Did you miss the first meeting of CPL's Women's Group? Don't fret-- join us at the next meeting on Monday, April 3 from 1 - 2:30 p.m.

If you are interested in meeting other women, learning something new, and enjoying a hot cup of coffee, please join us for CPL's Women's Group!

Group meets the first Monday of the month from 1 - 2:30 p.m.

Interested in joining or have questions? Call (508) 790-6220 or email Erin at eandrews@clamsnet.org


Yoga at CPL

Friday, March 17| 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. | HYBRID

In collaboration with Yoga Neighborhood, CPL hosts a FREE Hatha yoga at CPL on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month from 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. We welcome you to join us either in-person or via Zoom!

The instructor will lead class indoors in our community room. Don't forget your mat!

Please request a Zoom link by 8 a.m. on the morning of the class!

RSVP for Yoga!

Cybersecurity Basics

Monday, March 20| 1 - 2:30 p.m. | IN-PERSON

Cybersecurity is all about the safety of information—our identity, our personal data, and our financial assets—when we’re online.

This in-person workshop is for those who are interested in safety online and want to protect themselves from fraudsters and scams. It will build participants’ confidence when they are visiting websites, creating passwords, and responding to email.

Seating is limited and registration is required.

RSVP for Cybersecurity!

Getting Your Affairs in Order

Monday, March 20| 10 - 11 A.m. | HYBRID

What does it mean to “get your affairs in order”? The answer to this question may be different for every family. This program will review basic records which your family may need access to. Stacey Cullen, Caregiver and Support Services Coordinator at BACC, will review the foundations, and answer questions about next steps.

Registration recommended but not required. If you would like a Zoom link to participate virtually, please register.

RSVP for Getting Your Affairs in Order!

Pilates at CPL

Saturdays, April 1, 8, 15, 29| 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. | IN-PERSON

In this mixed level drop-in class, Stott Pilates Certified instructor Joan Berglund will review the basics of the of Pilates through physical practice and a discussion of Pilates principles.

The Essential matwork repertoire is beginner-friendly but experienced practitioners can also learn ways to deepen their understanding of Pilates-based movement. Please bring a mat, water bottle and wear comfortable clothing.

Classes are donation-based, pay what you can.

RSVP for Pilates!


Let's Build Together!

Tuesday, March 21| 4 - 5 p.m. |IN-PERSON

Join other LEGO lovers and dive into our huge stash of LEGOs to build anything you want.

Each participant can take home what they make to keep!

Ages 5+, drop in, FREE!

Come take a walk AND read a story at Centerville Library!

Introducing our latest storywalk: Bloom by Julia Seal.

This beautifully illustrated story teaches readers why jellyfish are known as an indicator species, and what it means when we begin to see more and more of them in our oceans.

Our storywalks are set up around the perimeter of the lawn/garden to the right of the library and available 24-7!

Indoor Storytime

Mondays| 11:00 a.m. |IN-PERSON

Miss Becky will incorporate yoga and nature into this weekly indoor gathering of young minds. Come for the stories, leave with a smile!

Toddlers and preschoolers welcome.

Tales for Tails

Mondays| 3:45 - 4:45 p.m. |IN-PERSON

Interested kids (ages 6-12) can apply for the rewarding opportunity to volunteer as a Tales for Tails Reader. Readers will visit the MSPCA adoption center on Monday afternoons between 3:45 and 4:45.

Tales for Tails is a collaborative program between the MSPCA and CPL designed to provide calm and comforting socialization for shelter animals while encouraging community youth to read and volunteer!

To register, email Miss Megan at missmegan@clamsnet.org or call (508) 790-6220 x106.

Born to Read

Tuesdays| 3:00 p.m. |IN-PERSON

Early literacy begins at birth! Babies form brain connections-- determining how they learn, think and grow-- from the very moment they are born. Reading aloud to infants strengthens and develops their brain cells. Join us for a gentle circle time of stories, snuggles, fun and connection.

Drop-in. This weekly program takes place in the Children's Room.

Sensory Friendly Storytime

Wednesdays| 11:00 a.m. |IN-PERSON

Weekly 20 minute Storytime limited to 6 children (of all participation levels) and especially welcoming to those with sensory sensitivities. We’ll enjoy stories, songs, dancing and bubbles followed by free play until noon.

We have wiggle chairs and will share a variety of sensory items, but feel free to bring your own and/or noise-cancelling headphones.

Registration required—please share any triggers or challenging behaviors and let us know how best to support you. Caregiver participation required, siblings welcome.

To register, email Miss Megan at missmegan@clamsnet.org or call (508) 790-6220 x106.

Fresh Air Storytime

Thursdays| 11:00 a.m. |IN-PERSON

Join Miss Megan for stories, movement and music every Thursday at 11am!

We will meet on our back patio.

(No outdoor storytime if it’s raining)

Social Group for Neurodivergent Teens

2nd Friday of month| 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. |IN-PERSON

*Next meeting: April 14

This group is led by our amazing volunteer Isadora Greenberg, an advocate for Cape Advocates Standing Together. Isadora understands the social challenges a young person with autism and ADHD faces, so this inclusive group is a safe space to be and celebrate YOU!

Activities will be determined by the interests of the participants. We will share a variety of sensory items, but feel free to bring your own. Group for ages 13-18.  Registration required (limit 10).

To register, email Miss Megan at missmegan@clamsnet.org or call (508) 790-6220 x106.


Artist of the Month: Teresa Goulart

Teresa Goulart considers herself a full-time nurse and a part-time whimsical artist. After being diagnosed with breast cancer, she needed an outlet to relieve stress.

A self-taught artist, she hopes to bring a smile through her paintings. She is a member of YAG, Yarmouth Cultural Center, and Cotuit Center for the Arts, and her favorite things to paint are animals and pet portraits.

Her works are available for purchase in the front lobby, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the library.

Stay up-to-date during the week by checking out our social media!

We post service and program news, as well as fun videos, on our Facebook and Instagram pages.

We also upload recorded programs to YouTube for access anytime!


Come join the Barnstable Newcomers’ Club for our March meeting with guest speakers, Nancy Dillon and Karyn

Wendell, who will present “Thrifting 101: From Trash to Treasure.”

Wednesday, March 15 at 7:00 p.m.

United Methodist Church Hall

57 Pond St.,Osterville

All residents welcome, no need to be a "newcomer"!


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