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Join us for an immigrant’s story in the film A Better Life, hosted by We Stand Together and the Oak Bluffs Public Library. Discussion to follow.
The library will be closed during this after-hours screening, so please enter through the meeting room doors on the parking lot side of the building.
League of Women Voters presents a Spring candidates forum for OB Town Elections.
iRest Yoga Nidra is a modern, secular form of the ancient technique. While Steve typically works with trauma and anxiety-stricken individuals, this workshop will be open to all who want to experience a deep state of relaxation. Space is limited; those who can commit to attending the entire series should call to reserve a spot. No experience necessary.
Want to be more involved in politics? The first step is knowing how things work.
Join former MVRHS Civics teacher Corinne Kurtz and current Oak Bluffs town moderator
Jack Law for a discussion on the political process, from national to local.
Just in time for Town Meeting— bring your warrant, ask questions, get motivated.
The AARP offers tax preparation assistance for seniors and low-income tax payers. To make a reservation, call the Oak Bluffs Council on Aging.
Contact: Dorothy Dropick – 508-627-5705
The Steering Committee meets at 4 pm on the first Wednesday of each month to plan and carry out LFOB projects. We invite you to drop us a line, give us a call, or stop by one of our meetings (1st Wednesday of the month).
Contact “Library Friends of Oak Bluffs” at:
Colleen Morris 508-693-3605
Library Friends of Oak Bluffs
PO Box 1421
Oak Bluffs, MA 02557-1421
or visit us at www.oakbluffslibrary.org/LFOB.