Osterville Village Library Events During Stroll Weekend

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Osterville Village library announces upcoming events offered for Christmas Stroll weekend from Friday, December 7th to Saturday, December 8th.
OSTERVILLE MA: The Osterville Village Library (OVL) is pleased to announce the arrival of Mrs. Claus on the evening of December 7th from 5:00-7:00pm. Children can write their letters to Santa, visit the library’s hot cocoa station to warm up sponsored by Cape Cod Academy, and meet Mrs. Claus. She will be collecting your letters to bring back to Santa at the North Pole! On the Library Lawn will have Cape Cod Bear Factory parked and ready to help you build a stuff animal, with Osterville Fish providing a special treat! While you enjoy the festivities, stop by the Lawn to view some whimsical inflatable holiday decorations to get you in the spirit!

 

The Osterville Village Library announces Saturday, December 8th programs offered during the day. At 11:00am bring your dog to the Library Lawn as the Holiday Dog Parade begins for a brief stroll around town (weather permitting). Dress them up and they can enjoy dog treats and prizes after!
From 10:00-11:30am inside the library in the atrium will be the holiday themed Book Art Workshop. Learn to make either a book Christmas trees, a book Angel, or a book holiday wreath; all materials provided. Feel free to bring your own embellishments! No experience required; ages 10+, Teens, and Adults. Please register for workshop before the program as there is limited space and materials.
Join us in the Children's Room to read to Caz, our favorite local golden retriever! bring your favorite dog book (or choose one of ours); he's a god listener! All ages welcomed to drop in.
At 1:00pm in the OVL’s Upper Level Main Meeting Room you can listen as author Anthony Sammarco recounts the memories of the past and brings together the shared tradition of how Bostonians reveled in the gourmet foods, fine wines and libations of a once stalwart business with his latest book, “S.S. Pierce: A Boston Tradition.” The Osterville Village Library is handicapped accessible and located at 43 Wianno Ave. in Osterville. Visit our website OstervilleVillageLibrary.org. ###
 


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Osterville Village library announces upcoming Author Talk on December 8th for Anthony Sammarco.
OSTERVILLE MA: The Osterville Village Library (OVL) is pleased to announce the upcoming Author Talk with Anthony Sammarco on newest book “S.S. Pierce: A Boston Tradition.”
Anthony M. Sammarco is a noted historian and author of sixty books on the history and development of Boston, and he lectures widely on the history and development of his native city. He had been received the Bulfinch Award from the Doric Dames of the Massachusetts State House and the Washington Medal from Freedom Foundation. He is a Fellow of the Massachusetts Historical Society, a member of the Boston Author's Club and the Boston Athenaeum.

On Saturday, December 8th at 1:00pm in the OVL’s Upper Level Main Meeting Room you can listen as Sammarco recounts the memories of the past and brings together the shared tradition of how Bostonians reveled in the gourmet foods, fine wines and libations of a once stalwart business. After a century and a half, S.S. Pierce & Company was sold in 1967 to Laird Corporation and since 1986 has been a part of Kraft Foods Group, Inc. Check our website or call 508-428-5757 to confirm dates, times and registration details. The Osterville Village Library is handicapped accessible and located at 43 Wianno Ave. in Osterville. Visit our website OstervilleVillageLibrary.org. ###

 


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