Posts Categorized: Special Events

Help Us Celebrate 15 Years!

Hopefully, by now you are aware that Topsham Public Library is celebrating our 15th Anniversary at our Foreside Road location on Saturday, June 8 with events scheduled all day long. (For a schedule of events click here.) If you are unable to join us that day and you are looking for another way to celebrate… Read more »

Joy of the Lens

If you have not been in to see the Joy of the Lens exhibit, you need to do so. Joy of the Lens is an annual photography show at Topsham Public Library that is sponsored by Friends of the Topsham Public Library. Though every year is amazing, there is something about this year’s show that… Read more »

Maine State Music Theater and Treasure Island

Do you know that the classic tale Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson is also a musical? Maine State Music Theater’s summer lineup includes Treasure Island: A Musical Adventure which is being performed June 26 through July 13! MSMT has partnered with six local libraries, Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick, Topsham Public Library, Wiscasset Public… Read more »

Music in March 2019

It’s a favorite time of year! Free concerts for the community sponsored by Friends of the Topsham Public Library on the first four Saturdays in March at 1pm! Does it get any better? This year’s lineup is as follows: Miscellania, Bowdoin College’s oldest women’s a cappella group, will start things off on Saturday, March 2…. Read more »

Bowdoin International Music Festival Musicians visit Topsham Public Library

Topsham Public Library will host students of the Bowdoin International Music Festival in a free concert on Saturday, July 7th at 2pm. The Bowdoin Festival’s Community Concert Series presents gifted classical musicians from around the world performing solo and chamber music in non-traditional venues. The performers are conservatory and graduate students who attend the festival’s… Read more »

Ed Webster, Mountaineer to Visit Topsham Public Library

On Thursday, June 28 at 6:00PM at Topsham Public Library, Ed Webster, author of the White Mountain rock climbing guidebooks, will present his newest lecture about the recreational development of Mt. Washington, known as Agiocochook, by the native Abenaki. Webster will discuss his unique collection of early artwork, stereophotographs, and pictures taken by 1920s and… Read more »