Thursday, June 18 at 7pm, our local author visit programs continue with Katherine Silva, who returns to the world of Vox in her latest book, Memento Mori. Katherine will read, answer questions, sign, and sell copies of her book.
In this prequel to Vox and Aequitas, Whitaker Hayward, an out-of-work architect, is contracted by one of Seraphim City’s affluent magnates, Blumstein, to investigate a room in a long forgotten house on the outskirts of the city; a room that […]
Make easy cards and crafts for the for the special father in your life. Fun for kids of all ages! Saturday, June 13, 10-12.
Thursday, June 4th at 7pm, Kath Holland of Blue Newt Landscape Designs will talk about tough but beautiful trees, shrubs, perennials and bulbs.
Kath Holland owns Blue Newt Landscape Designs, a firm that provides clear and comprehensive master plans, backyard makeovers, and knowledgeable installations and oversight, as well as consultations, practical advice and garden coaching for the Do-It-Yourselfer.
She earned a Certificate in Landscape Design from the Landscape Institute of the Arnold Arboretum; there, in addition to landscape design studios, she got to study really neat topics like native plant communities, the biology […]
Saturday, June 6, 8am to 1pm, on the Common in Union, rain or shine! Our ever popular annual sale of freshly potted, hardy, local plants, especially perennials. The sale offers hundreds of high-quality perennials, herbs, vegetable seedlings and shrubs. Diggers and transplanting volunteers have been busy visiting local gardens for treasures to offer at the sale. Bake sale with delicious homemade baked goods. Locally-made clay plant pots exclusively for the Vose Library Plant Sale. All proceeds benefit the Library. For further information or to donate additional plants for the sale, call 785-4733.
Join us Saturday, May 30, at 7pm for an evening with the “Exact Change” jazz quartet, playing jazz standards, selections from the Great American Songbook and more. Admission is $8 suggested donation; “Cool” Jazz is a fundraiser to help offset the cost of our new air conditioning and heat pump units, which are being installed by band member Ray Montana. Each member of the band has a great deal of playing and performing experience in several genres from jazz to Celtic to country. Their unique sound blends jazz guitar played […]
Did you know that you can now request items directly from other libraries? Search our MILS catalog, and click the Search MaineCat link to search and request items from other Maine libraries. Full details on our Borrow page.
Make easy cards and crafts for the for the special mother in your life. Fun for kids of all ages! Saturday, May 9, 10-12.
Saturday, May 2, 10-12. Celebrate the magic of comics and graphic novels and make your own! Pick up a free comic book courtesy of Free Comic Book Day, an event which promotes comics and local comic shops across the country. Comics foster literacy, imagination, and creativity. Learn about drawing characters, telling a story with pictures, and writing dialogue. All ages!
The library will be closed on Saturday the 25th so that we can use all our space and staffing to hold the Stash Sale. This fundraiser is one of the pillars of our budget and helps keep us running the rest of the year. Thank you for your understanding!
Love crafting? This is the event for you! Our Stash Buster Sale, Saturday April 25, 9am-2:30pm, is for all the fiber arts, including quilting, knitting, crochet, sewing, embroidery, spinning, you name it! Your neighbors have donated unused material from their stashes and we will sell it at bargain prices! Quality materials are specially priced—and the popular $5 Fill-a-Bag table returns. Bake Sale, raffle of special handmade items, and silent auction of a beautiful wooden sewing table. See you there!
Donations Please! Clear out your stash for a fresh new year—donate the materials that are sitting around not being used. The […]