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Have you heard the news? The Chilmark Free Public Library
is now part of the CLAMS network, a consortium of all of the public
libraries on the Cape and Islands as well as Cape Cod Community College.
Your CLAMS card will be good at any CLAMS library. You can check
out from and return materials to any library that is convenient for you.
You now have access to a library of over 6,000 E-books and downloadable
Grow Your Family Tree
Ancestry.com is free at the Chilmark Public Library. Stop in and access this popular online genealogy resource free from a library computer.
Mango Language Programs online programs are free at the Chilmark Public Library
Click here to start learning a new language.
Since its founding in 2007, Mango Languages has grown to
become one of the world's leading providers of online language learning
products. Mango is free for all Chilmark Library patrons, accessible through
the library’s website with a Chilmark library card number. We now offer 77 languages! Mango also has a mobile app so you can learn on the go.
lesson combines real life situations and audio from native speakers with
simple, clear instructions. The courses are presented with an appreciation for
cultural nuance and real-world application that integrates components of
vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar and culture.
Wednesday, Nov. 12, 5 p.m. The Chilmark Public Library is reaching back into island
history with the showing of a recently
discovered silent film from 1921 that was filmed in Menemsha. Annabell Lee,
based loosely on the poem by Edgar Allen Poe, features seldom seen film footage
of Menemsha before the village was destroyed by a hurricane in 1938 and the Gay
Head lighthouse before erosion threatened to sweep it out to sea.
Wednesday, Nov. 19, 5 p.m. Join Chef Robert Lionette as he talks
about the new book: Morning Glory’s Farm
Food: Stories from the Fields, Recipes
from the Kitchen and try some tasty samples of his farm fresh food.This newest book from the
Morning Glory Farm team is written by Gabrielle Redner with photography by
to change – contact the library at 508-645-3360
by the Friends of the Chilmark Public Library