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April Events for Prince Memorial Library

posted Apr 13, 2015, 12:28 PM by Tammy Tarling
April Events for Prince Memorial Library, 266 Main Street, Cumberland, 207-829-2215

Activities for Youth Services Program during April Vacation Week

Buster B! Musical Performance
Children's musician will perform at the Mabel I. Wilson Gym, Tuesday, April 21, 2:00 p.m., all ages wlcome.

Yoga for Kids:
Yoga time at the library.
Thursday, April 23
Ages 3-6, 10:00 a.m.
Ages 7-9,  11:00 a.m.
FMI Lauren Isele Youth Services Librarian, lisele@cumberlandmaine.com

Gardening Presentation: How to Grow Vegetables without Using Rows
Presented by Master Gardener Clark Whittier, Wednesday, April 22 at 6:30 p.m., Prince Room, Prince Memorial Library, 266 Main Street, Cumberland,207-829-2215, refreshments will be served.

Clark Whittier has lived and gardened in North Yarmouth for over 40 years. In 2010 he took the Cumberland County Master Gardener Class. Vegetable gardening has become his passion. On his North Yarmouth property, Clark grows forty-eight varieties of vegetables in raised beds, a hoop house, and containers.  He also grows vegetables hydroponically. Clark has presented classes for Cumberland-North Yarmouth and Freeport Adult Education, Skillins Nurseries, Master Gardener classes, and local garden clubs.
This presentation is a vegetable gardening overview illustrating unique ways to grow     vegetables without using the traditional row method. Come with your questions and     enjoy images of lush garden vegetables!
Prince Memorial Library, 266 Main Street, Cumberland
For more information call (207) 829-2215.

West Cumberland, Maine: history, genealogy, memories and photographs, presented by Joel Fuller, Wednesday, April 29 at 7:00 p.m., Prince Room, Prince Memorial Library, 266 Main Street, Cumberland, 207-829-2215, refreshments will be served.
Don't miss out on this presentation by historian, Joel Fuller, as he tells tales, shares photographs and research of the unique history of West Cumberland, Maine.

Two Poet Laureates on One Night: Marcia Brown & Natalie Murray, Tuesday, April 28 at 6:30 p.m., Prince Room, Prince Memorial Library, 266 Main Street, Cumberland, 207-829-2215, refreshments will be served and books will be available for purchase.
Natalie Spinney Murray, author of the newly released Lemon-Drop Day, grew up in New Hampshire, attended nursing school, lived in many parts of the United States as an Air Force wife, and finally settled in Falmouth with her family. It was after joining the Maine Senior College (OLLI) at USM in Portland that Natalie found  her poetic voice. For 2012, she was Maine Senior College Network Poet Laureate.
Marcia Brown, the Poet Laureate of the city of Portland and the author of When We Invented Water,  has had poems and reviews published in literary journals and in several anthologies, including Garrison Keillor's Good Poems, American Places. She is a graduate of Smith College with an MFA from the University of Southern Maine's Stonecoast Program and is a frequent reader at Maine poetry festivals and events. She cohosts the monthly reading series "Local Writers at The Local Buzz" in her hometown of Cape Elizabeth, where she lives with her husband.