Upcoming Events at West Falmouth Library - July 2018

A little something for everyone...

Join us at West Falmouth Library as we host members of the College Light Opera Company for an afternoon of song, Sunday, July 15th at 4pm.  Tenor E. Mark Murphy and Maestra Beth Burrier are back to entertain with Broadway, Film, and Cabaret favorites from the last 100 years. Free. The Library is located at 575 West Falmouth Highway. For more information, call 508-548-4709.

 

West Falmouth Library hosts Stage Talk with Cape Cod Theatre Project, Monday, July 16th at 10am.  Learn from the playwrights and directors about their journey and the tips and techniques they have used to produce wonderful plays. Featuring Jon Kern’s “Broken” and P.K. Simonds’ “Bearded Ladies”. Free. The Library is located at 575 West Falmouth Highway. For more information, call 508-548-4709.

 

The Annual West Falmouth Library Art Show and Sale opens with a reception on Friday, July 20th, 5-7pm. Viewing of the show is available during Library hours Saturday, July 21st to Saturday, August 4th. The show will be open an extra hour on the last day, August 4th, 10am-2pm. Featuring work of various media from local artists, the event serves as a fundraiser, as sales benefit both the Library and the artists. The Library is located at 575 West Falmouth Highway. For more information, call 508-548-4709.

The Short Story Study Group at West Falmouth Library meets on Thursday, July 19th, 6:45-7:45pm. The stories are: “Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?” and “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” by Raymond Carver.  The group is led by staff member Renee Voorhees. Pick up story collections or copies at the Library circulation desk. No sign up required. Newcomers always welcome.  The Library is located at 575 West Falmouth Highway. For more information, call 508-548-4709. 


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