WATERFORD LIBRARY COFFEE CAFE GIVES BACK.
Librarian Nancy Eaton with the Waterford/Harrison 5th Graders. Presenting the Big Check to their Principal and teachers.
Photos courtesy of Emily Baker and Rob Ripley.
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web page: www.waterfordme.org
Readers always Welcome!
Volunteers Always Welcome!
The most recent project of the Coffee Cafe' was to help fund Waterford/Harrison 5th Grade students attend the Lakeside Classroom at the Bryant Pond 4-H Camp and Learning Center this fall with a donation of $500. The program offers a "unique blend of inspired fun, practical outdoor skills, hands-on experimental science, and team building / leadership skills which help form the foundations for a lifelong appreciation of the outdoors." The curriculum focuses on five essential steps toward personal growth and an ethic of stewardship: Team Building, Outdoor Education, Sensory Development, Environmental Conservation and Sustainability, Self-Reliance and Service Learning.
The Waterford Library Association is delighted to support such a valuable endeavor and invest in further educating these children. We wish to thank everyone who comes to the weekly Friday Coffee Cafe and helps to make such gifts possible.
Monday- Knitting, 2-4pm
Friday- Coffee Cafe, 9-noon
663 Waterford Road Waterford, ME 04088
If MSAD 17 or MSAD 61 close due to weather, then the library will also be closed.
Mystery Book Club, 2nd Wed. - 4pm
Book Discussion, 4th Wed. - 10am
ALL ABOUT BOOKS
March 9th 11am-1pm
Collaborators from Sweden Maine
discuss their recent book about local architecture:
Living, Learning, and Worshiping: Buildings of Sweden, Maine 1813-1914
Conversations with BRUCE COFFIN about his newest and other books.
Monday 2-6pm * Wed. 3-8pm * Friday 9am-noon * Sat. 10am-2pm
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Upcoming Events throughout the year.