News from the West Falmouth Library

Holiday announcements and upcoming events...

West Falmouth Library is closing at 1pm on Wednesday, November 27th, and closed on Thursday, November 28th, Thanksgiving Day.

World of Books Book Group next meets at West Falmouth Library on Wednesday, December 4th at 3:45pm. Discussing “The Gown: A Novel of the Royal Wedding” by Jennifer Robson. The Library is located at 575 West Falmouth Highway.

Children’s Author Christina Laurie will be at West Falmouth Library on Tuesday December 10th at 2pm (FPS Early Release Day) for a reading and signing of her latest book “The Lobster’s Night Before Christmas”. The Library is located at 575 West Falmouth Highway.

David Stanwood, inventor, scientist, teacher, composer and pianist, plays the 1918 Knabe Grand Piano and talks about the piano’s history at the West Falmouth Library on Sunday, December 15th, 4pm-5:30pm. In honor of and with thanks to June Atwood and her family for donating the piano to the Library. This event is made possible in part with grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.The Library is located at 575 West Falmouth Highway.

The West Falmouth Library Children's Program is looking for donations of the following toys for a future "Stay and Play Story Time: Building blocks, Bristle blocks, magnetic blocks; Housekeeping toys, kitchen set- pots,pans, utensils, plastic food,dishes, tea set; Trains, cars, trucks, construction vehicles; dolls, Beanie Babies. The Library is located at 575 West Falmouth Highway.


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