Kids' Night Out

Kids can count down the New Year a little early at the Edgartown library on Wednesday, Dec. 31, from 1 to 3 p.m.

Town Reopens Side Road Near Library Construction Site

Robert’s Way near the Edgartown School has been closed all summer but will now be open at night and on weekends, following a vote by the town selectmen this week. Fire and police departments asked that the road be reopened for better safety and emergency access.

Run for the Library

The second annual Friends of the Edgartown Library 5K run will take place on Monday, Sept. 1. The event is open to walkers or runners.

Edgartown Library Construction Hampered by Water Table Issues

Crews are working to remove water encountered at the site more than one month ago during the excavation of an elevator pit. Previous explorations into the ground had not shown the true height of the water table.

Edgartown Library Breaks Ground; Foundation Releases Funds

Construction of the long-planned new Edgartown Public Library is underway. This week, the library foundation handed over $110,000 to the trustees to use for the project.

Read All About It: Edgartown Library Is Underway

On Monday, members of the library building committee, library trustees, town selectmen, the Edgartown school principal, the building architect and project manager were on hand to commemorate the Edgartown library groundbreaking.

Edgartown Library Increases Open Hours

With spring comes extra hours of daylight — and more library time. Starting March 1, the Edgartown Public Library will be open for 11 extra hours of service.

Ready to Read

Reading specialist Kathleen Farrell will lead a free seven-session workshop for kindergarten students at the Edgartown library from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturdays beginning March 8.

Construction Contract Awarded for New Edgartown Library

A Rhode Island company was the low bidder on a a $7.3 million contract for a new library. And questions surfaced again about the Edgartown Library Foundation.

Edgartown Library Design Rights Questioned

Timothy Culbert, an architect and founding partner of Imrey Culbert LP, wrote in a letter to town officials that he did not transfer rights for the library design, a step he claims was required for the town to use the design. He said Imrey Culbert was originally retained for design services for the library.

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