The Brunswick Community Library will be hosting a three-part Writing Workshop: “Go Ahead, Make a Scene“. Saturdays July 19, 26 and Aug 2 from 2-4pm. Registration is required – 279-4023. The meetings will focus on how to craft scenes in fiction and memoir. The workshop will also address other aspects of the craft such as transitions and backstory and will have specific exercises. The workshops are free and are for writers of all levels, facilitated by local writer Susannah Risley and funded by Poets&Writers, Inc.
A surprise visit from Dairy Princess Abbie Tarbox marked the start of our summer reading program!! A good crowd got to see, learn and participate in the science of making ice cream, yum!! Everyone got to taste their ice cream in ice cream sodas! Many thanks to the Scotia-Glenville Traveling Museum for a fantastic summer program kick-off!
July 14 – Gil Payette will once again join us with a presentation online casino of Indian Lore “The Significance of 7“. Please join us at 6:30 pm in the Meeting Room of the library! Ages teen and up.