We are still collecting donations for the Capital Campaign. We need to raise $330,000 of our $2.9 million dollar goal. Thank you to our generous supporters. If you would like to learn how to donate, please click on the Capital Campaign tab.
What's happening at the Library...
Library Administrative Assistant – Development: Performs detailed administrative, secretarial, and technological duties of a responsible nature respecting donor and financial confidentiality. Maintains and updates donor database. Organizes, prepares, and mails thank you letters and other mailings in a timely fashion. Assists with special events. $16/hr., 8 – 16 hrs. per wk. College degree and strong communications and organizational abilities [Read more…]
Mother Goose on the Loose and Story Boat return to the library starting Tuesday, September 19th, with Miss Angie leading both programs. Mother Goose on the Loose® (MGOL) is a 30-minute early literacy program designed for infants up to age three and their caregivers. MGOL is offered on Tuesdays and Fridays at 10:15am. This free program includes [Read more…]
Local resident and yoga teacher, Carmina Mock, is offering a special 8-week yoga program to benefit the West Falmouth Library’s capital campaign. The sessions take place over 8 Thursdays, Sept. 28, Oct. 5,12,19,26, Nov. 2,9,16. Time: 9:00am Cost: $12 per session. Call 508-548-4709 for more information. All levels of yoga experience are welcome. Carmina, a native of Spain and [Read more…]
World of Books Book Group meets Wednesday, October 4th at 4pm at the Library. Discussing Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah. Setting: South Africa. New members are always welcome to join our lively literary discussions. Feel free to just listen in, or participate in the conversation. Summary from CLAMS: Noah’s [Read more…]
The WFL Book Group meets Tuesday, October 10th at 1:30pm, at the library. Discussing Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis by J.D. Vance. New members are always welcome to join our lively literary discussions. Feel free to just listen in, or participate in the conversation. Summary from CLAMS: Shares the story of [Read more…]
The short story discussion group, led by staff member Renee Voorhees, will meet on Thursday, October 19th, 6:45-7:45pm.
To be discussed, three short stories by Ernest Hemingway:
“A Canary for One”
There are multiple anthologies with these short stories available in CLAMS