The Allagash: New England's Wild and Scenic River by Tim Caverly, March 8th, 6PM
Free! Light Refreshments Served
Join us as retired Maine Park Ranger Tim Caverly takes us on a journey down the famed Allagash River. The show includes music, as well as photographs of scenic, wildlife and historic settings from New England's northern forest. During the presentation, spectators will canoe down the world famous Allagash Wilderness Waterway. There viewers will discover a forgotten logging history, Native American archaeology, and learn how wild animals adapt to survive in their wilderness environment. The audience will also hear first-hand about the lore, legends of north woods characters that ranger/supervisor Tim Caverly experienced during his 32-year career.
Retirement: Making Your Money Last by Shawn-Christine Adjutant, Edward Jones Investing, March 14, 6 PM. Free!
Learn financial planning and tips for saving for retirement with Edward Jones Financial Advisor Shawn-Christine Adjutant. For more information
contact Betty Parker.
Teen Writing Group -- The Write Direction, Tuesdays at 5 PM
Please join Olivia and Kyleigh in creative writing activities to sharpen your writing skills and prepare for various forms of publication. This program for children 12 and up. For more information contact Tara by email or call 603-447-5552.
Local History Research at Your Finger Tips
Save money and use the library edition of Ancestry.com. It is the premier genealogical database. Access millions of records and learn about your family tree. In-library use only.
Heritage Quest has similar resources compared to Ancestry, including the US Census, but can be used from home.
To get started visit our Databases page, click on the link to HQ and type in your 14 digit barcode.