Upcoming Events at West Falmouth Library

A little something for everyone...

Don your favorite pajamas and join us at the West Falmouth Library for a Pajama Story Time on Thursday, February 20th at 6:30pm. Stories, song, and a craft! We are accepting donations of new pajamas (newborn to age 12) for the Annual Boston Bruins PJ Drive for Kids and Teens.

The Tim Ray Trio performs at West Falmouth Library Sunday, February 23rd at 4pm, in a concert co-sponsored by Falmouth Jazz and the West Falmouth Library, to support restoration of the Library’s Circa 1918 Knabe grand piano. The Trio’s new CD, Excursions and Adventures, will be available for purchase at the concert. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at the Library, Eight Cousins, or online at FalmouthJazz.org

 

Join us at the West Falmouth Library for a special presentation on Wampanoag culture and food on Wednesday, February 26th from 5:30pm-8:30pm. Erica Adams (scholar and Mashpee resident) and Gail Melix (Wampanoag and Quaker) present a history of Wampanog and Quaker communities. Ramona/Nosapocket Peters (a Bear Clan member of the Mashpee Wampanoag) speaks of Wampanoag Spirituality. Joan Tavares Avant (Wampanoag historian and chef) concludes the program by sharing a history and sampling of Wampanoag food. This program is brought to you with federal funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.

West Falmouth Library accepts books in very good shape/clean for resale at our big annual book sale at the end of June/early July. Mysteries, fiction, children/teen books, history, politics, biography, art/coffee table books, cooking & gardening, audio books, DVDs – all accepted. The more recent the book, the better. Books may be dropped off in the lower level of the library during all open hours. The library is located at 575 West Falmouth Highway.


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