Simpson Memorial Library
Simpson Memorial
Library
8 Plymouth Road
PO Box 186
Carmel, Me 04419
207-848-7145
info@simpsonmemorial.
org
Hours:
Tuesdays 11-7
Thursdays 11-7
Saturdays 9-1
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Upcoming Events:  

Annual Book and Plant Sale - Friday, May 9 - 8 to 3
Saturday, May 10 - 9 to 1

Summer Read Program for Children, 'Tweens and Adults
sign-up begins May 1.

Story Hour:  Second Saturday of each month at 10:00

except May - the first Saturday.
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Lap Story Time for babies and toddlers:  Third Tue.  -  11:30
 
Bake Sale : Third Sat. of each month  9:00 to 1:00+ at
Ye Ole General from September through April.

Adult Book and Craft Hour: Each Thursday from 6:00 to
7:00.  Bring your handiwork to share.  Need some help with
a craft?  One of us may be able to help you.
New Books

Fiction
Blossom Street Brides by Debbie Macomber
A Week in Winter byMaeve Binchy
The Last Witness  by W.E.B. Griffin
The Invention of Wings by Sue Kidd Monk
Breaking Point by C. J. Box
Stand Up Guy by Stuart Woods
Non-Fiction
Still Fooling 'em by Billy Crystal
Wilderness Within, Wilderness Without by Bridget Besaw
Children's  (see more on the Children's Page)
Nancy Drew: The Girl Who Wasn't There (graphic novel
) by Stefen Petrucha  
Sheila Rae, the Brave by Kevin Hankes
Young Adults
Catching Fire by Stefen Petrucha
Divergent, Insurgent and Alligiant byVeronica Roth
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THURSDAY NIGHT CRAFT/READ GROUP

On Thursday nights crafters meet at the library.
Any crafter is welcome to join us as we discuss
our projects and the books that we are reading.

If you are a  "foodie, or just enjoy a mystery
with delicious recipes included, then you might
like the Hannah Swensen Mystery series,
complete with recipes. One of our patron's
commented that the latest book, "Cinnamon
Roll Murder" was an enjoyable read and not too
heavy a mystery.

Lap Story Time for Babies and Toddlers:

Come to the Golden Harvest Grange, the third
Tuesday of each month at 11:30 with your baby
or toddler for a program that includes story
reading, a social time and  a treat.
Click the link above to get information
about downloading free books from the
Maine InfoNet Download Library and
other sources.
NEWSLETTERS
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE
AFFORDABLE CARE ACT GO
TO THE HELPFUL LINKS PAGE.

INCOME TAX CHECK-OFF TO SUPPORT LIBRARIES


Maine State Income Tax form CP (Voluntary Contributions) includes a
check-off for the Maine Public Library Fund.

This fund will be administered by the Maine State Library to help public
libraries across the state.

Interested taxpayers can check #8 Maine Public Library Fund on
Schedule CP to make a donation which will mean so much to Maine’s
public libraries.

THINK SPRING!
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Simpson Memorial Library
Catalog and the Balsam
Consortium Catalog!