WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE LIBRARY

HANNAFORD HELPS CARIBOU PUBLIC LIBRARY

The Caribou Public Library Foundation has been selected again as a beneficiary of the Hannaford Cause Bag program for the month of May.  For every Hannaford Helps bag purchased at the 114 High Street Hannaford store in Caribou, the Caribou Public Library will receive a $1 donation

For more information on the Hannaford Cause Bag program, visit www.hannaford.bags4mycause.com or www.facebook.com/hhbagprogram

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Schedule of Current Children’s Programs:

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“Bring-your-own-brown-bag lunch” meeting

Friday, March 24, at the library.

Learn about the TNR (Trap, Neuter and Return) program.

Fee applies to those earning credit for the class.

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THE LIBRARY WILL BE OPENING TODAY, MARCH 15, AT 12:00 NOON.  OUR MORNING PRESCHOOL PROGRAM AND AFTERNOON STORYTIME WILL BOTH BE CANCELED AND WILL MEET AGAIN NEXT WEEK. 

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NEW PROGRAM
LIBRARY AND JOB CORPS PRESENT STORY TIME!

Erin Albers, the new Caribou Public Library children’s librarian, has formed a partnership with Loring Job Corps to begin an elementary story time for student readers on Wednesday’s afternoon, beginning MARCH 1, from 3:30-4:30 pm!

As part of Job Corps’ Reading To Lead initiative to highlight the importance of reading for Job Corps students across the country
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NATURAL SCIENCE COLLECTION EXHIBITION – FEB. 9 THROUGH APRIL 8, 2017

Hi! My name is Audrey. I am 10 years old and homeschooled. This is my science collection. I started collecting these items when I was six years old. I have a large shelf in my bedroom with everything I have collected, and I call it my science center. It started when I just had too much in my collection. So I needed a whole bookshelf for it. Some of my favorite things I have are the beaver-chewed wood, which I swam out into Madawaska Lake on May 1st to get, and my horse hair bird net which I found a month after my dad trimmed my horse’s hair. This is just a little bit of my Science Center. I think it’s really cool!

 

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