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The architectural design of this building located along 6A is quite unique with lovely gardens and ample parking. The interior is interesting as well and offers so much more than book; story hours, scavenger hunts, book discussions, reading, art shows and more. The entire interior...More
We drop in every summer to stock up on books to read during our July-Aug house rental on the Cape. Their bargain prices and oddball collection which ranges from what you'd expect in an airport bookstore to atlases, old editions, and even the occasional gem...More
The Brewster Ladies Library is a charming historical building that allows locals and tourists alike to find a cozy corner to read and relax! Programs are slated throughout the summer and there is also a great book sale. The children's room offers a variety of...More
The Brewster Ladies Library is one of the friendliest and most interesting libraries on the Cape. Steeped in local history, the library hosts regular talks, movies, readings and special events. The staff is kind, patient and knowledgable. Like all libraries, the BLL represents what's best...More
I love public libraries and the Brewster Ladies Library is no exception. Interesting architecture, blending a very old section with newer, and newest! sections. Lots of activities and public usage, not just for books, but definitely terrific for books, video/DVDs, CD books, even foreign flicks....More
A friendly, helpful library. We often use its function rooms for genealogy meetings. A member of the Cape Cod library consortium -- one library card good anywhere. Used book sales annually - a must do event
Brewster Ladies' Library isn't just for ladies! The name is historical, as five young ladies started the library in the 19th century. Take the time to investigate the history; it's interesting. The library is now mostly funded by the town, but generous members volunteer their...More