WEST PARIS — Summer is a busy time at the West Paris Library.

Children through age 17 may obtain information about the Summer Reading Program at the circulation desk.

Story Time is held every Wednesday from 10 to 10:45 a.m. Stories are primarily geared toward toddlers and children in preschool, but children as young as newborns through age 5 are welcome, along with their siblings and families. Children listen to a story, then stay afterward for snacks and playtime. They must be accompanied by a responsible older guardian.

A SeniorsPlus Long Distance Learning Class, “City at Sea,” will be streamed live to the library from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, July 28. Instructor Alan Elze will discuss spending six months on a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier in the Pacific. Call SeniorsPlus at 207-795-4010 or 1-800-427-1241 to register for this free class.

The exhibit at the library is Photographs of Nature, by Debra Koceika of West Paris and Mesa, Ariz., depicting her travels in Australia, New Zealand, the UK and much of North America.

Photographs will be on display through Aug. 15.

The Friends of the West Paris Library have purchased a reduced admission pass to the Maine Wildlife Park in Gray as a gift to the community. Library members may use the pass to obtain admission to the park for $3 per person.

The library’s weekly poetry discussion group with facilitator Rodney Abbott is on hiatus for the summer, but will resume in September.

FMI: 207-674-2004, www.westparislibrary.org, tinyurl.com/z4glxox.


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