The Bridgton Public Library will be hosting a nonfiction book group on Wednesday, February 14th, at 10:00 a.m. If you prefer fact to fiction, you are welcome to attend this book group which meets every other month. The title to be discussed in February is No One Cares About Crazy People, by Ron Powers. Please contact the library at 647-2472 for more information.
This event has been postponed, please join us February 14th
Come learn about Your Body! Read stories and play interactive learning games to explore the human body! Appropriate for children 3-6 and for helpful older siblings and parents. Registration requested:
Rainie Wiemer, PT from Richard Bader Physical Therapy practice will present this program. As part of their Life/Work Series, this is a 45 minute presentation followed by question and answer period. Learn more about proactive steps you can take to promote physical well-being.
Open to children 3-17, it’s easy to participate! Choose one of the following themes: “Teeth are Terrific,” “Plaque Attack,” or “YOU Have the Power.” The library will host an art show and celebration 2/20 at 2:00. FREE toothbrushes, healthy snacks, and activities! Please ask at the Youth Services Desk for posterboard anytime before 2/20 and create your awesome poster!
Join us for this fun introduction to mammal tracks, behavior and habitats. Activities will include Making Plaster Tracks, Drawing Animal Tracks, and other discussion and activities from our Cornerstones of Science Trunk that will be visiting our library for the week. Appropriate for ages 6-14. Registration requested:
Improv Theater is coming to the BPL! Please join us on Friday, 2/23 2:00-3:00 and learn more about improvisational theater and the skills required. Designed for ages 8-12, explore your creative style in a fun and informal setting from Miss Allison, a local girl working on earning her Girl Scouts Silver Award. Registration requested: