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The nonpartisan Orleans Citizens Forum is proud to present another Candidates Night for the Town of Orleans. Three candidates, David Currier, Erik Oliver and Mefford Runyon are vying for two seats on the Board of Selectmen.... (more)
On Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 3:30PM the Orleans Citizens Forum will present a panel discussion updating the plans for the DPW buildings. The forum will be held in the Orleans Senior Center located at 150 Rock Harbor Road and is open to everyone.... (more)
Susan Griffin (from the Barnstable Senior Center) joins us with a presentation on her time spent in Tanzania, where she visited four national parks, the Indian Ocean, and walked the footsteps of the famous primatologist Jane Goodall. Come join us as we listen to Susan recount her experience with Tanzania’s great diversity of animal and plant life, and the incredible people she met along the way.... (more)
Come listen to Mae Charles give a presentation on her experience with self- publishing her own children’s book series and all the fun and pitfalls that it entailed. If you were ever looking for tips on being a self-publishing author, now is your chance to get advice from a person who’s done just that! Mae Charles’ Good Gus books will be available at the library all day, and her work of nonfiction Misplaced Trust is available to download at the Kindle Store on Amazon.com. This program is free, but please register at cotuitlibrary.org/events or contact the library. (more)
Join us at Cotuit Library as we welcome Robin Smith- Johnson: newsroom librarian at the Cape Cod Times, teacher of English at CCCC, and writer as she discusses her fascinating book Legends and Lore of Cape Cod (2016). From Ancient Wampanoag legends like Granny Squannit to some more modern tales and histories such as “Cat’s Alley” or the “Lady of the Dunes”, this book covers a vast landscape of lore that may click in your memory or raise your brow with novelty.... (more)
Cotuit Library continues its musical programming with a discussion of Willa Cather’s novel, The Song of the Lark, led by South Dennis Library Director, Anne Speyer. The book tells the story of Thea Kronborg, a young woman on a journey to become an opera singer at the end of the 19th century.... (more)
Space is Limited - Pre-Registration Required - Free Child Care Provided (more)
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