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The West Dennis Free Public Library is celebrating its 90th year of providing library services to the folks of Dennis. The new director, Jennie Wiley, has an event-filled summer planned. A Mother's Day Tea sponsored by The Friends of the West Dennis Free Public Library will take place on May 7th. This tradition marks the spring making mothers happy. Come by for tea, get to know your neighbors and renew acquaintances.

Also, on June 12th the library will be hosting a "Taste of Dennis" dinner and auction. Great food and many interesting items on which to bid including an O'Day Vanguard sailboat and trailer. Next time you are at the library take a look--the sailboat is right out front!

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