Welcome to West Dennis Library
New Plimoth Plantation Passes!
The West Dennis Library now offers passes to Plimoth Plantation! Located just off the Cape, Plimoth Plantation is a living history museum dedicated to telling the story of Plymouth Colony from the perspective of both the Pilgrims and the Native Wampanoag people. The museum features a 17th century English village, Wampanoag homesite, craft center, Plimoth Bread Company, Plimoth Grist Mill, and a replica of the Mayflower ship. Our passes admit up to six people at $16 per adult or $10 per child - a potential savings of $72.00 per visit! Please stop by the Library to reserve your pass (while supplies last).
Introducing Our New Director ... Hollin Pagos
In February, the West Dennis Free Public Library welcomed a new Director, Hollin Pagos. Hollin recently moved to Yarmouth from Salem, Massachusetts, where she worked at the Salem Public Library as Assistant Director, and previously at the Lynnfield Public Library as Head of Circulation. Hollin has been a regular Cape visitor her whole life, and is very glad to finally be a bona fide wash-ashore and make the Cape her full-time home. In addition to library work, Hollin also enjoys candle making, hiking, photography, fairy tales, yoga, classical music, and gardening. Please stop by the Library and meet our new Director!
Chair Yoga Comes to WDL
We have begun classes in Chair Yoga and so far everyone involved is very pleased with their experience. Sessions include stretches, meditation, breathing exercises, as well as yoga asana. All done from a chair! The class is held on Thursday mornings from 10:15 -11:15 . Try it! The cost is $12. per class.
Patrons are always asking us what books we might recommend or what some of our favorites reads have been over the years. We now have a new area set up with staff and volunteer favorites. And not just books, but DVDs as well. It's right up front by the desk and is always changing. Come in and check them out! While you're doing that check out our other window displays now featuring Irish literature and Women in history.
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January 1st the Dennis Town ban on one use plastic bags went into effect. That means that many of you using plastic bags from the grocery store will have to find a replacement for carrying library materials and other items. In an effort to protect our borrowed materials and make this transition easier for you, the Dennis Library System has purchased reusable Book Bags with our logo on them. The bags are attractive, sturdy and available at all libraries in town for $1.
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