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Oct21
Legos @ PPL Riverton
10:00am - 11:30am
Location: Riverton Branch
Audience: Adults, Teens, Kids & Families
Legos are a great opportunity to gather, invent, collaborate & play...and they're not just for kids! Everyone is welcome to join this all-ages club. We'll provide the pieces & a theme. All you have to do is show up & get creative!
Oct21
Fair Isle Knitting Workshop
10:30am - 12:00pm
Location: Main Library
Audience: Adults, Teens
Inspired by the work of Maine artist Dahlov Ipcar, fair isle knitting expert Mary Jane Mucklestone will lead this knitting workshop as we prepare for a crowd-sourced knitting installation at the Main Library.
Oct21
Creative Movement with Portland School of Ballet
11:30am - 12:00pm
Location: Main Library, Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library
Audience: Kids & Families
Portland School of Ballet and Portland Public Library are pleased to collaborate by offering a fun and healthy environment for children to experience an introduction to the art of ballet.
Oct21
Many Voices Teen Book Group: If I Was Your Girl
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Location: Main Library, S. Donald Sussman Teen Library
Audience: Teens
Welcome to the Many Voices Teen Book Group, where we explore diversity in Young Adult fiction. For LGBTQ history month this October, we will be reading "If I Was Your Girl" by Meredith Russo.
Oct21
16 Counties Poetry: meg willing and Shana Youngdahl
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Main Library, Rines Auditorium
Audience: Adults, Seniors
16 Counties Poetry brings a range of poets from throughout Maine to the library. This October, Franklin County poets Shana Youngdahl and meg willing share their projected art and poetry project, (in)visible sisters.
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