The Land Looks After Us: Wabanaki History and Healing

Norway Memorial Library 258 Main Street, Norway, ME

The Land Looks After Us: Wabanaki History and Healing For thousands of years, the indigenous Wabanaki peoples of Maine lived, dwelt, and communed with these lands. Over the past 500 years, through disease, war, and colonial policies determined to eradicate their way of life, the Wabanaki population and culture dwindled. Now, thanks to many resilient […]

10,000 Miles on Foot: A Hiker’s Journey

Norway Memorial Library 258 Main Street, Norway, ME

10,000 Miles on Foot: A Hiker's Journey Presenter Tom Tomczyk, who recently completed the Triple Crown hiking trails, will share his own hiking experiences through photos, videos, and stories. He will discuss the benefits of long-distance hiking, display gear, and answer questions along the way.Whether you are a novice or veteran hiker, this is sure […]

Artist Reception – Morgan Richardson

Norway Memorial Library 258 Main Street, Norway, ME

Usher in the spooky season with a viewing and discussion of Morgan Richardson's borderline surrealist sculpture exhibit, "Swarm."The artist will be present to talk about the inspiration behind her work and her process in sculpture making. Light refreshments will be provided. This event will be held at the Norway Memorial Library, 258 Main Street, Norway […]

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An Ocean of Possibilities: Stories at Sea

Norway Memorial Library 258 Main Street, Norway, ME

Norway Memorial Library announces a series called “An Ocean of Possibilities for Book Discussion: Stories at Sea”. The book discussion series features novels with the themes of survival and the psychological struggles of the individual in the hostile environment of the sea. All discussions are on the fourth Thursday of the month, 3:00-4:30 pm. Participants […]