Andrew Thomas is an award-winning songwriter, producer, and keyboardist from the Augusta, Maine area. His music ranges from upbeat, humorous piano workouts to introspective, emotional ballads. A self-taught keyboardist, vocalist, and classically trained violinist, Thomas brings a number of musical influences to his work.
⇒Brown Bag Book Book Discussion
Come join in on a lively discussion and bring your lunch. This tim
e we will explore M.L. Stedman’s first novel. “An extraordinary and heart-rending book about good people, tragic decisions and the beauty found in each of them.”—Markus Zusak
⇒First Saturday at the Williams HousePlease join us for First Saturday at Cary Library’s Williams House. This month we have a set of French crystal wine glasses (12), flutes (11), and water goblets (12). All of our yarn will be half off.
New books include a good selection of fine leather bound classics in pristine condition. While you are here, try our cinnamon buns, scones, or quiche.
Aging at Home-Wayne Survey UPDATE: New Survey
The “Aging At Home” committee of Wayne surveyed more than 100 of Wayne’s elders. We learned more about what people in town need. Now we are beginning projects designed to help elderly Wayners and people who have disabilities meet those needs so they can stay in Wayne as they age. We would like your input and/or your help. This survey is for ALL members of the Wayne community. We want to match what people in Wayne want to do for others with what is needed.
Here is the NEW link if you would like to take the survey on line:
If you are reading something good, consider sending in a blurb for our Wayne Readers’ Book Blog. I’d love a review or two of an especially good audiobook too. Next blog will be in early February.
Click here for the Feb/Mar Blog
Send your review to: firstname.lastname@example.org Keep them crisp and brief.
⇒Knitting Circle will continue on April 21 at 1:30. Bring your project and join in. But Wait-there’s more! ⇒Knitting Circle will also meet on Mondays, at 3:30.
Interested in attending an informal knitting group? Bring your own project, enjoy some camaraderie over your knitting, on a “come when you can” basis. Please contact Janet if you have any questions. Knitters of all levels and all needleworkers welcome.
Janetadelberg@gmail.com or stop by the library.
Lego Club for Kids Ages 4 to Grade 5; The 4th Wednesday of the month, starting at 6:00 pm. Next club meeting is April 25.
Plans to join us for a monthly meeting of the Lego Club, meeting generally the 4th Wednesday of each month for an hour. Each meeting with have a distinct fun theme, time for a story and then plenty of time to design your one-of-a-kind bits and brick creation. The library has mountains of pieces to explore and play with. Great for ages 4 through grade 5, more or less. Thanks to parents Brooke and Jeremy Smith for suggesting a Lego Club!
From September through May we have preschool storytime on Mondays at 10:30 when school is in session. Pooh Bear Nursery School visits at that time, and community kids and their caregivers are welcome to join in to hear a few short stories, enjoy some social time, play at the train table, and check out some books.