Spaulding Memorial Library

Route 114, Sebago, Maine, 04029

" The only thing you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library." - Albert Einstein

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Tel: (207)787-2321
Library Hours
Sun 2:00PM-4:00PM
Mon 8:30AM-7:00PM
Wed 8:30AM-7:00PM
Sat 9:00AM-1:00PM

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KOHA - Renewing from home - the correct page now opens and you can login and see what you have borrowed and easily renew books. Login is first name.lastname and password is spaulding(all lowercase). We ask that the first time that you Login you change your password.

Saturday July 22, 4 to 8 PM

Rain Date Suncay July 23

Putting Contest

The Links At Laurel Ledge

Sponsored by David and Pamela Donoghue
Benefits the Spaulding Memorial Library
Age 10 and Up, 100 Ticket Limit, $25 Each, 2 For $40

Come enjoy a friendly contest, lakeside.

Hot dogs, sausage, salads, cold drinks from 4–6 p.m.

Hors d’oeuvres, desserts, cash bar 6–8 p.m..

Putters provided. Golf or soft-soled shoes. No heels please.

Prizes Trophy Silent Auction

Free parking provided at the Church of the Nazarene, on Route 114.
Tickets available at Jordan’s Store. Call the library @787–2321 to reserve or buy tickets or check on the rain date

Starts Wednesday July 5th
9 to 10 AM
Summer Reading Program

July 29th Scales And Tails
7 PM
A Push Back The Stacks Event

Using live, non-releasable reptiles, this program will compare these species and discuss their adaptations.

Many people conjure up images of slimy skin and bloodthirsty monsters when they hear the word “reptile.” This hands-on program works to dispel some of those fears by allowing students to examine snakeskins, turtle shells, skeletons, and other unique reptilian artifacts

August 19th 7 PM
African Drumming with Annegret Baier
A Push Back The Stacks Event

Annegret grew up in Germany and received her classical music training in violin, voice and piano from the University of Music in Stuttgart. She has studied with master drummers from Guinea, Ghana, Cuba and Brazil. She has done several residencies with her primary teacher, Famoudou Konate, in Conakry, Guinea.

She maintains a busy performance schedule throughout Maine and New England, performing solo and with the bands: Inanna, Sisters in Rhythm, and The Zulu Leprechauns. When she is not touring or giving school residencies for all age students, she teaches individual and group drumming classes and gives workshops throughout New England.

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