Fridays at 1:00 resumes with a fabulous program on Genealogy!

(please make note of the dates)

January 10th & 24th
February 14th, 21st & 28th

January 10 - General Introduction to Genealogical Research
January 24 - Immigration and Migration in Genealogy
February 14 - Using the Census in Genealogical Research
February 21 - Land and Probate Records for Genealogy
February 28 - DNA and Genealogical Research
This course is designed as a series.
It’s recommended that you attend all sessions.

January 21st - Owls of Cape Cod
Learn how to identify Cape Cod’s owl species, gain insights into their life histories and discover the art of owling!

February 4th - Magnificent Ospreys
Discover their amazing abilities and life history, how they have recovered from the DDT years, and how Mass Audubon is monitoring their nests.

Feb. 18th - Coming to a Suburb Near You
We will explore the local increase in abundance of deer,  coyote, fisher, turkey, bobcat and osprey and the conflicts, management measures and ethical considerations that arise as a result.

Friday, January 31st
1:00 - 2:00

Anca Vlasopolos is professor emerita of English and Comparative Literature from Wayne State University. After spending fifty years of summers on the Cape, she is now a permanent, full time resident of Centerville. She has published several scholarly journals on genealogy and her book publications span almost all genres!

Craigville Coffee House Open Mic - #SecondTuesday

NEXT Open Mic - Tuesday, January 14th
Sign up begins at 5:30
Please note: piano accompaniment is no longer available.