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The Pihcintu Multinational Children’s Chorus will perform a free concert at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Portland Public Library. See Portland briefs for additional details.
Photo provided by Portland Public Library
The library has plenty of yarn to share, but attendees should bring your own equipment and tools.
Basic knitting instruction will be provided if needed.
The sessions will be offered each Monday through next spring.
For more details, call 871-1700, Ext. 707.
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Talk on living wills
"Living Wills and Medical Directives" will be the subject of a free community forum sponsored by the South Portland and Cape Elizabeth TRIAD from 2 to 3 p.m. Thursday.
Jane Mullen from Jones-Rich-Hutchens will discuss Five Wishes, a process that has become the most popular living will.
All community members are welcome to attend.
Light refreshments will be served and parking will be available in the rear of the Cape Elizabeth fire station, 2 Jordan Way.
Fore more details, call South Portland Police Officer Bob Libby at 799-5511 Ext. 7422 or Cape Elizabeth Police Officer David Galvan at 767-3323.
Teens seek book buddies
Members of Patten Free Library's Teen Library Council hope to help nurture a love of reading in young children by making and publishing picture books about them.
Registration is now open through Friday for "All About Me," an event in pairing local teens with children ages 4 to 8 to serve as book buddies for the process of creating their stories.
The first meeting of the book buddies program will be held Oct. 17.
Teen volunteers will read a favorite picture book to their buddy and interview them to get ideas for their book. After the first meeting, the teens will take a week to produce the stories and then share them with their buddies when they are finished.
The books will either be handmade or produced with one of the publishing "apps" on the library's iPads.
Participants may register by calling Carol McFadden, children's librarian, at 443-5141, Ext. 17 or email email@example.com.
Oral history techniques
Freeport Historical Society is offering an Oral History Interviewing Workshop from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday at Harrington House, 45 Main St.
Community members will be taught how to conduct an oral history session, including preparation and practice interviews. Equipment will also be reviewed.
Society volunteer Molly Graham, a professional oral historian, will instruct.
Cost is $25.
For more details, call 865-3170 or go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music and movement
Kennebunk Free Library will offer a Music and Movement program for children ages 5 through 8 at 4 p.m. Tuesday at 112 Main St.
This new program will feature traditional songs coupled with circle dances and games.
Children will play classics such as "Go In and Out the Windows," and "London Bridge is Falling Down" as well as be introduced to new favorites. Children are asked to pre-register for this program.
All events are free and wheelchair accessible. For more details, call 985-2173 Ext. 5 or go to www.KennebunkLibrary.org.
Cemetery's future on tap
A special meeting of the Evergreen Cemetery Corp. will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Room 306 of the Kennebunk Town Hall.
The purpose of the meeting will be to consider the advisability of dissolving the corporation and transferring its assets to the town of Kennebunk to be held in trust for cemetery purposes.
This meeting is open to all lot owners, their heirs and assigns.
For more details, call Patricia Laroche at 286-6219 or Richard Hastings at 967-4351.
Canine fashion show
Join the Animal Welfare Society Mobile Adoption Team and the House of Hazen for a canine fashion show at 2 p.m. Saturday at Huntington Common, 1 Ross Road.
Proceeds are to benefit the animal shelter.
For more details, call the Animal Welfare Society at 985-3244.
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