Louis T. Graves Memorial Library, Kennebunkport Maine
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Ongoing Programs


StoryTime. Weekly story time takes place every Friday at 10:00 a.m. This is a year-round program that includes stories, finger plays, songs, and crafts. Designed for children ages 0-5; however, all ages are welcome to attend. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to participate. No registration is required.

Play and Read - Every Tuesday. This Program is Suspended June-August. Please join us for play and social time with your children ages 1 and 1/2 (and up) in a warm, child-friendly space. We offer age appropriate toys, coloring supplies, and books in an "unstructured" environment during the hours of 10:00 and 12:00 on Tuesdays.

Adult Book Discussion Group. This program meets the second Thursday of every month at 9:45 am. A variety of books are chosen and a schedule of upcoming books to be discussed is available at the Main Circulation Desk. New members are always welcome.

The Larks--People Supporting People. Our sessions focus primarily on - how to survive living alone, finding available services in our community, being a caregiver, facing issues in aging. Please come and listen. Please come and share.

Evening Book Discussion Group. This program meets the last Thursday of every month at 6:00 pm. A variety of books are chosen. Copies available at the circulation desk.

Cribbage Club. This club meets every Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 1:00 p.m. All ages and all levels of play are welcome. Bring your own boards and show them off to the group.

Monthly Computer Classes. Learn how to find information by searching a reputable, reliable online system, job search, download audiobooks, apps for your portable device. Call the Circulation Desk for details.

Walk-In Wireless. Free walk-in wireless access is available through the Maine State Library during regular hours. To use this service, you must have your own laptop with either a built-in adapter or a wireless card. For more information, please call the Library.



Upcoming Events


Gerry Boyle : Once Burned... Jack McMorrow Sunday, September 20 at 2:00 p.m.

Like many crime novelists, Gerry Boyle began his writing career in newspapers which can sometimes be the "juciest" forum to learn about seedy characters. After attending Colby College, he held a variety of jobs including being a roofer, a postman, and a manuscript reader at a big New York publisher. He is the author of ten Jack McMorrow titles, as well as the Brandon Blake mystery series.

Lincoln Paine : The Sea & Civilization and Beyond - Sunday, October 4 at 2:00 p.m.

Lincoln Paine is the author of five books and more than fifty articles, reviews, and lectures on maritime history. His books include The Sea and Civilization: A Maritime History of the World, Down East: A Maritime History of Maine, and Ships of the World: An Historical Encyclopedia, and “Beyond the Dead White Whales: Literature of the Sea and Maritime History.”

Kate Christensen : How to Cook a Moose...and More Sunday, November 8 at 2:00 p.m.

Ms. Christensen was raised in Berkeley in the 1960s, long before the Bay Area became the American locavore/foodie mecca.  In 1980, after graduating from Green Meadow Waldorf School, she lived and worked as an au pair girl for a year near the town of Moulins, in the Allier district of France, where she learned to make mousse au chocolat and rabbit stew and discovered cheese, butter, and wine. She now lives in Portland, Maine and the White Mountains of New Hampshire with her sweetheart, Brendan Fitzgerald, and dog, Dingo. How to Cook a Moose is about her life in the northeast corner of New England and the amazing people she’s met, the wonderful food she’s eaten.


This Series is sponsored by: Kennebunk Savings Bank, The Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation and the Graves Library Snack Team.