Dear Sun Spots: The BookReach program of the Auburn and Lewiston public libraries is looking for volunteers to share about an hour per week, morning or afternoon time, reading aloud to young children in Lewiston and Auburn. After attending a brief orientation, each volunteer reader is matched with a licensed family child care home where he or she reads from a different bag of books every one to two weeks.

This is a wonderful opportunity for people who would enjoy introducing young children to the wonder of stories, and who would like to give to our community in a meaningful and positive way. Please call Kathleen Demers, BookReach Coordinator, at 784-0135, extension 213 to learn more. – Kathleen Demers, Lewiston.

Dear Sun Spots: I am a patient of Central Maine Family Practice. When I call there to make an appointment, and I am put on hold, I hear the most beautiful Celtic music.

I asked one of the girls who work in the office, and she said it was a Celtic compact disc that was bought at a store, but she did not know the name of it. Could Sun Spots find out the name and possibly the item number or the company that produces it? When I have looked online for Celtic CDs, there are usually many by the same name, so I would want to get the right one. I would love to purchase it. Thank you for your help. – T.G., Lewiston.

According to Muriel at the practice, the music is “Celtic Journey: Contemporary Celtic Melodies.” Using that name, Sun Spots was able to locate a recording by singer Mairéid Sullivan.

You may want to check out for more details and to see if you recognize her work. There are other recordings by other artists both Irish, American and otherwise.

However without more information Sun Spots is unsure which one may be the one you are trying to locate. Another is “A Celtic Journey” by Medwyn Goodall. For more details on this one, contact

Dear Sun Spots: Crafters are wanted for the Fayette Historical Society craft fair to be held Nov. 22 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Fayette Central School Gym, Route 17, Fayette.

Please call Sue at (207) 685-4702 or Laura at (207) 685-4502 for tables. Tables are $10 each and include free admission to the fair. – No Name, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: Stanley Products are available at Chuck’s Corner, 699 Sabattus St., Lewiston, (207) 784-8176. – Jan McDonald, Lewiston.

Dear Sun Spots: I am looking for a piano tuner. I live in Mexico and would like to know of anyone in this vicinity or close by that does this kind of work. I do not need repairs to my piano. I just need a tuneup. – D.F., Mexico.

You can contact Mel Fletcher, registered tuner-technician, 130 Riverside Drive, Auburn (207) 783-9210; Edward P. Judd, New Auburn Music Services, Auburn (207) 783-5256; or Robitaille’s Piano Sales & Service in Turner at (207) 224-7840.

Dear Sun Spots: Could you please find out if John Edwards of “Crossing Over” is still on TV? What channel can I watch him on? Thank you. I do enjoy your information every day. – Cecile F., Lewiston.

It appears you should be able to see the program on UPN (WPME) at 10 and 10:30 a.m. Monday to Friday.

• To Joanna Walsh-Ward, Lewiston: Please specify the publisher of the 1947 book in your query. Sun Spots is unable to contact you regarding your request received Oct. 14 and needs clarification on this before proceeding to research your request.

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