:00. His talk will highlight the implications of climate change for the arctic and the polar bears that live there.