Crafternoons are fun weekly crafts for young children and their families! Come to the Children’s Room between 2:30 and 4om to make the craft with help from library staff! April 23: Dragonfly Collage April 30: Paper Lizard Facebook: facebook.com/watervillelibrary Take pictures of the results and share them in the comments of the post, or on…

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At the Paul J. Schupf Art Center: 5-7pm Spring art activities in the Creative Carts! Make your own spring card for a loved one. 7:30pm Performance- Head Over Heels- A hilarious, exuberant musical about the celebration of love, Head Over Heels follows the escapades of a royal family on an outrageous journey to save their beloved…

Join author/illustrator Charlotte Agell for an hour of ART centered on the human face and what it tells us. Learn to draw different expressions, to draw with your eyes closed, to invent characters and more. Seats are limited, registration required. To register, fill out this form: https://form.jotform.com/watervillepubliclibrary/fun-with-faces, call 207-872-5433, or ask at any of the…

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HOMESCHOOL HUB Every Thursday, 1-2pm Homeschool students who are pre-school through elementary grade levels* are invited to come to the library for fun and activities! 4/11: LEGO with Friends 4/18: No Homeschool Hub, School Break Movie Matinee 4/25: Let’s Talk About Books: Your Top 3 Favorite Books What are they and why? *The Bartlett Room…

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FACES TELL STORIES “Fiction is Truth’s elder sister. No one in the world knew what truth was till someone told a story.” (Rudyard Kipling) In this hour-long writing workshop for teens and adults, we will get at the truth by making things up. Come prepared to write, write, write! (And possibly draw) There will be…

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Join us for the opening reception of At Play: Works by Tom Jessen Friday, May 24 from 4-7pm. Step into the creative world of artist Tom Jessen as he brings his piece Atsuko to life right before your eyes at Ticonic Gallery. Following the construction of Atsuko, visitors will be invited to become a part of the…

Join us for First Friday (5–7pm) to celebrate Together and the opening of its three exhibitions: Together: Hearing, Holding, Healing in the Ticonic Gallery; Together: Anecdotes and Inspirations throughout the Paul J. Schupf Art Center; and Together: Art for All, a community-wide exhibition in and around Waterville’s Main Street.  A Community Conversation with Together project leader Peter Bruun will take place…

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Join us for a fun and creative celebration of spring! Activities include a free family movie, guided outdoor story walks, a hands-on program about worms, and more. Enjoy the sixth edition of this fabulous and free family event!   At the Paul J. Schupf Art Center, 93 Main Street: 10am Pixar’s WALL-E at the Maine…

At the Paul J. Schupf Art Center: 5–7pm Opening Reception for Together: Hearing, Holding, Healing, Together: Anecdotes and Inspirations, and Together: Art for All Come enjoy refreshments at the opening night of the Together exhibitions located in the Ticonic Gallery, throughout the Paul J. Schupf Art Center, and in different downtown businesses. Together: Hearing, Holding, Healing…

Waterville Creates hosts a public reading and storytelling event at the completion of the Death Wings Project, a series of three workshops held from January–March 2024 that redefine our relationships to death, grief, loss, and challenging life transitions. Professional actors will read excerpts from a script developed by instructor Bess Welden and workshop participants will…