June Events at the Cotuit Library

A little something for everyone...

Stargazing

Friday, June 7th @ 8:30 PM

Lowell Park

10 Lowell Ave

Cotuit MA 02635

508-428-8141  

 

Join the folks from Cotuit Library as we turn our gazes skyward towards the stars at Cotuit’s own Lowell Park!  This is the first of several stargazing events we'll be holding for the summer months, and Cotuit Library has everything you need to participate!  We have the telescopes, just bring yourself and a mind full of wonder (although all telescopes will be welcome).

 

The rain date for this event is Sunday, June 9th @ 8:30 PM.

 

This program is free but please register at cotuitlibrary.org/events or contact the Library.

 

Jazz Concert: Kareem Sanjaghi and Friends

Sunday, June 9th @ 4:00 PM

Cotuit Library

871 Main Street

Cotuit MA 02635

508-428-8141

 

Drummer Kareem Sanjaghi, known for his 10-year association with trumpeter Lou Colombo leads this exciting jazz group in performing jazz classics here at Cotuit Library.

 

This program is free but please register at cotuitlibrary.org/events or contact the Library.

 

Cotuit Library Golf Tournament

Monday, June 10th  @ 1:00 PM

Wianno Golf Club

389 Parker Road

Osterville, MA 02655

508-428-8141

 

Join us June 11 for our annual outstanding golf event. The Cotuit Library must raise about $100,000 each year to keep this great community resource functioning. The golf tournament is one of our major fundraisers. We look forward to seeing you at Wianno. Reserve your space now. You can also support the library as a tee sponsor or by donating items to the raffle.

 

$150 per golfer

$600 per foursome

Includes light lunch, cart, golf, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, 50/50 putting contest, and prizes

4-person, traditional scramble with men’s, women’s and senior tees.

 

Family Movie - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Wednesday, June 12th @ 6:00 PM

Cotuit Library

871 Main Street

Cotuit MA 02635

508-428-8141

 

Cotuit Library’s first Family Movie Night of the summer season kicks off with the award winning animated feature: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Come enjoy some popcorn and a flick with the whole family!

 

“Teen Miles Morales becomes Spider-Man of his reality, crossing his path with five counterparts from another dimensions to stop a threat for all realities” (imdb.com). This film is rated PG.

 

This program is free but please register at cotuitlibrary.org/events or contact the Library.

 

Sci-Fi Book Club

Wednesday, June 19th @ 6:00 PM

Cotuit Library

871 Main Street

Cotuit MA 02635

508-428-8141

 

The Cotuit Library Sci-Fi Book Club is meeting once again for some stellar book discussing. This month we will be reading: The Clockwork Dynasty by Daniel H. Wilson. Copies will be available for checkout at the library and in ebook form on Libby leading up to the event.

 

Check out this synopsis of The Clockwork Dynasty and then come to the library and grab your copy:

 

Present day: When a young anthropologist specializing in ancient technology uncovers a terrible secret concealed in the workings of a three-hundred-year-old mechanical doll, she is thrown into a hidden world that lurks just under the surface of our own. With her career and her life at stake, June Stefanov will ally with a remarkable traveler who exposes her to a reality she never imagined, as they embark on an around-the-world adventure and discover breathtaking secrets of the past…

Russia, 1725: In the depths of the Kremlin, the tsar’s loyal mechanician brings to life two astonishingly humanlike mechanical beings. Peter and Elena are a brother and sister fallen out of time, possessed with uncanny power, and destined to serve great empires. Struggling to blend into pre-Victorian society, they are pulled into a legendary war that has raged for centuries.

The Clockwork Dynasty seamlessly interweaves past and present, exploring a race of beings designed to live by ironclad principles, yet constantly searching for meaning. As June plunges deeper into their world, her choices will ultimately determine their survival or extermination. Richly-imagined and heart-pounding, Daniel H. Wilson’s novel expertly draws on his robotics and science background, combining exquisitely drawn characters with visionary technology—and riveting action.”

 

This program is free but please register at cotuitlibrary.org/events or contact the Library.

 

Summer Reading Program: UFOs with Don Nardo

Tuesday, June 25th @ 3:00 PM

Cotuit Library

871 Main Street

Cotuit MA 02635

508-428-8141

 

Is there intelligent life beyond Earth?  If so, what is it like? And will we ever be able to meet them? These are among the most important questions that humans can ever ask! Join us here at the Cotuit Library as Don Nardo discusses UFOs and life beyond Earth in honor of this year’s Summer Reading Program.

 

This program is free but please register at cotuitlibrary.org/events or contact the Library.

 

FaceBook Tips

Wednesday, June 26th @ 2:00 PM

Cotuit Library

871 Main Street

Cotuit MA 02635

508-428-8141

 

This month’s hour long, in-house tech class for adults is for people looking to understand more about how to use and navigate FaceBook. Learn about posting, connecting with friends and family, setting up your Privacy Settings, and more. This class has a limit of 8 participants, so please register.

 

This program is free but please register at cotuitlibrary.org/events or contact the Library.

 

FoCL Annual Book Sale

Thursday - Saturday, June 27 - 29

Freedom Hall

976 Main Street

Cotuit MA 02635

508-428-8141

 

It is time once again for the Friends of Cotuit Library Annual Book Sale. Come get some pre-loved books at bargain prices! If you have books to donate, you can bring your books Mondays 6:00 - 7:00 PM and Tuesdays 10:00 - 11:00 AM through June 14th. The times for the book sale are as follows:

 

Thursday June 27 - 12:00 - 7:00

Friday June 28 - 11:00 - 6:00

Saturday June 29 - 10:00 - 2:00

 

We look forward to seeing you there!


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