• Visit our Featured Events page
    to see what is coming up at the library!
     Follow this link to Special Children's Events!

  • Planning a trip abroad? Let us help you get ready!

    Your Centerville library card gives you unlimited access to this wonderful program! Choose from 60 different languages, including English.
    Your first lesson is just a few clicks away!
  • Yoga with Bettina ~ for all ages and abilities!

    Bettina Brown of Centerville Yoga and Wellness Center
    holds a one hour Yoga Class, on the 1st & 3rd Thursdays each month.
    12:00 - 1:00 ~ Coyle Community Room
    Beginners encouraged; all levels welcome.

    Bring a yoga mat, water & blanket or towel

    Sessions are free, but donations to the library are always welcome.

  • 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 Meet Monthly on the 3rd Thursday, 5 pm

    Book Club ImageNext meeting March 15th:
    Upcoming Books:
    (complete list here)

    A Piece of the World  by Christina Baker Kline
    Shtum by Jem Lester

    Please contact Nancy Farrell (n.ann.farrell@gmail.com)
    for additional information.
  • Looking to join a knitting group? We have two...

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

    Knitters for a Cause:
    Tuesday mornings,

    10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Create items for local non-profit organizations.

    Coyle Community Room

Have you seen our latest newsletter?

New Year, New Newsletter ~ January 2018!


February Featured Artist: Eileen Powers

Eileen Powers
photographer, artist, designer
A Centerville local, you may have seen Eileen walking her big white dog Sampson in the neighborhood. Her February 2018 exhibition, The Sea & Me, features scenes of Craigville Beach, Centerville, Kalmus Beach and other local shores. Eileen photographs the beauty of public spaces and beaches, and has a particular interest in environmental/social portraiture. She is an MFA candidate (visual arts/photography) at Lesley University.


Eileen's work will be for sale and on display in the Main Reading Room.
A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the library.