March Madness - Circulation Fun!

Each week from March 1st through March 31st, your favorite authors who are hiding out in the "Fiction Cellar" will be competing for space in the "Popular Fiction" section right in front of circulation.  Only one author can win! Come in and vote for your favorite!

Each week the brackets will narrow with whoever wins that week's competition, so you'll need to keep coming in each week to vote!

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Diana Gabaldon vs Celeste Ng

Kurt Vonnegut vs Neil Gaiman


Multicultural Community Forum "Free Trade, Unaccompanied Children and the Right To Stay Home" with David Bacon

Presented in partnership with the Maine Multicultural Center and PICA

Wednesday, March 28th from 6 - 7:30


David Bacon is a writer and photojournalist based in Oakland and Berkeley, California. He has been a reporter and documentary photographer for more than 20 years, shooting for many national publications, and has exhibited his work nationally and internationally.

Bacon covers issues of labor, immigration, human rights and international politics. His work has taken him to Mexico, the Philippines, Europe and Iraq. For 20 years he worked as an organizer for labor unions with a large number of immigrants in their memberships. This experience has given him a unique insight into changing conditions in the workforce, the impact of the global economy and migration, and how these factors influence the struggle for workers’ rights.


David Bacon's latest book is In the Fields of the North / En los campos del norte (2017). This work of photojournalism combines haunting photographs with the voices of migrant farmworkers to document the experiences of some of the hardest-working and most disenfranchised laborers in the country: the people who are responsible for making California “America’s breadbasket.”

For more information about the Maine Multicultural Center - visit, for more information about PICA (Power in Community Alliances) visit

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Monthly Jazz Night with SWINGMATISM featuring: 
Jay Bregman, Saxophone
Dan Barrett, Trombone
Bob Roman, Bass
David Clarke, Guitar
Lincoln Blake, Keyboard
Mike Bennett, Drums

Play Your Cards Right!


Every Tuesday from 5pm - 7pm (4pm - 5pm sign-in & socialize, 5 pm - 7pm playing)

Every Saturday from 1pm - 4pm (1pm - 2pm sign-in & socialize, 2 pm - 4pm playing)

Where: Atrium

This group is open to all and free. Its a chance to learn, teach or play your favorite card game.

The game being taught each session will change depending on who's willing to teach, and what folks want to learn.

If you just feel like playing, you can do that too! We'll have tables avaiable for both.

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Adult Coloring Night

Join us to color away some stress and brighten your day. We supply the coloring sheets and pens/pencils/crayons and you bring your creativity. Sometimes it's nice to color inside the lines.

Every Monday night from 5pm-8pm on the 2nd floor in the 1812 Reading Room. 

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Book Groups

The Library has four diverse book groups capable of meeting a variety of different reader's needs or interests. If you would like more information on the book groups at the library click here.