February 1 - March 15
Please bring donations of new PJs for kids aged birth - 18 to the Eastham Library's Children's Room
The PJs will be distributed to local children and teens
March Exhibit - Quiltations: Fiber Art by the Cape Cod Pod
Opening Reception with Harpist Priscilla Smith, Thurs. March 8th @ 3 PM
Robin Maguire, Sue Colozzi, Judy Sebastian, Brenda Jones, Jane Ashbrook, Meredith Pearson, Ro Morrissey, Diana Svahn, Jeanette Spencer, Marianne McCaffery, Elaine Skolar, Priscilla Smith, Elaine Hicket, Liz Devlin , Phoebe Girard
Winter Music Series: Kim Moberg
Saturday, March 24, 1:00 pm
Singer/songwriter/musician Kim Moberg is a self taught, finger pick style acoustic guitarist. Kim has an introspective interpretation of songs and is especially drawn to musical stories that tug at feelings of melancholy, heartbreak, and healing. Her original songs speak to reunion, awakening and social consciousness.
March is Women's History Month
Come check out books from our Women's History Month display
Photo credit: Hannah Muse
Preventing Identity Theft
Tuesday, March 27, 10:30 am at the Eastham Public LibraryIdentity Theft is a frightening prospect and can have serious consequences for those affected. There are many ways in which even the less technically-proficient of us can protect ourselves. Many are free and others are low cost. This protection becomes even more important as many of our homes become more connected. To learn more, attend this presentation by Mary Lou Roberts, internet marketing author, for a jam-packed information session. Bring a pencil and paper for your questions!
The Eastham Public Library - For Every Chapter Of Your Life
Winter Music: Kim Moberg
Saturday, March 24, 1 pmKim Moberg. Self-taught as a finger pick style acoustic guitarist and singer-songwriter, Kim Moberg is an introspective interpreter especially drawn to musical stories that tug at feelings of melancholy, heartbreak and healing. Sponsored by the Friends of Eastham Public Library. Free to all.
HOW CREATORS CREATE
A Five-Part Series, March 22 - April 19
Explore the process of creation with five working artists from different media. Learn how and why artists think, feel, process and create. Become inspired to tap in to your own creativity!
Beginning with "Creating Music," presented by Fred Magee on Thursday, March 22 at 5:30 pm,
the series will include:
"Creating Drama," with Lynne Johnson, March 29
"Creating Photographs," with Heidi Straube, April 5
"Creating Fiction," with Jeannette De Beauvoir, April 12
"Creating Films," with Chris Szwedo, April 19
📢ATTENTION ALL CLAMS LIBRARY NETWORK PATRONS
Shoutbomb texting software is now available to alert you about available holds and more!
CLAMS has partnered with Shoutbomb to provide patrons with a new text messaging service. This new service will launch on March 1st, 2018. 📅
With the Shoutbomb Text Messaging Service, you can use your mobile phone receive text notices about your holds that are available, items that are due soon, overdues, and fines and send a text to renew an item.
All you need is a text messaging capable phone and a subscription to a text messaging plan with your wireless carrier. You do not need a smartphone. 🤤
Read the full blog post on CLAMS' web-site
Disclaimer: There is no charge from the library for this service; however, you may see a charge for incoming text messages at the standard rate applied by your cell phone carrier, depending on your plan or package.