Upcoming Events at West Falmouth Library - April 2018

A little something for everyone...

The Short Story Study Group at West Falmouth Library meets on Thursday, April 19th, 6:45-7:45pm. The stories are: “Guests of a Nation” and “The Uprooted” by Frank O’Connor. Copies of all stories are available at the circulation desk or email [email protected], for copies. West Falmouth Library is located at 575 West Falmouth Highway.

Enjoy a musical afternoon as baritone John Murelle celebrates the songs of Johnny Mercer, Sunday, April 22nd at 4:00pm at West Falmouth Library, 575 West Falmouth Highway. Tickets are $20 at the door. For more information, call the library at 508-548-4709. Murelle will be accompanied by William Merrill on piano and Duncan Martin on saxophone. 

Join us for a lecture by historian Michael McNaught on “Women Spies of the Civil War”, Tuesday, April 24th at 7:00pm at West Falmouth Library, 575 West Falmouth Library. This is a free event. For more information, call the library at 508-548-4709

The Citizens’ Enlightenment Project at West Falmouth Library is a reading group for thoughtful citizens who want to understand the deeper issues at the root of current events.The next meeting is Thursday, April 26th at 6:30pm, discussing Adam Johnson’s story collection Fortune Smiles.  West Falmouth Library is located at 575 West Falmouth Highway.

West Falmouth Library (575 West Falmouth Highway) hosts its annual festive fundraiser, “A Moveable Feast,” on Saturday, April 28th. Cost to attend is $80 per person. Reserve early, as space is limited. Call the Library at 508-548-4709 or purchase tickets through EventBrite at eventbrite.com/e/moveable-feast-tickets-44189371600 (a service charge of $4.24 applies). The event runs 5:30pm-9:30pm, with hors d'oeuvres, cocktails and a silent auction at the renovated Library, then dinner at one of nearby private homes.

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