Tail-wagging fun fest
Spaulding Memorial Library in Sebago will hold Doggie Days of Summer for canines and their owners Saturday, Aug. 13, from 2-5 p.m. There will be games and activities, such as the Pooper Scooper Race, 100-Paw Dash, Puppy Limbo Party, “Pie” Eating Contest, Paw Art and Bobbing for Tennis Balls. Or, have your
furry friend show off his best moves or costume in the Talent Show.
 
Officer Stubbs will be there with K-9 Vader, along with representatives of 
the Pixel Fund, an animal rescue group that pulls pets from kill shelters, 
and POM of Maine, a Naples-based group with the mission to equip 
rescue teams with oxygen masks for pets.
 
Dog trainer Meghan Terrio of Finish Forward in Scarborough will be the “ring leader” for the events. Event tickets will be sold “carnival style,” and admission is free.
 
The event will be held at the lower ball field behind Sebago Elementary
School. Take Marina Road, off route 114, and across from the fire 
station, to free parking at the field.  Call 653-9145 or the library at 787-2321 for more information or to check on weather delays.

Summer reading success

The Summer Reading Program has ended at the Steep Falls Library, culminating with a well-attended Mad Science Olympic program and a cookout. This summer’s program, headed up by Caroline Nickerson, was great success with lots of family participation.

Anthony Zerillo was the winner of a drawing for a Amazon Fire Kids Edition tablet.

The library will be closed for renovations until Sept. 12.

Wedding on the beach

Tristan Bunker and Peter Cesys of Hobart Tasmania, Austrailia, married on the beach on Wards Cove Aug. 6

Guests included two sisters and many friends from Australia. Elizabeth Edwards, 101, performed the ceremony. A reception followed on Sand Bar Cove.

Bunker is employed at the Museum of Odd and New Art in Hobart. Cesys is a paramedic for the Tasmania Ambulance Service.

Children participating in the Steep Falls Library Summer Reading Program listen and learn during a Mad Science presentation.


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