Summer Film Series will begin on
Sunday, June 16th
Tar Sands and
Bob Klotz, co-founder of "350
Maine", will discuss the
implications for Maine of a proposal
to transport tar sands oil using the
existing Portland pipeline. Q &
A will follow. Considerations
include effects on climate change
and threats to the Sebago Lake
watershed and other Maine waterways.
The event is co-sponsored by
Seacoast Citizen Action Network and
350.org York; free admission and
refreshments. Please see
SeacoastNetwork.org for more
Muslim Journeys Program
Reza Jalali, an Iranian Kurd who has
lived in Maine since 1985, will
speak about Islamic culture and the
experiences of Muslims in Maine. The
evening is sponsored by the York
Diversity Forum and is part of the
Bridging Cultures: Muslim Journeys
Bookshelf programs. All are welcome!
Family Fun Film
A race car driver finds success when
he teams up with a car who has a
mind of his own. 108 minutes. Rated
Brain Health through
Brown Bag Lunch
Research is pointing to the
connections between what we eat and
our long term health and aging
process. Cathy Zolner, HHC, A.A.D.P.,
health and nutritional coach, and
owner of "Nourish to
Flourish", will share her short
list of delicious brain-healthy
foods, along with easy ways we can
add brain-rich nutrients to our
everyday menus. This program is
sponsored by Sentry Hill at York
Harbor. Please bring your own lunch
and call 207-363-5116 to register.
Summer Film Festival
This unusual and deeply affecting
story of crazy love is a bold
observation about the joys and
tragedy of life lived by deeply
flawed characters facing triumph and
adversity against a backdrop of
painfully familiar family
dysfunction. Jennifer Lawrence
received the Oscar for Best Actress
for this movie. Rated R for language
and some sexual content/nudity. 117
PROGRAMS IN THE
Lapsits (infants to two years old)
Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.
Come for a program of stories, songs, fingerplays and rhymes.
Preschool Story Hours
Thursdays & Fridays at 10:30 a.m.
Join us for stories, songs, fingerplays, and crafts for ages 3-5.
MONTHLY PROGRAMS --Our special monthly
programs are offered during the school year from October - May.
Check current Children's newsletter for
in Motion - October
First Tuesdays, 10:15 - 11:00
a.m. A monthly program of music and dance for
young children that celebrates the joy in stories and songs is led by
York educator, Holly MacAdam.
October - May
2nd Tuesdays, 10:15-11:00
Lauren Pollard and Kate Pfirman invite children and their caregivers to
explore different sensory activities. Please wear old clothes or a smock as
these programs can get messy!
the Pond - October
3rd Tuesdays, 10:15-11:00
Join Jill Burke, graphic artist, as she shares her love and
knowledge of art through projects designed for children ages 3-6 with
their caregivers. Children are invited to be creative and have fun. Wear
Tales - October
4th Tuesdays, 10:15-11:00
a.m. Join Miss Julie (a former
puppeteer with Vermont's Kids on the
Block troupe) and Miss Kathleen as
they share traditional folk tales in
our newest Tuesday program,
"Tuesday Puppet Tales".
Come for a performance and stay to
make your own puppets to take home.
Each month from October to May we'll
present a different show on the 4th
Tuesday of the month. Suitable for
ages 3 up.