Truro Public Library is pleased to offer a talk by Tor Hansen on Cape Cod’s Shoreline Bio-Diversity on Tuesday, June 11, at 6:30 p.m. Local naturalist Tor Hansen will explore biological diversity in thriving and declining populations on our Cape Cod shorelines. Through his discoveries, illustrations, colorful photos, and astute observations, we will learn more about our local biodiversity and replenishing and diminishing marine food chains. Tor will teach us to look for clues when we examine tideline seaweeds, search for sand dollars, stranded fish, whelks, and horseshoe crabs along the shorelines, and hopefully find, in tidewater estuaries, a potpourri of fish, anemones, tunicates, and mollusks. Join us for an engaging, informative evening!
Ongoing Mindful Ease
with J.C. (Chuck) Hotchkiss
Tuesday, June 11, 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.
Friends of the Truro Library will hold their annual community luncheon at the Truro Library on Wednesday, June 12, at noon. At this potluck social, the Friends welcome the public to enjoy good food and to learn what the Friends are all about. You don’t need to bring a dish to come!
Thursday June 6, 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Stories, songs, fingerplays, and crafts for ages birth to five year olds. Drop-ins welcome. The June 6 storytime features Kidding Around Yoga Instructor Chelsey Price, who will share a combination of activities involving yoga poses, games, songs, books, and dancing, and will close the class with a guided meditation. Children will learn all the amazing benefits of yoga as they grow, glow, and flow.
Children Community Garden Group with Sustainable CAPE
Wednesday, June 12 (& Every Wednesday), 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!