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Good afternoon all,


Just a reminder that this is happening tomorrow night!


On Wed, October 11th  Barbara Swartzlander (Research & Teaching Librarian at UNE) and I will be facilitating a book talk on 1984 by George Orwell <https://mainecat.maine.edu/search~S0?/aorwell%2C+george/aorwell+george/1%2C2%2C247%2CB/exact&FF=aorwell+george+1903+1950&1%2C236%2C/indexsort=-> at Dirigo Brewing in Biddeford. This program is part of a national event One Book, Many Conversations<http://www.manyconversations.org/> organized by the National Humanities Alliance.

C'mon down when you get out of work and we can libate until it is time to discuss Orwell.  As the New York Times points out, 1984 is a 2017 must read! Read why here.<https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/26/books/why-1984-is-a-2017-must-read.html?mcubz=3>


Wednesday, October 11th
 DIRIGO Brewery
 28 Pearl St., Biddeford, ME 04005
6-7 (or earlier if you can!) Network
7pm Book Discussion

If you prefer not to mix libations with your dystopia there are plenty of other opportunities to engage with the text throughout Southern Maine. Below is the full list. Please register here. <http://www.manyconversations.org/southernmaine1984registration>


 12pm Eastern, Tuesday, October 10th
 Maine Charitable Mechanic Association
<https://greatdiscourses.com/>
 MCMA Library
 519 Congress St, Portland, ME  04101
 Moderator: Pat Larrabee, MCMA librarian


 6:30pm Eastern, Tueday, October 10th
 Scarborough Public Library
 48 Gorham Rd., Scarborough, ME 04074
 Moderator: Jonathan R. Werner, M.S.Ed.,
 Cape Elizabeth Library & Learning Commons


 7pm Eastern, Tuesday, October 10th
 York Public Library
 15 Long Sands Rd., York, ME 03909
 Moderator: Wendy Roberts, Ph.D.
 in Biology, UNE


 7pm Eastern, Tuesday, October 10th
 Maine Women Writers Collection
 University of New England
 716 Stevens Ave, Portland, ME 04103
 Moderator: Cathleen Miller, curator, MWWC


 7pm Eastern, Tuesday, October 10th
 University of New England Library Art Gallery
 11 Hills Beach Rd., Biddeford, ME 04005
 Moderator: Cadence Atchinson,
 Online Research and Teaching Librarian, UNE


 12pm Eastern, Wednesday, October 11th
 University of New England Art Gallery
 716 Stevens Ave., Portland, ME 04103
 Moderator: Amanda Skinner,
 curator/special collections, UNE


 12pm Eastern, Wednesday, October 11th
 University of New England Library Art Gallery
 11 Hills Beach Road, Biddeford, ME 04005
 Moderator: Sonya Durney,
 research & teaching librarian, UNE


 6pm Eastern, Wednesday, October 11th
 South Portland Public Library
 482 Broadway, South Portland, ME 04106
 Moderator: Jonathan R. Werner, M.S.Ed.,
 Cape Elizabeth Library & Learning Commons


 7pm Eastern, Wednesday, October 11th
 DIRIGO Brewery
 28 Pearl St., Biddeford, ME 04005
 Moderator: Sonya Durney,
 research & teaching librarian, UNE
 and Barbara Schwartzlander
 Director of Reference Services, UNE


 7pm Eastern, Wednesday, October 11th
 Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance
 Longfellow Books
 Poets & Writers Roundtable
 1 Monument Way, Portland ME 04101
 Moderator: Gibson Fay-LeBlanc,
 poet laureate of Portland


 12pm Eastern, Thursday, October 12th
 ELEMENTS Bookstore
 265 Main St., Biddeford, ME 04005
 Moderator: Amanda Skinner,
 curator/special collections, UNE


 12pm Eastern, Thursday, October 12th
 Thomas Memorial Library
 6 Scott Dyer Rd., Cape Elizabeth, ME,04107
 Moderator: Cathrine Frank, Ph.D.,
 Department of English, UNE


 6pm Eastern, Thursday, October 12th
 Walker Memorial Library
 800 Main St., Westbrook, ME 04092
 Moderator: Matthew Anderson, Ph.D.
 English, UNE


 6:30pm Eastern, Thursday, October 12th
 Falmouth Public Library
 5 Lunt Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105
 Moderator: Jonathan R. Werner, M.S.Ed.,
 Cape Elizabeth Library & Learning Commons


 5pm Eastern, Sunday, October 15th
 Maine College of Art Library
 522 Congress St., Portland, ME 04101
 Moderator: Brain Duff, Ph.D. and Chair,
 Dept. of Political Science, UNE
 and Nina Hagel, Ph.D.,
 Dept. of Political Science, Bates College



Hope to see you!


~Sonya


~Sonya


Sonya Durney, MLIS

Research & Teaching Librarian

University of New England
Library Services
11 Hills Beach Road
Biddeford  ME  04005
207-602-2497



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Happy Monday, Melibbers!

On Wed, October 11th  Barbara Swartzlander (Research & Teaching Librarian at UNE) and I will be facilitating a book talk on 1984 by George Orwell <https://mainecat.maine.edu/search~S0?/aorwell%2C+george/aorwell+george/1%2C2%2C247%2CB/exact&FF=aorwell+george+1903+1950&1%2C236%2C/indexsort=-> at Dirigo Brewing in Biddeford. This program is part of a national event One Book, Many Conversations<http://www.manyconversations.org/> organized by the National Humanities Alliance.

C'mon down when you get out of work and we can libate until it is time to discuss Orwell.  As the New York Times points out, 1984 is a 2017 must read! Read why here.<https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/26/books/why-1984-is-a-2017-must-read.html?mcubz=3>


Wednesday, October 11th
 DIRIGO Brewery
 28 Pearl St., Biddeford, ME 04005
6-7 (or earlier if you can!) Network
7pm Book Discussion

If you prefer not to mix libations with your dystopia there are plenty of other opportunities to engage with the text throughout Southern Maine. Below is the full list. Please register here. <http://www.manyconversations.org/southernmaine1984registration>


 12pm Eastern, Tuesday, October 10th
 Maine Charitable Mechanic Association
<https://greatdiscourses.com/>
 MCMA Library
 519 Congress St, Portland, ME  04101
 Moderator: Pat Larrabee, MCMA librarian


 6:30pm Eastern, Tueday, October 10th
 Scarborough Public Library
 48 Gorham Rd., Scarborough, ME 04074
 Moderator: Jonathan R. Werner, M.S.Ed.,
 Cape Elizabeth Library & Learning Commons


 7pm Eastern, Tuesday, October 10th
 York Public Library
 15 Long Sands Rd., York, ME 03909
 Moderator: Wendy Roberts, Ph.D.
 in Biology, UNE


 7pm Eastern, Tuesday, October 10th
 Maine Women Writers Collection
 University of New England
 716 Stevens Ave, Portland, ME 04103
 Moderator: Cathleen Miller, curator, MWWC


 7pm Eastern, Tuesday, October 10th
 University of New England Library Art Gallery
 11 Hills Beach Rd., Biddeford, ME 04005
 Moderator: Cadence Atchinson,
 Online Research and Teaching Librarian, UNE


 12pm Eastern, Wednesday, October 11th
 University of New England Art Gallery
 716 Stevens Ave., Portland, ME 04103
 Moderator: Amanda Skinner,
 curator/special collections, UNE


 12pm Eastern, Wednesday, October 11th
 University of New England Library Art Gallery
 11 Hills Beach Road, Biddeford, ME 04005
 Moderator: Sonya Durney,
 research & teaching librarian, UNE


 6pm Eastern, Wednesday, October 11th
 South Portland Public Library
 482 Broadway, South Portland, ME 04106
 Moderator: Jonathan R. Werner, M.S.Ed.,
 Cape Elizabeth Library & Learning Commons


 7pm Eastern, Wednesday, October 11th
 DIRIGO Brewery
 28 Pearl St., Biddeford, ME 04005
 Moderator: Sonya Durney,
 research & teaching librarian, UNE
 and Barbara Schwartzlander
 Director of Reference Services, UNE


 7pm Eastern, Wednesday, October 11th
 Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance
 Longfellow Books
 Poets & Writers Roundtable
 1 Monument Way, Portland ME 04101
 Moderator: Gibson Fay-LeBlanc,
 poet laureate of Portland


 12pm Eastern, Thursday, October 12th
 ELEMENTS Bookstore
 265 Main St., Biddeford, ME 04005
 Moderator: Amanda Skinner,
 curator/special collections, UNE


 12pm Eastern, Thursday, October 12th
 Thomas Memorial Library
 6 Scott Dyer Rd., Cape Elizabeth, ME,04107
 Moderator: Cathrine Frank, Ph.D.,
 Department of English, UNE


 6pm Eastern, Thursday, October 12th
 Walker Memorial Library
 800 Main St., Westbrook, ME 04092
 Moderator: Matthew Anderson, Ph.D.
 English, UNE


 6:30pm Eastern, Thursday, October 12th
 Falmouth Public Library
 5 Lunt Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105
 Moderator: Jonathan R. Werner, M.S.Ed.,
 Cape Elizabeth Library & Learning Commons


 5pm Eastern, Sunday, October 15th
 Maine College of Art Library
 522 Congress St., Portland, ME 04101
 Moderator: Brain Duff, Ph.D. and Chair,
 Dept. of Political Science, UNE
 and Nina Hagel, Ph.D.,
 Dept. of Political Science, Bates College



Hope to see you!


~Sonya


Sonya Durney, MLIS

Research & Teaching Librarian

University of New England
Library Services
11 Hills Beach Road
Biddeford  ME  04005
207-602-2497

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