• Line Dancing - July 29 @ 7 pm

    Join in the fun when our favorite dance instructor Brett leads us in learning some of the most popular line dances on the party and wedding circuit. Be ready for a good time, some healthy exercise, and a lot of laughs! Bring the whole family! All ages can participate!  Can't make it?  Don't worry, Brett will be back on August 19 for another night of line dancing!

  • Author:John Brebbia - July 30 @ 7pm

    Mr. Brebbia is returning this summer to talk about his latest book, Teeth: A Wicked Southern Satire. This book is about a stout, horse-faced Miriam Potts and her balding, obese, thirty-something son Hans. In 1979, this pair of self-righteous bigots flee from ethnically challenged Camden, New Jersey to tiny, time warped, segregationist Gumball Georgia in search of the kind of peace and contentment they are convinced only the Old [...]

  • Youth Summer Programs

    The Collaborative Summer Library Program is back and the 2015 themes - Every Hero Has a Story for pre-readers through grade 4 and Unmask! for students in grades 5-12 - provide us with an extraordinary opportunity to consider what it means to be a hero.  Youth Services offers a variety of events and activities for you and your family. Whether you are a year-round resident or a visitor, we invite you to join us for a fun-filled [...]

  • Support our Summer Raffle

      Tickets NOW available for the Friends' 2015 Chatham by the Sea Summer Raffle .  Win your choice of 9 sensational prizes.  Click Here to see the prizes and for more information.  Drawing of the raffle winners will be held on August 22 during  "Books in Bloom."  From 5:30-7:30 on August 22 you are welcome to wander through the library to see 12 floral arrangements depicting some of your favorite books.  Refreshments and cash [...]

  • English Language Class

    Our summer ESL class is back!  The English Language and Conversation Class is designed to provide an opportunity for people to practice and improve their English.  The ESL Conversation Class is free and open to the public.  Classes are  Wednesdays @ 10:30 am and  Tuesdays @ 5:30 pm.  They will run throughout the summer.  For information and class registration please contact Amy Andreasson at the Library at 508-945-5170. 

   
 

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