Post brought to you by library intern, Lauren Ordway an English Major at UML. International Women’s Day, celebrated March 8th, is exactly as it sounds; a day recognized worldwide in which women’s fight for equality is recognized and awareness of our biased society is confronted. A big focus of IWD is celebrating the many social,…Read More
Here are a few reading recommendations for Black History month from our library intern, Lauren Ordway an English Major at UML. Black History Month is a month-long celebration in February surrounding the accomplishments and achievements of African Americans within the history of the United States. Starting as just a week, it soon evolved into a…Read More
Congratulations to our winners of the library's scavenger hunt raffle! Thank you to everyone who came out and participated. We've had requests for a listing of the answers and questions, so here they are: Holiday Library Scavenger Hunt Answers Which reindeer is misbehaving in the stable? Rudolph or the red-nosed one are acceptable answers. Where is…Read More
Join Us as We Offer a Collection of programs to Celebrate Kerouac’s Birthday Weekend – March 5 – 10, 2019.
Thank you to all of the local partners who are helping us to celebrate Jack's 97th birthday from March 5 - 9 including some excellent group discussions, our marathon reading of On the Road, and much more! Please join us for one or more of these amazing events. Kerouac Birthday Week Schedule of Events TUESDAY, MARCH…Read More
Thursday Night: Lessons from Lewiston, Maine: A Refugee Story w/Cheryl Hamilton (Parker Lecture Series & Lowell Reads)
As part of Lowell Reads 2018, the Pollard Memorial Library presents Lessons from Lewiston, Maine: A Refugee Story with Cheryl Hamilton. In 2002, Lewiston, Maine garnered national attention when more than 2,500 Somali migrants chose to make the city their home. The unexpected migration changed the city forever, and the lives of many local residents,…Read More