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Monday July 25, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Tuesday July 26, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
ent_microphone2 3:30 PM  -  4:30 PM Lip Sync Battle for teens Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   725-5242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

It's the second battle of the summer! Have you watched celebrities pretend to sing on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon or watched the show Lip Sync Battle hosted by L. L. Cool J and thought, "I can do that!".  Show off your lip syncing skills at our own battle in Brunswick. Come prepared with a song and dance moves but be ready for a lightning round featuring songs from Disney and musical theater.

Open to any teen entering 6th - 12th grade. No pre-registration required but email Melissa at morth@curtislibrary with your chosen song title/artist.

This program is just one of many fun events of the Teen Summer Program, sponsored by the Curtis Friends.

Location: Morrell Meeting Room

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Wednesday July 27, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
rec_games 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Teen Table Top Gaming Afternoon Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   725-5242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

We've got Takenoko, Superfight, Pandemic, Zombicide: Rue Morgue, Seven Wonders, all variations of Ticket to Ride, and more to choose from. Or you can bring your own games. Bring your own snacks and drinks too.

A Teen Summer Program for youth entering 6th-12th grade. Sponsored by the Curtis Friends.

    Location: Basement Down Under 1904
Thursday July 28, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
ent_filmproj 8:05 PM  -  10:25 PM MARVELous Movies for Teens Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   72505242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

This year's annual movie series for teens features superheroes from the MARVEL universe.

Tonight's movie is actually two episodes of the TV show Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013), rated TV-PG, with a run time of 120 minutes.

We will provide popcorn and lemonade. Bring a friend and snacks. Entrance and exit for the program at the Morrell Meeting Room entrance on Middle Street for this after hours event.

MARVELous Movies are for teens entering 6th - 12th grade and is a Teen Summer Program event. All events are free and sponsored by the Curtis Friends.

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Friday July 29, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

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nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
rec_scissors&glue 3:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Teen DIY with Heidi Boyd Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   725-5242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

Teens entering 6th - 12th grade are welcome to this free maker workshop. Heidi Boyd, crafter extraordinaire, will show teens how to make a painted rock, perfect for meditation or decoration,l which attendees get to keep. The library will provide all materials. No registration required. The workshop will take place in the new created basement program room under the original 1904 building. For more information, call Youth Services staff at 725-5242 x225.

    Location: Basement Down Under 1904
Saturday July 30, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
misc_none 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Bowdoin International Music Festival Family Concert Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Community Concerts are off-site performances by Bowdoin International Music Festival's talented Artists of Tomorrow – the extraordinary young musicians who come to the Festival each summer from conservatories and graduate schools all over the world. Concerts feature a variety of traditional classical repertoire and are typically about 45 minutes in length.

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Monday August 1, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Tuesday August 2, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Wednesday August 3, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
rec_games 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Teen Table Top Gaming Afternoon Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   725-5242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

We've got Superfight, Splendor, Forbidden Island, two versions of Zombicide, all variations of Ticket to Ride, and more to choose from. Or you can bring your own games. Bring your own snacks and drinks too.

A Teen Summer Program for youth entering 6th-12th grade. Sponsored by the Curtis Friends.

    Location: Basement Down Under 1904
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Thursday August 4, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
ent_filmproj 8:05 PM  -  10:30 PM MARVELous Movies for Teens Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   72505242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

This year's annual movie series for teens features superheroes from the MARVEL universe.

Tonight's movie is Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), rated PG-13, with a run time of 136 minutes.

We will provide popcorn and lemonade. Bring a friend and snacks. Entrance and exit for the program at the Morrell Meeting Room entrance on Middle Street for this after hours event.

MARVELous Movies are for teens entering 6th - 12th grade and is a Teen Summer Program event. All events are free and sponsored by the Curtis Friends.

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Friday August 5, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Saturday August 6, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Monday August 8, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Tuesday August 9, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Wednesday August 10, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

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nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
rec_games 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Teen Table Top Gaming Afternoon Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   725-5242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

We've got Tsuro, Village, Dixit, Zombicide: Rue Morgue, Seven Wonders, all variations of Ticket to Ride, and more to choose from. Or you can bring your own games. Bring your own snacks and drinks too.

A Teen Summer Program for youth entering 6th-12th grade. Sponsored by the Curtis Friends.

    Location: Basement Down Under 1904
Thursday August 11, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
ent_filmproj 8:05 PM MARVELous Movies for Teens Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   72505242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

This year's annual movie series for teens features superheroes from the MARVEL universe.

Tonight's movie is actually two episodes of the TV show Agent Carter (2015), rated TV-PG, with a run time of 120 minutes.

We will provide popcorn and lemonade. Bring a friend and snacks. Entrance and exit for the program at the Morrell Meeting Room entrance on Middle Street for this after hours event.

MARVELous Movies are for teens entering 6th - 12th grade and is a Teen Summer Program event. All events are free and sponsored by the Curtis Friends.

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Friday August 12, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Saturday August 13, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Nerf Turf Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   725-5242 x225   
   

Lock-in + Nerf fights = fun.

This is a chaperoned event. Bring your own gear, food, goggles or other eye wear to protect your eyes, and drinks and put your name on everything - including pellets. Registration is required and begins Monday August 8 at 9:30 am with a limit of 20 teens entering grades 6 - 12. To register, call 725-5242 x225.

Once you have registered, we will confirm your participation in the event a day or two before. All registrants must arrive between 2:45 and 2:59pm at the Morrell Meeting Room entrance on Middle Street. The doors will lock at 3:00pm. Wear sneakers or other closed toe shoes suitable for running. Goggles or other protective eye gear is highly recommended.

Location: all over the library

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Monday August 15, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

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Tuesday August 16, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Wednesday August 17, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
rec_games 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Teen Table Top Gaming Afternoon Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   725-5242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

We've got Exploding Kittens, Blokus, Scattergories, Zombicide,  all variations of Ticket to Ride, and more to choose from. Or you can bring your own games. Bring your own snacks and drinks too.

A Teen Summer Program for youth entering 6th-12th grade. Sponsored by the Curtis Friends.

    Location: Basement Down Under 1904
Thursday August 18, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
misc_none 6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Remediation Techniques to Restore Clams Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sara Randall   615-7852   sara.randall1@maine.edu
   

Learn about results of cutting-edge field trials to restore Casco Bay’s soft-shell clam populations

Warming ocean waters, caused by climate change, have coincided with population increases in native and invasive predators that have had negative effects on Casco Bay’s valuable clam populations. As temperatures are predicted to continue to rise, researchers at the Downeast Institute for Applied Marine Research & Education have been working to find solutions to enhance soft-shell clam populations, and ensure their sustainability into the future. Efforts to examine the relative impact of coastal acidification vs. predation on clams will be discussed.

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
 
ent_filmproj 8:05 PM  -  10:30 PM MARVELous Movies for Teens Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   72505242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

This year's annual movie series for teens features superheroes from the MARVEL universe.

Tonight's movie is MARVEL Avengers (2012), rated PG-13, with a run time of 142 minutes.

We will provide popcorn and lemonade. Bring a friend and snacks. Entrance and exit for the program at the Morrell Meeting Room entrance on Middle Street for this after hours event.

MARVELous Movies are for teens entering 6th - 12th grade and is a Teen Summer Program event. All events are free and sponsored by the Curtis Friends.

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Friday August 19, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Saturday August 20, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

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nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Monday August 22, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Tuesday August 23, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

Wednesday August 24, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
rec_games 3:00 PM  -  5:00 PM Teen Table Top Gaming Afternoon Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   725-5242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

We've got Carcassonne, Pandemic, Taboo, Seven Wonders, all variations of Ticket to Ride, and more to choose from. Or you can bring your own games. Bring your own snacks and drinks too.

A Teen Summer Program for youth entering 6th-12th grade. Sponsored by the Curtis Friends.

    Location: Basement Down Under 1904
Thursday August 25, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

 
nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
ent_filmproj 8:05 PM  -  10:35 PM MARVELous Movies for Teens Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   72505242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

This year's annual movie series for teens features superheroes from the MARVEL universe.

The final movie is MARVEL Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), rated PG-13, with a run time of 146 minutes.

We will provide popcorn and lemonade. Bring a friend and snacks. Entrance and exit for the program at the Morrell Meeting Room entrance on Middle Street for this after hours event.

MARVELous Movies are for teens entering 6th - 12th grade and is a Teen Summer Program event. All events are free and sponsored by the Curtis Friends.

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Friday August 26, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

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nat_summertime Teen Summer Program Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
   

Are you someone entering 6th - 12th grade this fall? Then stop by the Youth Services desk to pick up a punch card and a free Portland Sea Dogs ticket to participate in the Curtis Memorial Library’s TEEN summer program. There are two parts to the program: a punch card which earns prizes such as movie tickets and gift cards by reading 30 hours and/or attending library programs and the weekly (nearly daily!) programs. See the calendar for a schedule of events. The fun begins June 20 and ends with the final summer program raffle prize drawings on Friday August 26 at 5pm. 

 
misc_ 5:00 PM  -  5:10 PM Teen SRP Final Prize drawings Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   725-5242 x225   morth@curtislibrary.com
   

Who will take home a theme basket? Will it be you? Turn in your teen summer program punch card/raffle ticket before 5pm since that's what time we will start pulling names.

 

 

    Location: TeenZone
 
misc_none 7:30 PM  -  9:30 PM Nerf Turf Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Melissa Orth   725-5242 x225   
   

Lock-in + Nerf fights = fun.

This is a chaperoned event. Bring your own gear, food, goggles or other eye wear to protect your eyes, and drinks and put your name on everything - including pellets. Registration is required and begins Monday August 22 at 9:30 am with a limit of 20 teens entering grades 6 - 12. To register, call 725-5242 x225.

Once you have registered, we will confirm your participation in the event a day or two before. All registrants must arrive between 7:15 and 7:29pm at the Morrell Meeting Room entrance on Middle Street. The doors will lock at 7:30 pm. Wear sneakers or other closed toe shoes suitable for running. Goggles or other protective eye gear is highly recommended.

Location: all over the library

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Saturday August 27, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

Monday August 29, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

Tuesday August 30, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

Wednesday August 31, 2016 Go To Top
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In the Curtis Collaboratory: July 5-August 31, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) has collaborated with Brunswick’s Curtis Memorial Library to present a summer-long retrospective exhibition titled “MSMT Past, Present, and Future: Building a Better Tomorrow for the Arts in Midcoast Maine.” The exhibit will be displayed in the Collaboratory of the library for the months of July and August.

The exhibit is the result of a yearlong project by the MSMT History Committee, led by trustee John Webster, supplemented by annual staff members, as well as Broadway World Maine editor, Carla Maria Sullwold. Visitors can expect over one hundred documents, props, set models, and costumes to be displayed as well as an interactive children’s corner.

MSMT aims to draw attention to the rich history of the cultural institution since its inception in 1959, and encourage community members to become involved in the success of the theatre in years to come.

Wednesday September 14, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 6:30 PM  -  7:30 PM Room to Write: A Conversation with Dr. Lisa Belisle and writer Joan Dempsey Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Joyce Schmitt   725-5242 ext. 219   jschmitt@curtislibrary.com
   

Join us in the Collaboratory for an informal conversation between Dr. Lisa Belisle (Love Maine Radio / Maine Magazine) and writer Joan Dempsey.  Lisa interviewed Joan earlier this year about her wonderful backyard writing shed -- a former chicken coop!  Lisa and Joan will continue the conversation and discuss the craft of writing; writing spaces; Joan's acquisition of a $13,300 research grant from the Elizabeth George Foundation, for research in Warsaw at the Jewish Historical Institute and in Washington, D.C. at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Library, for work on Prelude (a novel in-progress); and more.

    Location: The Collaboratory
Saturday October 1, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 7:00 AM  -  4:00 PM HOW TO FESTIVAL Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Joyce Schmitt   725-5242 x219   
    Location: all over the library
Monday October 10, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 12:00 AM  -  12:00 PM LIBRARY CLOSED-COLUMBUS DAY Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Location: Seminar Room
Thursday November 3, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  10:30 AM CHANS Flu Clinic Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Pamela Bobker   207-725-5242 X 214   pbobker@curtislibrary.com
   

CHANS Flu vaccination clinic.  Donations accepted.

 

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Friday November 11, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 12:00 AM  -  12:00 PM LIBRAY CLOSED - VETERANS' DAY Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Location: Seminar Room
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Wednesday November 23, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 5:00 PM  -  8:00 PM LIBRARY CLOSES at 5pm Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Location: Seminar Room
Thursday November 24, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 12:00 AM  -  12:00 PM LIBRARY CLOSED for THANKSGIVING Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Location: Seminar Room
Saturday December 24, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 1:00 PM  -  5:00 PM LIBRARY CLOSES AT 1PM FOR HOLIDAY WEEKEND Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Location: Seminar Room
Sunday December 25, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 12:00 AM  -  12:00 PM LIBRARY CLOSED for HOLIDAY Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Location: Seminar Room
Monday December 26, 2016 Go To Top
misc_none 12:00 AM  -  12:00 PM LIBRARY CLOSED for HOLIDAY Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Location: Seminar Room
Sunday January 1, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 12:00 AM  -  12:00 PM LIBRARY CLOSED for HOLIDAY Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Location: Seminar Room
Monday January 2, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 12:00 AM  -  12:00 PM LIBRARY CLOSED for HOLIDAY Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Location: Seminar Room
Monday January 9, 2017 Go To Top
lib_book01 1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Monday Afternoon Book Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Paula Tefft   725-5242 x 510   ptefft@curtislibrary.com
   

The Monday afternoon book discussion group meets at 1 PM on the first Monday of each month, with adjustments for holidays

Everyone who has read the book and would like to discuss it is welcome to attend meetings and join the discussion. 

Some people come every month; others drop in when their schedules permit or when a title appeals to them. 

Books are selected by the group a few months in advance and are readily available for borrowing.

Visit the Monday Afternoon Book Group page    
    Location: Seminar Room
Monday March 6, 2017 Go To Top
lib_book01 1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Monday Afternoon Book Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Paula Tefft   725-5242 x 510   ptefft@curtislibrary.com
   

The Monday afternoon book discussion group meets at 1 PM on the first Monday of each month, with adjustments for holidays

Everyone who has read the book and would like to discuss it is welcome to attend meetings and join the discussion. 

Some people come every month; others drop in when their schedules permit or when a title appeals to them. 

Books are selected by the group a few months in advance and are readily available for borrowing.

Visit the Monday Afternoon Book Group page    
    Location: Seminar Room
Monday April 3, 2017 Go To Top
lib_book01 1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Monday Afternoon Book Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Paula Tefft   725-5242 x 510   ptefft@curtislibrary.com
   

The Monday afternoon book discussion group meets at 1 PM on the first Monday of each month, with adjustments for holidays

Everyone who has read the book and would like to discuss it is welcome to attend meetings and join the discussion. 

Some people come every month; others drop in when their schedules permit or when a title appeals to them. 

Books are selected by the group a few months in advance and are readily available for borrowing.

Visit the Monday Afternoon Book Group page    
    Location: Seminar Room
Saturday April 8, 2017 Go To Top
misc_none 11:00 AM  -  4:00 PM Back to the Library Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Kathleen Stevens   2076072506   kates_cateringme@yahoo.com
   

Letterboxers coming together to find stamps hidden in and around the library using written clues, cyphers, and solving riddles.

    Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Monday May 1, 2017 Go To Top
lib_book01 1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Monday Afternoon Book Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Paula Tefft   725-5242 x 510   ptefft@curtislibrary.com
   

The Monday afternoon book discussion group meets at 1 PM on the first Monday of each month, with adjustments for holidays

Everyone who has read the book and would like to discuss it is welcome to attend meetings and join the discussion. 

Some people come every month; others drop in when their schedules permit or when a title appeals to them. 

Books are selected by the group a few months in advance and are readily available for borrowing.

Visit the Monday Afternoon Book Group page    
    Location: Seminar Room
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Monday June 5, 2017 Go To Top
lib_book01 1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Monday Afternoon Book Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Paula Tefft   725-5242 x 510   ptefft@curtislibrary.com
   

The Monday afternoon book discussion group meets at 1 PM on the first Monday of each month, with adjustments for holidays

Everyone who has read the book and would like to discuss it is welcome to attend meetings and join the discussion. 

Some people come every month; others drop in when their schedules permit or when a title appeals to them. 

Books are selected by the group a few months in advance and are readily available for borrowing.

Visit the Monday Afternoon Book Group page    
    Location: Seminar Room
Monday July 10, 2017 Go To Top
lib_book01 1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Monday Afternoon Book Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Paula Tefft   725-5242 x 510   ptefft@curtislibrary.com
   

The Monday afternoon book discussion group meets at 1 PM on the first Monday of each month, with adjustments for holidays

Everyone who has read the book and would like to discuss it is welcome to attend meetings and join the discussion. 

Some people come every month; others drop in when their schedules permit or when a title appeals to them. 

Books are selected by the group a few months in advance and are readily available for borrowing.

Visit the Monday Afternoon Book Group page    
    Location: Seminar Room
Monday August 7, 2017 Go To Top
lib_book01 1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Monday Afternoon Book Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Paula Tefft   725-5242 x 510   ptefft@curtislibrary.com
   

The Monday afternoon book discussion group meets at 1 PM on the first Monday of each month, with adjustments for holidays

Everyone who has read the book and would like to discuss it is welcome to attend meetings and join the discussion. 

Some people come every month; others drop in when their schedules permit or when a title appeals to them. 

Books are selected by the group a few months in advance and are readily available for borrowing.

Visit the Monday Afternoon Book Group page    
    Location: Seminar Room
Monday September 11, 2017 Go To Top
lib_book01 1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Monday Afternoon Book Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Paula Tefft   725-5242 x 510   ptefft@curtislibrary.com
   

The Monday afternoon book discussion group meets at 1 PM on the first Monday of each month, with adjustments for holidays

Everyone who has read the book and would like to discuss it is welcome to attend meetings and join the discussion. 

Some people come every month; others drop in when their schedules permit or when a title appeals to them. 

Books are selected by the group a few months in advance and are readily available for borrowing.

Visit the Monday Afternoon Book Group page    
    Location: Seminar Room
Monday October 2, 2017 Go To Top
lib_book01 1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Monday Afternoon Book Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Paula Tefft   725-5242 x 510   ptefft@curtislibrary.com
   

The Monday afternoon book discussion group meets at 1 PM on the first Monday of each month, with adjustments for holidays

Everyone who has read the book and would like to discuss it is welcome to attend meetings and join the discussion. 

Some people come every month; others drop in when their schedules permit or when a title appeals to them. 

Books are selected by the group a few months in advance and are readily available for borrowing.

Visit the Monday Afternoon Book Group page    
    Location: Seminar Room
Monday November 6, 2017 Go To Top
lib_book01 1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Monday Afternoon Book Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Paula Tefft   725-5242 x 510   ptefft@curtislibrary.com
   

The Monday afternoon book discussion group meets at 1 PM on the first Monday of each month, with adjustments for holidays

Everyone who has read the book and would like to discuss it is welcome to attend meetings and join the discussion. 

Some people come every month; others drop in when their schedules permit or when a title appeals to them. 

Books are selected by the group a few months in advance and are readily available for borrowing.

Visit the Monday Afternoon Book Group page    
    Location: Seminar Room
Monday December 4, 2017 Go To Top
lib_book01 1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM Monday Afternoon Book Group Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Paula Tefft   725-5242 x 510   ptefft@curtislibrary.com
   

The Monday afternoon book discussion group meets at 1 PM on the first Monday of each month, with adjustments for holidays

Everyone who has read the book and would like to discuss it is welcome to attend meetings and join the discussion. 

Some people come every month; others drop in when their schedules permit or when a title appeals to them. 

Books are selected by the group a few months in advance and are readily available for borrowing.

Visit the Monday Afternoon Book Group page    
    Location: Seminar Room
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