Join us starting July 1st, 2015
for some fun activities!
Get your kids involved in some fun learning this Summer!
Super Hero Theme:
Aug 5th – Save the Citizens (water guns) 1pm
Aug 10th – Clothespin Superheroes 1pm
Aug 12th – Web Shooting (silly string) 1pm
Aug 15th – Pool Party 10am to Noon
As always, the end of our Summer Reading Program will be celebrated with our annual “Pool Party” for those who participated in the Reading Program
The WRLSWEB catalog will now accept online credit and debit card payments for current library fines of $5 or over!
Make payments online by logging in to your library account. Payments will be secured by PayPal and credited to your account immediately.
Click on the picture below for our video!
Created using our “new” Ipads now available for in-library checkout!
Just click on the “Donate” button!!
All donations will automatically be deposited into the Library’s Building Fund and are greatly appreciated.
Our current balance in the Building Fund is $180,598.98
“Libraries store the energy that fuels the imagination. They open up windows to the world and inspire us to explore and achieve, and contribute to improving our quality of life. Libraries change lives for the better.”
― Sidney Sheldon
The New Lisbon Memorial Library is full of wonderful pieces of history. We have albums full of historic photos and stories that date back as late as 1854. These albums were a labor of love for local historian Fred Rabuck and his assistant John Stastny.
Now, thanks to our own archivist, Trenton Streck-Havill, these images, as well as Wa-Du-Shuda yearbooks, are available to you right from the comfort of your computer. It is as easy as a click of a button!
Check out the Tab “New Lisbon Archives” to begin your trek through history!
The “Needle Nuts”
Are you into crocheting, knitting or sewing? If so, come join us at the New Lisbon Memorial Library every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 10am to Noon!
Get some great ideas from other crafters or just enjoy some wonderful conversation and laughter!!
Next Meetings: August 18th at 10am
The next discussion is …
August 17th at 2:30pm
by: Christina Baker Kline
Between 1854 and 1929, so called orphan trains ran regularly from the cities of the East Coast to the farmlands of the Midwest, carrying thousands of abandoned children whose fates would be determined by luck or chance. Would they be adopted by a kind and loving family, or would they face a childhood and adolescence of hard labor and servitude?
As a young Irish immigrant, Vivian Daly was one such child, sent by rail from New York City to an uncertain future a world away. Returning East later in life, Vivian leads a quiet, peaceful existence on the coast of Maine, the memories of her upbringing rendered a hazy blur. But in her attic, hidden in trunks, are vestiges of a turbulent past.
Seventeen year old Molly Ayer knows that a community service position helping an elderly widow clean out her attic is the only thing keeping her out of juvenile hall. But as Molly helps Vivian sort through her keepsakes and possessions, she discovers that she and Vivian aren’t as different as they appear. A Penobscot Indian who has spent her youth in and out of foster homes, Molly is also an outsider being raised by strangers, and she, too, has unanswered questions about the past.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO ATTEND….