The Jewelry Sale runs from now until March 31st!
All proceeds to benefit our library.
Thank you so much for supporting the Centerville Public Library!

Physical Therapy In Motion: Inflammation and Anti-Inflammatory Foods


Tuesday, April 4th 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Join Lynn Graff, PT, DPT in her discussion,
Inflammation: The Philosophy Behind this Painful Condition.
Lynn will be joined by Nutritionist Tammy Smith, who will hold a special feature discussion,
Anti-Inflammatory Foods.

This event will take place in the Coyle Community Room.

Calling All Girls!!! Join us for the newly extended, Girls Who Code Club.

What:  Girls Who CODE Club
Aged 10 and up!
When:  Every Other Thursday, continuing through April! 3:30 – 5:00 (3/30, 4/13 & 4/27)
Where: Centerville Library - Coyle Community Room
What is Needed:  Personal computer (please advise if you need a computer) 

Centerville Library is hosting a Girls Who Code Club.   Girls Who Code was founded with the simple goal of closing the gender gap in technology.  The 1984, 37% of all computer science graduates were women.  Today, that number is 18%.
We are fortunate to have two facilitators, Mary Sullivan and Jessie Sullivan, who both share a passion for computer science and education and would like to do their part to see this gender gap reduced.
Girls Who Code Club is free to join – all that is needed is a computer (the library can make arrangements to have some computers available).
Please contact the Centerville Library at 508-790-6220 and ask for Kristin or Jessie to register for this event.


Drop-In Infant Story Time - Tuesdays 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm - Children's Room

It's never too soon to introduce your little one to the joys of reading! 
Our infant story time includes reading, nursery rhymes, finger play, puppets, singing and movement. 
Older siblings are always welcome. We have lots of fun activities for them, too.
This is also a great opportunity for caregivers to connect with one another!