Our next session of Acting Up, a theater class for ages 8-14, will be starting on Thursday, March 1. Local dance and theater teacher, Betsy Dunphy, will lead students in improvisation, theater games, and character studies.… Read more.
The library’s Genealogy Group will be holding a special presentation on stone symbolism in cemeteries on Wednesday, February 21, from 1-3 p.m. at the Main Library.… Read more.
Learn the art of circular weaving at February’s Artsy Afternoon program. Using embroidery hoops and yarn, you will learn to craft fun, simple wall hangings. Perfect for adding a pop of color to your decor, these weaving projects are also a perfect way to use up small bits of leftover yarn in your yarn stash.… Read more.
Come to a special book launch party at the Main Library and hear the story of Sylvia Rose and the Cherry Tree, debut picture book by local author, Sandy Shapiro Hurt!… Read more.
The South Portland Public Library welcomes the bluegrass band, Old Eleven, for the next After Hours concert at the Main Library on Saturday, March 10, at 7:00 p.m.… Read more.
Children and teens will be given a reading chart with various activities they can choose to do, such as “Come to a library program,” or “Try a book you think you won’t like.” They will be challenged to complete fifteen activities from the chart between January 27 and March 3.… Read more.
Actress, author, and storyteller Susan Poulin will be reading from and signing copies of her “self-help” humor books, Finding Your Inner Moose: Ida LeClair’s Guide to Livin’ the Good Life and The Sweet Life: Ida LeClair’s Guide to Love and Marriage at our next Author Talk at the Main Library on Saturday, March 10, at 2:00 p.m.… Read more.
Worried about tax season? The South Portland Public Library is here to help! We have compiled a list of resources to help make filing your taxes as easy as possible.… Read more.
iMake is SPPL’s do-it-yourself series for ages 10-18. We have a fun line-up of maker activities to keep teen and pre-teen patrons having fun this winter.… Read more.
- Baxter Memorial Library in Gorham
- Scarborough Public Library in Scarborough
- Thomas Memorial Library in Cape Elizabeth
- Walker Memorial Library in Westbrook
Each of these libraries is a member of the Minerva consortium and, while you have long enjoyed the ability to borrow items from their collections through our interlibrary loan service, you now have the ability to use your SPPL card directly at these area libraries, just as you would at our library! … Read more.