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Some Library Programming Notes…

OK just a reminder of two programs that are happening this week. Tomorrow night, June 1st, there will be one of our favorite programs ... Death & Dessert! Meet three Massachusetts mystery authors. Randall Peffer, author of Listen to the Dead, Steve Ulfelder, author of Purgatory Chasm, and Dave Zeltserman author of Outsourced. Dessert begins at 6:30 p.m. and the talk begins at 7:00 p.m. FREE, with the generous support from the Falmouth Public Library Trustees.

On Saturday, back by popular demand, Ruth Bleakley, bookbinder and paper maker will be returning to the Falmouth Public Library to run TWO workshops. Ruth will take the mystery out of hand-sewn books as she helps you to create three pamphlet stitched notebooks to take home using a variety of interesting decorative artist’s papers. No experience needed - easy for beginners, kids that can handle a needle and thread are welcome with their parents. Previous participants of Ruth’s classes are also welcome. All materials and tools will be provided, as well as an instruction sheet for you to take home. Both workshops will take place on Saturday, June 4th. Sign up for EITHER Noon - 1:30 OR 2:00 - 3:30. Thanks to the Trustees of the Falmouth Public Library and the Massachusetts Local Cultural Council for helping to bring these workshops to the library.

Then looking to the end of June, we will have the Providence Brigade Band performing on the library lawn. You might have been at last year’s Adam Ezra Group concert on the library lawn, which was a great time for everyone. Now, switching gears completely, we have the Providence Brigade Band, a Civil War period brass band! If there is one thing I love about the public library, it is that we try to have something for everyone! So mark your calendars now for Wednesday, June 29th at 7:00 p.m. on the library lawn, bring your picnic and your lawn chair or blanket for a great night of music!

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