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Saturday September 25, 2021
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Natural and Cultural History Excursion
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

The Mashpee Conservation Department is continuing its schedule of free Naturalist-guided tours of Mashpee’s unique and diverse conservation areas. All ages are invited and children are encouraged to come. Many nature programs are designed for children and their families. Further information can be obtained by calling the Mashpee Conservation Department at 539-1400, ext.8540, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Guide maps for many conservation areas are available at the Conservation offices at the Mashpee Town Hall. Tours may be cancelled in the event of stormy weather. All tours will practice social distancing guidelines.

Saturday, September 25 - 9:00 a.m. Natural and Cultural History Excursion

Hike along the majestic Mashpee River and learn about its natural and cultural history. Meet at the Mashpee River Woodlands (North).

Directions: From the Mashpee Rotary, take Route 28 towards Hyannis and take first right onto Quinaquisset Ave. North parking area is off Quinaquisset Ave. on the right.

Monday September 27, 2021
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4-H Babysitter Basics - Virtual Class
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Presented by 4-H Youth Development and the Rockport Public Library:

Would you like to learn babysitting skills?  If you are 11-18 years old, you can attend this online babysitters course!  Participants will come to understand the responsiblities of babysitting and learn the skills need to become good babysitters.   This course will help to develop confidence in handling situations that may arise while babysitting.  Upon completion of the course, you will receive a Babysitter's ID card and a certificate of completion.  You must attend all days to complete the course.  

Registration is required.  Please call The Rockport Public Library at 978-546-6934 or email kpereira@rockportlibrary.org for more information and to register.  

Tuesday September 28, 2021
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Discover STEM: NASA's Artemis Program and Our Return to the Moon
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

Presented by Westborough Public Library:

For kids in grades 3-5. 

NASA plans to land the first woman and the next man on the surface of the Moon with NASA’s Artemis missions. Then, we will use what we learn to take the next giant leap – sending astronauts to Mars. Join Patricia Moore, Communication Strategist for NASA’s Artemis Program, and learn about our return to the Moon and future missions to Mars. Live Q&A will follow the presentation.

This program will be held online, registration required.

Please visit https://westborough.assabetinteractive.com/calendar/discover-stem-nasas-artemis-program-and-our-return-to-the-moon-virtual-program-registration-required/ to register.

Wednesday September 29, 2021
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Toddle Time
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Simple stories, songs and a craft geared toward young children (up to age 5) & their caregivers. Please bring a blanket to encourage social distancing on the lawn. (In the case of inclement weather, will meet in the library's large events room; mask required for ages 2+)
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
 
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Lap Babies
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Enjoy songs, fingerplays, stories, and playtime in this 30 minute class on the library green. Geared toward non-walkers (up to 15 months) and their caregivers. (In the case of inclement weather, will meet in the library's large events room; mask required for ages 2+)
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
Thursday September 30, 2021
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StoryWalks
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Held around the outside of the library building:

A StoryWalk® is a fun family activity that places a children’s story (literally a book taken apart) along a walking trail. As you stroll, you and your child are directed to the next page in the story. Geared toward toddler through preschool age, but older siblings enjoy reading aloud to parents, grandparents or younger siblings. All are welcome!

 
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Books and Busy Bodies
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

On the green:

This movement class works with young children’s natural enthusiasm, short attention spans and high energy levels to explore basic concepts of movement, spatial awareness and exercise. Geared toward children (ages 2 & up) and their caregivers. Starts September 16th.
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
 
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Raising the Dead: Finding Clues to Ancestors from Headstones, Family Plots, and Burial Records
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Cemetery records can offer important clues to understanding the lives of those who came before us. Join the New England Historic Genealogical Society's Chief Genealogist David Allen Lambert—author of A Guide to Massachusetts Cemeteries (now in its third edition)—to learn how headstones, family plots, and burial documents can shed new light on your ancestors' lives.

Presenter David Allen Lambert has been on the staff of NEHGS since 1993 and is the organization’s Chief Genealogist. David is an internationally recognized speaker on the topics of genealogy and history. His genealogical expertise includes New England and Atlantic Canadian records from the 17th through 21st centuries, military records, DNA research, and Native American and African American genealogical research in New England. Lambert has published many articles in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, the New Hampshire Genealogical RecordRhode Island RootsThe Mayflower Descendant, and American Ancestors magazine. He has also published A Guide to Massachusetts Cemeteries (NEHGS, 2009). David is an elected Fellow of the Massachusetts Historical Society in Boston, Massachusetts, and a lifelong member of the New Hampshire Society of Cincinnati. He is also the tribal genealogist for the Massachuset-Punkapoag Indians of Massachusetts.

This free virtual event is presented via Zoom by the Boston Public Library. Please register at the event's homepage: https://boston-public-library.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZckde2pqjoqHNYqnxo5jF14JT7mj_GujCEL 

 
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Mt Washington, Home of the World's Worst Weather
7:00 PM
Bitter cold, dense fog, heavy snow, and record winds: Mount Washington is known worldwide for its unpredictable and dangerous weather. For a mountain its size, why is Mt. Washington called the “Home of the World’s Worst Weather”? While many places on Earth experience severe weather, few are inhabited by humans 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Mount Washington Observatory has been operating a continuously-staffed scientific outpost on this remote peak since 1932, providing the Observatory many remarkable stories and an intimate knowledge of the mountain. This exciting Zoom program is appropriate for adults, teens, and children ages 6 and up. 
 
Join Mount Washington Observatory's Brian Fitzgerald on Zoom for an investigation into the unique life and work of weather observers stationed at the observatory year-round. We will explore how the mountain's weather works and what it can tell us about New England’s own weather patterns. This program will include interactive demonstrations, weather instruments, stunning photography, and video footage from the summit.
 
This free virtual event is presented via Zoom by the Fitchburg Public Library. Please sign up at the event's homepage: https://tinyurl.com/fplweather 
 
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NWS Boston Webinar: Waterspouts and Dust Devils
7:00 PM

Join the National Weather Service's Boston/Norton staff to discuss how waterspouts and dust devils form and how they differ from tornadoes. NWS staff will also show some examples of how they use Doppler Radar to detect waterspouts and dust devils.

This free virtual event is presented via Zoom by the National Weather Service. Please register at the event's home page: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/9026295990104665870 

Friday October 1, 2021
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'The Nine- Who They Are and How They Think' - Virtual Class with Dr. Jane Scarborough
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Join Dr. Jane Scarborough, retired professor of Constitutional Law, for this free, online course. will spend one session on each of the current Supreme Court Justices—looking briefly at the biography, but mostly looking at the jurisprudential thinking of each justice, and how that thinking manifests itself in decisions. 
 
The course begins on Friday, Sept. 24th, at 10:30 am to noon, and every subsequent Friday until the final class on Friday, December 3rd. There will be no class during Thanksgiving week.  
 
Registration is required. The class is currently filled. Please call the library at 508-539-1435 or email mpl_mail@clamsnet.org to be added to the wait list. Zoom login information will be provided before the first class.
Saturday October 2, 2021
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Mashpee River Woodlands - Cottontail Trail
9:00 AM

The Mashpee Conservation Commission is continuing its schedule of free Naturalist-guided tours of Mashpee’s unique and diverse conservation areas. Tours last for an average of 1 to 2 hours but may be longer or shorter, depending on the wishes of the participants. All ages are invited and children are encouraged to come. Walks consistently start at 9:00 a.m., will meet at different conservation areas each week and will focus on weekly themes. Further information can be obtained from the Mashpee Conservation Department at 539-1400, ext. 8540, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. or on the web at https://www.mashpeema.gov/conservation/trail-maps/pages/trail-guides Guide maps for many conservation areas are available at the Conservation Department at the Mashpee Town Hall. Tours may be cancelled in the event of stormy weather.

Saturday, October 2 - 9:00 a.m. Mashpee River Woodlands - Cottontail Trail

Join us for a hike along the Mashpee River Woodlands, Cottontail Trail. This trail was created for the protection of our native New England Cottontail.

Directions: Meet at the Mashpee River Woodlands Cottontail Trail parking lot. Directions: Heading south from Route 28, take Old Barnstable Road, which is a one-way road. Old Barnstable Road is just before the Mashpee Rotary. The parking area, which has a kiosk and signage, is located on your right. 

Monday October 4, 2021
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4-H Babysitter Basics - Virtual Class
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Presented by 4-H Youth Development and the Rockport Public Library:

Would you like to learn babysitting skills?  If you are 11-18 years old, you can attend this online babysitters course!  Participants will come to understand the responsiblities of babysitting and learn the skills need to become good babysitters.   This course will help to develop confidence in handling situations that may arise while babysitting.  Upon completion of the course, you will receive a Babysitter's ID card and a certificate of completion.  You must attend all days to complete the course.  

Registration is required.  Please call The Rockport Public Library at 978-546-6934 or email kpereira@rockportlibrary.org for more information and to register.  

Wednesday October 6, 2021
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Toddle Time
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Simple stories, songs and a craft geared toward young children (up to age 5) & their caregivers. Please bring a blanket to encourage social distancing on the lawn. (In the case of inclement weather, will meet in the library's large events room; mask required for ages 2+)
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
 
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Lap Babies
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Enjoy songs, fingerplays, stories, and playtime in this 30 minute class on the library green. Geared toward non-walkers (up to 15 months) and their caregivers. (In the case of inclement weather, will meet in the library's large events room; mask required for ages 2+)
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
Thursday October 7, 2021
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StoryWalks
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Held around the outside of the library building:

A StoryWalk® is a fun family activity that places a children’s story (literally a book taken apart) along a walking trail. As you stroll, you and your child are directed to the next page in the story. Geared toward toddler through preschool age, but older siblings enjoy reading aloud to parents, grandparents or younger siblings. All are welcome!

 
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Books and Busy Bodies
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

On the green:

This movement class works with young children’s natural enthusiasm, short attention spans and high energy levels to explore basic concepts of movement, spatial awareness and exercise. Geared toward children (ages 2 & up) and their caregivers. Starts September 16th.
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
Friday October 8, 2021
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'The Nine- Who They Are and How They Think' - Virtual Class with Dr. Jane Scarborough
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Join Dr. Jane Scarborough, retired professor of Constitutional Law, for this free, online course. will spend one session on each of the current Supreme Court Justices—looking briefly at the biography, but mostly looking at the jurisprudential thinking of each justice, and how that thinking manifests itself in decisions. 
 
The course begins on Friday, Sept. 24th, at 10:30 am to noon, and every subsequent Friday until the final class on Friday, December 3rd. There will be no class during Thanksgiving week.  
 
Registration is required. The class is currently filled. Please call the library at 508-539-1435 or email mpl_mail@clamsnet.org to be added to the wait list. Zoom login information will be provided before the first class.
Saturday October 9, 2021
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South Cape Beach State Park
9:00 AM

The Mashpee Conservation Commission is continuing its schedule of free Naturalist-guided tours of Mashpee’s unique and diverse conservation areas. Tours last for an average of 1 to 2 hours but may be longer or shorter, depending on the wishes of the participants. All ages are invited and children are encouraged to come. Walks consistently start at 9:00 a.m., will meet at different conservation areas each week and will focus on weekly themes. Further information can be obtained from the Mashpee Conservation Department at 539-1400, ext. 8540, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. or on the web at https://www.mashpeema.gov/conservation/trail-maps/pages/trail-guides Guide maps for many conservation areas are available at the Conservation Department at the Mashpee Town Hall. Tours may be cancelled in the event of stormy weather.

Saturday, October 9 – 9:00 a.m. South Cape Beach State Park Enjoy a walk along the beautiful and diverse hike along the Dead Neck trail along the barrier beach system at South Cape Beach State Park.

Directions: From the Mashpee Rotary, take Great Neck Road South to Great Oak Rd. Follow Great Oak Road to the State Park sign and turn left into Park. Park at the parking lot located on the right. 

 

Wednesday October 13, 2021
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Toddle Time
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Simple stories, songs and a craft geared toward young children (up to age 5) & their caregivers. Please bring a blanket to encourage social distancing on the lawn. (In the case of inclement weather, will meet in the library's large events room; mask required for ages 2+)
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
 
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Lap Babies
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Enjoy songs, fingerplays, stories, and playtime in this 30 minute class on the library green. Geared toward non-walkers (up to 15 months) and their caregivers. (In the case of inclement weather, will meet in the library's large events room; mask required for ages 2+)
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
Thursday October 14, 2021
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StoryWalks
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Held around the outside of the library building:

A StoryWalk® is a fun family activity that places a children’s story (literally a book taken apart) along a walking trail. As you stroll, you and your child are directed to the next page in the story. Geared toward toddler through preschool age, but older siblings enjoy reading aloud to parents, grandparents or younger siblings. All are welcome!

 
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Books and Busy Bodies
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

On the green:

This movement class works with young children’s natural enthusiasm, short attention spans and high energy levels to explore basic concepts of movement, spatial awareness and exercise. Geared toward children (ages 2 & up) and their caregivers. Starts September 16th.
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
Friday October 15, 2021
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'The Nine- Who They Are and How They Think' - Virtual Class with Dr. Jane Scarborough
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Join Dr. Jane Scarborough, retired professor of Constitutional Law, for this free, online course. will spend one session on each of the current Supreme Court Justices—looking briefly at the biography, but mostly looking at the jurisprudential thinking of each justice, and how that thinking manifests itself in decisions. 
 
The course begins on Friday, Sept. 24th, at 10:30 am to noon, and every subsequent Friday until the final class on Friday, December 3rd. There will be no class during Thanksgiving week.  
 
Registration is required. The class is currently filled. Please call the library at 508-539-1435 or email mpl_mail@clamsnet.org to be added to the wait list. Zoom login information will be provided before the first class.
Saturday October 16, 2021
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Natural Succession at John’s Pond Park
9:00 AM

The Mashpee Conservation Commission is continuing its schedule of free Naturalist-guided tours of Mashpee’s unique and diverse conservation areas. Tours last for an average of 1 to 2 hours but may be longer or shorter, depending on the wishes of the participants. All ages are invited and children are encouraged to come. Walks consistently start at 9:00 a.m., will meet at different conservation areas each week and will focus on weekly themes. Further information can be obtained from the Mashpee Conservation Department at 539-1400, ext. 8540, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. or on the web at https://www.mashpeema.gov/conservation/trail-maps/pages/trail-guides Guide maps for many conservation areas are available at the Conservation Department at the Mashpee Town Hall. Tours may be cancelled in the event of stormy weather.

Saturday, October 16 – 9:00 a.m. Natural Succession at John’s Pond Park

Hike along diverse and special habitats on Cape Cod, such as freshwater pond, river, herring run and cranberry bog habitats at John’s Pond Park Conservation Area.

Directions: From the Mashpee Rotary, take Route 151, past Falmouth town line, turn right at Ashumet Road (just beforeCountry Fairgrounds), then right onto Hooppole Road to stop sign at end of road, then right onto Back Road through Otis Trailer Village to Town Beach parking area.

Tuesday October 19, 2021
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The Chinese Question: The Gold Rushes and Global Politics
6:00 PM

American Inspiration Author Series presents author Mae Ngai discussing her book The Chinese Question: The Gold Rushes and Global Politics.

In roughly five decades, between 1848 and 1899, more gold was removed from the earth than had been mined in the 3,000 preceding years, bringing untold wealth to individuals and nations. But friction between Chinese and white settlers on the goldfields of California, Australia, and South Africa catalyzed a global battle over “the Chinese Question”: would the United States and the British Empire outlaw Chinese immigration? Join us for a discussion of these definitive cultural and political movements which impact us to this day, featuring two remarkable authors and experts on the topics of Chinese-American history and immigration.

Author Mae Ngai is Lung Family Professor of Asian American Studies and a professor of history at Columbia University. She is the author of the award-winning work Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America and The Lucky Ones: One Family and the Extraordinary Invention of Chinese America.

Moderator Jia Lynn Yang is the national editor at The New York Times. She was previously deputy national security editor at The Washington Post, where she was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team. She is the author of the acclaimed work One Mighty and Irresistible Tide: The Epic Struggle Over American Immigration, 1924-1965.

This free virtual event is presented via Zoom by American Ancestors. Register at the event's home page: https://wgbh.zoom.us/webinar/register/6016311286954/WN_b-DFedKrTySc4Ev1mOXvSA 

Wednesday October 20, 2021
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Toddle Time
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Simple stories, songs and a craft geared toward young children (up to age 5) & their caregivers. Please bring a blanket to encourage social distancing on the lawn. (In the case of inclement weather, will meet in the library's large events room; mask required for ages 2+)
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
 
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Lap Babies
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Enjoy songs, fingerplays, stories, and playtime in this 30 minute class on the library green. Geared toward non-walkers (up to 15 months) and their caregivers. (In the case of inclement weather, will meet in the library's large events room; mask required for ages 2+)
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
Thursday October 21, 2021
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StoryWalks
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Held around the outside of the library building:

A StoryWalk® is a fun family activity that places a children’s story (literally a book taken apart) along a walking trail. As you stroll, you and your child are directed to the next page in the story. Geared toward toddler through preschool age, but older siblings enjoy reading aloud to parents, grandparents or younger siblings. All are welcome!

 
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Books and Busy Bodies
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

On the green:

This movement class works with young children’s natural enthusiasm, short attention spans and high energy levels to explore basic concepts of movement, spatial awareness and exercise. Geared toward children (ages 2 & up) and their caregivers. Starts September 16th.
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
Friday October 22, 2021
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'The Nine- Who They Are and How They Think' - Virtual Class with Dr. Jane Scarborough
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Join Dr. Jane Scarborough, retired professor of Constitutional Law, for this free, online course. will spend one session on each of the current Supreme Court Justices—looking briefly at the biography, but mostly looking at the jurisprudential thinking of each justice, and how that thinking manifests itself in decisions. 
 
The course begins on Friday, Sept. 24th, at 10:30 am to noon, and every subsequent Friday until the final class on Friday, December 3rd. There will be no class during Thanksgiving week.  
 
Registration is required. The class is currently filled. Please call the library at 508-539-1435 or email mpl_mail@clamsnet.org to be added to the wait list. Zoom login information will be provided before the first class.
Saturday October 23, 2021
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Fitch Property, Mashpee River Woodlands
9:00 AM

The Mashpee Conservation Commission is continuing its schedule of free Naturalist-guided tours of Mashpee’s unique and diverse conservation areas. Tours last for an average of 1 to 2 hours but may be longer or shorter, depending on the wishes of the participants. All ages are invited and children are encouraged to come. Walks consistently start at 9:00 a.m., will meet at different conservation areas each week and will focus on weekly themes. Further information can be obtained from the Mashpee Conservation Department at 539-1400, ext. 8540, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. or on the web at https://www.mashpeema.gov/conservation/trail-maps/pages/trail-guides Guide maps for many conservation areas are available at the Conservation Department at the Mashpee Town Hall. Tours may be cancelled in the event of stormy weather.

Saturday, October 23 - 9:00 a.m. Fitch Property, Mashpee River Woodlands

Explore the beautiful Fitch Property, and enjoy a natural history outing adjacent to the Mashpee River. Meet at 233 Meetinghouse Road.

Directions to the Fitch Property: From the Mashpee Rotary, take Great Neck Road North. Turn right onto Meetinghouse Road. Parking lot is on the right, at 233 Meetinghouse Road. 

Wednesday October 27, 2021
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Toddle Time
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Simple stories, songs and a craft geared toward young children (up to age 5) & their caregivers. Please bring a blanket to encourage social distancing on the lawn. (In the case of inclement weather, will meet in the library's large events room; mask required for ages 2+)
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
 
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Lap Babies
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Enjoy songs, fingerplays, stories, and playtime in this 30 minute class on the library green. Geared toward non-walkers (up to 15 months) and their caregivers. (In the case of inclement weather, will meet in the library's large events room; mask required for ages 2+)
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
Thursday October 28, 2021
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StoryWalks
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Held around the outside of the library building:

A StoryWalk® is a fun family activity that places a children’s story (literally a book taken apart) along a walking trail. As you stroll, you and your child are directed to the next page in the story. Geared toward toddler through preschool age, but older siblings enjoy reading aloud to parents, grandparents or younger siblings. All are welcome!

 
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Books and Busy Bodies
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

On the green:

This movement class works with young children’s natural enthusiasm, short attention spans and high energy levels to explore basic concepts of movement, spatial awareness and exercise. Geared toward children (ages 2 & up) and their caregivers. Starts September 16th.
 
 
Sponsored by the Mashpee Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant.
Friday October 29, 2021
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'The Nine- Who They Are and How They Think' - Virtual Class with Dr. Jane Scarborough
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Join Dr. Jane Scarborough, retired professor of Constitutional Law, for this free, online course. will spend one session on each of the current Supreme Court Justices—looking briefly at the biography, but mostly looking at the jurisprudential thinking of each justice, and how that thinking manifests itself in decisions. 
 
The course begins on Friday, Sept. 24th, at 10:30 am to noon, and every subsequent Friday until the final class on Friday, December 3rd. There will be no class during Thanksgiving week.  
 
Registration is required. The class is currently filled. Please call the library at 508-539-1435 or email mpl_mail@clamsnet.org to be added to the wait list. Zoom login information will be provided before the first class.
Saturday October 30, 2021
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Conaumet Neck Excursion
9:00 AM

The Mashpee Conservation Commission is continuing its schedule of free Naturalist-guided tours of Mashpee’s unique and diverse conservation areas. Tours last for an average of 1 to 2 hours but may be longer or shorter, depending on the wishes of the participants. All ages are invited and children are encouraged to come. Walks consistently start at 9:00 a.m., will meet at different conservation areas each week and will focus on weekly themes. Further information can be obtained from the Mashpee Conservation Department at 539-1400, ext. 8540, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. or on the web at https://www.mashpeema.gov/conservation/trail-maps/pages/trail-guides Guide maps for many conservation areas are available at the Conservation Department at the Mashpee Town Hall. Tours may be cancelled in the event of stormy weather.

Saturday, October 30 - 9:00 a.m. Conaumet Neck Excursion

Take a hike into Conaumet Neck at the Lowell Holly Reservation and enjoy breathtaking views of Mashpee-Wakeby Pond.

Directions: From Route 130 take South Sandwich Road north and follow approximately 0.8 miles to the Reservation parking area on the left, directly on South Sandwich Road (look for The Trustees of Reservations sign).

Thursday November 4, 2021
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StoryWalks
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Held around the outside of the library building:

A StoryWalk® is a fun family activity that places a children’s story (literally a book taken apart) along a walking trail. As you stroll, you and your child are directed to the next page in the story. Geared toward toddler through preschool age, but older siblings enjoy reading aloud to parents, grandparents or younger siblings. All are welcome!

Friday November 5, 2021
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'The Nine- Who They Are and How They Think' - Virtual Class with Dr. Jane Scarborough
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Join Dr. Jane Scarborough, retired professor of Constitutional Law, for this free, online course. will spend one session on each of the current Supreme Court Justices—looking briefly at the biography, but mostly looking at the jurisprudential thinking of each justice, and how that thinking manifests itself in decisions. 
 
The course begins on Friday, Sept. 24th, at 10:30 am to noon, and every subsequent Friday until the final class on Friday, December 3rd. There will be no class during Thanksgiving week.  
 
Registration is required. The class is currently filled. Please call the library at 508-539-1435 or email mpl_mail@clamsnet.org to be added to the wait list. Zoom login information will be provided before the first class.
Thursday November 11, 2021
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StoryWalks
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Held around the outside of the library building:

A StoryWalk® is a fun family activity that places a children’s story (literally a book taken apart) along a walking trail. As you stroll, you and your child are directed to the next page in the story. Geared toward toddler through preschool age, but older siblings enjoy reading aloud to parents, grandparents or younger siblings. All are welcome!

Friday November 12, 2021
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'The Nine- Who They Are and How They Think' - Virtual Class with Dr. Jane Scarborough
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Join Dr. Jane Scarborough, retired professor of Constitutional Law, for this free, online course. will spend one session on each of the current Supreme Court Justices—looking briefly at the biography, but mostly looking at the jurisprudential thinking of each justice, and how that thinking manifests itself in decisions. 
 
The course begins on Friday, Sept. 24th, at 10:30 am to noon, and every subsequent Friday until the final class on Friday, December 3rd. There will be no class during Thanksgiving week.  
 
Registration is required. The class is currently filled. Please call the library at 508-539-1435 or email mpl_mail@clamsnet.org to be added to the wait list. Zoom login information will be provided before the first class.
Thursday November 18, 2021
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StoryWalks
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Held around the outside of the library building:

A StoryWalk® is a fun family activity that places a children’s story (literally a book taken apart) along a walking trail. As you stroll, you and your child are directed to the next page in the story. Geared toward toddler through preschool age, but older siblings enjoy reading aloud to parents, grandparents or younger siblings. All are welcome!

Friday November 19, 2021
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'The Nine- Who They Are and How They Think' - Virtual Class with Dr. Jane Scarborough
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Join Dr. Jane Scarborough, retired professor of Constitutional Law, for this free, online course. will spend one session on each of the current Supreme Court Justices—looking briefly at the biography, but mostly looking at the jurisprudential thinking of each justice, and how that thinking manifests itself in decisions. 
 
The course begins on Friday, Sept. 24th, at 10:30 am to noon, and every subsequent Friday until the final class on Friday, December 3rd. There will be no class during Thanksgiving week.  
 
Registration is required. The class is currently filled. Please call the library at 508-539-1435 or email mpl_mail@clamsnet.org to be added to the wait list. Zoom login information will be provided before the first class.
Friday December 3, 2021
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'The Nine- Who They Are and How They Think' - Virtual Class with Dr. Jane Scarborough
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Join Dr. Jane Scarborough, retired professor of Constitutional Law, for this free, online course. will spend one session on each of the current Supreme Court Justices—looking briefly at the biography, but mostly looking at the jurisprudential thinking of each justice, and how that thinking manifests itself in decisions. 
 
The course begins on Friday, Sept. 24th, at 10:30 am to noon, and every subsequent Friday until the final class on Friday, December 3rd. There will be no class during Thanksgiving week.  
 
Registration is required. The class is currently filled. Please call the library at 508-539-1435 or email mpl_mail@clamsnet.org to be added to the wait list. Zoom login information will be provided before the first class.

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