"Ponds: How They Got Here & How They Work"
Vimeo Recording from April 2ndhttps://vimeo.com/330043440
The first speaker in our seven-part POND SERIES was Tom Cambareri, recently retired as the Director of Water Resources at the Cape Cod Commission. Series flyer
Click on link below to watch the video of Tom's program recorded on April 2nd.
Confessions of a Food Stylist
Tuesday, May 14th @ 6pmFood Stylist, Author, and Food Consultant
will discuss styling & making food for photography
for advertising, packaging, & editorial
Tuesday, May 14th @ 6pm
Foreign Film Fridays ~ Departures
Departures ~ Friday, May 10th
Academy Award Winner
Friday, May 10th @ 1:30
A newly unemployed cellist takes a job preparing the dead for funerals.
Winner's Circle Piano Recital
Saturday, May 11th @ 2pmBoston Piano Amateurs Association is pleased to present four of its top, non-professional pianists, all major competition winners, in two recitals at the Eastham Public Library in April & May. Both recitals are free and open to the public.
Saturday, May 11th
Robert Berkowitz & Richard Einhorn
Pond Series ~ Mallards, Mollusks, Mosquitos and Mud
Tuesday, April 16thA seven-part series of programs focused on ponds, each covers a different aspect of pond life, from herring, turtles, and mallards, to environmental threats, water quality and the state of Eastham's ponds.
Pond Series ~ Sea-Run Fish in Our Ponds
Tuesday, April 30thA seven-part series of programs focused on ponds, each covers a different aspect of pond life, from herring, turtles, and mallards, to environmental threats, water quality and the state of Eastham's ponds.
Tuesday, April 30th @ 6:30
Ponds: Sea-Run Fish in Our Ponds
Our speaker for the third program in the series will be Brad Chase, Senior Biologist with the MA Div. of Marine Fisheries, Diadromous Fish Biology and Management Project and chair of the Harwich Conservation Commission.
Healthy Entertaining with a Classic Twist: Film & Food - with ECOA
Every Other Wednesday @ 3pm, March 27 - June 5Eastham Library has partnered with Eastham Council on Aging, and the Eastham Cultural Council, for an exciting new series this spring- Healthy Entertaining with a Classic Twist. The ECOA will offer six cooking programs (at the COA) on various themes with local Chef Heather Bailey of Optimal Kitchen. That same week the library will offer film screenings on the cooking theme with related snacks.
Please RSVP one week prior @ 508-255-6164.
Wednesday, March 27th @3pm ~ Under the Tuscan Sun (Mediterranean)
Wednesday, April 10th @ 3pm ~ Memoirs of a Geisha (Pan Asian)
Wednesday, April 24th @ 3pm ~ Bel Canto (Latin)
Wednesday, May 8th @ 3pm ~ Life of Pi (Indian)
Wednesday, May 22nd @ 3pm ~ Casino Royale (Caribbean)
Wednesday, June 5th @ 3pm ~ A Wrinkle in Time (Local Vegetable)
Painting in Retirement II
6 Week Painting Class with Peter Kalill @ ECOAThis class requires pre-registration. It meets at the Eastham Council on Aging building on Tuesdays from 12:30- 3:30 for six weeks starting Tuesday, March 19th thru April 30th. Call the COA @ 508-255-6164 to register. Made possible through a MCC grant.
Please see attached flyer for details, class schedule, and materials list- printable flyer.
April Exhibit ~ "Flights" by Lanny McDowell
Artist reception- Thursday, April 4th from 6-8pm
April's exhibit will feature bird photographs and lively paintings by artist Lanny McDowell.
The reception on April 4th- Avian Improv- will include a slide show of birds with piano accompaniment by David Stanwood.
The Cape Cod Times Daily Edition
With your Eastham Public Library cardThe Cape Cod Times Collection: Search more than 20 years of Cape Cod history with The Cape Cod Times Collection. Coverage from 1998 through current. Note: Choose the Image Format for the graphical version-the other options are text only.
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Note: The Sunday Crossword puzzle is not available through this service
the browser or with the Libby app..
NEW: Eastham Now Lending Wifi Hotspots!
The Eastham Library now has 5 Wifi Hotspots available for circulation.
These items will check out for 3 days at a time and are renewable. Call the library or visit the Circulation Desk for more information.
Closed Easter Sunday, April 21stThe Library will be closed on Sunday, April 21 - Easter Sunday
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