Upcoming Events at Osterville Village Library

October 10th and 12th

Rising Tides: Climate Change in Barnstable– Have your questions answered at the Osterville Village Library Thursday October 10th from 5:30 to 6:30pm.  A presentation will be offered by Greg Berman, Coastal Processes Specialist for The Woods Hole Sea Grant and The Cape Cod Cooperative Extension.  To be addressed:  the science behind recent changes, future climate projections and additional resources for a better informed public.  Climate change is one of the most debated issues of our time. Politically charged arguments are just as passionate as the call for action based on scientific evidence.  Does Cape Cod’s unique ecosystem make it more vulnerable to climate change? What of the health of our coastal waters and impact to our economy? For more information contact the Osterville Village Library at 508 428 5757, or visit ostervillevillagelibrary.org

 Intro to Paranormal Research” – Have you ever seen or heard something you couldn’t explain? Are you fascinated by the notion that spirits and ghosts walk in our midst? If you believe such stories to be nonsense would you have the courage to enter a supposedly haunted house? Alone?  At night? Bring your goosebumps and get into the Halloween spirit. The Osterville Village Library and The T&K Paranormal Research Society present an introduction to paranormal research to be held at the Osterville Village Library Saturday October 12th from 11:00am to 12:30pm. Hear active paranormal investigators discuss evidence from their research and adventures, followed by a Q&A session.  For more information contact the Osterville Village Library at 508 428 5757, or visit ostervillevillagelibrary.org


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