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Feb
24
Thousands of people cross our Cape Cod Canal every single day, though few know the history of this man made engineering marvel. Join us for an in depth discussion on the rich and fascinating history of our very own Cape Cod Canal.... (more)
Feb
24
Join Dr. Martina Ziegenbein, rheumatologist & pain coach, at a free chronic pain workshop on Saturday, February 24th at 1pm at West Falmouth Library. Registration for this free workshop is encouraged, but not required.... (more)
Feb
29
AI has made it's way into almost every corner of our lives. Want to learn more about Artificial intelligence (AI)? We have an informative and exciting program for you! To register for this informative event please contact Amy Wolfe at awolfe@clamsnet.org or contact the OVL at www.ostervillevillagelibrar y.org 508-428-4747 (more)
Mar
2
The year was 1718. Pirates ruled the seas from the Caribbean up through New England. But did you know, some of those pirates were women! History is littered with the tales of Blackbeard and his Queen Anne’s Revenge and Calico Jack and the Kingston, but what of their female counterparts? Women in piracy all over the world goes back centuries! Anne Bonny, Mary Read, Lagertha, just to name a few! Jessica Sheppard, Pirate Expert, is back at the Osterville Village Library to kick off Women’s History Month with a bang with this jaw dropping, edge of your seat presentation of “Women Pirates”! Saturday March 2nd at 11am.... (more)
Mar
3
Everybody has a story. It's time to write yours! The Osterville Village Library is hosting a twice monthly Writers' Studio on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month from 1pm-3pm. All abilities are welcome and the events will be available for ZOOM if you cannot attend in person. (more)
Mar
5
In August 2019, The New York Times published a collection of essays, poems, stories, and photos entitled "The 1619 Project." The project proposes a "new origin story" for the U.S. beginning in 1619 with the arrival in Virginia of the first ship carrying slaves, rather than 1776.... (more)
Mar
9
Rates of suicide continue to be elevated for the youth of Barnstable County. Suicide prevention requires action at the individual, relationship, community, and societal levels. Please join a conversation led by two local physicians with expertise in this topic—Dr.... (more)
Mar
9
Local astronomer Art Cornell will give a talk about the Total Solar Eclipse that is coming on April 8, 2024. Art will explain what an eclipse is and why its path travels from Mexico to Maine. Several years ago, Art’s granddaughter asked Art why the eclipse in 2017 went west to east but this one is going from south to north.... (more)
Mar
12
In August 2019, The New York Times published a collection of essays, poems, stories, and photos entitled "The 1619 Project." The project proposes a "new origin story" for the U.S. beginning in 1619 with the arrival in Virginia of the first ship carrying slaves, rather than 1776.... (more)
Mar
12
As awareness of our environmental challenges increases, many people want to do their part by improving the eco-friendly nature of their homes and backyards. Some people need some help getting started! Cathy Weston will be sharing 5 concrete and manageable projects that homeowners can do this Spring, with a focus on adding native plants to an existing landscape.... (more)
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