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Wed, 5 Apr 2023 13:34:45 +0000
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Hello Everyone!

We are reaching the end of a long repair path after our burst pipe back in February, but we're tentatively looking at reopening on Monday, April 10th.  I have some great adult programming going on in April that I'd love if you could share with your communities.

Thank you,

4/11 6pm Patriot Fife and Drum
      David Vose and Sue Walko are seasoned musicians having performed music for over 40 years between them. David Vose is a recently retired professor  from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1999, he was inducted into the Massachusetts Educators Hall of Fame. In 2019 he was inducted into the World Drum Corps Hall of Fame! Sue Walko is an experienced fifer having grown up in the hot bed area of fifes and drums in the state of Connecticut and playing in various fife and drum corps. Vose and Walko teamed up to perform fife and drum music from the 17th and 18th century and also play music for special holidays. They talk about their instruments that they are playing and history and do it an energetic and entertaining manner.  This free program is sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library.  For more information, email Stefanie at [log in to unmask] or call the library at 646-8181.

4/21 12pm-1:30pm York Hospital's Center for Older Adults Lunch and Learn: Depression and Anxiety in Older Adults
      Join the Brandon Rivard, PA-C from the Center for Older Adults to learn more about the differences between depression, anxiety, and dementia in aging adults.  We will cover how these disorders present themselves in the aging population, how they can affect your memory and thinking, and what you can do to mitigate these effects.  Complimentary boxed lunches will be available “to-go” after the program concludes. This is a hospital-sponsored lecture; MASKS will be supplied for all attendees. We ask that lunches be consumed AFTER leaving rather than in a congregate setting.

For more information please contact Stefanie at [log in to unmask] or contact York Hospital’s Community Relations Office at (207) 351-2385 or email [log in to unmask]  This event will meet in person at the library.

4/26 4pm Piping Plovers: Sharing the Beach with an Endangered Species

      This informational session is an opportunity to learn more about Wells' endangered Piping Plovers and how you can help protect them.  Laura Williams, Maine Audubon Wildlife Biologist and Conservation Assistant, will be discussing the unique characteristics of the Piping Plovers, and the many efforts taken each year to protect the species and their habitat.  Suzanne Craig, Wells' Lead Monitor and Piping Plover Coordinator, and Rebekah Kelley, Wells' Communications and Volunteer Coordinator, will share details of the volunteer monitoring program and how you can sign up to help.  For more information about this program, please contact Stefanie at [log in to unmask] or call the library at 207-646-8181.
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Stefanie Claydon

Adult Services Librarian


Wells Public Library

1434 Post Rd.

Wells, ME 04090