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Sundays at the Trumbull Library

New and hours more programs.

Sunday Hours Start Again!  Sept. 9, 1-5pm, at Main Library.  

Delicious Lifestyle Changes for Better Health.  Cooking Demo and Author Talk with Claire Criscuolo of Claire's Corner Copia, New Haven.  Sun. Sept. 9, 2 – 4pm.  Claire will share how to eat healthily with recipes from her newest cookbook, Welcome to Claire's:  35 Years of Recipes and Reflections from the Landmark Vegetarian Restaurant.  She will prepare a recipe tonight from the book:  Chimichurri Quinoa and Bean Salad.  Books will be available for purchase and signing.  Registration requested.  Free. 

Where Are All the Jobs? Career Development Workshop.  Tues. Sept. 11, 9:30 - 11:30am.  Provides participants with an understanding of local labor market information to assist in career planning and decision making.  Conducted by CT DOL Career Specialist.  Max. 15.  Free. Registration required. 

Upcoming!  Late Lunch Lit.  CT Author Chris Knopf and His New Book Dead Anyway.  Tues. Sept. 18, 1 – 2pm. 

 

Childrens’ Programs

Family Chess Club Returns!  Sat. Sept. 15, 10am - 12pm.  Chess learners and experts from 4 to 94 are welcome bi-monthly. Free.

 

Fairchild Nichols Branch

Little Kids Yoga (Ages 3-5) with Janey.  Tues. Sept. 11, 11 - 11:45am.  For the little ones, learn to stretch high to the sky and create cool animal shapes with your body.  Child or caregiver Trumbull resident.  Space limited!  Register once for six weeks!

 

Late Lunch Lit.  CT Author Chris Knopf and His New Book Dead AnywayTues. Sept. 18, 1 – 2pm.  How do you investigate your own murder without alerting your attackers that you are not dead?   Award-winning crime writer Knopf discusses his intriguing new thriller this afternoon.  Books available for purchase and signing.  Bring your lunch!  

 

How to Sell (Just About) Anything to (Just About) Anybody with Cliff Ennico!  Programs for Businesses and Business People.  Tues. Sept. 18, 6:30 – 8pm.  In this insightful, humorous program, small business expert Cliff Ennico will discuss the “inner game” of effective selling.  If time permits, Cliff will also improve your “elevator pitch” and performance in networking situations.  Registration requested.  Free. 

 

How to Fund College Without Going Broke.  Sat. Sept. 22, 11am - 12:15pm.  Trumbull resident Mike Dailey's excellent class covering the best way to manage the expense.  See where you are and how you can get there!  Program includes a family financial run. Register. Free. 

 

Brazilian Jazz Concert - Joe Carter Samba Rio Trio.  Sun. Sept. 23, 2 – 4pm.  This acoustic trio plays Brazilian music, including Samba, Bossa Nova, Baiao, and Choro.  Hear original songs by Brazil's classical composers, add a few Jazz improvisations, and enjoy a new international sound!  Free.  Drop in.  CDs available for purchase and signing.  

 

Digital Photography Classes with Sally Delmerico:  What Do I Do Now? Tues. Sept. 25, 6:30 – 8pm.  Sally Delmerico demystifies the process of transferring your summer photos from your camera to your computer, as well as organizing, emailing, and sizing. Register.  Free. 

 

Japanese Candy and Anime Film - Teen Activity!  Wed. Sept. 26, 5 – 6pm.  Make Japanese style candy while watching an anime film (Title TBA).  

 

How to Fund College Without Going Broke.  Sat. Sept. 29, 11am - 12:15pm.  Trumbull resident Mike Dailey's excellent class covering the best way to manage the expense.  See where you are and how you can get there!  Program includes a family financial run. Register. Free. 

 

PSAT Practice Test for Teens.  Sun.  Sept. 30, 1:30 - 4:30pm.  Brush up on your test-taking skills with this practice test for the PSAT.  Conducted by Kaplan representative.  Please bring number 2 pencils and a calculator.  Registration requested.  Free. 

Upcoming:  3rd Annual All Ages Magic at the Trumbull Library with Illusions, Mentalism, Comedy Magic, and More! Sat. Oct. 6, 7 – 9pm.  Details online at www.trumbullct-library.org.  

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