Madeleine Blais will be coming to the library for a special after-hours event to discuss her wildly popular book, To the New Owners.
Annual Book Sale
Huge, 3-day book sale to benefit the Oak Bluffs Public Library — sponsored by the Library Friends of Oak Bluffs.
Used books in all categories, for all ages, at BARGAIN prices including:
adult, teens & children
hardcover & paperback, fiction & non-fiction
DVDs & CDs
Sale dates and times:
Thursday …. July 19 … 10am – 4pm
Friday ……… July 20 … 10am – 4pm
Saturday ….. July 21 … 10am – 2pm
Come practice Tai Chi with us! All skill levels are welcome. Every Friday.
Come join us as we play the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering. We will be playing different formats each week; it is recommended for intermediate and above players. Get in touch ahead of time if you are a beginner and want to learn, and we may be able to arrange instruction. On the first and third Fridays of the month.
Your Mission: Select any Mexican cookbook from the CLAMS collection
1. Select a Recipe
2. Follow the Recipe
3. Bring it in for everyone to try
4. Discuss Successes and Pitfalls
The U.S. Slave Song Project (USSSP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public about authentic U.S. slave songs. U.S. slave songs, also known as Negro spirituals, are true American folk music.
“Staying sane while applying to college gets harder every year, as the college application process becomes more and more competitive. Don’t Sweat the Essay’s Elizabeth Benedict, a bestselling, award-winning author and leading college counselor (and former Ivy League writing professor), offers ten tips to relieve stress and make sense of the chaos. She specializes in the college application essays, and will take your questions at a lively talk. Visit: http://DontSweatTheEssay.com