• Centerville Public Library Annual Auction
    Thanks so much to all who contributed to this year's event!
    We could not have done it without the support of our tireless volunteers, generous donors, fabulous sponsors and wonderful patrons!
    We feel incredibly fortunate for the tremendous support of the
    Centerville Community.



  • Visit our Featured Events page
    to see what is coming up at the library!

     
  • Great gifts available...for yourself or someone special!

    BARNSTABLE BEARS: Lovingly dressed and donated by the group Knitting for a Cause.
    These adorable bears are available at either circulation desk for $25.



    These original Elizabeth Mumford coloring books have been paired with a box of 12 Crayola colored pencils to make gift-giving even easier!  The book alone is $10; $12 for the set.  We also still have a limited number of autographed books available for $15.
  • Mid Cape Chess Club



    Mid Cape Chess Club meets in the Poorvu Reading Room
    Tuesdays and Thursdays
    1:00 pm - 7:00 pm


    Players of all levels and ages are welcome!
  • Book Friends Group - Drop Ins Always Welcome!

    Will Resume in September at the library!
    Stay tuned for upcoming book titles.

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    June: Meeting date changed to June 29th
    Our Souls at Night  by Kent Haruf
    **Please note the June meeting will NOT be held at the library.  Please contact Nancy Farrell
    (n.ann.farrell@gmail.com) for the exact location.

     
  • Looking to join a knitting group? We have two...




    Knitters for a Cause: Tuesday mornings,
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Create items for local non-profit organizations.

    Centerville Knitters: Friday afternoons, 2:45 pm - 4:45 pm
    Newcomers of all ages and abilities are always welcome; instruction available!

    Coyle Community Room



IN HONOR OF INDEPENDENCE DAY
THE LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED
MONDAY, JULY 3rd & TUESDAY, JULY4th
WE WILL RE-OPEN WEDNESDAY, JULY 5th at 9:30 am


 



June Artist:
Toby Ellen Kalman

Works in acrylic, pastel, watercolor and pen & ink.


“I grew up in a house where every surface was one to paint where we traveled, what we read, what we saw, what we thought. In my early years, my dad took me to his figure drawing classes. Always winning accolades throughout college at the University of Massachusetts and later at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, I still express my life in art.”
     Toby Kalman


Ms. Kalman's work will be displayed in the Main Reading Room. A portion of the sales of her art will benefit the library.