• Joseph DeRosa - Aug 27

    Local author Joseph K. DeRosa will present his new book, Vera's Story: Escape to Freedom on Aug 27 at 7:00 pm .  Vera’s Story is based on the true story of a Czech family caught up in the storm of history from the aftermath of WWI to the fall of the Berlin Wall. A story of courage, hope, and perseverance. About people, not politics. A human story. Vera’s story.  Chatham author Joseph K. DeRosa came to his first Eldredge Library [...]

  • Pamela Koch - Sept 5

    Thursday, September 5 @ 7:00 pm, Author Pamela Koch will be here to Share Stories of Healing from 9/11. Pastoral bereavement counselor Pamela Koch recently published an inspiring account of one support group's journey to facing their grief and finding answers in the wake of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.  In For Goodness' Sake: The Story Behind the Saint James 9/11 Bereavement Support Group, Koch chronicles the [...]

  • Anthony Amore - Sept 8

    We are delighted to announce that Anthony Amore, the Director of Security at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, will be the speaker for the Friends of EPL Edna May Hardy Speaker Series. Mr Amore will be speaking on the topic, “Stealing Rembrandts” and will address the three most important art heists in history, all of which occurred here in Massachusetts.  His talk will take place in the Forgeron Room of the Library on Sunday, [...]

  • Melanie Merriman - Sept 18

    Dr. Melanie P. Merriman, a healthcare consultant and author of Holding the Net: Caring for My Mother on the Tightrope of Aging, will share her personal story and lead a discussion about how to prepare for the challenges of aging and family caregiving on Wednesday, Sept 18 at 1:30 pm. The presentation will address stages and pathways through aging, where to find help, and the power of cultivating “healthy interdependence.” Free [...]

  • Poetry Walk @ Sylvan Gardens

    The Poetry Walk is back! This year, in addition to collaborating with the Chatham Conservation Foundation, we also joined the Town of Chatham and Friends of Sylvan Gardens. The Garden trails are an amazing backdrop to the Poetry Walk. For location and parking options, please visit www.sylvangardens.org.  The poems will be up through September.


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