Do you find yourself staring blankly at crossword puzzles? (Pun intended.) Do they leave you feeling clueless? (Again, pun intended.) Learn how to identify clue types and common misdirections for a more ful-FILLING experience. (No more puns, I promise.)
You, too, can tackle the New York Times crossword and other puzzles with hints and tips from the new library director. Chris is a self-admitted word puzzle addict, and he’s eager to share his strategies with enthusiasts at all levels. Plus, where to find free crosswords from bite-sized (5 x 5) to Sunday-sized (21 x 21). Register below, or contact the library at 367-5926 or email@example.com for event details.
Free tip : Solve with pencil. Ink is permanent. No tutorial can change that.
Local anthropologist and historian Bill Haviland will be giving a presentation on the Indigenous People of Deer Isle and Stonington through the last 400 years.
Monday October 14, at 5:00pm
For more information on Wiliam Haviland check out his website!
William A. Haviland – Anthropologist
The Island Health & Wellness Foundation, together with the Stonington Public Library and Chase Memorial Library in Deer Isle, invite the public to attend an evening of casual conversation on Friday, August 9th at 5:00 p.m. at The Reach Performing Arts Center in Deer Isle. The event will feature three local experts in the fields of literature and medicine and serve as a culmination of the Island wide read of Katherine Hall Page’s new book The Body in the Wake.
The Body in the Wake, released in May, is set on a fictional island modeled after Deer Isle-Stonington and its plot directly addresses opiate use. Dr. Charles Zelnick, local primary care provider, David Harlan, LCSW, Behavioral Health Therapist at Bucksport Regional Health Center specializing in substance use disorders, and Katherine Hall Page will talk about everything from addressing the current opioid issues on Deer Isle-Stonington to researching and writing a fictional novel. She will also sign copies of her book at this event.
Anne West,Executive Director of the Island Health and Wellness Foundation, and Jill Larrabee, Stonington librarian, will facilitate the discussion. Anne says, “We want this to be an informal event that celebrates the success of the Island-wide read while also acknowledging some of the deeper issues discussed in the book around opiate use, treatment and recovery.” Jill adds, “This evening is meant to be attended by anyone who is interested in learning more about the work that these three fascinating people do. It is not just for those who participated in the organized book discussions held throughout the summer. We want to keep it entertaining, educational and audience driven.”
No RSVP is necessary. The event should last about one hour and the audience will have an opportunity to ask questions. If you would like more information, please email Anne West at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jill Larrabee at email@example.com.
It is not too late to participate in the Island-wide read. Discussions will be held on August 8th at 5:00 p.m. at the Stonington Library and at Chase Emerson Memorial Library on Tuesday, August 13th at 6:00 p.m. Anyone interested in participating can visit either the Deer Isle or Stonington libraries to sign up and check out a copy of The Body in the Wake. Extra copies of this book have been generously donated by Harper Collins Publishers.
The library, in collaboration with PALS (Linda Shepard) and Sue Bolton, hosts guided musical play for babies and their carers. Babies learn and bond through music!