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Focusing on Community Services for People with Special Needs

Saturday, April 27 at 10:00 am

The Hearing Loss Association of America Cape Cod Chapter presents David Ziemba, Dean of Academic and Student Affairs, Learning Resources and Student Success from Cape Cod Community College, who will talk about opportunities and services for students of all ages and abilities. The Meeting Room has an audio loop in the sound system and CART (real time text translation.) The loop works with your hearing aid telecoil or request headphones. Everyone welcome. Come early for coffee.

Painting for the Artistically Challenged

Saturday, May 4 from 10:00 to 1:00

Join Andrea Favret, artist and instructor at the Sandwich Community School, as she introduces you to the world of watercolor painting. Follow along step-by-step and learn how to create a New England landscape, your own work of art ready to be taken home to display. All painting supplies provided. A $10 materials fee must be paid to instructor. Please call the library to register: 508-760-6219.

Author's Friday Series - William Martin & The Lincoln Letter

Friday, April 26 at 2:00 pm

Widely considered one of the best writers of historical fiction today, William Martin succeeds once again with his newest novel. Historian and author Doris Kearns Goodwin says The Lincoln Letter is a wonderful combination of sparkling mystery, intriguing characters, and lively history. His ten previous award-winning novels include Cape Cod, City of Dreams, and Back Bay.

Come meet the best selling author and perennial favorite in the Author's Friday Series. Registration recommended by calling the Library at 508-760-6219.


April's Meeting Room Artist - Jim Sands

After being discharged from the Air Force, Jim briefly gave commercial art a try, but decided the time wasn't right. He pursued his other love, broadcasting, which brought him to WNBC, New York & WHDH, Boston, and others. Upon retiring, he moved to Dennisport, and was inspired to pick up a paintbrush again.

His paintings cover a wide range: the exhibit includes dogs, flowers, portraits and lighthouses. Come see his work in our meeting room!

Wizard's Workshop

Friday, April 19 at 11:00 am

Do you have some aspiring magicians home for school vacation? Hosted by Wizard Throckmorton (aka Greg McAdams), the Workshop is for ages 7 to 12. The wizards-in-training will be learning how to perform real magic tricks from a fully-costumed wizard. All of the magic tricks they learn can be easily mastered, and they will receive all of the props needed to perform these magical effects. In addition, each student will receive his or her very own magic wand! Please call the library to register, as Throckmorton can only accept 30 young wizards for this year's class. 

"Know Lowe's?" Discussion

Friday, April 12 at 11:00 am

The group "Local Business for a Strong Cape Economy will lead a discussion on how the chain store Lowe's might affect the traffic, economy, community, and environment in Dennis. Come and explore the possibilities with your neighbors. Everyone welcome.