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   Saturday, July 26, 2014
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Author Alfred Knight Book Talk
Event Location:
Contact: Sue Martin, Director   508-420-0550
smartin@clamsnet.org
Discussion with Alfred Knight, author of Wing Toward the Stars.

A classical violinist's involuntary journey to an Appalachian coal community releases him from the weight of his past and lets him discover the well-spring of music.



   Monday, July 28, 2014
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM
Astronaut Antics at Whelden
Event Location: Whelden Memorial Library
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Join Miss Gail at Whelden (West Barnstable) Library for Astronaut Fun. Story and craft. Part of the Barnstable Children's Librarians Collaborative Summer Reading Program.


   Tuesday, July 29, 2014
11:00 AM -
Julie and Denya - Songs of the Sea Performance
Event Location:
Contact: Sue Martin, Director   508-428-5757
smartin@clamsnet.org
Continue to celebrate Summer Reading with a performance from Julie and Denya 


3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
Storytime
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Stories, snacks, songs and crafts for all ages. Walk ins welcome!


   Wednesday, July 30, 2014
10:00 AM -
Summer Drop-in Book Group
Event Location:
Contact: Kirby Lee, Adult Services/Reference Librarian   508-428-5757
klee@clamsnet.org
The Last Summer of the Camperdowns
by Elizabeth Kelly

No monthly obligation, no guilt! No matter whether you have read the book before or you are reading it for the first time, whether you loved the book or hated it: Drop in and join the discussion! Contact the OVL for more information. 




10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Storytime
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Stories, snacks, songs and crafts for all ages. Walk ins welcome!


   Thursday, July 31, 2014
5:30 AM -
Silver Foxes Performance
Event Location:
Contact: Sue Martin, Director   508-420-0550
smartin@clamsnet.org
A unique Cape Cod Dance Big Band Music from 1930-1950's on the Osterville Village Library lawn (concerts will be held in the Main Meeting Room should it rain). 


3:00 PM - 3:45 PM
Astronaut Antics
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Join Miss Gail for Astronaut Fun. Story and craft. Part of the Barnstable Children's Librarians Collaborative Summer Reading Program.


   Friday, August 01, 2014
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Ski Sale to benefit the OVL
Event Location:
Contact: Maryann Colombo    508-420-0550
mcolombo@clamsnet.org.
Famous Brands. New & Used Equipment. Great deals up to 50% off! 


   Saturday, August 02, 2014
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Ski Sale to benefit the OVL
Event Location:
Contact: Maryann Colombo    508-420-0550
mcolombo@clamsnet.org.
Famous Brands. New & Used Equipment. Great deals up to 50% off! 


9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
OVL Shindig
Event Location:
Contact: Sue Martin, Director   508-420-0550
smartin@clamsnet.org
Features: Arts & Crafts Friends of the OVL Book Sale, Jewelry, collectibles and more…Join us and socialize while enjoying the venue and summertime at the Osterville Village Library!


   Sunday, August 03, 2014
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Ski Sale to benefit the OVL
Event Location:
Contact: Maryann Colombo    508-420-0550
mcolombo@clamsnet.org.
Famous Brands. New & Used Equipment. Great deals up to 50% off! 


   Monday, August 04, 2014
4:00 PM -
Meet the Author: Jake Klim, author of Attack on the Orleans
Event Location: Main Meeting Room
Contact: Sue Martin, Director   508-420-0550
smartin@clamsnet.org
On the morning of July 21, 1918—in the final year of the First World War—a new prototype of German submarine surfaced three miles off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The vessel attacked an unarmed tugboat and its four barges. A handful of the shells fired by the U-boat’s deck guns struck Nauset Beach, giving the modest town of Orleans the distinction of being the only spot in the United States to receive enemy fire during the entire war. On land, lifesavers from the U.S. Coast Guard launched a surfboat under heavy enemy fire to save the sailors trapped aboard the tug and barges. In the air, seaplanes from the Chatham Naval Air Station dive-bombed the enemy raider with payloads of TNT. Author Jake Klim chronicles the attack from the first shell fired to the aftermath and celebrates the resilience of Orleans at war.


   Tuesday, August 05, 2014
3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
Storytime
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Stories, snacks, songs and crafts for all ages. Walk ins welcome!


6:00 PM -
"Count Them One By One" Black Mississippians Fighting for the Right to Vote
Event Location: Main Meeting Room
Contact: Kirby Lee, Adult Services/Reference Librarian   508-428-5757
klee@clamsnet.org

In 1961, Forrest County, Mississippi, became a focal point of the civil rights movement when the United States Justice Department filed a lawsuit against its voting registrar Theron Lynd. While 30 percent of the county's residents were black, only twelve black persons were on its voting rolls. United States v. Lynd was the first trial that resulted in the conviction of a southern registrar for contempt of court. The case served as a model for other challenges to voter discrimination in the South and was an important influence in shaping the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

Count Them One by One is a comprehensive account of the groundbreaking case written by one of the Justice Department's trial attorneys. Gordon A. Martin, Jr., then a newly minted lawyer, traveled to Hattiesburg from Washington to help shape the federal case against Lynd. He met with and prepared the government's sixteen courageous black witnesses who had been refused registration, found white witnesses, and served as one of the lawyers during the trial.

Decades later, Martin returned to Mississippi to find these brave men and women he had never forgotten. He interviewed the still-living witnesseses, their children, and friends. Martin intertwines these current reflections with vivid commentary about the case itself. The result is an impassioned, cogent fusion of reportage, oral history, and memoir about a trial that fundamentally reshaped liberty and the South.




   Wednesday, August 06, 2014
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Storytime
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Stories, snacks, songs and crafts for all ages. Walk ins welcome!


   Thursday, August 07, 2014
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Lego Club
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Come and create with us! Legos provided.


6:00 PM -
Daddy O's Performance
Event Location:
Contact: Sue Martin, Director   508-420-0550
smartin@clamsnet.org
1950's era sounds on the Osterville Village Library lawn (concerts will be held in the Main Meeting Room should it rain). 


   Friday, August 08, 2014
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM
5-8 year old Storytime
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Story and activity for school aged children.


   Saturday, August 09, 2014
10:00 AM -
"The Vintner's Daughter" By Kristen Harnisch Book Launch
Event Location: Main Meeting Room
Contact: Kirby Lee, Adult Services/Reference Librarian   508-428-5757
klee@clamsnet.org
In 1895, seventeen-year-old Sara Thibault’s dream is to follow in her father’s footsteps as master winemaker at their stunning Loire Valley family vineyard, Saint Martin. But after her father passes unexpectedly, her mother’s hasty sale of the land places it in the hands of a rival family whose oldest son, Bastien, can’t be trusted. A violent tragedy leaves Bastien dead and compels Sara and her sister to flee to America. 

Though Sara is committed to eventually reclaiming her family’s vineyard, she decides to travel to California with the hope of making her own way in the winemaking world. When she  encounters Bastien’s brother, Philippe—a man as committed to bringing his brother’s killer to justice as he is to building the largest vineyard in Napa—they are instantly drawn to each other. But now Sara must make a choice: to risk discovery or run again. Will Philippe help her regain Saint Martin, or prosecute her for her crime?

Kristen Harnisch’s sweeping debut is a tale of betrayal, retribution, love, and redemption. THE VINTNER'S DAUGHTER is a captivating storythat immerses readers in the rich cultures of the Loire Valley, New York, and Napa and a tenacious heroine’s fight to determine her own destiny.

All are welcome to attend this book talk and signing. Local Booksellers Books by the Sea will be providing The Vintner's Daughter for purchase at the event. Light refreshments will be served. 



   Tuesday, August 12, 2014
3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
Storytime
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Stories, snacks, songs and crafts for all ages. Walk ins welcome!


   Wednesday, August 13, 2014
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Storytime
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Stories, snacks, songs and crafts for all ages. Walk ins welcome!


   Thursday, August 14, 2014
6:00 PM -
Jumpin' Juba Performance
Event Location:
Contact: Sue Martin, Director   508-420-0550
smartin@clamsnet.org
Mix of blues and roots-y rock and roll tunes on the Osterville Village Library lawn (concerts will be held in the Main Meeting Room should it rain). 


   Friday, August 15, 2014
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM
5-8 year old Storytime
Event Location:
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Story and activity for school aged children.


   Tuesday, August 19, 2014
3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
Storytime
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Stories, snacks, songs and crafts for all ages. Walk ins welcome!


4:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Fiction 2 Film: A Teen Book Group
Event Location:
Contact: Kirby Lee, Adult Services/Reference Librarian   508-428-5757
klee@clamsnet.org

Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card

Read the book, then come and watch the movie! We will discuss any differences between the book and the movie, and which format we thought was best. Pizza will be served at intermission. 

For teens grades 7-12. Parent signature required at signup. 



   Wednesday, August 20, 2014
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Storytime
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Stories, snacks, songs and crafts for all ages. Walk ins welcome!


10:00 AM -
Summer Drop-in Book Group
Event Location:
Contact: Kirby Lee, Adult Services/Reference Librarian   508-428-5757
klee@clamsnet.org
North of Boston
by Elisabeth Elo

No monthly obligation, no guilt! No matter whether you have read the book before or you are reading it for the first time, whether you loved the book or hated it: Drop in and join the discussion! Contact the OVL for more information. 




   Thursday, August 21, 2014
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Lego Club
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Come and create with us! Legos provided.


6:00 PM -
Burt Jackson Quartet
Event Location:
Contact: Sue Martin, Director   508-420-0550
smartin@clamsnet.org
Original upbeat jazz and favorites on the Osterville Village Library lawn (concerts will be held in the Main Meeting Room should it rain). 


   Tuesday, August 26, 2014
3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
Storytime
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Stories, snacks, songs and crafts for all ages. Walk ins welcome!


   Wednesday, August 27, 2014
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Storytime
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
gnemetz@clamsnet.org
Stories, snacks, songs and crafts for all ages. Walk ins welcome!


   Saturday, September 06, 2014
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
OVL Shindig
Event Location:
Contact: Sue Martin, Director   508-420-0550
smartin@clamsnet.org
Features: Arts & Crafts Friends of the OVL Book Sale, Jewelry, collectibles and more…Join us and socialize while enjoying the venue and summertime at the Osterville Village Library!


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