Mrs. Liz hosting Book Bites at Waterville Public Library!

Our new children’s books are offered to you in five-minute samples. Discover your child’s next favorite read! Each week on Thursdays from 7 to 7:30PM, Mrs. Liz will read an excerpt from a book off one of the New Books shelves. See the video on https://www.facebook.com/watervillelibrary/ FMI: Call 207-872-5433, email [email protected], or go to http://www.watervillelibrary.org.

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Crafternoons are fun weekly crafts for young children and their families! Join Mrs. Liz at 3PM on the Waterville Public Library’s Facebook page for instructions and a video demonstration. The kits for each craft will be available through Library to go the Monday* before the event. 7/5: Paper Plate Puffin 7/12: Paper Roll Crab 7/19:…

Crafternoons are fun weekly crafts for young children and their families! Join Mrs. Liz at 3PM on the Waterville Public Library’s Facebook page for instructions and a video demonstration. The kits for each craft will be available through Library to go the Monday* before the event.   6/7: Paper Roses 6/14: Gone Fishing Sign 6/21:…

Mrs. Liz hosting Rhymtime at Waterville Public Library!

Fridays just aren’t the same without Rhymetime. To stay engaged with our baby, toddler, and preschool families, a pre-recorded song & fingerplay video will be available at 10:30AM on Fridays on our Facebook page. The live events have been temporarily discontinued. The themes for June are: 6/3: Colors 6/10: Cats 6/17: Going Outside (Location TBA)…

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Mrs. Liz hosting Book Bites at Waterville Public Library!

Enjoy tasty tidbits of our new children’s collection. Each week on Thursdays from 7 to 7:30PM, Mrs. Liz will read an excerpt from a book off one of the New Books shelves. You may discover your family’s new favorite book! See the video on https://www.facebook.com/watervillelibrary/ FMI: Call 207-872-5433, email [email protected], or go to http://www.watervillelibrary.org.

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Mrs. Liz hosting Rhymtime at Waterville Public Library!

Fridays just aren’t the same without Rhymetime. To stay engaged with our baby, toddler, and preschool families, a pre-recorded song & fingerplay video will be available at 10:30AM on Fridays on our Facebook page. Live events have been temporarily discontinued. The themes for May are: 5/6:  Mother’s Day 5/13: Letter “Z” 5/20: Pet Theme 5/27:…

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Crafternoons are fun weekly crafts for young children and their families! Join Mrs. Liz at 3PM on the Waterville Public Library’s Facebook page for instructions and a video demonstration. The kits for each craft will be available through Library to go the Monday* before the event. 5/3: Paper Bead Necklaces 5/10: Craft Stick Bird Feeder…

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Lebanese Public Supper is being held on Sunday, May 22, 2022, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Parish Hall on the corner of Appleton and Front Street in Waterville, ME. Enjoy authentic Lebanese cuisine: cooked Kibbe, Cabbage Rolls, Grape Leaves, Loubia (green beans in a tomato base) served alone and/or over rice,…

Mrs. Liz hosting Book Bites at Waterville Public Library!

Enjoy tasty tidbits of our new children’s collection. Each week on Thursdays from 7 to 7:30PM, Mrs. Liz will read an excerpt from a book off one of the New Books shelves. You may discover your family’s new favorite book! See the video on https://www.facebook.com/watervillelibrary/ FMI: Call 207-872-5433, email [email protected], or go to http://www.watervillelibrary.org.

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K–12 educators, join Colby College Museum of Art staff and guest instructors for a monthly virtual meeting to have fun, spark ideas for your classroom, and create a community of practice and support. Each month, we’ll share a new set of looking activities, games, or other innovative approaches to encountering art. This month we will…

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K–12 educators, join Colby College Museum of Art staff and guest instructors for a monthly virtual meeting to have fun, spark ideas for your classroom, and create a community of practice and support. Each month, we’ll share a new set of looking activities, games, or other innovative approaches to encountering art. In April, we will…

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