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Curious and Fascinating Stories of Barnstable

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

Curious and Fascinating Stories of Barnstable with The Barnstable Historical Society Tuesday March 2nd @ 6:30 pm Via ZOOM at Sturgis Library The Town of Barnstable has a well-known, and occasionally eccentric, history. There’s always something new to learn! Did you know that a Barnstable resident was tarred and feathered? Or that Swift hot dogs ...
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Mystery and Crime Fiction with Steph Cha, Elizabeth Hand, Rachel Howzell Hall, and Dan Chaon

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

Join Sturgis Library for a panel discussion with Steph Cha, Elizabeth Hand, Rachel Howzell Hall, and Dan Chaon on reading and writing crime/mystery fiction. There will be an hour discussion followed by an audience Q and A. This talk will be held over Zoom. Email sturgisreference@comcast.net to sign up! FREE! All are welcome! Author Bios: ...
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Mystery and Crime Fiction with Steph Cha, Elizabeth Hand, Rachel Howzell Hall, and Dan Chaon

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

Join Sturgis Library as we discuss the current state of Mystery and Crime fiction, the craft of writing in those genres, and everything in between with four of the most celebrated authors in the field. A Q and A will follow. To sign up, email SturgisReference@comcast.net. LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE. FREE! All are welcome!

Corn Meal Injun Dumplin’s: Wampanoag Traditional Gardens and the Real Meaning of Caring for the Land

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

In this presentation, Linda Coombs will focus on the method of Wampanoag gardens of the 17th century, traditional landscape management practices and what it means to have a relationship with the land. This theme will be followed through the colonial pressures, impacts, and changes and how corn stayed with us to present times. This presentation ...
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Perennial Food Growing with Food Forest Initiative of Cape Cod

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

Join Sturgis Library for this Free ZOOM talk with the Food Forest Initiative of Cape Cod! Food Forest Initiative (FFI) is a volunteer collaborative that promotes Cape Cod biodiversity and food sovereignty through public plantings and educational actions. Our knowledge is based on permaculture and “Restoration Agriculture” experiments in our own yards and farms. We ...
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Preparing for Sea Level Rise: Climate Vulnerability for Coastal Environments and Communities

Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street, Hyannis

Preparing for Sea Level Rise: Climate Vulnerability for Coastal Environments and Communities Wed. April 14th @ 7 PM via ZOOM This program is co-sponsored by Eldredge Public Library, Wellfleet Public Library, and Sturgis Library. Mass Audubon and Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW) will present on the impacts of sea level rise on communities within ...
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