Winter Music Series
Saturdays, January 25th ~ March 28th
Winter Music Series ~ Tom Leidenfrost
Saturday, January 25th @ 1pm
Thursdays at 3:30
2020 Repurposed Book Art ~ Contest & Exhibit
Guidelines for January Contest Entries & February Exhibit
Our Repurposed Book Art Contest & Exhibit returns!
You are invited to participate by creating a piece of book art using one or more books. Four age divisions- adult, high school, middle school, elementary school. Click here to download entry form.
Deadline: January 31st. For more info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-240-5950/ ext. 3132
Artwork- Molly Kiegan, 2017/ Photo- Anton Anderson
Quirky Movie Series
January & February ~ Thursdays @ 1:30
January Exhibit ~ Painting in Retirement
Artist Reception ~ Thursday, January 9th @ 5pm
January's art exhibit will feature the work of local artists who have taken up painting after retirement ~ a wonderful way to start the new year.
We hope you will stop by during the month of January. A reception for the artists was hosted on Thursday, January 9th @ 5pm.
Eastham 400 Commemoration
Visit the Eastham 400 web-site, events calendar, learn about Eastham’s storyEastham 400 Commemoration * Events Calendar * "The Story of the 'First Encounter' at Eastham" by Dr. Saxine
2019 Turnip Festival Winners!
TURNIP COOK-OFFThis year's Judges State Representative Sarah Peake, Cape Cod Times Food Critic GwennFriss, and Owner of Van Rensselaer's Restaurant Peter Hall awarded prizes to:Grand Prize ~ Sam's Deli ~ The Brackett Slider2nd Prize ~ Jailhouse Tavern ~ Turnip au Gratin3rd Prize ~ Whale Walk Inn ~ Eastham QuicheThe People's Choice Award (the dish receiving the most votes from the sampling public) wasawarded to: Eastham Turnip & Crab Rangoon by Chef Bob Willis from the C Shore Kitchen & BarTURNIP SHUCK-OFF1st place winner ~ Kim Radke with a time of 58 seconds2nd place ~ Kirsten Friedrich with a time of 1 minute 2 seconds3rd place ~ Amy Brocker with a time of 1 minute 13 secondsTHE ENORMOUS TURNIP CONTESTTwo contestants guessed the exact weight of our pumpkin wanna-be ~ 17 lbs 3 oz.Both names were put in the contest canister and Joe Durant was drawn as the winner.
First Encounters Before The First Encounter
A talk by Dr. Kathleen Bragdon, author of "Native People of Southern New England, 1500-1650."
Enjoy a Virtual Tour and 3-D Model of the LibraryVirtual Tour Full-Screen
TRY SHOUTBOMB FOR CLAMS REMINDERS & ALERTS🤤Read the full blog post about this texting software on CLAMS' web-site
The Eastham Public Library - For Every Chapter of Your Life