Starting June 5: Summer Reading Club for Children.
Goodall Library’s coloring workshop for adults, continues in the Thornburg Community Room:
May 22, and June 26
from 6:00-7:30 PM
Coloring sheets and supplies will be provided (or you can bring your own). Color in a relaxing, group setting with music and refreshments provided.
Whether you’re a beginner or looking to deepen your practice, this series is for you.
Cindy Simon, M.A., NCC, RMT will lead the group in relieving anxiety, anger and depression by learning to live in the present moment. Enjoy deep stillness and quiet and rid your mind of negative chatter. Live with more acceptance, letting go, happiness, and gratitude.
Monthly sessions are Mondays, from 4:00-5:00 PM at the library: May 15, and June 19.
Learn how to bring meditation into your everyday life. Join us, and discover the difference it will make.
Do you believe that a public library is vital to the health and well-being of the community?
Are you passionate about learning, committed to equality, fairness and transparency, and willing to work with others to achieve goals?
The library Board of Trustees is looking for you! Read more...
Tuesday, May 30 at 6:30 - FREE!
The banjo becomes outrageous when plunk meets funk!
The roots of the banjo are in American popular and jazz music from the early 1900s, but unlike many banjoists, Maine native Peter Mezoian decided that those syncopated infectious rhythms and melodies could transfer to other genres and generations of music: where Cole Porter crosses Paul Simon and Broadway intersects with the Beatles, and where the Roaring 20s catch up with the psychedelic 60s. Read more...
Tuesday, June 6 at 6:30
Are you interested in making some positive changes in this new year? Kennebunk therapist and author Kingsley Gallup will discuss some tips for personal change and growth when she reads from her book Project Personal Freedom, a daily guidebook of inspirational and instructional tips to help those who feel trapped by circumstances. Read more...
Thursday, June 8 at 12:30
The library will be hosting a Needle Felting class offered by Danielle Bonney - local wool sculptor who makes birds and other animals out of sheep's wool through a technique called needle felting. Check out her work on her Etsy shop.
Participants will learn how to make a felted hummingbird to take home. Registration is required. Limit of 14 participants. Instruction is geared toward adults.
Corner of Main and Elm Streets in downtown Sanford. Parking and entrance on Elm St.
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Louis B. Goodall Memorial Library, 952 Main St, Sanford ME 04073
207.324.4714 ~ email@example.com
Monday-Thursday 10-8, Friday 10-5, Saturday 10-4
The mission of Louis B. Goodall Memorial Library is to encourage, foster and enhance
a lifelong enjoyment of reading and learning for the community.