F.I. Library Events Schedule: Master Story􏰁teller Len Cabral

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 16 – 5:00 PM Special Book Group Event
The Library Book Club is teaming up with the Movie Theater for this month’s meeting. We’ll meet at the Movie Theater at 5pm to discuss our book selection, High Fidelity by Nick Hornby.

From the bestselling author of About a Boy, A Long Way Down and Dickens and Prince, High Fidelity is a wise and hilarious novel about love, heartbreak, and rock and roll. A screening of the movie will begin at 6pm.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 19 – Master Story􏰁teller Len Cabral – 5:00
One of our favorites is back! Len Cabral is an internationally􏰁 acclaimed story􏰁teller 􏰇who has been enchanting audiences 􏰇with his stor􏰁telling performances at schools, libraries, museums and festivals since 1976. Len’s tales are energetic, imaginative, and captivating! *Appropriate for kids and adults of all ages!

TUESDAY, AUGUST 23 – Story􏰁 Time for ages 1-3 @ 9:3􏰀 am.


TUESDAY, AUGUST 23 – Author Ellen Warner – 5:3􏰀0
The Second Half: Forty Women Reveal Life After Fifty
The Second Half e􏰃plores, in photographic portraits and interview􏰇s, how􏰇 the second half of life is ex􏰃perienced by􏰁 w􏰇omen from many􏰁 different cultures. From a French actress to a British novelist, from an Algerian nomad to a Saudi Arabian doctor, and an American politician, Ellen Warner traveled all over the world to interview women about their lives. She asked them what they learned in the first half that was helpful in the second, and what advice they would give to younger women. Their revealing and inspiring stories are enlightening for all readers and are illustrated by􏰁 Warner’s stunning portraits 􏰇which tell their ow􏰇n story􏰁.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 – E.B. Bartels – 3:00
Good Grief: On Loving Pets, Here and Hereafter
Join us for a visit from former board member and dear friend of the FI Library, E.B. Bartels. About the Author: E.B. BARTELS is a former Ne􏰇tonville Books bookseller and a GrubStreet instructor, w􏰇ith an MFA from Columbia. Her w􏰇riting has been published in Catapult, The Rumpus, The Millions, and The Toast. She lives in the Greater Boston area. *Reception to follow

Call for more information 631.788.7362

Printable Library Schedule – August 2022

2022 Past Events:

TUESDAY, JULY 12 – Story Hour for ages 1-3 @ 9:30 am.

TUESDAY, JULY 5 – Novelist and Architect Peter Matthiessen Wheelwright – 5:30
The Door-Man, A Reading/Book Signing, and Conversation with Billie Tsien

Peter Matthiessen Wheelwright is a novelist, architect, and Emeritus Professor at The New School (Parsons School of Design) in New York City. As It Is On Earth, his first novel, received a 2013 PEN/Hemingway Honorable Mention for Literary Excellence in Debut Fiction.




SATURDAY, JULY 9 – Come see us at the IPP Craft Show 9:00-12:00 on the Village Green.

We will have books for sale and “adoption” and some other goodies!

TUESDAY, JULY 12 – Author Arthur Houghton – 5:30
Standing Still Is Not an Option, a memoir.

The author is a former Foreign Service officer who was intimately involved with US policymaking toward the Middle East; a museum curator who associated with saints and criminals; the founder of a company that created links between businesses in the United States and those in the Arab World; and a writer of thriller novels. Standing Still is Not an Option recalls the details of his extraordinary life.


WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 – 5:30 PM Book Group Meets at the Library.
This month’s book is HOUSEKEEPING, by Marilynne Robinson

All are most welcome!


TUESDAY, JULY 19 – Story Hour for ages 1-3 @ 9:30 am.

TUESDAY, JULY 19 – Crocodile River Music – 5:30
Crocodile River Music was founded in 2011 to support African artists to present African art, music, and dance that educates and connects audiences of all ages, backgrounds, and capabilities. Kids and adults alike will enjoy this interactive musical event!

TUESDAY, JULY 26 – Story Hour for ages 1-3 @ 9:30 am.

TUESDAY, JULY 26 – No Library Event. Join us in attending “The History of Race Rock Light” at the Movie Theater and help support our beloved lighthouse.


TUESDAY, AUGUST 2 – Story􏰁 Time for ages 1-3 @ 9:3􏰀 am.

MONDAY, AUGUST 8 – Author Jack Carr – 5:30
Join us as the #1 NY Times Best Selling Author talks about the fifth book in his James Reece series, In the Blood: A Thriller. An eight-part series based on Carr’s first novel, The Terminal List, was recently released on Amazon Prime video and stars Chris Pratt. *Adults onl􏰁y please.


TUESDAY, AUGUST 9 – Story􏰁 Time for ages 1-3 @ 9:30􏰀 am.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 9 – Author Flora Collins – 5:3􏰀0
Nanny􏰂􏰂􏰃 Dea􏰄rest􏰅􏰆 is Flora Collins’ first novel and dra􏰇ws upon personal experiences from her own family history􏰁. “A well-crafted debut . . . horrify􏰁ing . . . Psychological thriller fans won’t be disappointed.” —P􏰈ublishers􏰊􏰄􏰅 Weekly *Adults only,􏰁 please!


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Library Book Club: High Fidelity Book & a Movie

We will meet next at the library on Tuesday, August 16 at 5:00pm at the Theater. Movie (rated R) starts at 6:00pm. All are invited! See Movie Preview here!