AARP Representatives will be at the library on Thursdays from 9am - 12:15pm beginning on February 6th and going throughout the tax season. Call for an appointment.
We also have federal tax forms.
We are now accepting applications for the Joy of the Lens. See Gallery for details.
This Week @ the Library
Topsham Historical Society
Tuesday, March 11
THS board member, Dana Cary, will present the story of the Hunter family,one of the earliest families to settle in what has become Topsham. This family has been an integral part of this community for well over three centuries, amazing longevity of one family in one place for so long. Dana will review their genealogy and tell us about their numerous contributions through the generations. For those who are interested in discovering their own family history, see our intro to genealogical research below.
Introduction to Genealogical Research
Thursday, March 13
Experienced volunteer researchers will provide an overview of genealogical resources - primary, on-line, and on-site, and share basic techniques for getting started.
Come watch a movie on our big screen! For extra coziness, bring pillows or blankets! This is the 2nd movie in the Hunger Games Trilogy. It is rated PG-13 and lasts about 2.5 hours.
Mayhem with Mariah - So Long, Snow!
Saturday, March 15
Say goodbye to winter with this fun winter-themed mayhem! We will read stories, sing and dance to music, and try out a craft and/or sensory experiment! Project may be messy - wear old clothes! Mayhem is designed for ages 3 and up, but all are welcome!
Music in March
Simons & Goodwin
Bob Simons and Renee Goodwin cover all forms of Americana music including soft rock, country, blues, pop standards and, of course, both traditional and contemporary folk. A Simons and Goodwin performance is always unpredictable in terms of the set list, always keeping the audience on its toes and anticipating the next song. The predictable part of each performance is the tightness that comes from years of friendship and beautiful, intricate harmonies.
Room for Everyone!
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.