GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE: The Connecticut Broadcasters Association will date a gubernatorial agitation on Thursday, Oct. 18 at the Infinity Music Hall & Bistro in Hartford. The animate agitation will be captivated from 4-5 PM, with WNPR’s John Dankosky abstinent a console of political reporters from Connecticut stations. Working amplitude will be provided for the media, and ablaze aliment and cooler will be accessible afterward the debate.
FREE BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING: Chargeless and all welcome. Allotment not necessary, aloof drop-in. For added advice acquaintance Patrice Celli at 860-673-9712 ext. 234. The Avon Accessible Library is amid at 281 Country Club Road, Avon. Thursday, October 18, 12:15 to 1:45 pm.
FIRST LOOK PRESCHOOL: Renbrook School, 2865 Albany Ave., Stedman Auditorium, West Hartford. October 18, 2018 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.This accident provides an befalling to accommodated with analysis leadership, apprentice about the ambit and arrangement of the diplomacy and the befalling to beam classes in activity during the academy day.
FILM: Avon Chargeless Accessible Library Association Room, 281 Country Club Road, Avon. There is no allegation and anybody is welcome. For added information, alarm 860.673.9712 or arrangement www.avonctlibrary.info. Thursday, October 18 @ 6:30 PM. “Burn” Not Rated ; 1 hr. and 26 min. Documentary about Detroit told through the eyes of firefighters.
OPERA TALKS: with Jeffrey Engel. Noah Webster Library Affair Room, 20 S. Capital Street, West Hartford. Music historian Jeffrey Engel will analyze bristles operas of the Metropolitan Opera’s abatement division in this alternate altercation series. Oct. 18 – Thursday, 1:30PM – Camille Saint-Saëns / Samson et Dalila. Annals at www.westhartfordlibrary.org. Questions? Alarm 860-561-6990.
FLU VACCINE CLINIC: Friday, October 19, at 981 Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury. 10:00 am — 12:30 pm The accessible vaccines are: Quadrivalent for ages 5 and over, and Aerial Dose for ages 65 and older. The afterward types of allowance are accepted: Medicare (Part B as Primary Carrier); ConnectiCare (Regular & Medicare); CIGNA; Aetna (Regular & Medicare); Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield (but no Anthem Medicare); Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare; Wellcare and United Healthcare (CT Accompaniment Retiree Plan only). For added advice or to accomplish an appointment, amuse alarm the Farmington Valley VNA at 860-651-3539, Monday — Friday from 8:30 a.m. — 3:30 p.m. Accessories are encouraged; walk-ins are additionally welcome. Participants allegation be 18 years or older.
ART OPENING: Monsters & Myths: Surrealism And War In The 1930s And 1940s. During an acute era of aloft geopolitical shifts, the Surrealists drew aloft fabulous capacity to characterize traumas and the horrors of war. Monsters became one of their admired subjects. Preview the exhibition with associates of the columnist and accompany of the Wadsworth Atheneum. Friday, October 19 6-8pm RSVP by Wednesday, October 17 to: [email protected] or (860) 838-4081. Hors d’oeuvres and banknote bar. Exhibition examination afterward remarks.
FILM: Avon Accessible Library will present the 2005 affection blur “War of the Worlds” on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 1:30 pm. The film, directed by Steven Spielberg, stars Tom Cruise and Dakota Fanning. The blur is rated PG-13 and will be apparent in the Library Association Room. Running time is 1hour and 57 minutes. There is no allegation and no allotment required. The library is at 281 Country Club Rd., Avon. For added information, amuse alarm the library at 860.673.9712 or arrangement www.avonctlibrary.info.
LUNCH & LEARN: Ivrim-The Ones Who Cross Over: Strangers and Refugees Again and Now Lunch & Apprentice — Saturday, October 20 afterward 9:30 a.m. Casework @ 11:30 a.m. at B’nai Tikvoh-Sholom, 180 Still Road, Bloomfield. Chargeless and accessible to the accessible but amuse RSVP by calling 860-243-3576 or [email protected]
FALL COMMUNITY DAY: “Past, Present, Future” Saturday, Oct. 20, 10am-5pm An all-ages anniversary of our new exhibition, Monsters & Myths. Analyze belief and belief from the past, use your acuteness to architecture a monster for today, and participate in a amazing Surrealist Arrangement about the museum. Building acceptance is chargeless all day. Wadsworth Atheneum, 600 Capital Street, Hartford. www.thewadsworth.org.
BARK AND BOO: A Hallow een dog arrangement and apparel contest. Allotment begins at 10 a.m. followed by a arrangement about the Elizabeth Park Rose Garden at 10:30 a.m. Dog leashes are required. $15 in beforehand $20 on the day of the event. Spectators appear for free. Accident is acclimate permitting. Annals by October 17. 10:00 am to 12:00 pm on Oct 20. Elizabeth Park 1561 Asylum Avenue West Hartford. https://bit.ly/2E1aa0y
KOSHER CHOPPED: Beth David Synagogue, 20 Dover Road, West Hartford, announces, “Kosher Chopped,” a fundraising accident featuring bounded chefs that will booty abode at Beth David Synagogue, from 5-8 PM on October 21. WFSB’s Scot Haney will serve as the emcee for the evening. The accident will advertise three teams of accomplished abecedarian chefs from the bounded association who will attempt in two circuit of affable featuring artistic “mystery” additive combinations. Tickets are on auction on the Beth David website and can additionally be purchased by calling the Beth David office. Tickets are $50 anniversary and accommodate acceptance to the event, dinner, wine tasting, and dessert. For added information, or to acquirement tickets, arrangement https://bit.ly/2IsOVmN or alarm 860-236-1241.
FREE CONCERT: Organist Gail Archer Performs Chargeless Concert Sunday, October 21, 4:00 p.m. Congregation Beth Israel, 701 Farmington Ave., West Hartford. Tickets Info: Amuse acquaintance the abbey at 860.233.8215 or arrangement WWW.cbict.org.
JAZZ BRUNCH: Norman Gage Quartet. Sunday, Oct. 21, 10:30am-2pm. Enjoy a adorable brunch in the Untitled Bistro featuring animate music by the Norman Gage Quartet. After, analyze the galleries on your own or booty a bout with a docent. Tickets accommodate building admission, jazz, brunch, and one adulatory blood-soaked mary or mimosa. Wadsworth Atheneum, 600 Capital Street, Hartford. www.thewadsworth.org.
GENEOLOGICAL PROGRAM: The Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut will accommodated on Sunday, October 21, at 1:30 pm at JGSCT’s home, Temple Sinai, 41 West Hartford Road, Newington. The diplomacy is chargeless and accessible to anybody absorbed in Jewish genealogy. Irene Levin Berman will present “We Are Going To Aces Potatoes,” her account of the Holocaust in Scandinavia. In 1942, four-year-old Irene Levin was one of 1,200 Norwegian Jews who able Sweden to abstain displacement to a Nazi afterlife camp. The Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut houses its library at Temple Sinai. JGSCT associates may borrow items added than advertence books and abstracts which do not circulate, from the library collection. For added information, arrangement our website at www.jgsct.org.
TALK: Sunday, Oct. 21 at 1 PM: Julie Lindahl , columnist of “The Pendulum: A Granddaughter’s Search for Her Family’s Forbidden Nazi Past” Aboriginal Church, 12 S Capital Street, West Hartford. 860-233-9605.
TALK: Episcopalians in Connecticut: Religious abandon and apprenticeship reform. Monday, October 22, 2018, 6:30 p.m. Presented by Stephen McGrath, History Assistant at CCSU. The Constitution of 1818 brought accurate religious abandon to Connecticut. It concluded the cachet of the Congregational Abbey as the accompaniment church, and freed bounded accessible schools from Congregational abbey control. It enabled dissenters such as Episcopalians, Methodists and Baptists to anatomy their own schools. With abandon to educate, Connecticut’s religious minorities assuredly enjoyed religious abandon that they formed for so continued to achieve. Amuse apprehend excerpts from Original Discontents, accessible at the Avon Library. This diplomacy will be captivated at the Avon Chargeless Accessible Library, 281 Country Club Road, Avon.
INTERNATIONAL BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP: Avon Chargeless Accessible Library International Book Altercation Series: Ireland. Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, 7:00 PM: “The Acceptable People” by Hannah Kent. This is a book altercation featuring fabulous books set in Ireland. Books are accessible abaft the advertence desk. Led by Cyndi Larsen 860-673-9712 [email protected] Chargeless and accessible to the public. No registration. Avon Chargeless Accessible Library, 281 Country Club Road, Avon.
FLU CLINIC: The West Hartford /Bloomfield Bloom District has appointed flu anesthetic clinics for the ages of October. No accessories are necessary. Tuesday, October 23, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM – Bloomfield Chief Center, 330 Park Avenue Bloomfield. If you would like a flu attempt and cannot get to any of the aloft appointed flu attempt clinics, alarm the Bloom District at 860-561-7900 to align for a flu attempt at their office. The Bloom District accepts best clandestine bloom insurances, except for United Health. There is no copay for this service. The Bloom District does acquire Medicare allotment B, which covers the absolute bulk of the flu shot. For those after allowance plans, or United Bloom Affliction enrollees, the bulk will be $30.00 (cash/check only). For added information, alarm the Bloom District at 860-561-7900.
FLU VACCINE CLINIC: at the Avon Accessible Library. Tuesday, October 23, 12:00 apex to 2:00 pm. Vaccines accommodate Aerial Dose for adults over 65 years and Quadrivalent for ages 5 years & older. Amuse accompany your medical allowance cards. Sponsored by the Farmington Valley VNA, amuse alarm for an appointment, 860-651-3539. Walk-ins consistently welcome. Clinic captivated in the Association Room, 1st attic , Avon Accessible Library 281 Country Club Road, Avon. 06001, 860 673 9712.
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP: Tuesday, October 23, 10 AM Bishops Corner Branch, 15 Starkel Road, West Hartford. “Dark Flood Rises” by Margaret Drabble
FLU CLINIC: The West Hartford Bloomfield Bloom District has appointed flu anesthetic clinics for the ages of October. No accessories are necessary. Wednesday, October 24, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM – West Hartford Chief Center, 15 Starkel Road. If you would like a flu attempt and cannot get to any of the aloft appointed flu attempt clinics, alarm the Bloom District at 860-561-7900 to align for a flu attempt at their office. The Bloom District accepts best clandestine bloom insurances, except for United Health. There is no copay for this service. The Bloom District does acquire Medicare allotment B, which covers the absolute bulk of the flu shot. For those after allowance plans, or United Bloom Affliction enrollees, the bulk will be $30.00 (cash/check only). For added information, alarm the Bloom District at 860-561-7900.
BOOK TALK: 1984: An Analysis of George Orwell’s Book, Wednesday, October 24, 6:30 PM Noah Webster Library Affair Room, 20 S. Capital Street, West Hartford. In this presentation, Kettie Marks will action an overview of “1984” followed by a altercation of how Orwell uses arcane techniques to authorize the novel’s mood, themes, and characters. She will additionally outline the parallels that abide amid Oceania and today’s America. Annals at www.westhartfordlibrary.org. Questions? Alarm 860-561-6990.
LECTURE SERIES: One Apple lectures Noah Webster Library, 20 South Capital Street, West Hartford. Allotment for anniversary address is online at http://bit.ly/oneworldseries, or by calling the library at 860.561-6990. October 25, Thursday, at 7:00 p.m. “Why Not Restrict Hate Speech? (An Historical Perspective)” Every day we apprehend that this accumulation should not be acceptable to speak, that book should not be apprehend in schools, or this assistant should be removed from the classroom. The debates over what constitutes adequate chargeless accent are actuality played out everywhere. This allocution will accede how these positions were accustomed at originally, and to what admeasurement the aforementioned arguments still administer today.
FILM: Blur addition & column blur altercation will be led by bounded blur expert, Bob Kagan, Assistant of Advice at CCSU and University of Hartford. Snacks to allotment are welcome! The films are chargeless and accessible to the public, allotment is not required. For added advice alarm the Avon Accessible Library 860-673-9712 or arrangement www.avonctlibrary.info. The Avon Accessible Library is at 281 Country Club Rd. Avon. Thursday, October 25 at 6:30 pm. “The Counterfeiters,” 2007, Rated R – This German blur depicts Operation Bernhard, a plan by the Nazis to use absorption affected counterfeiters to coin British bill with the aim of destabilizing England’s economy. The aerial octane clip of this ball sheds ablaze on a little accepted aspect of Hitler’s action to beat the world. Suspenseful from the aboriginal minute to the last. This blur will be apparent with subtitles. 1 hour, 38 minutes.
FILM: Avon Chargeless Accessible Library Association Room, 281 Country Club Road, Avon. There is no allegation and anybody is welcome. For added information, alarm 860.673.9712 or arrangement www.avonctlibrary.info. Thursday, October 25 @ 1:30 PM “Towering Inferno” Rated PG ; 2 hrs. and 45 min. A massive blaze threatens to abort a anew attenuated arrangement belfry and anybody in it. Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, and William Holden star.
FLU VACCINE CLINIC: Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 11 Hartford Avenue, Granby. 10:00 am — 12:30 pm The accessible vaccines are: Quadrivalent for ages 5 and over, and Aerial Dose for ages 65 and older. The afterward types of allowance are accepted: Medicare (Part B as Primary Carrier); ConnectiCare (Regular & Medicare); CIGNA; Aetna (Regular & Medicare); Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield (but no Anthem Medicare); Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare; Wellcare and United Healthcare (CT Accompaniment Retiree Plan only). For added advice or to accomplish an appointment, amuse alarm the Farmington Valley VNA at 860-651-3539, Monday — Friday from 8:30 a.m. — 3:30 p.m. Accessories are encouraged; walk-ins are additionally welcome. Participants allegation be 18 years or older.
ART TALK: “The Marketing of Surrealism” Thursday, Oct. 25, 5pm Reception, 6pm LectureLearn added about the announcement and architecture enterprises of the Surrealist artists including Salvador Dalí in a address by Sandra Zalman, assistant of art history at the University of Houston. Wadsworth Atheneum, 600 Capital Street, Hartford. www.thewadsworth.org.
CONCERT: The New England Applesauce Ensemble appear today that it will accomplish a CD absolution concert of the big band’s reinterpretation of Prokofiev’s iconic “Peter and the Wolf” on Thursday October 25, in West Hartford. The concert begins at 7:30pm, at the Roberts Theater Center, which is amid on the breadth of the Kingswood Oxford Academy (170 Kingswood Street). Tickets are accepted acceptance for $10 and will be accessible at the aperture on the black of the concert.
ONE WORLD LECTURE SERIES: Noah Webster Library Affair Room, 20 S. Capital Street, West Hartford. Eminent university advisers from about Connecticut arrangement the Noah Webster Library to allocution on some of their admired topics. Oct. 25, Thur., 7PM – Prof. Cheryl Greenberg, Trinity College – “Why Not Restrict Hate Speech? (An Historical Perspective)” Annals at www.westhartfordlibrary.org. Questions? Alarm 860-561-6990.
OPERA TALKS: with Jeffrey Engel. Noah Webster Library Affair Room, 20 S. Capital Street, West Hartford. Music historian Jeffrey Engel will analyze bristles operas of the Metropolitan Opera’s abatement division in this alternate altercation series. Oct. 25 – Thursday, 1:30PM – Giacomo Puccini / La Fanciulla del West Annals at www.westhartfordlibrary.org. Questions? Alarm 860-561-6990.
HALLOWEEN BASH: Friday, October 26 from 7:00 PMto 11:00 PM. Connecticut Ancestors Theatre Inc.,58 South Street, West Hartford. DJ, dancing, photo booth, feel foods, refreshments, bonbon bar, apparel contest, raffle prizes and more! Ancestors Friendly! Ages 1 -99! Tickets: Single $30 each. Couple: $25 each. Ancestors of 3 or added $20 each. (Youth 14 and over can appear after an adult.) Tickets can be aloof online: www.connecticutfamilytheatre.org or mail w/payment to CFT, 58 South Street, West Hartford.
GALLERY TALK: “Monsters & Myths” Friday, Oct. 26, 12pm. As WWII acquired confusion and displacement in Europe, surrealists produced effectively advancing artwork. Bout the aboriginal aloft exhibition to focus on the accord amid Surrealism and war with babysitter Oliver Tostmann. Wadsworth Atheneum, 600 Capital Street, Hartford. www.thewadsworth.org.
PERFORMANCE — ‘FRANKENSTEIN’: Capital Classics Theatre Company brings radio-theater performances of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” to The Mark Twain House & Building in Hartford this Halloween week. Performances will additionally accommodate radio-theater appearance readings of a adventure by Mark Twain to accumulate audiences on the bend of their seats. (Listen to the audio animate on The Mark Twain Facebook Page, Sunday, October 28, 2 p.m.) Performances are captivated on Friday, October 26, and Saturday, October 27, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, October 28, at 2:00 p.m. at the Lincoln Financial Auditorium at The Mark Twain House & Museum, 351 Farmington Avenue in Hartford. Audience associates of all ages are acceptable for a alarming acceptable time. Tickets are $20 for the accepted public, $15 for MTH&M associates and Lets GO Arts! cardholders. To assets tickets, alarm 860-280-3130.
CEMETERY TOUR: Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation presents its anniversary Hallowed History Lantern Bout on Friday, October 26, from 6 to 9 pm. History comes animate on this lantern-led bout of Hartford’s Cedar Hill Cemetery. Character actors allotment aperitive accurate belief of some of our notable and not-so-notable residents. This year guests will accommodated Virginia Dox who adventures about her 1891 Grand Canyon trek; Albert Pitkin who recounts his account of a abhorrent railroad accident; and Emma Allen who recalls the 1911 calefaction wave; amid others. Cedar Hill Cemetery is amid at 453 Fairfield Avenue in Hartford. Tickets are $15.00 per person. To ensure your participation, anxiety are appropriate for specific time slots. The accident generally sells out, so book aboriginal by calling Beverly Lucas at 860-956-3311.
CONCERT: Charlie King animate in concert at The Unitarian Society of Hartford 50 Bloomfield Ave., Hartford. Friday October 26th at 7:30 pm. Doors accessible at 7. Charlie King is a agreeable storyteller, activity historian and political satirist. He sings foolishly about the amazing lives of accustomed people. He is currently touring with his latest recording Life & Love, Tears & Laughter, a 15 song, all-embracing mix of archetypal folk songs. Tickets are $20 at the door/$14 for acceptance with ID. Children beneath age 12 are chargeless with advantageous parent. Tickets are additionally accessible through amber cardboard tickets – https://bit.ly/2yCFPQa
WHISKEY & WINE DINNER FOR A CAUSE: Accompany Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse on Friday, October 26 and the bounded affiliate of the Association of Junior Leagues International, one of the oldest, better and best able women’s advance organizations in the world, for a night age-old to perfection. Enjoy commutual hand-crafted cocktails, beeline pours, & whiskey barrel-aged wine alongside a corrupt five-course Chef’s dinner. Fleming’s will be altruistic $20 from every banquet awash for this evening— up to $25,000, to account the Association of Junior Leagues International. Tickets are $100 and guests can RSVP by calling 860-676-9463. 6:30 p.m. 44 South Capital Street, West Hartford.
YOGA: Hours for advancing Yoga classes offered by donation at the Universalist Abbey of West Hartford will be alteration hardly able immediately. Monday evening’s All Levels chic will still be offered from 6:00 -7:15 pm; Wednesday morning’s Gentle chic will still be offered from 9:30 – 10:45 am. Friday’s chic will now be Gentle; it, too, is offered from 9:30 -10:45 am. Universalist Abbey of West Hartford, 433 Fern Street, West Hartford. The classes are offered on an advancing base and are all offered by donation. Suggested donation is $12 – $15 per class, and any bulk is welcome. If there are any questions, Cynthia can be accomplished at [email protected]
ATLANTIC MAGAZINE DISCUSSION: Tuesdays 7PM. Noah Webster Library Board Room, 20 S. Capital Street, West Hartford. Grab your chargeless archetype of The Atlantic annual (at the Advice Desk) and accompany the library-sponsored altercation at 7:00pm on the third Tuesday of best months in the Noah Webster Library Board Room, 20 South Capital Street. All you charge is a affection for accepted diplomacy and appetite for active discussion. Arrangement www.westhartfordlibrary.org for added information.
MEDICARE CHOICES: Hartford HealthCare Centermost for Healthy Aging is captivation chargeless CHOICES counseling sessions during Medicare’s Anniversary Accessible Enrollment Period. Individuals will accommodated one on one with a CHOICES advisor to altercate Medicare account options. CHOICES is Connecticut’s diplomacy for Bloom allowance assistance, Outreach, Advice and referral, Counseling, and Eligibility Screening. CHOICES attorneys advise, brainwash and empower individuals to cross the added circuitous Medicare diplomacy and advice beneficiaries accomplish choices amid a all-inclusive arrangement of options to best accommodated their needs. The sessions will be captivated Wednesdays, Nov. 7 and 28, and Dec. 5, 9:30 a.m. to noon, at Elmwood Chief Center, 1106 New Britain Ave. Spaces are bound and accessories allegation be made. To register, alarm Elmwood Chief Center, 860.561.8180.
DEMENTIA SUPPORT GROUP: Hartford HealthCare Centermost for Healthy Aging is presenting a chargeless dementia abutment accumulation at the West Hartford Chief Center. The accumulation meets on the aboriginal Tuesday of every month, from 10 to 11 a.m., at the chief centermost amid at 15 Starkel Road, West Hartford. Those who affliction for a admired one with Alzheimer’s or dementia will be able to apprentice advantageous abilities while delivery their concerns. Capacity accommodate advice techniques, caregiver support, assurance issues, allowances of activities and circadian routine, ancestors dynamics, stages of the ache process, behavior administration and more. Facilitators are Michelle Wyman, LSW, CDP, dementia specialist, Hartford HealthCare Centermost for Healthy Aging, and Elaine Reid, CDP, administrator of applicant services, Companions for Living. For added advice or to annals for the dementia abutment group, alarm Wyman at 860.666.7258, email [email protected]; or Reid at 860.712.4614, email [email protected]
THE FERN STREET COMMUNITY KITCHEN: has accessible dates for Chargeless Association Breakfasts, Aliment Pantry and Mobile Foodshare Distribution for neighbors in need. The Mobile Foodshare will be distributing aliment in the aback parking lot of the Association Kitchen at the Universalist Abbey at 433 Fern Street in West Hartford from 9:15 — 9:45 a.m.. Breakfast is served from 9:00 — 10:00 a.m. The dates are Oct. 22, and Nov. 5 & 19. The Fern Street Aliment Pantry dates and hours are 10:00 a.m. — 11:30 a.m., Oct. 20, and Nov. 17. For added advice about the Fern Street Aliment Ministry, contact: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] or 860-233-3669 x109.
FRIDAY NIGHT LECTURES: Friday Night Lectures with Gen Khyenwang of Odiyana Buddhist Center. Develop brainy accord through meditation.Held at Popover Bistro, 928 Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury. Lecture: 7:00 — 8:15 pm | Social 8:15 — 9:00pm. Sept 21 — Living Fearlessly in Modern Life; Oct 19 ~ Diffusing Conflict with Patient Acceptance and Nov 30 ~ The Art of Harmonious Relationships.$12 per class. No one angry abroad for abridgement of funds. For info, arrangement our website at: www.meditationinconnecticut.org or alarm 860-266-6041.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE SUPPORT GROUP: A chargeless accessible abutment accumulation for parents anxious about actuality corruption will activate account affairs on Wednesday evenings. The accumulation will accommodated every Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m. at the offices of The Next Right Thing. LLC, 345 North Capital St., Suite 306, West Hartford. Any ancestor anxious about their backward teens’ marijuana or added actuality use may accompany and participate in one or added sessions. The accumulation is chargeless and open. Walk-ins are welcome, but pre-registration is advised. To register, or for advice contact: The Next Right Thing at (860) 233-8803 or [email protected]
WRITERS GROUP: Saturday Morning Writers’ Lounge (SaMoWriLo) Every Saturday from 10am to Apex Noah Webster Library, Gallery Breadth Hang with added writers every Saturday morning and write, write, write. Set up boutique in the adequate borders of the library’s Gallery area, capital level. If you like, accompany your own covered cooler or quiet snack. And let your autograph flow: 10 am to noon, every Saturday. www.westhartfordlibrary.org/. Questions? Alarm 860-561-6990.
THE NEW YORKER MAGAZINE DISCUSSION GROUP: Meets Fridays at 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Noah Webster Library Board Allowance If you accept apprehend the issue, again amuse attend. Attendees may aces up a chargeless archetype of The New Yorker every anniversary at the Advice Board at the Noah Webster Library (attendees only, as continued as they last). This is a accepted altercation alternation and the allowance fills up fast, so amuse access on time to access a seat. This 90-minute altercation is airy and conversational. It’s all fabricated accessible by the West Hartford Library Foundation, Thomas F. Kilfoil Bequest. Library cardholders can use Zinio to apprehend The New Yorker on their iPads and added tablets every week.
TINNITUS SUPPORT GROUP: The Greater Hartford Tinnitus Abutment Accumulation will authority its aboriginal alternation of account affairs on the aftermost Wednesday of the ages at the Noah Webster Library at 20 South Capital Street in West Hartford. The affair will booty abode in the Board Allowance from 6:15 to 8:30 p.m. This accident is chargeless and accessible to the public. The Greater Hartford Tinnitus Abutment Accumulation will accommodated the aftermost Wednesday of every ages at the Noah Webster Library. For added advice amuse acquaintance the accumulation leader, David Richman, at [email protected] For added advice arrangement the American Tinnitus Association online at www.ata.org.
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