Saturday April 17, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

Monday April 19, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Library Closed - Patriots' Day

The library is closed today, April 19th, in observance of Patriots' Day.

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

The library is closed today, April 19th, in observance of Patriots' Day.

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

Tuesday April 20, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

 
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5:45 PM - 5:45 PM
FPL Fiction Book Club

The FPL Fiction Book Club continues ... online for now!  Please note the special time of 5:45 p.m. this month. We have started a new six-month theme, genre fiction. This month, we will be reading a science fiction book, The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula Le Guin. To get your copy, please request one in the CLAMS catalog, or call 508-457-2555 x 7.

Since it is a Zoom program, you will need to register to receive the Zoom link. You can do so at falmouthpubliclibrary.org/events. Registration is open till 4 pm on the evening of the club meeting-if you would like to register after it has closed, please call the reference desk!

CONTACT: Reference Department  508-457-2555 x 7   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom
There are 17 spaces available.

The FPL Fiction Book Club continues ... online for now!  Please note the special time of 5:45 p.m. this month. We have started a new six-month theme, genre fiction. This month, we will be reading a science fiction book, The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula Le Guin. To get your copy, please request one in the CLAMS catalog, or call 508-457-2555 x 7.

Since it is a Zoom program, you will need to register to receive the Zoom link. You can do so at falmouthpubliclibrary.org/events. Registration is open till 4 pm on the evening of the club meeting-if you would like to register after it has closed, please call the reference desk!

CONTACT:
  Reference Department
  508.457.2555 x 7  
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

There are 17 spaces available.

 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Joy of Learning - You've Got Soul

If you are joining after the registration period has ended, please go to the registration for the next class!

A look at the Black American musical roots of American popular music, and the intersection of Black music genres and social conditions that led to the rise of Soul music in the late 1950s.

The rise of the record industry in the early 1900s reflected the racial and social segregation of American society, creating music categories: Pop, Hillbilly (later called Country) and Colored. While the names changed over the years, the genres and social attitudes remained the same.

As Black America began to actively question the human rights violations of a racist society, the music began to reflect the experiences and pride of a people and heritage of survival.

Why does Soul music sound so different in different parts of the country? What happened to soul music? Who are some legendary and contemporary soul artists?

Instructor Mwalim (Morgan James Peters) is a multi-award-winning storyteller/spoken word artist, playwright, oral historian, musician, filmmaker, and educator. Born in Bronx, NY and raised in both New York and Mashpee, MA, he is a trained violist, jazz pianist and composer. As an iconic part of the east coast underground art and music scenes for over 35 years, his stages have included theaters, schools, street corners, libraries, galleries, museums, festivals, powwows, jails, nightclubs, temples, community centers, and colleges throughout the country. His latest works include a novel, Land of the Black Squirrels and a forthcoming album projects by his multi- Grammy nominated soul-funk band The GroovaLottos, and a solo jazz album. He is a tenured Associate Professor of English & Communications and Black Studies at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

Registration is required. Please register only if you didn't register for the first or second class and are joining after-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before class. You only need to register once- the Zoom link will automatically be sent each week to those who have registered under any session!

CONTACT: Reference Department  508-457-2555 x 7  info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

If you are joining after the registration period has ended, please go to the registration for the next class!

A look at the Black American musical roots of American popular music, and the intersection of Black music genres and social conditions that led to the rise of Soul music in the late 1950s.

The rise of the record industry in the early 1900s reflected the racial and social segregation of American society, creating music categories: Pop, Hillbilly (later called Country) and Colored. While the names changed over the years, the genres and social attitudes remained the same.

As Black America began to actively question the human rights violations of a racist society, the music began to reflect the experiences and pride of a people and heritage of survival.

Why does Soul music sound so different in different parts of the country? What happened to soul music? Who are some legendary and contemporary soul artists?

Instructor Mwalim (Morgan James Peters) is a multi-award-winning storyteller/spoken word artist, playwright, oral historian, musician, filmmaker, and educator. Born in Bronx, NY and raised in both New York and Mashpee, MA, he is a trained violist, jazz pianist and composer. As an iconic part of the east coast underground art and music scenes for over 35 years, his stages have included theaters, schools, street corners, libraries, galleries, museums, festivals, powwows, jails, nightclubs, temples, community centers, and colleges throughout the country. His latest works include a novel, Land of the Black Squirrels and a forthcoming album projects by his multi- Grammy nominated soul-funk band The GroovaLottos, and a solo jazz album. He is a tenured Associate Professor of English & Communications and Black Studies at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

Registration is required. Please register only if you didn't register for the first or second class and are joining after-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before class. You only need to register once- the Zoom link will automatically be sent each week to those who have registered under any session!

CONTACT:
  Reference Department
  508.457.2555 x 7
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom


Wednesday April 21, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

 

STEAM Gem

Let's learn about Earth Day with this Sun print activity. STEAM Gems are designed for ages 5 and up, but younger children may enjoy with adult help. Kits are available while supplies last. 

CONTACT: Youth Services  508-457-2555  ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

STEAM Gem

Let's learn about Earth Day with this Sun print activity. STEAM Gems are designed for ages 5 and up, but younger children may enjoy with adult help. Kits are available while supplies last. 

CONTACT:
  Youth Services
  508.457.2555
   ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

Thursday April 22, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

 
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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Joy of Learning-Sensing in Aquatic Animals

Thursdays, April 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

If you are joining after the registration period has ended, please go to the registration for the next class! If you wish to register for this session once it has started, call the Reference Desk at 508-457-2555 x 7 to get the link.

This class will be offered by Jelle Atema, PhD, professor emeritus at Boston University, and guest scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Dominance, memory, courtship, navigation, homing, feeding behavior…what information do marine and freshwater animals need and how do they extract it? This series of four lectures addresses the sensory biology of aquatic animals based largely on four “model species”: lobsters, sharks, catfish, and larval reef fishes, one species per lecture. For example, can lobsters really remember the smell of another individual? Can sharks really sense a drop of blood a mile away? Why can catfish smell and taste under water? How can half-inch long fish larvae avoid being carried away in the big ocean? The lectures are based primarily on research in the “Atema Lab” in Woods Hole, as well as other labs and field studies in Australia and Cape Cod.

Week 3's topic will be sharks!

Registration is required. Please register only if you didn't register for the first or second class and are joining after-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before class. You only need to register once- the Zoom link will automatically be sent each week to those who have registered under any session!

 

CONTACT: Reference Department  508-457-2555 x 7   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursdays, April 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

If you are joining after the registration period has ended, please go to the registration for the next class! If you wish to register for this session once it has started, call the Reference Desk at 508-457-2555 x 7 to get the link.

This class will be offered by Jelle Atema, PhD, professor emeritus at Boston University, and guest scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Dominance, memory, courtship, navigation, homing, feeding behavior…what information do marine and freshwater animals need and how do they extract it? This series of four lectures addresses the sensory biology of aquatic animals based largely on four “model species”: lobsters, sharks, catfish, and larval reef fishes, one species per lecture. For example, can lobsters really remember the smell of another individual? Can sharks really sense a drop of blood a mile away? Why can catfish smell and taste under water? How can half-inch long fish larvae avoid being carried away in the big ocean? The lectures are based primarily on research in the “Atema Lab” in Woods Hole, as well as other labs and field studies in Australia and Cape Cod.

Week 3's topic will be sharks!

Registration is required. Please register only if you didn't register for the first or second class and are joining after-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before class. You only need to register once- the Zoom link will automatically be sent each week to those who have registered under any session!

 

CONTACT:
  Reference Department
  508.457.2555 x 7  
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom


Friday April 23, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

Saturday April 24, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

Monday April 26, 2021
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Joy of Learning - Their Eyes Were Watching God

Mondays, April 5, 12, 26 and May 3, 2021, 10:00 AM -11:00 AM (doesn't meet Monday, 4/19)

If you are joining after the registration period has ended, please go to the registration for the next class!

Hurston’s poetic language, female hero, and folk traditions combine to tell the powerful story of a woman who defied all that was expected of her.

Through shared inquiry, participants will explore the ideas, meaning, and themes presented in Their Eyes Were Watching God with a focus on the language and folklore, which Hurston uses to explore Janie’s search for her authentic self and for real love.

Joanne Holcomb, retired English teacher of 35 years and English/language arts department head for 14 years at Falmouth High School, will lead a 4-session discussion on Zoom. She has taught several literature classes for us at Joy of Learning!

You are encouraged to obtain your copy from the CLAMS library system-you can do that online, or contact the reference department if you would like assistance with that. Please finish chapters 1-15 before the third session-a more detailed syllabus will be emailed to you before the class. As it is a literature discussion class, space is limited, so please register early to ensure that you can attend.

Registration is required. Please register only if you didn't register for the first or second class and are joining after-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before class. You only need to register once- the Zoom link will automatically be sent each week to those who have registered under any session!

CONTACT: Reference Department  508-457-2555 x 7  info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Mondays, April 5, 12, 26 and May 3, 2021, 10:00 AM -11:00 AM (doesn't meet Monday, 4/19)

If you are joining after the registration period has ended, please go to the registration for the next class!

Hurston’s poetic language, female hero, and folk traditions combine to tell the powerful story of a woman who defied all that was expected of her.

Through shared inquiry, participants will explore the ideas, meaning, and themes presented in Their Eyes Were Watching God with a focus on the language and folklore, which Hurston uses to explore Janie’s search for her authentic self and for real love.

Joanne Holcomb, retired English teacher of 35 years and English/language arts department head for 14 years at Falmouth High School, will lead a 4-session discussion on Zoom. She has taught several literature classes for us at Joy of Learning!

You are encouraged to obtain your copy from the CLAMS library system-you can do that online, or contact the reference department if you would like assistance with that. Please finish chapters 1-15 before the third session-a more detailed syllabus will be emailed to you before the class. As it is a literature discussion class, space is limited, so please register early to ensure that you can attend.

Registration is required. Please register only if you didn't register for the first or second class and are joining after-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before class. You only need to register once- the Zoom link will automatically be sent each week to those who have registered under any session!

CONTACT:
  Reference Department
  508.457.2555 x 7
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom


 
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

 
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10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Overview of Homebound Services
Please join Laura Wool, Falmouth Public Library's Homebound Librarian, to learn about how Falmouth Public Library can help you get books, movies, or magazines without the need for a computer or internet access.
Tammy Amon, Head of Circulation, will also be on hand to answer your questions about in-person services at the library.
 
You can attend on Zoom or by Telephone
Registration is required, so we can send you log in/phone in instructions before the event.

TO REGISTER

Telephone the Adult Services Department: 508-457-2555  x 7

Or sign up online by clicking on the green Register button below.

CONTACT: Adult Serivces Department  508-457-2555 x 7  info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom
There are 10 spaces available.
Please join Laura Wool, Falmouth Public Library's Homebound Librarian, to learn about how Falmouth Public Library can help you get books, movies, or magazines without the need for a computer or internet access.
Tammy Amon, Head of Circulation, will also be on hand to answer your questions about in-person services at the library.
 
You can attend on Zoom or by Telephone
Registration is required, so we can send you log in/phone in instructions before the event.

TO REGISTER

Telephone the Adult Services Department: 508-457-2555  x 7

Or sign up online by clicking on the green Register button below.

CONTACT:
  Adult Serivces Department
  508.457.2555 x 7
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

There are 10 spaces available.

Tuesday April 27, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

 
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Joy of Learning - You've Got Soul

The Falmouth Public Library has offered Joy of Learning classes for many years, in April and October. Joy of Learning classes are taught by educators and other experts on a volunteer basis and are free to the public.  They are designed for adults or for teens at a high school/college learning level. Come learn something new and have fun! This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Falmouth Public Library.

This class is a look at the Black American musical roots of American popular music, and the intersection of Black music genres and social conditions that led to the rise of Soul music in the late 1950s.

The rise of the record industry in the early 1900s reflected the racial and social segregation of American society, creating music categories: Pop, Hillbilly (later called Country) and Colored. While the names changed over the years, the genres and social attitudes remained the same.

As Black America began to actively question the human rights violations of a racist society, the music began to reflect the experiences and pride of a people and heritage of survival.

Why does Soul music sound so different in different parts of the country? What happened to soul music? Who are some legendary and contemporary soul artists?

Instructor Mwalim (Morgan James Peters) is a multi-award-winning storyteller/spoken word artist, playwright, oral historian, musician, filmmaker, and educator. Born in Bronx, NY and raised in both New York and Mashpee, MA, he is a trained violist, jazz pianist and composer. As an iconic part of the east coast underground art and music scenes for over 35 years, his stages have included theaters, schools, street corners, libraries, galleries, museums, festivals, powwows, jails, nightclubs, temples, community centers, and colleges throughout the country. His latest works include a novel, Land of the Black Squirrels and a forthcoming album project by his multi- Grammy nominated soul-funk band The GroovaLottos, and a solo jazz album. He is a tenured Associate Professor of English & Communications and Black Studies at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

Registration is required. Please register only if you didn't register for any previous meetings and are joining after-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before class. Anyone who has already registered for earlier sessions will get each week's link!

CONTACT: Reference Department  508+457-2555 x 7  info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

The Falmouth Public Library has offered Joy of Learning classes for many years, in April and October. Joy of Learning classes are taught by educators and other experts on a volunteer basis and are free to the public.  They are designed for adults or for teens at a high school/college learning level. Come learn something new and have fun! This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Falmouth Public Library.

This class is a look at the Black American musical roots of American popular music, and the intersection of Black music genres and social conditions that led to the rise of Soul music in the late 1950s.

The rise of the record industry in the early 1900s reflected the racial and social segregation of American society, creating music categories: Pop, Hillbilly (later called Country) and Colored. While the names changed over the years, the genres and social attitudes remained the same.

As Black America began to actively question the human rights violations of a racist society, the music began to reflect the experiences and pride of a people and heritage of survival.

Why does Soul music sound so different in different parts of the country? What happened to soul music? Who are some legendary and contemporary soul artists?

Instructor Mwalim (Morgan James Peters) is a multi-award-winning storyteller/spoken word artist, playwright, oral historian, musician, filmmaker, and educator. Born in Bronx, NY and raised in both New York and Mashpee, MA, he is a trained violist, jazz pianist and composer. As an iconic part of the east coast underground art and music scenes for over 35 years, his stages have included theaters, schools, street corners, libraries, galleries, museums, festivals, powwows, jails, nightclubs, temples, community centers, and colleges throughout the country. His latest works include a novel, Land of the Black Squirrels and a forthcoming album project by his multi- Grammy nominated soul-funk band The GroovaLottos, and a solo jazz album. He is a tenured Associate Professor of English & Communications and Black Studies at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

Registration is required. Please register only if you didn't register for any previous meetings and are joining after-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before class. Anyone who has already registered for earlier sessions will get each week's link!

CONTACT:
  Reference Department
  508+457.2555 x 7
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

Wednesday April 28, 2021

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  This week is pledge week at WCAI, so there will be a repeat episode. You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org. 

LOCATION: WCAI

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  This week is pledge week at WCAI, so there will be a repeat episode. You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org. 

LOCATION: WCAI

 
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

 

STEAM Gem

What makes a top spin? Let's find out with this STEAM Gem kit! Decorate your own top. Kits are available while supplies last. 

STEAM Gems aare designed for ages 5 and up, but younger children may enjoy with adult help.

 

 

 

 

CONTACT: Youth Services   508-457-2555  ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Youth Services

STEAM Gem

What makes a top spin? Let's find out with this STEAM Gem kit! Decorate your own top. Kits are available while supplies last. 

STEAM Gems aare designed for ages 5 and up, but younger children may enjoy with adult help.

 

 

 

 

CONTACT:
  Youth Services 
  508.457.2555
   ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Youth Services

Thursday April 29, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

 
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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Joy of Learning-Sensing in Aquatic Animals

Thursdays, April 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

This class will be offered by Jelle Atema, PhD, professor emeritus at Boston University, and guest scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Dominance, memory, courtship, navigation, homing, feeding behavior…what information do marine and freshwater animals need and how do they extract it? This series of four lectures addresses the sensory biology of aquatic animals based largely on four “model species”: lobsters, sharks, catfish, and larval reef fishes, one species per lecture. For example, can lobsters really remember the smell of another individual? Can sharks really sense a drop of blood a mile away? Why can catfish smell and taste under water? How can half-inch long fish larvae avoid being carried away in the big ocean? The lectures are based primarily on research in the “Atema Lab” in Woods Hole, as well as other labs and field studies in Australia and Cape Cod.

Registration is required. Please register only if you didn't register for the first class and are joining after-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before class. You only need to register once- the Zoom link will automatically be sent each week to those who have registered under any session!

 

CONTACT: Reference Department  508-457-2555 x 7   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursdays, April 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

This class will be offered by Jelle Atema, PhD, professor emeritus at Boston University, and guest scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Dominance, memory, courtship, navigation, homing, feeding behavior…what information do marine and freshwater animals need and how do they extract it? This series of four lectures addresses the sensory biology of aquatic animals based largely on four “model species”: lobsters, sharks, catfish, and larval reef fishes, one species per lecture. For example, can lobsters really remember the smell of another individual? Can sharks really sense a drop of blood a mile away? Why can catfish smell and taste under water? How can half-inch long fish larvae avoid being carried away in the big ocean? The lectures are based primarily on research in the “Atema Lab” in Woods Hole, as well as other labs and field studies in Australia and Cape Cod.

Registration is required. Please register only if you didn't register for the first class and are joining after-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before class. You only need to register once- the Zoom link will automatically be sent each week to those who have registered under any session!

 

CONTACT:
  Reference Department
  508.457.2555 x 7  
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Friday April 30, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

Saturday May 1, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Free Pickup

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT: Adult Circulation Desk  508-457-2555 x5  tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library
There are 20 spaces available.

Please make your appointment for the day you plan to pick up your items. You CANNOT pick up your items until the day after you receive notifcation of their arrival (by email, text, or phone) at the earliest.

We are open to the public for picking up your holds near the Service Desk on the first floor of the Main Library. If you are not yet comfortable with being inside the main part of the the building we have an option for you to pick up your holds - Contact Free Pickup.

Contact Free Pickup Location: In the hallway outside the Hermann Meeting Room on the lower level. Your items will be checked out to you already and in a brown bag with your name on it.

Contact Free Pickup is an extra step from the usual process and requires an extra day after your receive your notification that your holds are ready. You can use this form to schedue an appointment or call the library at 508-457-2555.

CONTACT:
  Adult Circulation Desk
  508.457.2555 x5
   tamon@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

There are 20 spaces available.

Monday May 3, 2021
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Joy of Learning - Their Eyes Were Watching God

Mondays, April 5, 12, 26 and May 3, 2021, 10:00 AM -11:00 AM (doesn't meet Monday, 4/19)

Hurston’s poetic language, female hero, and folk traditions combine to tell the powerful story of a woman who defied all that was expected of her.

Through shared inquiry, participants will explore the ideas, meaning, and themes presented in Their Eyes Were Watching God with a focus on the language and folklore, which Hurston uses to explore Janie’s search for her authentic self and for real love.

Joanne Holcomb, retired English teacher of 35 years and English/language arts department head for 14 years at Falmouth High School, will lead a 4-session discussion on Zoom. She has taught several literature classes for us at Joy of Learning!

You are encouraged to obtain your copy from the CLAMS library system-you can do that online, or contact the reference department if you would like assistance with that. Please finish the book before this final session-a more detailed syllabus will be emailed to you before the class. As it is a literature discussion class, space is limited, so please register early to ensure that you can attend.

Please register only once on the April 5th listing, even if it is after the 5th-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before each week's class!

CONTACT: Reference Department  508-457-2555 x 7   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Mondays, April 5, 12, 26 and May 3, 2021, 10:00 AM -11:00 AM (doesn't meet Monday, 4/19)

Hurston’s poetic language, female hero, and folk traditions combine to tell the powerful story of a woman who defied all that was expected of her.

Through shared inquiry, participants will explore the ideas, meaning, and themes presented in Their Eyes Were Watching God with a focus on the language and folklore, which Hurston uses to explore Janie’s search for her authentic self and for real love.

Joanne Holcomb, retired English teacher of 35 years and English/language arts department head for 14 years at Falmouth High School, will lead a 4-session discussion on Zoom. She has taught several literature classes for us at Joy of Learning!

You are encouraged to obtain your copy from the CLAMS library system-you can do that online, or contact the reference department if you would like assistance with that. Please finish the book before this final session-a more detailed syllabus will be emailed to you before the class. As it is a literature discussion class, space is limited, so please register early to ensure that you can attend.

Please register only once on the April 5th listing, even if it is after the 5th-you will then receive the Zoom link in a separate email before each week's class!

CONTACT:
  Reference Department
  508.457.2555 x 7  
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Wednesday May 5, 2021

STEAM Gem

Let's learn about the life cycle of plants. Make your own wooden flower magnet with this STEAM Gem kit. 

STEAM Gems are appropriate for ages 5 and up, but younger children may enjoy them with adult help.

Kits are available for pick up in the Youth Services room while supplies last.

CONTACT: Youth Services  508-457-2555   ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

STEAM Gem

Let's learn about the life cycle of plants. Make your own wooden flower magnet with this STEAM Gem kit. 

STEAM Gems are appropriate for ages 5 and up, but younger children may enjoy them with adult help.

Kits are available for pick up in the Youth Services room while supplies last.

CONTACT:
  Youth Services
  508.457.2555 
   ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

 
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2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
An Introduction to the Life, Natural World and Poetry of Mary Oliver

We are delighted to welcome Andrea Brandeis, for a Zoom presentation on Mary Oliver’s poetry, by the Falmouth Public Library!

Mary Oliver was one of America’s greatest, most beloved, and often quoted poets. She was a prolific and decorated poet whose honors include the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. Her poetry explored the link between nature and the spiritual world-her love of the natural world is the soul of her writing. She lived in Provincetown from 1964-2014.

In this introductory presentation, we will read and discuss some of the best poems from her book, Devotions (no book copy needed), and learn about her life. Participants’ spirits will be soothed and they will be reminded of the world’s beauty through this connection and exploration of Mary Oliver’s natural world and poetry.

Andrea specializes in programs that excite, delight and keep people engaged.  Andrea has co-facilitated this program as a Lifelong Learning course and used the poetry and teachings of Mary Oliver in many programs including Aspirations, an Aging Mastery Program, yoga programs and series. 

This event is free and appropriate for adults and teens.  Registration is required before the event, to receive the link. Please register by clicking the "Register" button below, or contact the reference department at 508-457-2555 x 7. The Zoom link will be emailed to you in a separate message, before the event.

CONTACT: Reference Department  508-457-2555 x 7  info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

We are delighted to welcome Andrea Brandeis, for a Zoom presentation on Mary Oliver’s poetry, by the Falmouth Public Library!

Mary Oliver was one of America’s greatest, most beloved, and often quoted poets. She was a prolific and decorated poet whose honors include the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. Her poetry explored the link between nature and the spiritual world-her love of the natural world is the soul of her writing. She lived in Provincetown from 1964-2014.

In this introductory presentation, we will read and discuss some of the best poems from her book, Devotions (no book copy needed), and learn about her life. Participants’ spirits will be soothed and they will be reminded of the world’s beauty through this connection and exploration of Mary Oliver’s natural world and poetry.

Andrea specializes in programs that excite, delight and keep people engaged.  Andrea has co-facilitated this program as a Lifelong Learning course and used the poetry and teachings of Mary Oliver in many programs including Aspirations, an Aging Mastery Program, yoga programs and series. 

This event is free and appropriate for adults and teens.  Registration is required before the event, to receive the link. Please register by clicking the "Register" button below, or contact the reference department at 508-457-2555 x 7. The Zoom link will be emailed to you in a separate message, before the event.

CONTACT:
  Reference Department
  508.457.2555 x 7
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom


Thursday May 6, 2021
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Narrative Nonfiction Book Club

Monthly meeting of the Narrative Nonfiction Book Club.  This month we will discuss The Falcon Thief: a true tale of adventure, treachery, and the hunt for the perfect bird by Joshua Hammer, via Zoom.  If you need assistance obtaining a copy of the book, contact the Adult Services department.

Register between April 2, 2021 and noon on May 5, 2021.  After that time, contact the Adult Services department to request a Zoom invitation.

CONTACT: Adult Services  508-457-25557 x 7  info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom
There are 20 spaces available.

Monthly meeting of the Narrative Nonfiction Book Club.  This month we will discuss The Falcon Thief: a true tale of adventure, treachery, and the hunt for the perfect bird by Joshua Hammer, via Zoom.  If you need assistance obtaining a copy of the book, contact the Adult Services department.

Register between April 2, 2021 and noon on May 5, 2021.  After that time, contact the Adult Services department to request a Zoom invitation.

CONTACT:
  Adult Services
  508.457.25557 x 7
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

There are 20 spaces available.

Wednesday May 12, 2021

STEAM Gem

Let's learn about insects! With this fun craft, you will make your own decorative insect. STEAM Gems are appropriate for ages 5 and up but younger children may enjoy with adult help. 

Kits are available for pickup in the Youth Services Room while supplies last. 

CONTACT: Youth Services  508-457-2555   ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Youth Services

STEAM Gem

Let's learn about insects! With this fun craft, you will make your own decorative insect. STEAM Gems are appropriate for ages 5 and up but younger children may enjoy with adult help. 

Kits are available for pickup in the Youth Services Room while supplies last. 

CONTACT:
  Youth Services
  508.457.2555 
   ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Youth Services

 
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7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
The Garden Tourist

By popular demand, we are delighted to welcome garden designer and author Jana Milbocker back for an encore Zoom presentation!

Do you enjoy beautiful gardens? In this armchair tour of some of the best public gardens and hidden gems of New England, you will learn about each garden’s history, horticultural highlights and special events that will inspire you to plan your own visit!

 Jana combines horticulture, design, and travel tips to educate, inspire and delight both new and seasoned gardeners. She loves to visit gardens and historic sites in the U.S. and abroad, and share her trips through her books, photos and blog. She published The Garden Tourist: 120 Destination Gardens and Nurseries in the Northeast in 2018, and The Garden Tourist’s New England in 2020, both available at the library.

 She has lectured at flower shows in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, New York and New Jersey, as well as a multitude of horticultural societies, garden clubs, and libraries in the Northeast. She is the owner of Enchanted Gardens, a landscape design firm in the Boston area. She is the past president of the Holliston Garden Club, and she is active in the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, Massachusetts Horticultural Society, and GardenComm International.

 This event is free and appropriate for adults and teens, and is sponsored by the Friends of the Falmouth Public Library.  Registration is required before the event. Please register by clicking the box below, or contact the reference department.

CONTACT: Reference Department  508-457-2555 x 7   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

By popular demand, we are delighted to welcome garden designer and author Jana Milbocker back for an encore Zoom presentation!

Do you enjoy beautiful gardens? In this armchair tour of some of the best public gardens and hidden gems of New England, you will learn about each garden’s history, horticultural highlights and special events that will inspire you to plan your own visit!

 Jana combines horticulture, design, and travel tips to educate, inspire and delight both new and seasoned gardeners. She loves to visit gardens and historic sites in the U.S. and abroad, and share her trips through her books, photos and blog. She published The Garden Tourist: 120 Destination Gardens and Nurseries in the Northeast in 2018, and The Garden Tourist’s New England in 2020, both available at the library.

 She has lectured at flower shows in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, New York and New Jersey, as well as a multitude of horticultural societies, garden clubs, and libraries in the Northeast. She is the owner of Enchanted Gardens, a landscape design firm in the Boston area. She is the past president of the Holliston Garden Club, and she is active in the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, Massachusetts Horticultural Society, and GardenComm International.

 This event is free and appropriate for adults and teens, and is sponsored by the Friends of the Falmouth Public Library.  Registration is required before the event. Please register by clicking the box below, or contact the reference department.

CONTACT:
  Reference Department
  508.457.2555 x 7  
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom


Tuesday May 18, 2021
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
FPL Fiction Book Club

The FPL Fiction Book Club continues ... online for now!  Please note the new time of 6 p.m. We are partly through a six-month theme of genre fiction. This month, we will be reading a romance novel, Beach Read by Emily Henry. To get your copy, please request one in the CLAMS catalog, or call 508-457-2555 x 7.

Since it is a Zoom program, you will need to register to receive the Zoom link. You can do so at falmouthpubliclibrary.org/events. Registration is open till 4 pm on the evening of the club meeting-if you would like to register after it has closed, please call the reference desk!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

The FPL Fiction Book Club continues ... online for now!  Please note the new time of 6 p.m. We are partly through a six-month theme of genre fiction. This month, we will be reading a romance novel, Beach Read by Emily Henry. To get your copy, please request one in the CLAMS catalog, or call 508-457-2555 x 7.

Since it is a Zoom program, you will need to register to receive the Zoom link. You can do so at falmouthpubliclibrary.org/events. Registration is open till 4 pm on the evening of the club meeting-if you would like to register after it has closed, please call the reference desk!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom


Wednesday May 19, 2021

STEAM Gem

Let's learn about the Solar System! Create your own representation of the Solar System with this sticker chart activity. STEAM Gems are appropriate for ages 5 and up but younger children may enjoy with adult help. Kits are available for pickup in the Youth Services Room while supplies last. 

CONTACT: Youth Services  508-457-2555   ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Youth Services

STEAM Gem

Let's learn about the Solar System! Create your own representation of the Solar System with this sticker chart activity. STEAM Gems are appropriate for ages 5 and up but younger children may enjoy with adult help. Kits are available for pickup in the Youth Services Room while supplies last. 

CONTACT:
  Youth Services
  508.457.2555 
   ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Youth Services

 
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4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Virtual Mystery Book Group: First & Lasts

The Virtual Mystery Book Group is a permanently virtual book group focusing on mysteries. It meets 9 times a year by Zoom on a Wednesday from 4:30-5:30. A new theme will be explored for 3 months in a row at 3 times during the year. 

Theme: First and Lasts - Reading both the first and last book in completed series

May 19: Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot series

  • First: The Mysterious Affair at Styles, published in 1920 
  • Last: Curtain, published in 1975

Please register to receive a Zoom link to participate. 

This theme will also be  explored at meetings on June 9 & July 14.

Future Themes

  • Beyond the Bridge: Set in distinctive locales other than on Cape Cod. 2021: September 8, October 13 & November 10
  • Short Stories: Short stories by one or more authors collected in one book. 2022: January 12, February 9 & March 9
CONTACT: Adult Services   508-457-2555 x 7  info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom
There are 23 spaces available.

The Virtual Mystery Book Group is a permanently virtual book group focusing on mysteries. It meets 9 times a year by Zoom on a Wednesday from 4:30-5:30. A new theme will be explored for 3 months in a row at 3 times during the year. 

Theme: First and Lasts - Reading both the first and last book in completed series

May 19: Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot series

  • First: The Mysterious Affair at Styles, published in 1920 
  • Last: Curtain, published in 1975

Please register to receive a Zoom link to participate. 

This theme will also be  explored at meetings on June 9 & July 14.

Future Themes

  • Beyond the Bridge: Set in distinctive locales other than on Cape Cod. 2021: September 8, October 13 & November 10
  • Short Stories: Short stories by one or more authors collected in one book. 2022: January 12, February 9 & March 9
CONTACT:
  Adult Services 
  508.457.2555 x 7
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

There are 23 spaces available.

Wednesday May 26, 2021

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

 

STEAM Gem

What does Thermochromic mean?  Let's find out! You can experiment with heat sensitive paper with this fun sctivity. STEAM Gems are appropriate for ages 5 and up but younger children may enjoy with adult help. Kits are available for pickup in the Youth Services Room while supplies last. 

CONTACT: Youth Services  508-457-2555   ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Youth Services

STEAM Gem

What does Thermochromic mean?  Let's find out! You can experiment with heat sensitive paper with this fun sctivity. STEAM Gems are appropriate for ages 5 and up but younger children may enjoy with adult help. Kits are available for pickup in the Youth Services Room while supplies last. 

CONTACT:
  Youth Services
  508.457.2555 
   ys@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Youth Services

Monday May 31, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Library Closed - Memorial Day

The library is closed today, May 31st, in observance of Memorial Day.

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

The library is closed today, May 31st, in observance of Memorial Day.

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

Thursday June 3, 2021
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Narrative Nonfiction Book Club

Monthly meeting of the Narrative Nonfiction Book Club.  This month we will discuss House of Stone: a memoir of home, family, and a lost Middle East  by Anthony Shadid, via Zoom.  If you need assistance obtaining a copy of the book, contact the Adult Services department.

Register between May 7, 2021 and noon on June 2, 2021.  After that time, contact the Adult Services department to request a Zoom invitation.

CONTACT: Adult Services  508-457-25557 x 7  info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Monthly meeting of the Narrative Nonfiction Book Club.  This month we will discuss House of Stone: a memoir of home, family, and a lost Middle East  by Anthony Shadid, via Zoom.  If you need assistance obtaining a copy of the book, contact the Adult Services department.

Register between May 7, 2021 and noon on June 2, 2021.  After that time, contact the Adult Services department to request a Zoom invitation.

CONTACT:
  Adult Services
  508.457.25557 x 7
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Wednesday June 9, 2021
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4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Virtual Mystery Book Group: First & Lasts

The Virtual Mystery Book Group is a permanently virtual book group focusing on mysteries. It meets 9 times a year by Zoom on a Wednesday from 4:30-5:30. A new theme will be explored for 3 months in a row at 3 times during the year. 

Theme: First and Lasts - Reading both the first and last book in completed series

June 9: Nevada Barr's Anna Pigeon Series

  • First: Track of the Cat, published in 1993
  • Last: Boar Island, published in 2016

This theme will also be explored at a meetings July 14.

Please register to receive a Zoom link to participate. 

Future Themes

  • Beyond the Bridge: Set in distinctive locales other than on Cape Cod. 2021: September 8, October 13 & November 10
  • Short Stories: Short stories by one or more authors collected in one book. 2022: January 12, February 9 & March 9
CONTACT: Adult Services   508-457-2555 x 7  info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom
There are 25 spaces available.

The Virtual Mystery Book Group is a permanently virtual book group focusing on mysteries. It meets 9 times a year by Zoom on a Wednesday from 4:30-5:30. A new theme will be explored for 3 months in a row at 3 times during the year. 

Theme: First and Lasts - Reading both the first and last book in completed series

June 9: Nevada Barr's Anna Pigeon Series

  • First: Track of the Cat, published in 1993
  • Last: Boar Island, published in 2016

This theme will also be explored at a meetings July 14.

Please register to receive a Zoom link to participate. 

Future Themes

  • Beyond the Bridge: Set in distinctive locales other than on Cape Cod. 2021: September 8, October 13 & November 10
  • Short Stories: Short stories by one or more authors collected in one book. 2022: January 12, February 9 & March 9
CONTACT:
  Adult Services 
  508.457.2555 x 7
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

There are 25 spaces available.

Tuesday June 15, 2021
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
FPL Fiction Book Club

The FPL Fiction Book Club continues ... online for now!  Please note the new time of 6 p.m. We are in the midst of a 6-month theme, genre fiction. This month, we will be reading a fantasy novel, Gods of Jade and Shadow by Silvia Morena-Garcia. To get your copy, please request one in the CLAMS catalog, or call 508-457-2555 x 7.

Since it is a Zoom program, you will need to register to receive the Zoom link. You can do so at falmouthpubliclibrary.org/events. Registration is open till 4 pm on the evening of the club meeting-if you would like to register after it has closed, please call the reference desk!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

The FPL Fiction Book Club continues ... online for now!  Please note the new time of 6 p.m. We are in the midst of a 6-month theme, genre fiction. This month, we will be reading a fantasy novel, Gods of Jade and Shadow by Silvia Morena-Garcia. To get your copy, please request one in the CLAMS catalog, or call 508-457-2555 x 7.

Since it is a Zoom program, you will need to register to receive the Zoom link. You can do so at falmouthpubliclibrary.org/events. Registration is open till 4 pm on the evening of the club meeting-if you would like to register after it has closed, please call the reference desk!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom


Thursday June 24, 2021
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6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Teen / Adult Trivia Night

Teen / Adult Trivia night with Cubey.  Come compete against other families for great prizes - this will be a lively event on the library lawn!  

Teen / Adult Trivia night with Cubey.  Come compete against other families for great prizes - this will be a lively event on the library lawn!  

Wednesday June 30, 2021

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Monday July 5, 2021
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10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Library Closed - Fourth of July

The library is closed today, July 5th, in observance of the Fourth of July.

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

The library is closed today, July 5th, in observance of the Fourth of July.

LOCATION: Falmouth Public Library

Wednesday July 14, 2021
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4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Virtual Mystery Book Group: First & Lasts

The Virtual Mystery Book Group is a permanently virtual book group focusing on mysteries. It meets 9 times a year by Zoom on a Wednesday from 4:30-5:30. A new theme will be explored for 3 months in a row at 3 times during the year. 

Theme: First and Lasts - Reading both the first and last book in completed series

June 9: Philp R. Craig's Martha's Vineyard Series

  • First: A Beautiful Place to Die, published in 1989
  • Last: Vineyard Chill, published in 2008

Please register to receive a Zoom link to participate. 

Future Themes

  • Beyond the Bridge: Set in distinctive locales other than on Cape Cod. 2021: September 8, October 13 & November 10
  • Short Stories: Short stories by one or more authors collected in one book. 2022: January 12, February 9 & March 9
CONTACT: Adult Services   508-457-2555 x 7  info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org
LOCATION: Online via Zoom
There are 25 spaces available.

The Virtual Mystery Book Group is a permanently virtual book group focusing on mysteries. It meets 9 times a year by Zoom on a Wednesday from 4:30-5:30. A new theme will be explored for 3 months in a row at 3 times during the year. 

Theme: First and Lasts - Reading both the first and last book in completed series

June 9: Philp R. Craig's Martha's Vineyard Series

  • First: A Beautiful Place to Die, published in 1989
  • Last: Vineyard Chill, published in 2008

Please register to receive a Zoom link to participate. 

Future Themes

  • Beyond the Bridge: Set in distinctive locales other than on Cape Cod. 2021: September 8, October 13 & November 10
  • Short Stories: Short stories by one or more authors collected in one book. 2022: January 12, February 9 & March 9
CONTACT:
  Adult Services 
  508.457.2555 x 7
   info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

There are 25 spaces available.

Tuesday July 20, 2021
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
FPL Fiction Book Club

The FPL Fiction Book Club continues ... online for now!  Please note the new time of 6 p.m. We are partway through a 6-month theme, genre fiction. This month, we will be reading a Christian fiction thriller, The Girl Behind the Red Rope, by Ted and Rachelle Dekker. To get your copy, please request one in the CLAMS catalog, or call 508-457-2555 x 7.

Since it is a Zoom program, you will need to register to receive the Zoom link. You can do so at falmouthpubliclibrary.org/events. Registration is open till 4 pm on the evening of the club meeting-if you would like to register after it has closed, please call the reference desk!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

The FPL Fiction Book Club continues ... online for now!  Please note the new time of 6 p.m. We are partway through a 6-month theme, genre fiction. This month, we will be reading a Christian fiction thriller, The Girl Behind the Red Rope, by Ted and Rachelle Dekker. To get your copy, please request one in the CLAMS catalog, or call 508-457-2555 x 7.

Since it is a Zoom program, you will need to register to receive the Zoom link. You can do so at falmouthpubliclibrary.org/events. Registration is open till 4 pm on the evening of the club meeting-if you would like to register after it has closed, please call the reference desk!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom


Wednesday July 28, 2021

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Tuesday August 17, 2021
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
FPL Fiction Book Club

The FPL Fiction Book Club continues ... online for now!  Please note the new time of 6 p.m. We are completing a 6-month theme, genre fiction. This month, we will be reading a horror novel,  Disappearance at Devil's Rock, by Paul Tremblay. To get your copy, please request one in the CLAMS catalog, or call 508-457-2555 x 7.

Since it is a Zoom program, you will need to register to receive the Zoom link. You can do so at falmouthpubliclibrary.org/events. Registration is open till 4 pm on the evening of the club meeting-if you would like to register after it has closed, please call the reference desk!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

The FPL Fiction Book Club continues ... online for now!  Please note the new time of 6 p.m. We are completing a 6-month theme, genre fiction. This month, we will be reading a horror novel,  Disappearance at Devil's Rock, by Paul Tremblay. To get your copy, please request one in the CLAMS catalog, or call 508-457-2555 x 7.

Since it is a Zoom program, you will need to register to receive the Zoom link. You can do so at falmouthpubliclibrary.org/events. Registration is open till 4 pm on the evening of the club meeting-if you would like to register after it has closed, please call the reference desk!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom


Wednesday August 25, 2021

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Tuesday September 21, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
FPL Fiction Book Club

The FPL Fiction Book Club begins again ... online!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

The FPL Fiction Book Club begins again ... online!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Wednesday September 29, 2021

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Tuesday October 19, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
FPL Fiction Book Club

The FPL Fiction Book Club begins again ... online!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

The FPL Fiction Book Club begins again ... online!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Wednesday October 27, 2021

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Tuesday November 16, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
FPL Fiction Book Club

The FPL Fiction Book Club begins again ... online!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

The FPL Fiction Book Club begins again ... online!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Wednesday November 24, 2021

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Tuesday December 21, 2021
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
FPL Fiction Book Club

The FPL Fiction Book Club begins again ... online!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

The FPL Fiction Book Club begins again ... online!

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Wednesday December 29, 2021

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Mindy Todd and Jill Erickson (Head of Reference & Adult Services) on WCAI with their book suggestions!  You can call in with your book suggestions at 866-999-4626 or e-mail thepoint@capeandislands.org. Repeated at 7:00 PM or listen online at www.capeandislands.org.

LOCATION: WCAI

Thursday January 6, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday January 13, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday January 20, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday January 27, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday February 3, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday February 10, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday February 17, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday February 24, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday March 3, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday March 10, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday March 17, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday March 24, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

 
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday April 7, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday April 14, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday April 21, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday April 28, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday May 5, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday May 12, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday May 19, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday May 26, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday June 2, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday June 9, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday June 16, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday June 23, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Thursday June 30, 2022
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Department Head Meeting

via Zoom

CONTACT: Library Staff
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

via Zoom

CONTACT:
  Library Staff 
  
  

LOCATION: Online via Zoom


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