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calendar - april 2021 (69 events)


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• thursday, april 29, 2021

Homeschool Club: Hobby Hunters  (295,720 Views)


Homeschool Club: Hobby Hunters
April 29 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Are you searching for a new hobby? Do you want to explore the fun ways people spend their free time? Join us! Show and tell about your own hobbies and learn about new ones from area hobbyists. Plus, try out some of the hobbies we investigate for yourself. Ages 5-12. This club meets every other Thursday on Zoom. Please register by calling the library. Valid email address required to receive Zoom link. Need help using Zoom? Call us! 860-584-7790

Manross Memorial Library


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristollib.com/manross/





• thursday, april 29, 2021

Evening Book Review  (262,837 Views)


Wednesday
6:00 PM
ZOOM

Readers, join us for an evening of informal book reviews. Manross Library staff will present several book recommendations to help you decide what to read next. Participants may also share a recent book they’d recommend and give a short description. Come away with a list of leads on great reads. This program will be presented via Zoom. Questions? Stop by or give us a call. Free. Register on www.BristolLib.com

Manross Memorial Library
260 Central Street
Forestville


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristollib.com/manross/
You can contact us at:     860-584-7790





• thursday, april 29, 2021

YELLOWSTONE: A RANGER'S PERSPECTIVE   (94,529 Views)


FREE WEBINAR

Thursday, April 29, 2021
7-8pm

This program, led by Gary Melnysyn, avid outdoor enthusiast and certified Master Naturalist, covers Yellowstone National Park’s geological as well as wildlife resources. Discussions will include the various thermal features and their origins as well as everyones favorites: wolves, bears and bison. Gary will share his Park Ranger experiences with the audience along with a variety of photos he has captured over the years.

As well as being an avid outdoor enthusiast and award-winning photographer, Gary has been interested in wildlife from a very young age. As a certified Master Naturalist, Master Wildlife Conservationist and National Park Ranger, he has led and narrated eco tours as well as taught adults and children alike about the coastal ecosystem of Florida, the wildlife of New England and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

To register and obtain virtual link, please contact Kirsten Tomlinson at (860) 583-1234 or ktomlinson@elcct.org.

ELCCT is a 501(c)3 Not-for-profit Environmental Education and Learning Center


For more information visit us at:     www.elcct.org
You can contact us at:     ktomlinson@elcct.org





• thursday, april 29, 2021

The Long Island Estates that Inspired the Great Gatsby  (4,856 Views)


The Long Island Estates that Inspired the Great Gatsby
April 29 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Join us on Zoom as we explore the magnificent estates and mansions of Long Island’s “Gold Coast” that are believed to have inspired The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.* Led by Gary Lawrance of Lawrance Architectural Presentations in Stony Brook, New York, the program will include aerial photos circa 1926, as well as archival photos showcasing the interiors of the mansions. An architect and historian, Mr. Lawrance will share his extensive knowledge of the Gilded Age. A Q &A session will follow. Advance registration is required for this program and the book discussion. Please register on our website: www.bristolLib.com. Questions? Stop by or give us a call.

*A book discussion of Fitzgerald’s classic novel from 1925 will take place the week before, on Thursday, April 22nd, at 6:30 pm. To be held via Zoom, the discussion will be led by the Supervisor of Branch Services , F.N. Manross Memorial Library. 860-584-7790.

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