The Spring 2016 Learning Series Brochure and Registration form are now available online and in the Library.Â Don't delay, register today!
Chatham Reads Poetry May 1 at 2:00 pm.Â Read your favorite poem or just come and listen.Â This popular Friends' program features Chatham residents reading favorite poems.Â Each reader is limited to five minutes and selections must be by recognized, published poets.Â Refreshments will be served at 1:30.Â Sign up atÂ the Front Desk if you are interested in reading a poem.Â
Discover the back-story of whyÂ local author, Barbara Eppich StrunaÂ wrote about the legend of 18th century pirate, Sam Bellamy and his lover, Maria Hallett in her book, TheÂ OldÂ Cape House.Â Â Using alternating chapters between present day and the 18th century, Barbara creates a modern day female protagonist who finds clues in her back yard that link her land to the pirate and then leads the reader on an exciting adventure.
Your heart is calling you to be your fullest expression - calling you to be Me, Finally.Â During this event, Dr. Mitch Tishler will discuss how his recently released book Me, Finally: Navigating Life with an Open Heart supports us to develop simple skills for living life with greater ease.
In celebration of ALA's Privacy Week, May 1-7,Â join Alison Macrina from the Library Freedom Project toÂ learn the basics ofÂ keeping your data a little safer. Alison will cover some of the threatsÂ to privacy that exist in the online sphere, as well as tools that canÂ helpÂ such as password management and safer browsing.Â Going online doesn't have to mean compromising privacy and security.