In autumn of 2020, our town pledged to be 100 per cent renewable by 2040. According to the energy committee’s mission statement, which you can find on the town’s website, that resolution includes all residents, buildings and vehicles. Towards that end, there will be an information session with the energy committee at the library at 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 5.

If you have children at the West Tisbury School, send them in with gently-used books for the 20th annual Secondhand Book Sale, which benefits the Red Stocking Fund. All books go for $1 or less, so this is a great place for kids to pick out holiday gifts for their siblings and friends. The sale goes on throughout the month of December.

For all those who are sticking close to home this week, the library has a full program of classes and workshops. There’s even a live jass concert featuring Jeremy Berlin and Shelagh Hackett at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 27.

Earlier on Saturday, young dance enthusiasts can join ballerina Miss Shannon for a Nutcracker-themed Zoom class. The 10:15 a.m. class will include stretching, ballet movements, games and storytime at the end. Email for the Zoom link.

I’m keeping it short and sweet this week. I hope everyone has a nice Thanksgiving.