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  • Rendering of Reading Room


  • Rendering of Reading Room


  • Rendering of Reading Room


  • Rendering of Reading Room

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Mass. Memories Road Show Comes to EasthamSave the Date
The Mass. Memories Road Show
Sunday, May 7
10 AM - 3 PM

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Jazz: Its Roots and Branches - Swing with Fred Boyle
Thursday, April 27, 7:30 pm
This week's musician is Fred Boyle, a gifted pianist and accompanist who has performed with artists as diverse as the Platters, Bobby Rydell, Boots Randolph, Chet Atkins, Denny Dias (Steely Dan) and Joan Rivers to New England favorites Dick Johnson, Shawnn Monteiro, Suede, Cape Cod Jazz Quintet and the Cape Symphony. Fred has traveled extensively as music director for Norwegian Cruise Line and featured pianist for Seabourn Cruise Line. He has performed at music festivals and jazz venues throughout New England including the Provincetown Jazz Festival, Wequassett Jazz Festival, Regatta Bar and Scullers Jazz club. Fred resides on Cape Cod with his wife Leslie and black lab Jaymee.
                                                                                                  

The Jazz Series -- Don't know your Bebop from your Boogie Woogie? Eastham Public Library presents a six-week music series showcasing America's unique contribution to the world of music, Jazz: Its Roots & Branches: Understanding America's Music, every Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. from April 6 through May 11. The story of jazz is that of a constantly shifting synthesis of European conventions and African traditions continually creating new sounds and new sensibilities. The series begins on April 6 with a concert by the renowned jazz band of Nauset Regional High School and then continues on April 13 with the first of five performances by exceptional musicians who are experts in their musical styles and will talk us through what makes the Blues the Blues or propels the beat in Latin jazz, all the way from Ragtime to Fusion with that eminently danceable Swing in between. All of the events are free and open to the public and generously sponsored by Friends of the Eastham Library.
 
 
New - Genealogy Series
Save these dates!
Family Tree Genealogy seriesFamily History 101
Donna Zucker from StoryGuide

Saturday, April 29th @ 1 PM

Let a professional biographer guide you to write and preserve your life stories and family history. This lecture will simplify the process to help you distinguish what it is you want to say and how you can do it. You will be encouraged to go beyond the basic facts to tell the stories that truly matter to you and your family—the people, places and events that defined and shaped your life, and your family’s history. Now is the time to share and preserve these life stories so they can be remembered for generations.

​Introduction to Ancestry.com
Eastham genealogist Patty Donohoe
Friday, June 2nd @ 2 PM

​Tips and Troubleshooting:
Research using Ancestry.com

Eastham genealogist Patty Donohoe
Friday, June 9nd @ 2 PM
 
Learn to use the Library’s in-house subscription to Ancestry.com.  This program will be held in the Eastham Room.  

Patty began conducting her own family research in the 1980's and even used ancestry.com back in the mid-90's when it was a fledgling online company. A teacher by profession, she has been teaching and helping others to uncover their own past as far away as Xi'an, China. Patty currently serves as a Family History Consultant in the LDS Church and as an archivist at the 1869 School House in Eastham.

​The DPLA & Internet Archives as Genealogy Resources With Diane Brooks Sherry
Date & Time to be announced




 
Outermost Land: Musings on Cape Cod - April Art Exhibit
Paintings and Photographs by Heather Pilchard
Heather Pilchard works
Artist reception Thursday, April 6th  4:30-6:30 p.m.
Exhibit  April 4th - April 29th

 
Outermost Land is an exhibit of paintings and photographs of Cape Cod.  Heather lives in Wellfleet and graduated in 1995 from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston with a BFA.  Heather has been painting since 1984 and has exhibited nationally.  More Information
 

Civic Engagement Series Continues
Thursday, May 4, 2 p.m.

Lawn Care and Gardening - Best Practices

Please join the Eastham Health Department in welcoming Russ Norton from Cape Cod Extension to discuss best management practices in using fertilizer efficiently to protect Cape Cod waters.  He will discuss good lawn care and gardening practices.  Bring all your lawn care and gardening questions!  
 
Mass. Memories Road Show
Sunday, May 7 from 10 AM - 3 PM
Mass Memories Road Show


YOU ARE THE HISTORY OF EASTHAM!

SUNDAY, MAY 7, 2017  --  10 AM - 3 PM

 

The Mass. Memories Road Show celebrates everyone’s story and contribution to Eastham, whether you have recently moved here or have lived here your entire life.

Bring 1 to 3 photos to be copied and included in a public digital archive at openarchives.umb.edu.

All are welcome join your neighbors in Eastham’s new community center, the Eastham Public Library.

Stop by at any time during the event.

Watch this Public Service Announcement to learn more about the Road Show!


The Mass. Memories Road Show is produced by the Joseph P. Healey Library at UMass Boston and is co-sponsored by the Patricia C. Flaherty ’81
Endowed Fund. 


 


New Hours - Library open until 6 PM on Wednesdays
New Hours:
Sunday & Monday Closed
Tuesday & Thursday 10 - 8
Wednesday 10 - 6
Friday and Saturday 10 - 4
 
Meeting Rooms and Gallery/Exhibit Space Applications
The Library is now accepting requests for meeting room and exhibit space use.  Details are listed on this we-site under "Services"