Attention Runners! Join Palo Peirce, the first runner for Team WFL 2015! To donate to Palo, visit www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/PaloPeirce/FRR2015. We are looking for runners interested in joining Team WFL and running in the 2015 New Balance Falmouth Road Race this August 16, 2015. We are able to offer runners the ability to run with a [Read more…]
What's happening at the Library...
The spring session of drop-in children’s programming continues through June 12th, with Mother Goose on the Loose® and Story Boat. Mother Goose on the Loose® (MGOL) is a 30-minute early literacy program designed for infants up to age three and their caregivers. The program is offered on Tuesday at 10:15 and 11:15 and on Friday at 10:15 AM. [Read more…]
The Falmouth Academy Cool Nights Jazz Band will present a concert on Saturday, May 30 at 7 pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students. Reserving tickets by calling the library or stopping by is strongly recommended as this concert tends to sell out in advance. The Falmouth Academy Cool Nights Jazz Band has been thrilling audiences [Read more…]
Pediatrician Dr. Greg Parkinson will discuss his new book, “Giggle More, Worry Less: A Pediatrician’s Thoughts for New Parents”, at the Library on Saturday, June 13th at 11am. Free, but reservations are recommended by calling the library at 508-548-4709. Books will be available for purchase and author signing. Parents love. Parents worry. Parenthood is a [Read more…]
Calliope, a community for poets, will present its next reading on Sunday, June 14th from 3 to 5 PM at the Library. Featured poets are Barbara Crooker, January Gill O’Neil, and Irene Willis. Open mic sign-up at 2:45 PM. $5 suggested donation. Barbara Crooker is the author of six books of poetry, including Radiance, which won the Word Press [Read more…]
David Stanwood, Piano Artisan, will play a piano concert on Sunday, June 21st at 4pm. Free, with donations accepted at the door. Some of the pieces to be presented at this concert will be based on past concert recordings, some will be based on new themes, and some will be improvised “in the moment”. Some [Read more…]