Regular Trustees meeting at 6:30. During this meeting they will move into the Annual Meeting of the Corporation, which has been posted in the Bridgton News and here at the Library. Recommended changes to the By-Laws have also been posted at the Library by the Main Circulation Desk for anyone who would like to review these before the meeting. The Annual Meeting will adjourn, and the regular meeting will continue after. Please call 647-2472 if you have any questions or require more information.
Come when you can and leave when you have to! Join us for fun building with all the secret LEGOs Miss Sam keeps hidden away in her closet the rest of the week. If you build something special, you can even put it up on display in the library!
Join us for stories, felt board fun, and songs! Then enjoy a FREE healthy snack and fun craft to take home.
Transgender History. The term “transgender” was coined in the late 1980s and came into popular usage in the mid 1990s, but that doesn’t mean that transgender people have only existed in the late twentieth century on. Transgender individuals have a rich history in America and other cultures. This program will present several different historical perspectives on transgender people and then focus on the story of Deborah Sampson, who disguised herself as man and fought in the Revolutionary War, as an example of the lived experience of transgender people.
Alex Myers is a novelist, teacher, and transgender rights advocate.