Library Programs

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Falmouth Memorial Library strives to provide a broad range of programs for all ages. Beginning with the community’s youngest members, who are introduced to the Library in our popular Baby Sing-alongs, through to our adult patrons who enjoy author talks, career guidance and technology training for seniors. Library programming is tailored and responsive to our community and always open to patron input.

The library’s Adult Services department offers virtual programming, reference services, and technology assistance. We are happy to provide assistance searching for information on any topic. Email your questions to reference@falmouthmemoriallibrary.org. All of our programs are currently meeting virtually using Zoom. For more information on any of the programs listed or to receive the meeting link, please contact reference@falmouthmemoriallibrary.org.

Current Program Offerings – November 2020:

Great Books
Every Other Monday, 10:00AM-11:00AM
Great Books meets every two weeks to engage in critical, reflective thinking and engagement of readers of all ages through discussion of selected works. Our group reads a pre-selected story and then discusses a variety of aspects of the text

2nd Wednesday Book Group
2nd Wednesday of each month, 1:00PM-2:00PM
The Falmouth Memorial Library Book Group meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. The group reads a mixture of fiction and non-fiction. For our November meeting, the group is reading Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann.

No Boundaries Book Group
The 4th Friday of Each Month, 3:00PM-4:00PM
The No Boundaries Book Discussion is a monthly program in which folks can chat about what they’re reading. There is no assigned book, we just ask that you come ready to chat with your friends and neighbors about what everyone is currently reading. It’s an opportunity to share ideas, recommendations, and connect with others.

A Common Yarn
Thursdays 1:00PM-3:00PM
A textile craftsmanship group that meets weekly to work on and share their own projects created by knitting, felting, tatting, weaving, embroidery, spinning, etc. Participants are encouraged to bring along their unfinished projects for a little inspiration and guidance.