The Larks Fall Session:

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Local author, David Morse, will be our guest at the next Larks Meeting to read from his new book :  Harry and Maude Take It On, Saturday, Sept 13 at 2:00 p.m.  Mr. Morse is a retired physician whose writings have appeared in the Boothbay RegisterAnimus, the Harbor Journal and a children’s book, Julie’s Climb. His characters, as exemplified in his book, Harry and Maude Take it On, depict the foibles and redeeming features found in everyone.  He has moderated writers groups in Massachusetts and Maine.  He and his wife, Joan, live in Wells, Maine, where they enjoy exploring the nearby nature preserves.

The Larks is all about People Supporting People.  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.

The Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library is located at 18 Maine Street, Kennebunkport, Maine 04046.  Please call the Library at 967-2778 for more information.  Light refreshments and a book signing will follow our discussion.

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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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