Our Annual Book Sale is finally here! Find used books in all categories, for all ages at BARGAIN prices! The sale will include hardcover and paperbacks, fiction and nonfiction, DVDs and CDs. Browse and shop Thursday July 20th 10-4, Friday July 21st 10-4, and Saturday July 22nd 10-2. All sales will benefit the Oak Bluffs Public Library.
Put yourself on our giant map of Oak Bluffs! On Saturday, July 22nd from 10-11:30, kids can decorate a house, drive the streets with toy cars, and have fun exploring their town with our special map.
Saturday, July 15 at 10am & 11am, kids can build and decorate their own gingerbread houses. Space is limited. Please call the library at (508) 693-9433 to sign up.
We have four weekly programs this summer for Children and Teens starting in July that will go through August. Lego Club is Thursdays at 6pm. Teen Construction Challenge is Wednesdays at 2:30pm. Family Board Game Night is Tuesdays at 6pm, and Storytime with Island Grown Schools is Tuesdays at 11am. We will also continue to have storytimes Wednesdays and Fridays at 10:30am, and Thursdays at 11am. Please contact the library if you have any questions.
Join us Wednesday, July 5th from 1-2pm at Niantic Park to celebrate the start of Summer Reading! Kids can sign up for Summer Reading (if they haven’t already) and enjoy a FREE bowl of Ben & Bill’s ice cream.
LanDforms and Schmantze Theatre present
The Home Show, June 16 & 17 at 7 PM
(an original movement theatre experience for the books)
FREE. Reservations strongly recommended as space is limited: http://thehomeshow.bpt.me/
Conceived and performed by Abby Bender, Leah Crosby, and Danielle Doell
Be prepared to stand and walk. May not be appropriate for all ages.
Please enter on Pacific Avenue. No late admission.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Martha’s Vineyard Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Join us for a special screening of Screenagers, Monday, May 15th at 6:3o PM at the MVRHS Performing Arts Center. Everyone welcome. Panel discussion to follow. FREE!
Sponsored by MVLA and MVRHS.
On Thursday, April 27th at 6pm join Reference Librarian Nina Ferry and former editors of the MV Times Nelson Sigelman and Doug Cabral, for an evening of talks on getting reliable information, the fake news phenomenon, and what journalistic integrity means in 2017.
Sorry for the inconvenience yesterday, Tuesday 4/25/17, when our computers were down after lunch. Please note they are back in action as of Wednesday 4/26/17. We will see you at the library!
Kids 5-9 are welcome to join certified yoga instructor Emily Histen for yoga and movement on Tuesday, April 18th at 11am.