Vassalboro Public Library announces upcoming programs

The Vassalboro Public Library, with support from the Maine Humanities Council, is sponsoring a Chalk Fest. Registration is now open at the library, 930 Bog Road, East Vassalboro, to receive a free pack of chalk. Create designs on your own property effective immediately. Surrounding town members are encouraged to register and participate in this event. Social distancing and mask wearing is always encouraged when you are outside creating your art.

Chalk sites will be open September 5 to 13 at various locations around Vassalboro. These include Vassalboro Library, Historical Society, Town Office, Fire Station (Rte. 32), the old Town Office (next to Ferris’s), Maine Savings FCU, and St. Bridget Center. Spaces at these sites are limited so register by visiting the library, calling 923-3233, or email vplibrary@gmail.org. Please send pictures of your designs to our email. We would love to see your work!

On Saturday, September 12, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Vassalboro Public Library will be hosting a book sale at $2 a bag! Everything must go! A great selection of books for sale: fiction, non-fiction, craft and hobby, children’s books, puzzles and much more! Weather permitting, books will be available for viewing and purchase outdoors. Due to spacing guidelines from the state we will be enforcing spacing restrictions for those who view books inside the library. Be prepared for a wait time if things get busy inside the library because we will take time to sanitize. Remember to social distance. Mask wearing is required.

Vassalboro Library now hosts an ongoing year round book sale during the library’s regular operating hours: Monday and Friday noon – 6 p.m., and Wednesday and Saturday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

 
 

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