• Community Movie Day - Harriet

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    On Saturday, February 8, Maxfield Public Library will show the new feature film Harriet. The film is rated PG-13 and runs for 125 minutes. Bring a lunch! The movie begins at 11am.
  • Meet the Author - Thomas Farmen

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    Bessie's Story - Watching the Lights Go Out is Farmen’s inspiring story about a charming, brave, chocolate Lab who gradually loses her eyesight. The author will speak about the unexpected diagnosis of terminal blindness for his beloved four-year-old pet through the two-and-a-half year transition to sightlessness. In the process, Bessie unwittingly becomes an expert mentor and teacher for the high-wire act of growing older with grace and optimism. Join us Friday, February 28 at 5:30 to meet Thomas Farmen and Bessie the dog. This is an after-hours event and library services will not be available.
  • Game Night at the Library

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    Every Tuesday beginning February 18 from 5-7, stop in the library for a one-on-one game of Cribbage, Boggle, or even Connect Four! Bring a game partner or pair up with another gaming singleton. (You could probably even ask a staff member if they’re up for the challenge. Hint: they probably are.)
  • Writers Group!

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    Meet other local writers at our weekly Writers Group. Join us every Tuesday morning at 10am. Everyone is welcome!
  • Wednesday & Friday - Chair Yoga!

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    Chair Yoga at Maxfield Public Library has been so popular that we've added Fridays! Join us Wednesday and Friday mornings at 10:30 through March 27th at the Maxfield Public Library. The cost is $5 per session.
  • Beyond Challenger - The Future of Space

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    Join Loudon resident Phil Browne on Thursday, February 20 from 5:30-7pm as he gives a fascinating presentation on the future of space travel and discovery. Last year Phil’s presentation Humanity and the Heavens was one of our most popular events. This is a family friendly event so we encourage guests of all ages!
  • Maximizing Social Security - registration required!

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    Join Andrew Girthmark of Steward Partners on Tuesday, February 4 for an interactive seminar on maximizing your Social Security benefits. The program runs from 5:30-6:30. Registration is required. Please call the library at 798-5153 or stop by the main desk to sign up.
  • US Census Information & Recruitment Event

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    Stop by Maxfield Public Library on Tuesday, February 18 anytime between 1-3 to get information on the 2020 U.S. Census and, if you’re interested, get even more information on how to join the 2020 Census Team.
  • Pokemon Card Playing Day! (kids & teens only)

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    Bring your Pokémon cards to the library and challenge someone to a friendly duel! This event is for kids 16 and younger. The event starts at 10:30!

Closed on February 6th & 7th

Maxfield Public Library will be closed Thursday and Friday, February 6 and 7, due to inclement weather. 

Happy Birthday, Loudon!

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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 Saturday, February 15 from 10-2.

Meet the Author - Marjorie Burke!

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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.