september  Happenings  



Ives Main Library 203-946-8835

Saturday, Sept. 14, 2-3 pm.   The Beatles: Band of the 60s. Musician and scholar Aaron Krerowicz reviews the
Beatles decade!

Thursday, Sept. 19, 6-7 pm.   Meet Mark Rubinstein, author of Love Gone Mad, a novel that explores the thin line between falling in love and going crazy.

Stetson Branch 203-946-8119

September 28, 2-4pm.
Double Dutch and outdoor games event, in partnership with St. Luke's Episcopal Church and Stop & Shop on Whalley Avenue. Click here for details!



Ives Main Library 203-946-8835


library yoga Wednesdays, 1-2 pm. Library Yoga, $5. Bring your own mat. 

Alan Bitker instructs through Sept. 11, then Debbie Kahan offers series through Oct. 9. 




Wednesdays, Aug. 28-Sept. 11, 6-7:30 pm. Stress and The Body-Mind Connection series. Christine Ucich explores the stress response, stress and psychological health and stress management.


Tuesday, Sept. 10, 4-4:30.  Yoga for Ages 6-13, with Debbie Kahan. Free! You can't start too young! Try it out! Limited to 15 participants. Call 203-946-8132 for details. 

Saturday mornings Sept. 14-Oct. 26 (no Oct. 5), 11:30-12:30.



Wednesday, Sept. 18, 6-7:30 pm. Essential Oils for Yoga. Christina Rinaldi demonstrates uses of therapeutic grade essential oils to enhance yoga practice. 




Wilson Branch Library 203-946-2228
Exercise to Health with Hill Health Center,  Tuesdays 5:15-6:15 and Wednesdays 4:30-5:30.





Ives Main Library  203-946-8835 
Job skills and computer training for groups and individuals, various dates, times and subjects. Details here.

Wednesday, Sept. 11, noon-2pm--50+ Transition Center offers Benefits Screening. Click here for details.

ESL classes every Tuesday morning, 11-1, and Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-8 pm

Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1-3 pm.  Hands-On Constant Contact, a live demo with Robert Clark,
CC Authorized Local Expert. Bring your laptop to work along (we have wifi), or just bring your questions! Register here.

Friday, Sept. 27, 10 am-4 pm--Subway Seminar: How To Get a Grant--and What To Do Next! with author/consultant Judith Margolin.  Presented in cooperation with CT Assoc. of Nonprofits, certification class is $55, includes lunch. Advance registration required. Details here or call 203-946-8130 x211.

Mitchell Branch Library

Monday Job Hunters' Workshops with Ashon Avent, MBA, and Dannika Byrd, MAIOP.  Sept. 16: Making your resume "functional." Sept. 23: Uncovering the cover letter and online applications. Sept. 30: Networking and self-marketing for employment. Register at 203-946-8117.

Wilson Branch Library 203-946-2228


Every Thursday, 10-11 am, Computer classes are offered in Spanish by staff member Cristian Astudillio. Call for details.  




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