Maine Public Library Fund State Income Tax Check-off
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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:
⇒1st. Saturday at the Williams House
Please join us for First Saturday at the Williams House. Stop by for coffee or tea, and quiche, scones, and cinnamon buns. Visit with your neighbors and shop at our ongoing book sale and boutique. Don’t miss our spring clearance sale: reduced prices on everything in our boutique: gifts, art and jewelry, a child’s desk, a complete set of dishes, a brand new cooler chest that runs on your car battery, and an antique skein winder. All proceeds benefit the Wayne Library Association. For more information, please call the Wayne Library at 685 3612.
⇒Annual Easter Candy and Bake Sale, Williams House
The Friends of the CML will hold their annual Easter Candy and Bake Sale in the Williams House, 14 Old Winthrop Road, Wayne.
There will be handmade chocolates, a wonderful variety of homemade baked goods, and a spring boutique table. And as always, you are welcome to shop for gently used books.
Jan Folk and her team are gearing up to make chocolate bunnies, ducks, eggs, chocolate lollipops, chocolate covered cherries, an assortment of bars, turtles, peanut butter cups and more. The chocolates, a Wayne tradition for more than 25 years, sell quickly. If you want to be sure of a good selection, come early on April 8th and 15th. Jan will also fill special orders, call her (685-4390) before April 1.
⇒Road Trip with the Reynolds: 5,000 of the best miles of our lives
Come hear the details of our cross country escapade from route prep, meal prep and lodging to need to know tips on how to make the most of your family vacation on a low budget. Eli plans to bring his famous chocolate chip cookies which you don’t want to miss! See you at the library!
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⇒Mondays at 10:30 am: Story time.
Our story time is build around the weekly visit from the Pooh Bear Nursery School. Young children and their caregivers are welcome to join in the fun for a short story or two, play around the train table, socialize and develop social skills, and choose a book to borrow. Storytime happens every week when Wayne Elementary School is in session.
Lego Club for Kids Ages 4 to Grade 5
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. Parents, Brooke and Jeremy Smith, will be assisting.