Library Book Bingo!

Join the New Gloucester Public Library for Library Book Bingo, our reading challenge for 2022. Adults, teens, and children can all participate--and win prizes!

Kids

Storytime in the Gazebo

Storytime

Wednesdays and Saturdays @ 10:30

Join Ms. Emily for songs and stories every Wednesday and Saturday. Ages 0-5.


4H

New Gloucester Library 4H Group

University of Maine Cooperative Extension conducts the state’s most successful out-of-school youth educational program. 4-H is a positive youth development organization that empowers young people to reach their full potential. Thousands of Maine youth participate annually in projects focused on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM); Healthy Lifestyles programs; and Youth Community Action/Engagemet/Leadership.

Extension employees and volunteers are committed to creating positive experiential learning experiences for Maine youth; promoting and helping create positive relationships between youth and adults; creating and supporting positive, inclusive, and safe learning environments; and providing youth with opportunities to experience positive risk-taking challenges and growth.

For more information please call the library at 207-926-4840 or email newgloucesterlibrary@gmail.com



Teens

Teen Volunteer Corps

Teens help with programming, shelving, and a variety of other library tasks while earning volunteer hours. Ages 12-16.


Adult

Book Discussion

An ongoing monthly book (and film) discussion group which supports growth and reflection with anti-racism. Each month will feature a different material, and will include one or two discussion sessions. Participants may choose to stick with the group long-term for sustained growth, or are welcome to join month to month.

About the facilitator:
Leigh Anne Keichline is an educator who holds a Masters in Education & Literacy as well as one in Political Science. Passionate about racial justice but humble in her own journey, she offers a space for curiosity, care, respect, and growth. She has been trained as a SEED leader from the National SEED Project (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) out of Wellesley University, and has led book discussions through Skidompha Library since June of 2020.