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Library Programs

Free, high-quality humanities programs to help libraries serve their communities.

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Library programs

‘The Zany, Majestic Bard’ to be presented at Bailey Public Library

Originally published on centralmaine.com on September 8, 2016 “The event is part of the ongoing Lakes Region Forum held at the Bailey Library and sponsored by the Winthrop Public Library Foundation through a grant from the Maine Humanities Council and Maine State Library.” Full article Read more

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The language of Shakespeare topic of Pittsfield event

  Originally published on centralmaine.com on May 3, 2016 “‘The Zany, Majestic Bard: Celebrating the Inventive Language of Shakespeare’ will be presented at 1 p.m. Thursday, May 5, at the Pittsfield Community Theatre. The educational one-hour performance-lecture is for audiences of all ages. The program will include history, a brief guide on how to read and… Read more

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Maine Mystery Writers the Focus of State Library Summer Book Group Series

  Originally published in the Bangor Daily News on May 2, 2016 By Adam Fisher “The Maine State Library has once again partnered with the Maine Humanities Council to host a “Let’s Talk About It” summer reading and discussion series covering books written by Maine mystery writers.” Full article Read more

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Book group explores ‘Muslim Journeys’

The Mount Desert Islander covered the upcoming “Muslim Journeys” book group at the Southwest Harbor Public Library. “Each month beginning in February, a different book will be discussed, exploring the issues and challenges raised. These discussions will be led by Reza Jalali, coordinator of Multicultural Student Affairs at the University of Southern Maine.” Read the… Read more

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