Intro to Gmail

Intro to Gmail

Thursday, October 17

2:00 pm - 3:15 pm

Want to get a Gmail account but nervous to get started? Come to this intro class, where we’ll start by setting up a Gmail account. We’ll also learn how to send and receive emails, download attachments such as pictures and documents, forward, delete, and print emails, and more.

Registration required. To register, click here or call (203) 488-1441 ext. 318.

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Build with Us – A Roblox/Gaming Group for Middle School Students (Teen Space)

Build with Us – A Roblox/Gaming Group for Middle School Students (Teen Space)

Thursdays

Thursday, October 17

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Enjoy gaming and playing Roblox BUT want to pop into the Library when you know folks are going to be around? Join our Roblox/gaming club that meets for an hour every Thursday in our teen space. We will provide an hour long session on our computers along with stereo headphones so that you can connect, socialize and build upon your avatar with friends along the way.

You DO NOT need to sign up more than once to be part of the group. Registration for this program is required so that we can plan accordingly. To do so, please call 203. 488. 1441. ext. 321 or click here.

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Ask A Lawyer

Ask A Lawyer

Thursday, October 17

6:00 pm - 7:45 pm

Have a legal question? Get a free consultation with a lawyer, brought to you by the New Haven County Bar Association. Each month, lawyers visit area libraries to provide free consultations. Consultations are first-come, first-served. Sign up at Reference up to 30 minutes before program begins. Free and open to the public.

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Connecticut Witchcraft: Witch-Speak and Social Unrest in 17th Century Connecticut

Connecticut Witchcraft: Witch-Speak and Social Unrest in 17th Century Connecticut

Thursday, October 17

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

October in New England often means picturesque foliage, apple harvests, and, of course, stories of witch trials. On October 17th, local teacher and historian Patrick Cumpstone will speak on the Connecticut witch trials of 1647-1697. The talk will include an overview of the trials, his research and explanation of why they happened, and information regarding their rising popularity and influence across the state.

Registration is required. To register click here.

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