Mystery Book Club (in auditorium)
First Wednesday of the month
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Mystery Book Club meets on the first Wednesday of every month. For information call Maryann Hall at 203-488-1536.
Second Tuesday Book Group
Second Tuesday of the month
6:15 pm - 7:15 pm
New members welcomed; books available for loan in advance of the discussion. For book selection info call 203 488-1441, ext. 318 or click to see the current title. Group meets in the Lucy Hammer Room
Third Wednesday of the month
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
MS Support Group meets the third Wednesday of every month, new members welcomed. For information contact Cheryl Horner at 203 535-3053
5:15 pm - 6:30 pm
Yoga teacher Helen Lespier leads an ongoing yoga class every Monday evening. Free and open to all ages.
Bestseller Book Club
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Have you ever thought about joining a book club? It’s a fun way to get connected, make new friends, and read more books! In the Bestseller Book Club, we’ll be reading and discussing newly released, highly rated books from a wide variety of genres.
Mini-Maker Table – For All Ages
Fridays & Saturdays
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Join us every Friday and Saturday for a mini-maker project from our MakerLab! Every month we will feature a quick project or new piece of equipment to mess around with. The results may have you leaving with something to physically take home OR just the satisfaction that you were able to create a circuit, power on an Arduino or thread a sewing machine. The projects are easy, meant for all ages and 100% drop-in. It is just up to you to find out which floor we are featuring the project on and drop on by.
Registration for this table is not required – just come ready to tinker, play and create!
Introduction to Classical Latin – 7th Grade thru Adults (Lucy Hammer Room)
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The study of classical Latin exercises memory, increases English vocabulary, and broadens general knowledge. Using the textbook Ecce Romani I, students will learn Latin vocabulary, English vocabulary derived from Latin root words, Latin and English grammar, and translation skills. Knowledge of Roman geography, history, daily life, and mythology will be enhanced through English or Latin readings and activities. The Latin meanings of certain common abbreviations and phrases used in English, such as e.g., A.D., et al., ad hoc, status quo, and tempus fugit, will be featured weekly.
Taught by Susan Craig.