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Updated 10/07/17

October

Monday, October 16th 4-5:30pm Halloween Door Hanger

Sponsored by 4-H (no membership necessary, everyone welcome)

Free- Participants will paint their own Halloween Door Hanger made of three wooden squares and a Halloween ribbon.  Each square will be painted a different Halloween item; Spider, Ghost, Frankenstein, or Pumpkin.  For anyone ages 5-18, Ages 5-8 must have an older teen or adult with them for help as needed. To register for the 4H Maker Monday event visit https://goo.gl/forms/ogkgCFoBcB4OhosI2


Monday, October 16th 6:30-8pm 4-H Information Night 2017:

Join Mitch Mason, 4-H Extension Educator and Sara Conant, 4-H Community Education Assistant for a 4-H Information Night to learn all about what 4-H can offer youth and volunteers alike. We will discuss what 4-H is, clubs currently offered in Cumberland County, how to start your own club, how to  become a volunteer or member and more! We will also have plenty of time for questions. Form more information, to RSVP, or to request a disability accommodation email Sara Conant at sara.conant@maine.edu or call 207-781-6099 or 800-287-1471(in Maine only) 

Thursday, October 19th 7pm Local Author Talk

Christopher Morin 

Christopher W. Morin is the author of two historical fiction novels (A Tale of Life & War), (The Rebel’s Wrath), a fictional short story (The Besieged), and a memoir about the family dogs titled (Three Labs a Lifetime.)

CHRISTOPHER W. MORIN was born, raised, and currently resides in Portland, MaineHe received a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Maine at OronoHe is a history enthusiast and has enjoyed creative writing since penning his first short story back in second grade. 

Monday, October 23rd, 11am-Noon Book Club will be discussing Stones from the River by Ursula Hegi

November

Monday, November 27th, 11am-Noon Book Club will be discussing A Farwell to Arms by Earnest Hemingway