Main Children's Room
New to Medicare? You have CHOICES to make. CHOICES is Connecticut’s program for Health insurance assistance, Outreach, Information and referral, Counseling, Eligibility Screening. Let us help you navigate the health insurance options available to Medicare recipients. Meet with a trained volunteer CHOICES counselor who can answer your questions. The Norwalk Public Library will offer one-on-one sessions on the first Friday of the month from 10:00am to 1:00pm. Walk-ins welcome, but registration is strongly suggested. Registration closes at 5:30pm Wednesday. Registration is at the Reference Desk or call the library at 203-899-2780 ext. 15109. A CHOICES counselor does NOT sell or represent any insurance company. 'The Norwalk Public Library is not responsible for the content of this program. Presentation of this program does not constitute endorsement by the library or the city of Norwalk.
Clap and sing along with Ms. Deirdre and her lively interactive music program! Limited space. Call 203-899-2780 x 15131 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
Welcome to the NPL Video Game Club! Video games are a part of so many people's lives these days, and perhaps more so now in a COVID-19 world.
Join our resident gamer Aldo as he plays a rotating selection of video games each week, ranging from retro classics to more current releases, while also leaving the door open for discussions about video games, be it gaming news, memories, or friendly debates!
Sit back, relax, and meet some new friends through the wonderful avenue of online networking!
Louisa May Alcott, the acclaimed author of Little Women, had a complicated relationship with her father, schoolmaster, Bronson Alcott. He was fired from his teaching job for refusing to expel a black student and later started a commune which was a stop on the Underground Railroad with his benefactor/lover, Charles Lane.
To register email email@example.com
A picture is worth 1,000 words. In this new adult Phiction Writing program, participants will be inspired by black and white photographs to write fiction stories. Each week a photograph will inspire story writing from different points of view, suspense, historical fiction, monologues and more in this unique ten-week fiction writing program created by author and writing teacher, Kim Kovach. Registration required.
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 203-899-2780 ext. 15133
This 8-week course will cover computer basics, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel The registration will remain open until the roster is full. In the event the workshop is full, your name will be placed on the waiting list for the next round of classes.
email email@example.com for more information
Main Floor near the Blue Teapot
Suzanne Frischkorn and Emily Hockaday will read from their work and talk the literary life. Both writers explore what it means to be mothers and writers, and discuss loss—of loved ones, of a culture, of identity. These are poignant and powerful poets. Hope you can join us!
Join The Baking Coach live online for her Pizza from Scratch and Homemade Brownies workshop! This program will be broadcast to a closed group via Zoom. Kits will be provided with all non-perishable items and available for pick up at the library a week leading up to the workshop. Space is limited, registration is required. All registrants will receive an email with login information for the program. **This program may not be suitable for those with food allergies. Registration form will be available soon!
Each month, Tina will introduce you to some great nonfiction titles she has enjoyed and keep you in the know about similar titles to look for. Since this isn’t a book group, you’re not expected to have read in advance the books that Tina will be presenting, but attendees are an important part of Nonfiction Chat, and we look forward to your sharing with us what you’re reading now, great past reads, and your areas of interest. For more information and to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Just before 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 21st, make yourself
comfortable and click on the link you were sent to join the Zoom
presentation...then sit back and watch American Images: From Camera to
As the camera became more available to the public during the mid 1800s,
photography began to affect the art world. With the Hudson River School as a
starting point, we will look at how artists incorporated the use of photography
in their artistic process, enabling them to create ever more dramatic paintings
of a young growing America and its people, including the country’s expansion
westward. ArtScapades presents three quintessential artists, Albert Bierstadt,
Winslow Homer, and Thomas Eakins.
To register for this lecture, send an email to email@example.com and you
will receive an email with a link to watch ArtScapades present American
Main level near the Blue Teapot
We think of neighbors as those that live nearby. But we’re all linked to other people, places, and time periods. Sometimes those connections reflect love and joy, sometimes danger and darkness.
Neighbors and Other Stories includes tales of coal mining, vaudeville, the Nazi’s exhibition of “degenerate art,” the Coney Island ride A Trip to the Moon, tightrope walking, wasps, poisonous plants, space debris falling from the sky, old people falling in love, young people falling in love, Grand Central Station, Munich in 1937, Central Park in 1873, synesthesia, Picasso’s Bust of Francoise, the Wright brothers, affordable housing, and the meaning of life.
The stories in Neighbors explore relationships we have with other people, with ideas, with history, and with ourselves.
To register please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone 203-899-2780 ext 15133
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