The Truro Public Library is pleased to host “Questions and Answers about Immigration on the Cape,” with attorney Collin Mickle. Here is an opportunity to learn more about options for immigrants and their families; how one might receive free legal assistance and representation for applications to US Citizenship and Immigration Services; how to apply for Green Cards, work visas, family reunification, temporary protected status, naturalization, visa renewals, and more; where to attend citizenship classes; how to get referrals to community resources; and information about public benefits available to you. This program does not have a political agenda! Mr. Mickle will focus on the practical challenges of navigating the U.S. immigration laws and policies. While you’re here, look for new materials from our collection on the subject. Attorney Collin Mickle is the Coordinator of the Immigration Resource Center, which was launched in March 2017 by the Hyannis-based Community Action Committee of Cape Cod and the Islands.
Ongoing Mindful Ease
with J.C. (Chuck) Hotchkiss
Tuesday, October 3, 5:30–7:00 p.m.
Join an ongoing gathering to practice mindfulness and meditation: Learn how to inhabit life with a mind of peace, joy, and deepening attention. The popular winter series has continued as an ongoing, bi-weekly workshop. JC (Chuck) Hotchkiss is an artist/educator who continues to enjoy a lifelong engagement with meditative practices.
The Next Chapter Book
Tuesday, October 3, 1:00 pm.
The NCBC is a nationwide program that provides the fun and focus of a book club to adolescents and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Weekly meetings of the group continue each Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. through December 19. Please consider joining us! Contact Tricia or Maggie at the Truro Library for more details by calling 508-487-1125.
Thursday, September 28, 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Stories, songs, fingerplays, and crafts for ages birth to five year olds. Drop-ins welcome.
Children Community Garden Group with Sustainable CAPE
Wednesday, October 4, 4:00 p.m.
Join us for outside adventure, learning and art in our edible garden behind the library. Learn all about seasonal, local food we can grow ourselves and how our harvest helps the health of our bodies, community and environment. All welcome! Followed by Free Lunch for Kids at 11:30 a.m.