Brainfuse is the latest online learning and job assistance service offered by the library. It can be accessed by any computer from any location using your name and library card number as your login. For more specific information visit the links below.
This competition is open to year-round Maine residents for unpublished works only. Entries will be accepted in fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction beginning September 2nd.This year we will also have a teen category for writers age 11 – 18. Applications will be available in the library or here. Email email@example.com for more details. The deadline for applications is October 11th at 8pm.
Young Critics Sign Up
Young Critics is an ongoing book discussion group for kids in grades 4 and 5. We meet once a month from October to May at the library for great books, easy conversation, and a pizza dinner! This is a free program—books will be provided. Discussions are all on the third Tuesday of the month at 5pm. Register at the Topsham Public Library to receive your first book! Our motto is: Everyone is entitled to my opinion! Grades 4 & 5, MUST BE REGISTERED TO ATTEND!
Teen Talk Book Discussion
The Teen Talk book group will meet the second Thursday of the month from 5-6pm starting with an organizational meeting October 9.Join Cyndi to discuss your favorite reads from the summer and plot the direction of the group.Stop by the library anytime in September to register for this program or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Make sure you tell your friends—all are welcome!
ROOM FOR EVERYONE!
Our Mission: Libraries are places of lifelong learning that are directly tied to a community's quality of life. The Topsham Public Library provides residents of all ages with books, informational resources, technology, and services to stimulate growth and enrichment while serving as a center of study and community activities.