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Lego Club
at the Library

Put your imagination in gear and build to your heart's content. This group is geared toward children. 

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Next Lego Group:
March 1st & March 29th


Come Discuss with Us
Next Discussion Topic:
Interacting With The Great Outdoors: Experiences, Wildlife & Activities in Our Outside Environment

Like to talk. This group is for you. Like to listen to interesting discussions. This group is for you, too. Geared towards adults who want lively, informative and interesting discussions with others. What do you want to talk about? Local history? Current events? What is there to do in Aroostook County? How to survive winter? Every week can be different or we can have an ongoing  theme. Bring your ideas. We are open to suggestions.

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Fort Fairfield Author John Strid
Fort Fairfield resident, poet and author will be on hand to sign copies of his book, "Whispers of Hope." Join us in welcoming Mr. John Strid, who will read from his book between 12-12:30 p.m. and then would be happy to talk with folks and sign books. Copies will be available for purchase at the library. Event will be held in the Shaw Community Room. Light refreshments will be served
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After School BINGO every third Friday at 3:30

Pick up our schedule at the library or check our Facebook Page for dates.

March 15th
3:30-4:30 p.m.

Artist of the Month:

Jennifer Adrian & students from the Wintergreen Art Center

Jennifer is currently creating works in acrylics, oils, fine metals, and glass. Along with her own creative practice, Jennifer recently joined the Wintergreen Art Center where she teaches children to explore the world of art. Jennifer currently resides in Fort Fairfield with her husband, Brian, who works as a physician with the Veterans' Administration in Caribou. When not creating art, Jennifer enjoys her spare time at Cross Lake with family and her two dogs, Henry and Olivia.  

We are pleased to be having works of art made by Jennifer and her students in the gallery for the month of March. Join us for a reception to meet the creative students and their teacher.

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Come Discuss With Us
Adult discussion group

Next Date:

March 22nd

3:00-4:00 p.m.

Topic TBD

Toddler Story Time,  Toddler Sensory Play & Elementary Story Time Schedule for February.

Story time and craft for toddlers. Ms. Robin will read a story and lead a craft. This is a great way to build a lifelong love of reading, a good way for kids (and parents) to make new friends, and create cherished memories with your child.

The next Thursday, come explore the senses in a non-structured sensory play time. Your child will experience toys such as kinetic sand, playdoh and more.

Come explore the world through stories, songs and crafts with Ms. Amy. Elementary Story time geared towards elementary school children.

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Back by popular demand:  

Amy Schwartz will show us how to make our own sign. This time she will show you how to make it even more personal.

Please contact the library to sign up for this event.


or message us on Facebook

Welcome to the Cozy Corner in the Shaw Community Room

Community & Non-Profit Groups...are you looking for a place to meet?

Community and non-profit groups may reserve the Shaw Community Room for meetings and have access to use the cozy corner for meetings.

Volunteer opportunities!

We are always looking for volunteers who are interested in leading programs/groups, program/group helpers or helping out in the library. If you are interested in volunteering, you can pick up an application at the library.

The Library Food Cupboard

We are happy to announce that Fort Fairfield Public Library now has a small food cupboard in the downstairs foyer. If you are in need you can access this cupboard Thursday and Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

If you would like to donate a non-perishable food item please drop it off  in the cupboard or at the circulation desk. 

The cupboard has been restocked and is currently full. 

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