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Schedule Note

Weston Library is open 9-1 on Wednesday, Dec 24
Closed on Thursday, Dec 25
Open regular hours on Friday, Dec 26

Weston Library is open 9-5 on Wednesday, Dec 31
Closed on Thursday, Jan 1

Looking for a great holiday gift? Consider the Friends

 Whether you purchase a Flavors of Weston Cookbook, a Friends membership for a friend, or join the Friends yourself, 100% of the proceeds goes back to the library.  Your gift to one will benefit many.  Memberships begin at $20 and the cookbook is $24.99, both are available at the library or online here. 

Upcoming Programs Brought to You by the Friends

Julia Glass  Dennis CowleyMeet Author Julia Glass!
Wednesday, January 14 at 7 PM
Award winning author Julia Glass will speak at Weston Library about her newest novel And the Dark Sacred Night. Julia Glass is the author of Three Junes which won the National Book Award in 2002. She also wrote The Whole World Over, I See You Everywhereand The Widower’s Tale. She has been the recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York Foundation for the Arts, and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Sponsored by the Friends of Weston Library

Patry Francis - credit Ted LukacThe Orphans of Race Point
Author Talk with Patry Francis
Saturday, Jan 31 at 2 PM
Spend a cozy afternoon listening to popular author Patry Francis talk about her latest novel, The Orphans of Race Point, a story of friendship of characters who meet as children growing up in Provincetown and the forces that push them together and pull them apart over the next few decades of their lives. This book has a Weston connection - come and find out what it is! Sponsored by the Friends

Recommended Reading 

Check out staff book recommendations on our new blog, FeastOnBooksBlog and we'll tell you what books we've enjoyed recently. Time is precious, so read the best first.

Weston Media filmed librarian recommendations for Winter 2015. Click here to watch.

Want to Read Library eBooks?

The OverDrive "Getting Started" page has information as well as videos.
Call the Reference Desk at 781-786-6165 with questions or to schedule an appointment for one on one help. 




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