Events

Friday, February 5

Costing $10 per self-guided tour, Tour Takers can start, stop, pause, and re-take the tour as many times as they would like for 30 days. A portion of revenue earned will go to the Tour Creator, and all additional revenue will be donated to the Oak Bluffs Public Library.

Engage in a 16-stop, self-guided tour highlighting Black history in Oak Bluffs. Created by local historian and book author, Thomas Dresser, the tour allows...

Art is in our hearts. Explore connections outdoors - whether drawing, trekking in the forest or creating Sunday FUN days. Art workshops, individualized for...

Featuring Annette Sandrock, B&W photography; Beth Parker, paintings; and Darcie Lee Hanaway, paintings.

Led by Jason Mazar-Kelly (Yogijay). Classes will meet virtually through Zoom. This class is focused on soothing the nervous system through a combination of...

This is an all outdoors program with seasonal learning and activities that will include learning about and participating in our LandCulture Project,...

This is an all outdoors program with seasonal outdoor learning and activities that will include learning about and participating in our LandCulture Project,...

Pre-register by email. Kristen will deliver story bags with books for Friday's virtual story and reading time.

Come to the Children’s Room pickup window to grab an activity bag to do at home. Crafts will change weekly, and kits are appropriate for children of all...

Photographer Neal Rantoul witnessed the sudden spike in building development on the Island in the 1980s and 1990s, and sought to document the Island’s beauty...

Basia Jaworska parents’ stories of fighting Fascism in Europe during WWII raised her consciousness as a young girl. They always said, “Never take your...

“Imagine a time when the Americas were being taken, pirates were active the world over, Europe was collecting curiosities of the 'other,' nature was being...

Every great national movement simultaneously rises from, and gives rise to, thousands of local actions. Despite its reputation as an insular world, distant...

A finished sheep skin by Bethany

There are so many lovely things that sheepskins, and hides in general can be used for. Car seats, throws, rugs, blankets, décor, etc. Shepherd, tanner and...

Join Elyce on the Edgartown Library Children’s Place Facebook page for storytime. This storytime is geared toward preschool-aged children, but all are...

The West Tisbury Library will host an online Balance Series led by Kanta Lipsky. In this class, we will explore ways to strengthen our connection to the...

and Monday 9:30-10:am

Six-week course focusing on creating a home where respectful cooperation is normal.

With reference librarian Nina Ferry. Today's topic: Website Wise. Log into your account, place holds, order books outside of CLAMS, see our free resources...

In remote Western Australia, two estranged brothers, Colin (Sam Neill) and Les (Michael Caton), are at war. Raising separate flocks of sheep descended from...

This virtual class will be taught once again by Island artist Val Estabrook. This virtual art class for kids is an introduction to charcoal and will help...

Due to health and safety protocols for covid-19, Friday night dinners at Grace Church will be available as takeout for curbside pickup only. To request...

Come play, or learn to play, with Island librarians and friends. Every Friday night we'll be on our Discord server ready to play, teach or talk Magic the...

Two retired women, Nina (Barbara Sukowa) and Madeleine (Martine Chevallier), have been secretly in love for decades. Everybody, including Madeleine’s family,...

Friday, February 5