Dover Public Library
September eNewsletter
Meditation Group
 
Jacqueline Finnerty leads a monthly meditation group at the library on the First Tuesday of every month with each session concentrating on a different type of meditation. Join her on Tuesday, September 4 at 7pm for this month's session . Finnerty is the creator of Blissful Soul Studio and is a meditation instructor at Serenity Spa & Salon in Dover.
Adult Spelling Bee

Back by popular demand! Get your brains tuned up and turn up for our Adult Spelling Bee on Tuesday, September 11 at 6:30pm . Go solo or gather a team of up to 4 people. Last person or team standing wins a prize! See the calendar for more details.
 
Maine Musician Cormac McCarthy

Hitch a ride into small town life through the original songs and stories of poet and songwriter, Cormac McCarthy on Tuesday, September 18 at 7pm . Cormac portrays a variety of characters on the edge of society, giving focus to the social fabric around them. There will be plenty of humor and poignant stories in his performance. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Dover Public Library. No registration is required.  
 
Game Night  
 
Monthly Game Night is on Wednesday, September 19 from 6-8pm . Join friends and neighbors for some friendly competition with one of our many games, or bring one you'd like to teach to others.

Psychic and Scientist on
Paranormal Activity
 
Join Valerie Lafaso and Andy Kitt of the KRI Center for Consciousness Studies, on Monday, September 24 at 6:30pm as they examine paranormal activity from the perspective of a scientist and a psychic medium to try to find understanding of the strange things that happen in our world. A unique dialog for those interested in the paranormal.

Get Lit!
 
We are offering a new book group for adults outside of the library! Borrow an ebook copy of "Tangerine" by Christine Mangan through Hoopla. The first meeting of "Get Lit" will take place at Sonny's Tavern located at 328 Central Ave. in Dover on Wednesday, September 26 at 6:30pm. Word is Sonny's will create a special cocktail just for the group and also offer discounts on food for book club members.
 
Death in the White Mountains
Author Talk

 
Julie Boardman, author of Death in the White Mountains , will be speaking about her examination of the causes of 219 deaths over the past 100 years in the White Mountains on Wednesday, September 26 at 6:30pm. If you are a hiker or have a fascination with untimely deaths, this presentation will be of interest to you. She will have copies of the book for a special $15 price at the event. Learn about the most common errors made by hikers, skiers and others enjoying the beauty and danger of nature in the Whites.
New Short Term Parking  
 
Fall brings cooler days and nights, and the return to school year routines. This means increased parking demands on the library lot, too! In order to help alleviate parking lot congestion during the busy weekday morning periods, the city is installing 11 new 30-minute parking spaces in front of the library. These will help patrons who need to make a quick trip into the library find a parking spot more easily, especially during busy morning hours.
Great American Read
 
The Great American Read continues this fall. This is a TV series on PBS that is seeking Americans' favorite book, based on the list of 100 books revealed in May. Join us in the Trustees Room to watch and discuss episodes of the show on Wednesdays from September 19 to October 17 from 6:30-8pm. Get up to speed by going to pbs.org/greatamericanread and watching the first episode which aired in May and then episode #2 which will air on Sept. 11 at 8pm.
 
National Read a Book Day
 
Every day is Read a Book Day at the library! Show us a picture of you reading a book on September 6 and post it to the library's Facebook page. Use #ReadABookDay. We'll give a prize to the one we like the best!
 

Text Messaging Available 
 
Patrons now have the ability to receive text notifications of holds, overdues and other notices by logging into their accounts under the "Your Messaging" tab. Instructions are available on the website under "How Do I" tab. If you have questions, please see a librarian for assistance.
 
Knitting Group
 
On Monday, September 10 from 6-8pm our knitting group will meet in the Trustees Room. This group is open to anyone who has a love for knitting and crocheting.  All levels are welcome!
 

Memory Lab 
 
Don't forget about the library's memory lab. Bring in cassette tapes, VHS, slides, photos or negatives to digitize and preserve for the future. See our website for more information on using the equipment.
 
Dover Yearbooks Online
 
Dover High School yearbooks are now available on the library's website. Search by activities, names, or just browse through page by page. You can look through the yearbooks for 1915 and 1945-2013. Access is free! 
 


Artist of the Month

Members of the Tri-City Consumers' Action Co-Op will have items on display throughout the month. Their artwork can be found on the walls in the Reference Room and in the display case near the magazines.
 
 

Second Wednesday Movie
 
The Second Wednesday Movie for September will be Ocean's 8, showing on September 12 at 6:30pm. It is rated PG-13.
 


Saturday Matinees
 
September 8
Avengers: Infinity War
Rated PG-13
 
September 15
Show Dogs
Rated PG
 
September 22
Jurassic World : Fallen Kingdom
Rated PG-13
 
September 29
No movie:  STEM Saturday 
 
Classic Cinema Sunday

September 9
Funny Face
 
September 16
Night Must Fall
 
September 23
Kiss Me Kate
 
September 30
Beau Geste
 


Morning Book Group

Join a book group! The Morning Book Group will discuss the book "The End of Your Life Book Club" by Will Schwalbe on Thursday, September 6 at 10am.


Evening Book Group

The Evening Book Group will meet on Monday, September 17 at 6:30pm to discuss
"Homegoing" by Yaa Gyasi. 
Fall Library Hours:
Mon - Wed 9 to 8:30
Thur & Fri 9 to 5:30
Saturday 9 to 5
Sunday 1 to 5
Holiday Hours:
Closed Sept. 1 - 3
Labor Day
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