November 2018 events calendar for Colcord House the lovely home of the Stockton Springs Community Library and Stockton Springs Historical Society. For more information visit our Bulletin Board and Events page on our website.
The Stockton Springs Community Library will host a Story Time on the first Saturday of each month from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm through April. The program began on November 3rd and will end on April 6th.
Dates for the Story Time will be November 3, December 1, January 5, February 2, March 2, and April 6.
Each story time will include a story and activities. A light lunch will be provided. All are welcome!
For more information call us at 207-567-4147.
Santa may be coming to town on Thanksgiving but this year Santa sent Mrs. Claus out ahead of his arrival!
Hear Douglas Coffin read his Christmas story and sample Mrs. Claus’s cookies.
Meet some Maine authors and buy their books. Don’t forget to shop at Bookstacks and look out for the elves and Mrs. Claus. You never know where they will show up!
If the children have their Christmas letters for Santa written she will take them back with her to the North Pole. (if they want to find out if Santa got their letter Return addresses must be on the letters.)
“Enjoy seeing a Mickey Mouse Club’s short film about Stockton Springs in 1959. Come and see a Christmas Movie!
Popcorn and cookies offered during the event at the Alamo will be Free!
This is a fundraiser brought to you by Stockton Springs Historical Society. Homemade baked goods will be available for purchase so you can stock up for the holidays. There will be books for sale as well at both the Alamo and down the street a bit at Bookstacks.
Please join us at the Alamo Theatre in Bucksport at 12:00 noon, Saturday, November 10, 2018.
The cost will be $10.00 for Adults…. teens 12-18 are $5.00
All children under the age of 12 are free and all children must be accompanied by an adult.
Colcord House is home to the Stockton Springs Historical Society and the Community Library.
The library is looking for volunteers.
If you can give us 3 hours once or twice a month that would be great. As you all know, we are an all volunteer library and like to have 2 people on every shift, We are avery friendly bunch, the job is not hard and you can keep as busy as you want, or just be friendly with our patrons.
Please stop by or give us a call. 207-567-4147.
We would also appreciate it if you would share this message with friends and family in the area. Thank you!
On Saturday, June 2nd from 9 am to 2 pm the Stockton Springs Community Library will host its Annual Book, Bake, and Plant Sale at the library on Main Street in Stockton Springs.
Library volunteers are busy dividing perennials for this popular fundraiser. There will be a wide variety of flowers and herbs to brighten your gardens. You can stock up on books for summer reading while snacking on delicious homemade baked goods. There’s always a great variety of sweet and savory baked goods available. Also for sale will be DVDs, VHS films, and audio books.
The Stockton Springs Community Library was founded in 2001 and is located in the historic Colcord House, which is owned by the Stockton Springs Historical Society. The library is run by a group of dedicated volunteers and new volunteers are always welcome.
The calendar has been revised to reflect that the Lego Program ended in April. The SSCL Board meeting on May 8th is at 6:30. The Stockton Springs Historical Society will meet a little earlier than usual at 1:15 on Sunday, May 6. Also that hot dogs, chips, and iced tea will be available. There will not be any Tai Chi on May 19th because the Death Café will be meeting at the Town Hall where Tai Chi usually takes place. If you want to download a copy of the calendar you can do so on the Bulletin Board page.