The library is now open without restriction on user capacity, and visiting time limits have been lifted. Masks are always compulsory in the building. The collection of materials at the edge of the sidewalk remains available.
The opening hours of the library are: Tuesday, 9:30 am to 7:30 pm; Wednesday, 9:30 am to 7:30 pm; Thursday, 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm; and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Email [email protected] or call (207) 698-5737.
New art exhibition
The photographs of Corey Cain of York are currently on the walls of the Berwick Public Library. Large photographs include coastal and wildlife scenes.
Bob Keyes talks about Robert Indiana
Bob Keyes talks about his book, âThe Isolationist Artist: Scandal, Deception, and the Last Days of Robert Indiana,â in a new video via the Library Blog link. The creator of the iconic LOVE sculpture, Robert Indiana was a lone artist who died in 2018, leaving behind grim rumors and scandals and a succession mingled with lawsuits.
Firefighter story hour
Berwick Fire Department Captain Travis Doiron shares a story, talks about fire safety and protective gear firefighters wear, and shows off the fire truck in a new storytime library video. Click on the Blog link on the library’s website, www.berwick.lib.me.us.
Wednesdays at 4 p.m.
The LEGO Club meets Thursdays at 4 p.m. Each week a different challenge.
Self-guided hike Plant ID package
Download the Great Works Regional Land Trusts and Berwick Public Library Self-Guided Summer Hiking Pack. In this packet you’ll find poetry and a plant identification guide for each of the following reserves: Grants Meadow at Beaver Dam Heath, Newichwannock Woods, and Keay Brook Preserve at Berwick.
Each reserve guide is accompanied by a description and map of the reserves as well as a poem and a plant identification guide. The Plant Identification Guide represents five common plant species that can be found in the reserve. Find the link on the library’s Facebook page.
Story time is back. Story time will be offered every Friday at 10:30 am Call the library if you are unsure whether or not story time will take place. All ages are welcome!
We have a STEM area set up in the library next to our Lego area by Young Adult and Junior Fiction Books.
New adult fiction and non-fiction books
Check the library’s website for all new titles.
Free Wi-Fi will remain available in the library parking lot, and digital books and audiobooks are available for download through the Cloud Library app on the library’s website. There is also a link to the Maine digital library and a link to the Stay-ay Home resources.
People who have a Portland Public Library card also have access to this downloadable collection.
Research databases are available under the Resources tab of the website for students and their parents.
Video programs available on the Library Blog page:
“Peyton Place Comes Home to Maine”, author interview with Mac Smith.
Maine mystery writers Barbara Ross, Brenda Buchanan and Richard Cass took part in a panel for “Create Your Own Mystery.”
Piscataqua Junior Ranger Fife and Drum Corps.
âThere is nothing like the outdoors: garbage in our homes, our communities and in Maine. “
âWhat is the Maine Climate Plan? Roger Stephenson of the Union of Concerned Scientists discusses climate change.
âThe Ship That Held Up Wall Street,â author interview with Dr Warren C. Riess.
“Rebels in Portland Harbor!” : The Civil War Career of Lieutenant Charles Read, CSN ‘with Dr. Michael Schroeder.
“The Arrival of Spring: Irish Tales of Mischief and Magic”, with Lynne Cullen
âRaptors and Reptilesâ with the Center for Wildlife.
Artist interview with Thomas K. Merriam.
Author interview with Ross Alan Bachelder.
“Three Notable Women of Maine” with David Ramsay
“Talking with birds: finding mindfulness and connection with nature in your garden”
“A beautiful” Dam “regiment: the 29th campaign of Maine and the Red River of 1864”
“The great mobilization of 1841: the textile workers of Maine on strike”
“Coyote: America’s Singing Dog”
“Back to Maine”, music by Bilodeau Family Music.
Charlene D’Avanzo’s mystery series on the oceanography of Maine.
Author Samantha Simard.
Matthew Langdon Cost’s book, “I am Cuba”.
Glen Johnson has a presentation on “Modern Day Dowsing”.
Tom Hardiman, warden of the Portsmouth Athenaeum, talks about his new book, “Money Revolution and Books”.
The Berwick Public Library is located at 103 Old Pine Hill Road, Berwick, Maine. The library’s phone number is (207) 698-5737, and it can be found on the web at www.berwick.lib.me.us.