Are you feeling lucky??
Last year's winner won $860!

Drawing to be held on Monday, December 17th @ 3:00
You don't need to be present to win.


Our Holiday Giving Tree Tradition Continues!

The Department of Children and Family Services has provided us with the names of 100 needy children. Those names now decorate the tree in front of the geranium window. The ornaments include a child's name, age, size, gender and wish list.
Please come in and select a child's name from the tree and bring it to the front desk. Once you have shopped for your child, please return the wrapped present(s), labeled with the child's name, to the library by
December 12th.
Your generosity will make a difference in a young person's life.
Thank you!


Want a tour of Centerville? Download the App!

In anticipation of our 150th anniversary, we’ve created a walking tour that not only gives a little history of the library, but a look back at what makes Centerville unique. Thanks to our partnership with Mass Center for the Book, an organization dedicated to serving libraries, we’ve created a 45 minute tour that begins and ends with the library and includes information on the buildings and places around Centerville. Narrated by a CPL Board member, with research by Britt Beedenbender, the walk takes you on a leisurely stroll, describing stops along the way. Download the app MassBookTrails, choose local tours—Centerville, head to the library and enjoy your tour. MassBookTrails can be found in the app store and through iTunes. It’s also available on the web at

For more information about CPL 150 events, follow the link below:


Centerville Library, in partnership with Cotuit Center for the Arts and Cape Cinema, is celebrating the life of Pat Andres, a devoted patron, by sharing her love of theater and film with others. A bequest from Pat has made it possible for us to offer admission passes to these wonderful venues.
Contact the library for more information.