Family Chess Night This Friday, September 30

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FamilyChessNightSept.pngAnybody interested in learning to play chess or just wanting to brush up on their skills should drop by Greenwich Library's Meeting Room on the second floor this Friday night.  National Master Rich Jackson will provide instruction and supervise play. To kickoff the program, join us on Friday, September 30 for a family chess night in the meeting room at 7 pm. The monthly chess program will be held on the first Friday of the month starting November 4. No registration required. Free admission. All ages are welcome.  Wheelchair accessible. For more info, contact Everett Perdue at (203) 625-6507.  See you there.  

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