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This Week @ the Library

The Library will be closed:
April 3 - Good Friday
April 5 - Easter Sunday

The Library will be open April 4th

March Exhibits

Program Room - Simsbury Open Studios 
East Gallery - Simsbury Camera Club photography 
West Gallery -
Simsbury Open Studios
Display Case - Simsbury Open Studios



For the Sake of the Country: Female Spies in the Civil War
Saturday, March 28
1:00-2:30 pm, Program Room

American military historian, Matthew Bartlett, dressed in period costume as a Pinkerton agent and his wife Jenn, as a spy present this fascinating program on female spies during the Civil war. Did you know one of the most important roles women played was as spies? Learn how these women risked their lives and changed the course of the war. For more information visit www.gettysburgchronicle.com.


Simsbury Public Library and Antonio’s Restaurant
Celebrate National Library Week
April 12-18th

Dine at Antonio’s Restaurant any time during

National Library Week (April 12-18)
Show your server your Simsbury Public Library card when you place your order and receive a free soda, iced tea, hot tea or coffee.*
* One free drink per person, per visit.

Night of a 1,000 Stars


Thursday, April 23 @ 7:00 P.M.
Simsbury Library Program Room

     Join us for Night of 1,000 Stars-- a great community event!

Each of our "stars" (a local Simsbury celebrity) will read a passage from a favorite work. "Past stars have read from fiction, poetry, plays, speeches, biographies and children's books - anything that moved them to laughter, tears, or motivated them to share", says event chair Nancy Bugbee 

 

This year's event will be hosted by Chris Kelly, a Simsbury star himself. The roster includes Terry Deitz from the TV show Survivor, educator Doug Cramphin,  police sergeant John Durkin, nurse Allison Heermance,  middle schooler Bronwyn Mogck, jeweler Bill Selig, restaurateur Doug Spencer, Jack Voorvart, the library's new teen librarian Sara Ray, and reference librarian Joan Nagy.  The "What's on Tap?" quartet will perform a few songs to kick off the event. Desserts and coffee will be provided.

 

The program is free of charge, but seating is limited. Click here to reserve your seat(s), stop by at the Library Reference Desk, or call (860) 658-7663. Drop-ins are welcome, space permitting.  


Language Classes

French Conversation  
Monday, March 23  
6:00-7:30 pm , Fireside - Upper Level  

Chinese for Travelers   
Thursday, No class  
7:00-8:30 pm  

Spanish Conversation Class  
Wednesday, March 25  
10:30-11:30 am , Wagner Room    

English Conversation Group  
Tuesday, March 24  
10:30 - 11:30 am , Barnes Room  

English Conversation Club  
Friday, March 27  
10:30-1:00 pm ,  Program Room 2  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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