Shakespearean Motifs in 'Station Eleven'

The 2016 Greenwich Reads Together programming gets underway on Tues, Oct 4 at 7PM with Mark Schenker who will explore the 2016 GRT selection 'Station Eleven.'

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Greenwich Reads Together is Here!

The Library’s community wide reading program starts in October. Event highlights include a visit by Emily St. John Mandel, author of Station Eleven, a pop-up museum, a traveling symphony, and much more. Full schedule here.

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Keep Posted: October 2016

This month at Greenwich Library, hear from Emily St. John Mandel, enjoy the talents and music from the pianist Eldar, and learn how to land a job through LinkedIn.

The Ultimate LinkedIn Strategy

Career strategist Noelle Gross will be here to discuss how to land a job, network, and share industry expertise through LinkedIn. Join us for this interactive crash course on Monday, October 3rd at 2PM in the Training Center.

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Captivating Readings with Alan Sklar
Alan Sklar

Get ready for Halloween! On Tuesday, October 11th in the Meeting Room, acclaimed voice actor Alan Sklar will perform a dramatic reading of Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Pit and the Pendulum,” which is a story about the torments endured by a prisoner of the Spanish Inquisition, though Poe skews historical facts.

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Scrapbooking Family Memoirs

Learn how to preserve family photos and ephemera for future generations through scrapbooks, slideshows, and digital images with professional organizer and scrapbooker Regina Sanchez on Saturday, October 1st at 2pm as part of the Family Memoir Series.

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Peterson Concert Series: Eldar

New York City based jazz pianist, composer & Grammy nominated artist Eldar Djangirov will perform in the Cole Auditorium on Oct. 16th at 3:30. Eldar will be joined onstage by bassist Luques Curtis and drummer Eric Doob.

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Dig Into Your Local History Roots

Greenwich Library offers a variety of resources to help you investigate your family history. The collection includes digital & print resources, including historical newspaper collections, historic photo collectionscity directories, specialty databases designed for genealogy & family history research and much more.

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