Introducing CloudLibrary – Wednesday, March 15, 3 PM & Thursday, March 16, 2 PM
Posted by Michael Gorzka on February 10th, 2017
Maine Libraries introduce downloadable ebooks/eaudiobooks via CloudLibrary on 3/1/2017
Current content will remain largely unchanged, though you will need to download a “new” app called CloudLibrary.
Any items checked out before the cutover will expire by February 28th, and items on hold will need to be re- requested in CloudLibrary after that.
The app is easy to load and use, but as always staff is available to help you. Please contact the reference desk with any questions.
Note: Kindle e-ink devices and mp3 players will no longer be supported.
CloudLibrary overview and discussion
Days & Times:
Wednesday, March 15, 3 PM – 4 PM
Thursday March 16, 2 PM – 3 PM
Location: In the Seminar Room
Contact: Marian Dalton firstname.lastname@example.org | 207-725-5242 x218
Vote For Curtis!
Posted by Michael Gorzka on February 7th, 2017
Curtis Memorial Library is thrilled to be one of the first three organizations to participate in Atlantic Federal Credit Union’s new Community Life Grant program.
Simply visit AFCU’s Community Life Grant Facebook page and vote for your favorite organization.
It’s an honor to be chosen alongside the good works of Big Brother/Big Sister of Bath/Brunswick, and the Coastal Humane Society. Everyone receives an award! The organization with the most votes receives a $1,000 grant!
Your vote for Curtis gets us there!
Thanks for voting . . . thanks for sharing.
50 New Annual Fund gifts for FEBRUARY!
Posted by Michael Gorzka on February 2nd, 2017
You are such an important part of the Curtis story!
Your support of the Annual Fund directly puts new books, e-books, audiobooks and more directly on the shelves here or in Curtis’ e-library.
We’ve raised over $80,000 toward our goal of $103,000.
All gifts make a difference. Your gift means the most.
We hope to welcome 50 new or renewed donors in February. Thanks to all those who have already given!
Visit the Library’s Annual Fund page.
“A library is a building full of stories. Stories are how we learn, teach, connect and grow as human beings.” — Heather, Brunswick
Contact: Joyce Schmitt email@example.com 207-725-5242 ext. 219