Friday November 14th @ 10:00 at the Library
Mary Flood Room
Kevin Armstrong, presenter.
New devices! Zoom!
and your questions answered!
Tuesday December 7th @ 6:00p.m.
A Native American Winter: Dr. Lucianne Lavin, Director of The Institute for the American Indian Studies in CT & presenter on Zoom
If you were a Native American living 500 (or 1000 or 5000) years ago, likely you would look forward to the winter season. Connecticut’s indigenous communities were outdoor peoples who not only survived but thrived under adverse weather conditions. They spent most of their lives in the open air. During warm weather people slept outdoors. Weetoos and wigwams (the Eastern Algonquian words for houses) were used for storage and as shelters in inclement weather. This presentation describes the traditional winter activities of Native American before the coming of European settlers to Connecticut. Registration Requested!
Save the Date for a Purrrrr-fect time!
Tuesday February 1st at 6:30p.m.
Virtual Zoom program
Decoding the Mysteries of Cats -
Stephen Quandt, Feline Behaviorist –
Does your cat companion bite your ankles or seem to enjoy chaos?Feline Behaviorist, Stephen Quandt, recently the Feline Behavior Coordinator for the Animal Care Centers of NYC (nycacc.org) presents a sixty minute (including Q&A), Zoom program that explains cat behavior from the perspective of the evolutionary and adaptive forces that help shape their lives. Registration Requested!
Thursday January 6th @ 6:00p.m.
First Thursday Night Book Club
Imagine Me Gone
by Adam Haslett
Mystery Lovers Book Club Discussion
December 14th @ 1pm
The Twelve Clues of Christmas
by Rhys Bowen
Thursday December 9th @ 1:00p.m.
T.A.B. Talk about Books
Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk
Thursday December 2, 2021 at 7:00p.m.
The Vanishing Half
Copies of the book are available at the Library.