Needle Felting Workshop
On Thursday, January 9, Loudon resident Sharon Strout will teach a second class on the art of felting. Registration is required and a materials fee of $10 is due at the time of sign up. You’ll learn a new craft and get to take home your own creation! Sharon’s first class in December filled up quickly so be sure to sign up early! The workshop begins at 5:30. (The penguin shown above is only an example!)
Weekend Book Sale! January 24-25, 2020
Maxfield Public Library will hold a book sale in our community room during the weekend of January 24-25. Stop by on Friday, January 24th between 12-5pm and again on Saturday, January 25th between 10am-2pm.
Last Minute Gift Wrap Party!
Maxfield Public Library staff will be available to help with last minute gift wrapping on Christmas Eve from 10am-2pm (or until supplies run out!). A limit of 5 gifts per person can be accepted for wrapping. We'll also have lots of snacks and a hot chocolate bar!
Meet other local writers at our weekly Writers Group. Join us every Tuesday morning at 10am. Everyone is welcome!
Chair Yoga continues!
Chair Yoga at Maxfield Public Library has been so popular that we've added more dates. The new session begins Wednesday, January 8 and goes through March 25, 2020. Join us Wednesday mornings at 10:30 at the Maxfield Public Library. The cost is $5 per session.
Maxfield Public Library closed Thursday, January 16, 2020Maxfield Public Library is closed today due to weather and travel conditions.
Happy Birthday, Loudon!
For the second year in a row, Maxfield Public Library is partnering with the Loudon Historical Society to celebrate Loudon and share some of the town’s history. This year marks Loudon’s 247th year! Lucy Gordon and Dyrace Maxfield of the Loudon Historical Society will be present to meet with visitors, and Dyrace will have items on hand from his recent presentation Letters from the Civil War. And what’s a birthday without cake? We’ll have that, too! Join us on Thursday, January 16 from 5:30-7:00pm.
Meet the Author - Marjorie Burke!
Join us Thursday, January 30th at 6pm for this special event. Writer Marjorie Burke will speak about her books Melting Ice, Shifting Sand and Pilgrimage on Ice and Sand, both inspired by her experience as her husband's caretaker after his Alzheimer’s diagnosis.