Walk-ins welcome, or call 710-0979 to request an appointment.
Goodall Library’s coloring workshop for adults, continues on Monday, March 27 in the Thornburg Community Room at 6:00 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: April 10, May 15, and June 19.
Learn how to bring meditation into your everyday life. Join us, and discover the difference it will make.
April 18, 19, and 20 from 2 to 4 PM
Join us for a free three-day parenting workshop: Building a Strong Foundation for Children from Birth to Age 5. Materials provided. Certified child care available on site during the workshops. Light refreshments will be offered.
Sponsored by kidsfreetogrow.org
Registration is recommended.
207.985.1758 or PatriceL@kidsfreetogrow.org
Knitting for Victory: How the Red Cross Mobilized the Nation to Knit and Helped Win the War
Thursday, April 6th @ 6:30
Holly Korda will discuss the amazing efforts of the Knitting Brigades of World War I in this presentation featuring fascinating stories and period photographs.
Check the Maine Public Library Fund donation box on your Maine income tax return!
Tuesday, April 18 at 6:30
Bruce Robert Coffin will present his new novel, Among the Shadows, a taut, atmospheric thriller. The former Portland Maine police detective will also touch on his former cases (such as the Finding Amy case), and how they influence his writing.
Tuesday, April 25 at 6:30
Retired game warden Roger Guay presents his new book A Good Man With a Dog in which he takes readers into the patient, watchful world of a warden: catching poachers; searching for lost hunters and hikers; protecting Maine's wilderness. His frequent companion has been Reba a chocolate lab who can find discarded weapons, ejected shells, hidden fish, and missing people!
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
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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.