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Just Walking Home: An Appalachian Trail Experience with Nicole Cary    event
Oct 25, 2016— 6:00 pm   More information coming soon! However, no registration is necessary and will be located in Callahan Hall.  


Beginner Swahili Class    event
Oct 25, 2016, Nov 01, 2016, Nov 08, 2016— 5:30 pm   The Lewiston and Auburn Public Libraries will be offering free beginner and intermediate classes in Swahili, also known as Kiswahili. Led by instructor Ms. Crabtree, Kiswahili 101 will provide teen an

BRRRAAAAAIIIIIIINNNNNNNSSSSSS! Come visit us at 4:00pm, Oct 19th on the third floor to do some braaaaiiiiiinnn surgery! Call us to reserve a spot at 513-3133, Don’t worry, we’re going to e

Spider Science!    event
Spiders are just soo delicious…right? Come join us on the 3rd floor at 4:00pm on Oct. 12th to learn about spiders, play games and eat food! Call  us at 513 3133 to sign up, spots are limited.

How To Survive National Novel Writing Month    event
Ever wanted to write a book?  Join us for an overview of NaNoWriMo, with tips on drafting 50,000 words in 30 days. This session will be held on Thursday, October 20th from 5:30-7 PM. This preparatory


Immigration Officer Drop-In Hours    event
On Friday, October 21st, Lewiston Public Library will host Immigration Services Officers from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The officers will be holding a free open

Catherine F. Bergeron-Bergeron

Author Talk: Catherine Bergeron-Bergeron    event
On Thurs. evening, Sept. 29th at 6:00 p.m., LPL will be hosting local author Catherine Bergeron-Bergeron for a talk and slide presentation on her recently published book, Our Place in Line: a Franco-A


Threads of Our Lives    event
The Maine Folklife Center has embarked on a special project this year to highlight the diversity of fiber arts that Mainers are involved with and LPL is collaborating with the Center to help with this

Great Falls Forum with Stephanie Kelley-Romano    event
Nov 17, 2016— 12:00 pm   Our Great Falls Forum featured speaker for November is Stephanie Kelley-Romano, Professor of Rhetoric at Bates College, speaking on “Post-Election Reflection: What Happened and Why.” More informa

Great Falls Forum with Sean Dorsey    event
Our Great Falls Forum featured speaker for September is Sean Dorsey, Choreographer with Sean Dorsey Dance.  In a multimedia presentation entitled “Unearthing Buried LGBTQ History Through Modern Dan

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