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DIY Decor With Heidi For Teens – Tuesday June 27, 3:30 PM

Posted by Michael Gorzka on June 26th, 2017

Heidi Boyd leads this workshop in which you make something decorative for your space. In this first in a series of crafternoons for teens entering grades 6 – 12, we will be decorating framed mirrors using snippets of illustrated paper and Modge Podge. It’s not a craft without Modge Podge, right? You get to keep your decorated mirror at the end of the workshop.

This crafternoon will take place in the Curtis Underground, in the library basement. Find the entrance near the elevator.

Registration not required. All supplies are provided but are limited to 15 so first come, first served.

Day & Time: Tuesday June 27, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Location: Curtis Underground

Contact: Melissa Orth 725-5242 x225

Thank You Celebration – Friday June 23, 9:30 AM – 12 Noon

Posted by Michael Gorzka on June 20th, 2017

Free coffee and cake in the Atrium!

We hope you will stop by the Library’s Atrium on Friday June 23rd from 9:30 AM to 12 Noon, and join staff, board members and volunteers as we celebrate this recognition and thank our community for making Curtis such a special place!

Cake cutting and brief remarks at 9:45 am.

Featured Website Resource: Maine Memory Network

Posted by Michael Gorzka on June 19th, 2017

Developed and managed by the Maine Historical Society (MHS), the Maine Memory Network (MMN) enables historical societies, libraries, and other cultural institutions across the state to upload, catalog, and manage digital copies of historical items from their collections into one centralized, web-accessible database.

Through online exhibits, outreach, interactive tools, lesson plans, in-school demonstrations, and other resources, the Maine Memory Network strives to help communities and schools learn about, celebrate, and share their local history.

Visit the Maine Memory Network.

Featured Website Resources Archive

Go here for a list of featured website resources.

Selected Resources for Genealogists.

Visit the Genealogy page to read the Curtis Genealogy Blog and see other selected resources for Genealogists.

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