No appointments needed for adults and teens
Join us for an interactive zoom story time geared especially for toddlers aged 1-3. Children and their caregivers will have fun listening to stories, singing songs, learning rhymes, and doing movement activities, all while building literacy skills. Registration is required for each date, and a zoom link will be sent out the day before the program. For more details or if you have any questions, email Miss Amy at email@example.com
Using Zoom, professional book discussion leader Susan Boyar discusses The Jane Austen Society, by Natalie Jenner this month. As this is a story about Jane Austen's works, please also come prepared to discuss your favorite Jane Austen book. Space limited and registration required. Must have a Zoom account. An email link will be provided to all registrants before the meeting.
Wilton Library Readers group meets the second Wednesday of each month through June. Feel free to munch your lunch while we discuss the book!
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students in grade 5 are invited to join Cider Mill and Wilton Library is this engaging three-week Zoom book club. Each week kids will have the chance to openly and honestly discuss their thoughts and feelings about different aspects of the story and the characters’ experiences. Topics to be discussed are graphic novel as a format, Jordan’s experiences related to his race, bullying, family relationships, and more. This program is being offered as part of the library’s Wilton Reads program. Students who participate will receive a signed copy of the book the week of the program! Registration is required. Zoom links will be sent the day of the program. Questions? Email email@example.com
April is Poetry Month and in this 2-part program, children will learn about the importance of Poetry in these difficult times. Starts with a reading of Amanda Gorman's iconic poem "The Hill We Climb" that she wrote for and read at the 2021 Inauguration followed by a discussion. The second part of the program will feature women poets of the Harlem Renaissance. Copies of the poems will be given out to registrants at the Drive-Thru Window. Registration required for grades 3 and up. Questions email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (203)762-6336. This is a Zoom program, links will be sent the morning of the program.
Please join us for a Wilton Reads program centered on the musical environment of Trethewey's life growing up in the 1970s. There are numerous references in Memorial Drive to the music and musicians of that period including Curtis Mayfield. Marvin Gaye and iconic groups such as The Jackson Five. Dr. Gil Harel will take us on a tour of several of the genres of popular music of that era.
With the ascendancy of rock music in the mid-20th century, many sub-genres emerged reflecting particular musical elements connected to culture and geography. Among the most compelling of these are the styles intertwined with African-American musicians and producers of this period, including Gospel, Soul, and Motown. Often eschewing the simplicity of traditional rock and roll, songs from these idioms typically evince nuanced chord progressions, incisive rhythms, complex and layered harmony, and a bold, improvisational singing approach that is often cited as reflecting consciousness and pride in being black. Here we will discuss important artists including Curtis Mayfield, Al Green, Marvin Gaye, as well as iconic groups such as the Temptations, the Four Tops, and the Jackson Five.
See registration link for more details.
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