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Lawyers in Libraries -

Free legal consultations with Melanie Allen, Heritage Law, Cornish

Tuesday, May 3rd - 12 noon to 2:00 pm.

Fifteen-minute free consultations are available to the public. Please contact library 625-8083 to schedule time. 

Lawyers across the state will spend time in local libraries on Law Week (May 1-7) to provide resources and assistance to people in need, talk about statewide legal issues and meet with library patrons. Lawyers in Libraries: Law Week 2018 is a free event open to the public.

 


 

Family Story Time  

Wednesday mornings, 10:30 am

April 25: Bears

May themes TBA

A story time for children ages 5 & under & their parents or caregivers: encouraging children and grown-ups to become actively involved in the story & participate in crafts, finger play, songs, movement. Presented by Janine.

 


Knitters / Crocheters

interested in gathering with fellow knitters and crocheters

Enjoy time for knitting, crocheting - To create & be inspired.

Thursdays 4:00 to 6:00 pm

 


 Bonney Readers -  BML Reading Group

All are invited!

Thursday, May 17, 2018

7:00 - 8:00 pm

A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles

Join us for good conversations about books.

Pick up a copy at the library.

Next meeting June 21  - The Last Painting of Sara de Vos by Dominic Smith

 


Annual Spring Book & Pie Sale

Saturday, May 19th, 2018

8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Books, AV materials, and delicious homemade pies.

held inside Cornish United Church, across from the library.

Proceeds to benefit the library.

 


Adult Coloring Book

Are you interested in a relaxing activity.

"Coloring Station"  where you can sit, relax, color - enjoy yourself anytime during library hours.

Adult coloring books with intricate designs and patterns (ex. paisleys, botanicals, mandalas, animals) offer a fun and unique way to express creativity, stimulate your brain, unwind and generate wellness. Coloring books and pencils will be available or participants can bring their own supplies. "Coloring brings you back to a simpler time, it's pleasurable, it's a chance to sit and be mindful...and at the end you get this beautiful result. You have a real sense of accomplishment." Alice Domar, PhD executive director of Domar Center for Mind/Bond Health, Boston from The New Joy of Coloring (Parade article July 12, 2015)

 


 "Friends of the Bonney Memorial Library"

Their mission statement is "We are a volunteer organization that supports the Bonney Memorial Library in Cornish, ME. Together, we will: Raise funds to supplement library service; Promote the Library as a community center; Advocate for the current and future needs of the library." 

Interested in joining our "Friends" contact the library.