• 150th Anniversary Ribbon Cutting Event
    from left to right: Will Crocker, Anita Bennett, Mark Ells, Karen McDonald, Dom Gautrau and Britt Beedenbender
    Our heartfelt appreciation to State Rep. Will Crocker, Town Manager Mark Ells, and Town Councilmember Britt Beedenbender for attending our kick-off event.
    Board President Karen McDonald and Trustee Dom Gautrau are joined by Library Director Anita Bennett.




February Artist of the Month
This month we feature a selection of works from
the private collections of our staff.
We hope that you enjoy it!


 
These works are not for sale.


We believe that the library enriches lives and strengthens community.
We hope that you believe that, too.
Please consider making a gift to our FY19 Annual Fund today.

Thank You
Contributions may be made payable to Centerville Public Library
585 Main St., Centerville, MA 02632

by credit card by calling 508-790-6220, or through
  Your donation is tax-deductible.
Centerville Public Library is a 501(c)3 corporation. Federal Tax ID is 042-221-700.

Next Viewing: Monday, February 25th




Ted Talks at Ten
Monday, February 25th
10 - 11 am

Join us to view these stimulating talks on our big screen.
Coffee will be served. No sign-up required; just drop by.

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 massbooktrails.oncell.com

PASSES to
CAPE CINEMA FILMS
and
COTUIT CENTER FOR THE ARTS
MAIN STAGE AND BLACK BOX THEATER

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.