Fishers Island Library’s Summer Events 2018

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July Programs and Events

July Programs and Events

Tuesday, July 3 – Story Hour 4:30-5 pm

Tuesday, July 3John Burnham is our guest for the annual Peter Brinckerhoff Nautical Lecture Series event. A coach, past champion, and former editor of Sailing World and Cruising World, John will take you on a photo tour of the 80-year history of the iconic International One-Design sailboat. 5:30 pm

Tuesday, July 10 – Bring the family to hear the dynamic, engaging, energetic and heartfelt Carol Glynn! Carol leaps into your heart with complex characterizations, thoughtful storylines, and humor that inspires rip-roaring laughter. Carol has performed her interactive shows from coast to coast for delighted audiences (recommended for ages 5 and up). 4:30 pm

Thursday, July 12 – IPP 4-6 year-olds will visit the Library for some stories and a fun project!

Saturday, July 14 – Visit us on the Green during the IPP Craft Show. There will be books for sale & “adoption” and other goodies! 9 am-noon

Tuesday, July 17 – Story Hour 4:30-5pm.

Tuesday, July 17 – Jamie MacGuire, author of Real Lace Revisited: Inside the Hidden World of America’s Irish Aristocracy, joins us with a light and funny take on the Irish in America; including business, politics, philanthropy, and the arts. Book signing to follow! 5:30 pm

Sunday, July 22 – Friends of the Fishers Island Library Reception 5-7 pm. Please join us for drinks and hors d’ oeuvres as our expression of appreciation for the support you’ve all shown to our beloved Library.

Tuesday, July 24 – Story Hour 4:30-5 pm.

Tuesday, July 31 – Marilyn Day – In 1850, the extended Day family was living at Graniteville Road in Westford, Mass. From 1862 through 1878 three of the family members wrote journals or diaries telling about their daily life on the farm and in the town. Marilyn Day transcribed the diaries and in 1998, the New England Historic and Genealogical Society (NEHGS) published her work, Westford Days. In her talk with us she will share items of interest from the diaries and the lasting legacy of the family. 5:30 pm.

Tuesday, July 31 – Story Hour 4:30-5 pm.

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