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Summer Reading Challenge continues through the summer.

Summer reading map are still available. Complete your cross country reading trip

and win a prize. See library staff for details.

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Coffee & Conversations
Want a spot to meet friends for coffee in the town of Fort Fairfield? Are you new in town and want to meet people? Fort Fairfield Public Library invites you to the Cozy Corner and Coffee Bar in our Shaw Community Room for Coffee & Conversations. Have a cup of coffee and gab about the weather, the news, what's happening in town...whatever subject of interest inspires you. If we see an interest in this group, we may offer it regularly. We need your feedback. We offer the space and coffee; you supply the chatter.
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Artist: Amanda Giberson
Now showing through July

If you haven't checked out the amazing and intricate work by Artist Amanda Giberson, you can still see her work through July in the Shaw Community Room at the Library. 

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Now showing through July

Introductory Meeting

Ever wish you could talk about the amazing books you read?! Thought about becoming part of a book club? Fort Fairfield Library and wants that, too. We will have an introductory meeting for a book club, Friday, July 12th at 4pm. Come find out more and help us put together the details. Share your love of books and reading.

"Reading brings us unknown friends." - Honore de Belzac

Learn to Grow Plants

Introducing children to growing their own plants. Each child will plant their own seeds and learn about the care of plants. Participants and their families will also learn more about our new Children's Educational Garden.

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Hear about gardening from a master.

Donna Keegan from Myrtle Tree Nursery will talk to you about gardening in general. Gardening is a lot of work but also a lot of joy with many rewards and benefits. Come here what a master gardener has to say about gardening. This event will be held in the FFPL Shaw Community Room.

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Pre-Potato Blossom Parade Activities

We will be hosting fun activities before the Potato Blossom Parade. If you're in town early to get a good spot, bring the kids over to the library lawn. They won't have time to say, "I'm Bored!" They can get a tattoo, get their faces painted, try their hand at making a print with a potato. Last year's famous bubble making machine will be back in action and we will have a newly added bounce house!

Help us make a rock snake for the Children's Garden!

Fun for the whole family.

Come in Saturday, July 27th to paint a rock which will become part of our library's Children's Garden "snake". Help us build our snake to see how long we can make him grow. Any age group is welcomed to paint a rock. 

 (click link to see what our goal is: https://pin.it/6PKZmZo4p )

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Help! The librarians have hidden some objects around the library for safe keeping and now we need your help to find them! Come to the library anytime in July (starting July 10th) to see if you can locate the missing items and complete some challenges along the way. Prizes for participants completing this Scavenger Hunt.

One of our young patrons, Micah, has created a special coloring page for you and is hosting a coloring contest during the month of July. You can pick up your coloring page starting July 10th and must submit it by Story Time (3pm) on July 25th. Micah and his special panel of judges will pick a winner. Winner will be able to pick a prize out of our prize box.

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Don't forget these activities happen every month. Pop in when you're kids are looking for something to do.

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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