Thank you for supporting the library!


We had a really successful jewelry sale this year and we have YOU to thank!


Your purchases provide critical funding for services and programs here at CPL.  We hope to see you here again soon!

New Storytime starting  May 16!

Mondays| 11:00am |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!


Storytime will take place in the Children's Room.  Masks are optional but recommended.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Your Children Don't Want It. What Do You Do?

Thursday, May 12| 10:30amam - 12pm | VIRTUAL


We hear it every day. “My Children Don’t Want It. What Can I Do?”. And it’s happening all over America. In this session Mike will give you 15 Tip & Strategies designed not only to help you deal with your “Stuff”, but hopefully help you make some good money when selling it.


Mike Ivankovich has been involved in some phase of the Antiques & Collectibles business for more than 40 years. He has been named Pennsylvania's “Auctioneer of the Year” by fellow Auctioneers.

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Yoga at CPL

Wednesday, May 18| 10:30 - 11:30am |HYBRID


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


The instructor will lead class indoors in our community room. Please wear a mask while indoors, and don't forget your mat!

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Cape Cod Substance Use Prevention

Thursday, May 26| 5:30 - 6:30pm |IN-PERSON


Kate Lena, MPH, Program Manager of Substance Use Prevention for Barnstable County, will present data on substance use in Barnstable County, youth use-prevention and tips for parents, and will showcase some local resources.


Joined by colleagues from Calmer Choice (Harwich) and First Steps Together (Wellfleet), Lena will engage participants in knowing what is happening in our communities, and how to support one another in living a safe and healthy life.

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Author Talk with Sharon D. Anderson

Friday, June 3| 1 - 2pm | IN-PERSON


What began as a fifty-seven-acre farm with a five-room house and grew to a many acres thriving airport with very busy air traffic is a story that needs to be told. Aviation and the need for this new concept of transportation grew as a few visionaries formed the Hyannis Airport Corporation with a board of directors and stockholders one of which was Amelia Earhart.


Sharon D. Anderson, PhD, RM, is the Founder of the Cape Cod Writers’ Studio. An expert in the field of self-publishing, she hosts two writing studios through Zoom each week and is the owner of Cape Cod Publishing.

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YOUTH SERVICES PROGRAMS


Thursdays at 11:00am


Join Miss Megan for stories,

movement and music on

our back patio

every Thursday at 11am!


No outdoor story time if it’s raining

Call ahead to check:

(508) 790-6220

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Tales for Tails is back!

Starting Monday, May 2


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!

Apply by emailing Miss Megan!

My Life In Color

Thursdays beginning May 12| 3:30-5pm |IN-PERSON


Keeping an Art Journal is a way to be creative and take care of yourself at the same time!  Think of keeping an art journal as a way to decorate your beliefs and ideas. In this six week in-person program, you can socialize with new friends while exploring different kinds of art. Led by Lenore Lyons.


Workshop for ages 10-14, snacks provided. We ask that participants commit to attending all 6 workshops.

This free program will be limited to 10 participants,

so register right away to grab a spot!

Fun & Games!

Wednesday, May 25| 12pm |IN-PERSON


10 graduating seniors from Sturgis Charter Public School will be hosting a carnival for all to enjoy!


Activities include an obstacle course, hopscotch, cornhole, LEGO table, crafts, temporary tattoos, bowling, hula hoops and more!


FREE!  All ages & abilities welcome.  No registration required.

Kids Take & Make Crafts!


Make a special flower for a special mom in your life!


Take & Make craft bags are FREE and available in the Children's Room while supplies last.


Come in and grab one while you check out some books and movies!

LIBRARY NEWS

Artist of the Month: Howard Thomas


As a native Cape Codder, Thomas grew up in Centerville, attended Barnstable High School and enjoyed learning to draw in my high school art classes under the direction of Vern Coleman, a local Cape Cod artist.  After graduation, he joined the 173rd Airborne Brigade serving both on Okinawa and in Vietnam. Post-enlistment he returned home, raised a family, and recently retired as Director of Operations for Cape Cod Academy.  He now spends time drawing Cape Cod and New England historical landmarks as the subject of his work.


Check out his artwork (which is available for purchase) and learn more about the series in our front lobby. Art up throughout May.

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!

Looking for a Book Club?

Start one at Centerville Public Library!


We’re hoping to add more book clubs to our schedule.Times are flexible! Reserving space for book clubs is FREE and your first meeting here will include tasty snacks on us!

Email Erin at eandrews@clamsnet.org with ideas and she will help coordinate.

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