• Eastham Community Blood Drive

    Wednesday, October 28

  • In the Wake of the Mayflower

    September Exhibit ~ Karen Rinaldo

    September's Art Exhibit features the work of artist and visual historian Karen Rinaldo from her book "In the Wake of the Mayflower," co-authored with Kevin M. Doyle (2019).

    Their unique book chronicles the journey from the Old World to the New World, a story told through the places and events that have shaped our history for the past 400 years. The book is available with your library card.


    Exhibit Link
     
  • Community

    Five Images, One Theme

    To sustain interest in the arts, encourage conversation and response, and provide suggestions for reading and viewing, the Eastham Library invites the public this summer to enjoy a presentation of nonlocal artwork unified by the theme, Community. These gorgeous, enlarged images can be viewed from the library’s Reading Garden.  The images and corresponding multigenerational reading and responding suggestions may also be viewed by clicking on this link. If you would like a take-away packet of the images and companion pieces, please call the library (508-240-5950) to arrange a time for curbside pick-up.

    Rafael Lopez illustration
  • Story Time with Fran

    Weekly on Instagram

  • Virtual Pajama Story Time

    Thursdays at 6:30 pm

  • The Sunset Series ~ A Virtual Eastham 400 Event

    Now available on YouTube


    The Sunset Series commenced with the ringing of a bell 15 minutes before sunset and continued with daily 10-minute presentations of Eastham’s history for 99 evenings from June 1st - Sept. 7th.


    This entire series is now available on our Eastham 400 YouTube channel.


    photo: Andrea Daniels


     
  • Curbside Pick-up

    Please call the library for more info!

  • Virtual Book Club Discussion Group

    "The Story of the "First Encounter" at Nauset" by Ian Saxine


    Please join us for our third and final discussion on the history of the 1st Encounter in Eastham on its 400th anniversary-one that helps separate fact from fiction.

    Tuesdays 6:30-7:30pm
    Sept. 29th - Nov. 3rd on ZOOM

    Read Online (Scroll down  ~ PDF version is printable)
    Register Here You will receive a confirmation and a ZOOM link a day before the event (Registration is required) Come to all six sessions or just one!


    For more information about the book and topic
    This program is part of the Eastham 400 Commemoration
  • New CLAMS app!

    Available now for download




    Search for CLAMS Library Network in your app store!
     
  • Not sure where to find online programming?

    Check out the MBLC calendar of Massachusetts online programming!


    MBLC online events calendar
  • New books to look forward to - Read the new issue of Book Page online


  • No CLAMS card?

    Get an ecard!

    CLAMS ecard

    If you don’t yet have a CLAMS library card, you can now register online and start downloading ebooks or use state databases immediately. Here’s how:

    You will need a computer or cell phone and access to your email account.

    1. Go to https://library.clamsnet.org/selfreg

    2. Fill out the form and submit. The screen will refresh, with your name, new card number and username. Print the info, take a screenshot or jot down your new card number – you’ll need it in just a moment.

    3. Click the link in the first bullet point to log in and create a PIN/Password:
    Login to My Account and establish a PIN (Password) Scroll down to and click Did you forget your PIN/Password? Enter your new card number.

    4. Check your email for a link to set your PIN/Password.

    Your ecard will now be valid until June 30th and will give you access to materials at OverDrive for eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines (when asked for your library, select “CLAMS Library Patrons”). It also includes all Massachusetts Library Databases (select any library to begin). Individually owned library databases such as Hoopla are not included.

  • LIBRARY UPDATE

    COVID-19

     
    Out of concern for the health and safety of our patrons, staff and volunteers, the Eastham Public Library building is closed to the public.

    The Library staff is offering curbside service and is available to provide services to the public by phone and email.  Our delivery system is again operational so you can now request books from other CLAMS libraries to be delivered here in Eastham.  Please note everything is a bit slower...
      

    We encourage patrons to use OverDrive eBooks, try our new streaming RB Digital service,  watch a movie via Hoopla, listen to music on freegal, read the online Cape Cod Times or NY Times online, or explore other online services available from the library’s homepage. 

    List of libraries offering free WIFI in their parking lots courtesty CLAMS:
    https://info.clamsnet.org/clams-libraries-public-wifi-access/
     
    Please begin returning books to the library book return. All library fines will be waived.   Please note checkin of materials will be delayed 72 hours as part of the quarantine process.

    Thank you for your patience during these unusual times.

     


Learn about Eastham

Visit the Eastham Historical Society's web-site & Facebook pages

Eastham Historical Society Preserving Eastham's Past for Eastham's Future







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