Read the warrant
The warrant for the Special Town Meeting to be held at 7 p.m., on Monday, Oct. 23, at the Nauset Regional High School gymnasium is available at Eastham Town Hall, Eastham Public Library, council on aging, fire and police stations, the Department of Public Works Building and on the town website at eastham-ma.gov.
to Beston book
A photographic exhibit of 10 framed images by Robby McQueeney (The Dune Tramp) honoring Henry Beston, and his iconic book, “The Outermost House,” is featured in the VIS Gallery of the Eastham Public Library during October.
The Dune Tramp will conclude the month with a gallery talk at the library on Oct. 28 at 2 p.m.
The chapters in Beston’s memoir follow the seasons, describing the forces of nature he experienced during those months.
Each image was selected to bring one chapter of the book to life. The Dune Tramp’s photographs were captured along The Great Beach - Beston’s playground, and in Eastham, not far from where his Outermost House once stood.
The title of each picture was composed using Beston’s words and phrases from the respective chapter.
In the gallery talk The Dune Tramp will discuss each photograph, and read passages from the book, which correspond to the image titles.
Visit easthamlibrary.org for more information.
The senior center is holding a two-part presentation about designating a health care agent and proxy.
On Friday, Oct. 13, 10:30 a.m., it’s Getting Started, and on Friday, Oct. 20, same time, its Next Steps.
The program will take you through the process and help you begin talking to your family and loved ones about your health care wishes. The model presented is consistent with what is used at Cape Cod Health Care.
The center is at 1405 Nauset Rd. Sign up in advance at 508-255-6164.
The Eastham Cultural Council is seeking applications from individual’s, schools and cultural organizations in the Eastham area for local grants to help fund school field trips, afterschool programs, concerts, festivals, lectures, theater, dance, music, and film. Deadline for application is Monday, Oct. 16.
Applications can be made online at https://www.mass-culture.org/Eastham. For more info please e-mail email@example.com.
Each year, Mass Cultural Council's Local Cultural Council Program awards more than $3 million in grants to more than 5,000 cultural programs statewide. These include LCC projects that take place in schools, community centers, libraries, elder care facilities, town halls, parks, and wherever communities come together.
Grants are for the calendar year 2018. All grants from LCCs are reimbursement-based. (The applicant expends their own money, and if approved for a grant, then submits paperwork for reimbursement.)
A spooky 13th
Eastham Public Library on Friday, Oct. 13, will present Hodge-Podge of Horror hosted by Bob Seay. Treat yourself to tales of local ghosts, scary silent films with live piano, a book sale and signing by the author of “The Haunting of Cape Cod and the Islands" starting at 6:30 p.m.
Civic groups, government folks and others who have news for Eastham residents can email their contributions to Donna Tunney, firstname.lastname@example.org, for inclusion on the Eastham Town Page.
Monday, Oct. 16
Selectmen, 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17
School committee, 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 18
Selectmen, 2:30 p.m.
Planning board, 5 p.m.