We had another well attended Movie Night on Tuesday, February 20, when we showed: “Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont”.
Several attendees commented that they enjoyed the movie very much and were eager to see more movie’s at the library in the future!
Our next movie will be showing on Tuesday, March 20 at 6:00pm!
Please call the library or come to the library in person to find out what movie will be showing and join us for an entertaining evening at the library!
On Saturday, February 17, over 20 people attended our two programs concerning African American History!
You can see several other pictures from the events by visiting our library’s flickr account, more pictures will be posted shortly.
Thank you once again to the Martha’s Vineyard Cultural Council for partially funding our morning event, Tell A Story-Leigh French: An African American Story Time!
February is African American History Month and the Oak Bluffs Public Library has several displays and events planned:
Saturday, February 17 at 1pm: Tell A Story – Leigh French, an African American Story Time – (for ages 6-10)
Saturday, February 17 at 3pm: African American History Celebration! – (geared towards Junior High-High School students although anybody that is interested in attending is welcome!)
Please visit our events calendar for full descriptions of these events!
Dorothy West Exhibit – Upstairs near the Reference Desk.
African American History on Martha’s Vineyard – Materials from our Martha’s Vineyard collection are on display in the upstairs Historical Room.
To see pictures of these displays, please click here!