May Pasco Lecture Series:

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The next Pasco Author Lecture Series at Louis T. Graves Memorial  Public Library will be on Saturday, May 31 at 2:00 p.m. and feature Helen Peppe, Maine Author/Photographer of Pigs Can’t Swim.

Helen Peppe is a professional writer and photographer. The former editor of Eastern Equerry and Wordplay Magazine, her short stories, articles, and photographs have appeared in a myriad of anthologies, books, and magazines, including Practical Horseman, Equus, American Trakehner, Arabian Horse Times, Dog Fancy, Dog World, Equine Journal, The Horse, Lynx Eye, Mused Literary Review, Cats Magazine, and The Good Men Project. Several of her short stories and photographs appear in text books and educational media. Her debut memoir, Pigs Can’t Swim, is a 2014 Indie Introduce and an Indie Next title.

Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library is proud to  offer this series at no charge and open to the public. This Series is sponsored by: Kennebunk Savings Bank and The Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation. The Library is  located at 18 Maine Street in Kennebunkport. FMI please call 967-2778 or for further details or visit us our website: http://www.graveslibrary.org.

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About Graves Library

I am a public library located in southern Maine. I am open 42 hours per week and serve over 6,000 patrons. The Library collaborates with others to meet the needs of the entire community for education, information, recreation, and communication. Residents of the towns of Kennebunkport, Kennebunk, Cape Porpoise, Wells, or Arundel, Maine (including general area) are welcome to a free Library Card. Non-Residents are also welcome to a temporary card for a fee of $20.00 (deposit). At the end of the stay, the non-resident may request their deposit be returned as long as the account is clear of any fines and all materials have been safely returned to the Library.
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