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The book sale has been a feature of the Blueberry Festival for decades. It provides an opportunity for anyone to obtain books by simply donating to the library. This year’s sale will once again offer hundreds of books on numerous subjects. The huge assortment of fiction and non-fiction provides selections for all ages of reader. The sale has a large children’s and young adult’s section. There are books on crafts and home improvement, as well as a selection of classics. Dozens of authors are featured in the romance genre. A newly organized display of fiction is ready to be viewed, with all the books sorted alphabetically by author. Shelves of more than thirty (30) boxes containing the most popular authors are also at the sale. The non-fiction section has had many new titles added just in time for Friday’s opening day. The sale also has sections on music, history, religion and many more subjects. A few special collections will also be there, including books on Frank Sinatra and the movie “Star Wars.” More than 1000 paperbacks have been sorted alphabetically by author, in topics ranging from romance and mystery to action-thriller and sci-fi. In short, if there is a book that you have been looking to read this summer, then you may very well find it at the Wilton Free Public Library Book Sale.
Come join in our 1st Annual Adult Summer Reading Program: Step 1: Read a library book. Step 2: Write a six word review. Step 3: Enter to win a weekly drawing for a gift certificate to a local . . . → Read More: Adult Summer Reading Program starts today]]>
Come join in our 1st Annual Adult Summer Reading Program:
Step 1: Read a library book.
Step 2: Write a six word review.
Step 3: Enter to win a weekly drawing for a gift certificate to a local business.
Every Tuesday we will randomly pick a review and award the reader with a prize! We will also post some of the reviews to share great recommendations from our amazing patrons. Our first prize winner will be picked on Tuesday, July 22nd. Let’s celebrate the wonderfulness of summer reading!]]>
For more information contact library staff at 645-4831 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Orion Rising: Collected Poems:
“Doug Rawlings’ poems about the Vietnam War, full of anger, shame, suffering and solace, are hard to bear—-as they should be. His poems about family life, children, the passing of friends since the war are honest, vulnerable, playful and loving. Together they allow him, and us, full humanity, an expansion of humanity that is particularly poignant in light of its denial to those on both sides who did not survive the war.” — Rob Shetterly
“I have met Doug Rawlings only once, and then only in passing at a Veterans for Peace convention in his home state of Maine in 2010, but I have been reading his poetry for nearly 40 years. Spending time with this compilation of his life’s work, I feel as if I’m in the company of an old and dear and trusted friend. The range of his emotions, the diversity of his interests, the keenness of his sensibilities, his capacity to be fully and consciously human leave no doubt that his has been and continues to be a life examined and well worth living.” — W. D. Ehrhart]]>
*Only 2 elements may be combined with one book, for example, if you read a fairy tale in 20 minutes, that will cover those 2 elements. But you may not add any more, such as reading it in a tree…that must be a separate book!
Program calendar…don’t forget the magic show this Thursday to help us kick off the program with a science-themed magic show! Six o’clock at the Academy Hill School. See our FaceBook page for more details.
Five Maine photographers will be exhibiting their work at the Wilton Library through the end of July. Masi Habi (Portland), Jo Josephson (Temple), Johnathan Norton (Long Island), Corinna Roy (Roxbury), and Adam Savage (Farmington) will present a variety of photos and graphic art. There will be a reception and opening on Friday, June 27, from 6 to 8 p.m. Refreshments will be catered by Julieanne Reed of Mexico.]]>
Link to books discussed at June, 2014 meeting.]]>
Here are the books we discussed at the May meeting:
The passes are valid for the following parks: Aroostook, Birch Point, Bradbury Mountain, Camden Hills, Cobscook Bay , Colonial Pemaquid/Ft. Wm. Henry, Crescent Beach, Damariscotta Lake, Eagle Island, Ferry Beach, Fort Knox, Fort Edgecomb, Fort Kent Blockhouse, Fort McClary, Fort Point, Grafton Notch, Kettle Cove, Kineo, Lake St George, Lamoine, Lily Bay, Mackworth Island, Moose Point, Mount Blue, Peaks-Kenny, Popham Beach, Quoddy Head, Rangeley Lake, Range Pond, Reid, Roque Bluffs, Sebago Lake, Shackford Head, Swan Lake, Two Lights, Vaughan Woods, Warren Island, Wolfe’s Neck Woods.
Exceptions: Park passes are not accepted at the following parks: Baxter State Park, The Allagash Wilderness Waterway, The Penobscot River Corridor, The Penobscot Narrows Observatory, the Maine Wildlife Park, Peacock Beach, or Scarborough Beach. The Maine State Park Pass is for day-use only and does not include camping. However, if you are camping at one of our 12 campgrounds, the day-use fee is included in your camping fee.
More information on Vehicle Pass use may be found on the website at the DACF website.]]>