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ANNOUNCEMENTS: April 14, 2016

Book Club Meeting

The Seashore Point Book Club meets at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, April 15. This month’s book selection is The Snow Leopard by Peter Matthiessen. Copies are available at the Seashore Point reception desk.  The Book Group meets in the Breezy Point Room on Seashore Point’s Second Level.

Happenings at the Provincetown Public Library

Spanish Tutoring Basics for Adults

Library volunteer Roxana Rosas will be holding weekly Spanish tutoring sessions for adults in the Lower Level Program Room at 3 p.m. every Monday in April.  This weekly class is designed to help English speakers learn Spanish, as well as assist Spanish speakers to feel more comfortable using English.  Drop-in visitors are welcome.

Tech Outreach

Tech Services Coordinator Brittany Taylor of the the Provincetown Public Library will be taking a weekly trip to Seashore Point for a new tech help program every Tuesday at 11 a.m. and to the Provincetown Council on Aging Wednesdays at 1 p.m. Taylor will help seniors to better use tech resources by providing overviews of computer basics such as using Windows, sending emails, and navigating the Internet. Drop in with your new devices and questions as Brittany provides tips and individual instruction to all attendees. Taylor will also walk you through the basics on your iPad, Kindle, computer, or mobile phone at the library on Thursdays from 10 – 11 a.m. Learn how to download books from the CLAMS and Freading systems.  Basic “how to” questions (email, apps, etc.) are also welcome. This group meets in the Marc Jacobs Reading Room each week.

Alzheimer’s Study

The Alzheimer’s Family Support Center in Brewster, Mass., has been selected to participate in the next phase of New York University’s seminal Alzheimer’s Caregivers Counseling Intervention Study. This intervention employs teleconferencing technology to connect spousal caregivers, and family members who live elsewhere, to professional counseling support via the internet. If you, or anyone you know, might like to participate in the study, or need help with any issues related to Alzheimer’s or caregiving, please contact the Center. 508.896.5170; [email protected].

Summer Internships at Provincetown Art Association
and Museum (PAAM)

PAAM seeks interns for the 2016 summer season in six fields: Collection and Archives; Special Events; Museum School; Visitor Services; Youth and K-12 Education; Children’s Art Education; and Art History.

For Opera Lovers

The Friends of the Wellfleet Library have received an extraordinary and very large donation of CDs, primarily opera recordings and all in very good condition. Over the next few months they will offer these for sale at the Library during open hours. They are modestly priced at $1 per CD, or 12 for $10. All proceeds benefit Wellfleet Library programs. The library can only display part of the collection at one time, so we recommend that those who are interested stop by several times. Sale shelves will be regularly restocked.

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