April Artist: Pamela Pultz

Visit the library this month to view stained glass overlays by local artist Pamela Pultz. Pamela Pultz began working with stained glass in 1996 and has never stopped. Although Pam makes stained glass panels, and has done large 3D pieces, she decided to try her hand at metal overlays. Stained glass overlays are an exciting …
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Voices from HOME: Oral History Event

You are invited to participate in the Voices from HOME Oral History Project. Join us for a recording event on the theme “Roots” at the Thompson Free Library on Friday, April 12. Drop in anytime between 9 and 5 to conduct a brief oral history interview with a family member, friend, or neighbor. We will …
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Veggie Soup 101

Mary Margaret Ripley (of Ripley Farm) kicks off TFL’s 101 Series with Veggie Soup 101 on Thursday, April 11 at 1:30 p.m. Mary Margaret calls soups “the epitome of comfort food for hundreds of years but they’re also highly nutritious, easy to make, and economical.” Mary Margaret will teach us the basics of creating a …
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Next Philosophy Circle – April 5

TFL’s Philosophy Circle meets the first Friday of every month at 3:30 pm. Our next meeting is Friday, April 5. Curious? Read this newsletter article by Tom Lyford: I Think, Therefore I Am: Socrates, one of our wisest philosophers, left the world to chew on this observation: “The unexamined life is one not worth living.” …
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Free Digital Literacy Info Session

Please join us for a free public workshop on Tuesday, April 9 at 11 am with Deb Parker, an AmeriCorps Literacy Instructor with the National Digital Equity Center. This initiative aims to bring ring digital literacy all around Penobscot and Piscataquis Counties. We will cover the upcoming classes that will be offered to help grow …
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