Social Events for Seniors

Mornings with Friends


Third Wednesday of every month, 10:00-11:30 am (FREE!). Coffee, tea, and goodies and programs featuring everything from music to baseball to Internet scams. Meets throughout the year. Alternates between Tuttle Road Methodist Church and Congregational Church in Cumberland. FMI: 207-829-2205 or Check calendar for  location and specific details on upcoming programs.

Theater, Music, Shows 


Excursions to theater, music, and show venues scheduled at various times throughout the year, available through the Cumberland Recreation Department, fee. FMI: 207-829-2208 or Check calendar for specific details on upcoming programs.



For more information on upcoming trips, please contact the Cumberland Recreation Department at 829-2208 or .


Prince Memorial Library Activities for Seniors
Thomas Bennett, Adult/Senior Programs
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For events schedules, see the AIP Community Calendar at right or the Prince Memorial Library’s Facebook page. The library provides a cozy, warm place to read in the winter and a cool, relaxing retreat in the summer. Collections include books, DVDs, audio books, newspapers, and magazines. Reference help with medical, government, consumer support, and genealogy inquiries is provided. Frequent free, informative, and entertaining events:


MUSIC & MUFFINS: Live acoustic performances covering a variety of styles and genres, from folk singer-songwriters and Celtic instrumentalists to jazz musicians and classical composers.


AUTHOR TALKS: Maine authors discuss their specialty and answer questions. Books usually available for sale.


LECTURE SERIES: Community members share their expertise on health, gardening, finance, local history, and more.


BOOK GROUPS: Afternoon and evening book groups meet on the third Thursday of the month, September through May. Contact Reference Librarian for book list.


DOMINOES GROUP: Meets every Friday morning at 10 a.m. Coffee provided. All seniors are welcome.


KNITTING GROUP: Meets Wednesday evenings from 6-7:30 p.m. Bring your own project. Meet with friends. Get great advice if you need it.


FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: Supports programs and assists in funding special needs for the library. The annual Fall Book Sale is the group’s main event. Volunteers are needed to sort and organize donated books, fundraise, and work at the sale.




PASSPORT SERVICES: Available by appointment.