For events, please call the library at 508-362-3717 to reserve your spot.
Mask wearing is recommended.
Native American Culture
Friday, May 19th at 2 PM
Moon's Day, a Yarmouth Port resident with direct lineage from the Cheyenne and Abenaki tribes in the U.S. and Canada, will give a presentation on her family's heritage and Native American culture in the Central Plains of North America. She will bring examples of native artwork and dress.
Cape Wildlife Center
Friday, April 21st at 2 PM
Zak Mertz, Director of the Cape Wildlife Centers in Barnstable and Weymouth, will make a return visit, this time accompanied by Falco, a
red-tailed hawk with a badly injured wing, who was nursed back to health at the center.
Last spring, Zak brought Thor, an injured but recovered owl to entertain us in a very well-received program.
The Birdsey Cape Wildlife Center is a program of the New England Wildlife Centers. The center runs two non-profit wildlife veterinary hospitals and education centers located in Barnstable and Weymouth. Together they work to provide veterinary and rehabilitative care to sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals.
Seating will be limited so call to reserve your spot. 508-362-3717.
SAVE THE DATE
BOOK & PLANT SALE
SATURDAY, JUNE 24th
Further details to come.
Books: Please click here for details on book donations.
Plants: Please remember that we are all lucky that Sally Hockenbury offers every year to visit you to remove any unwanted plants. She pots and tends them in her own extensive garden, then brings them to the sale. This is a win-win situation for you and for YPL! As the weather warms, call Sally at 508-362-6045 to make arrangements.