AuthorsLive: Stanley Litow

On Thursday, September 27 at 7:00 pm, hear from former IBM VP Stanley Litow, author of 'The Challenge for Business and Society: From Risk to Reward.'

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LEARN

Get a Front Row Seat to Concerts Online

Whether you love Oldies or Opera, Folk or Funk, Reggae or Rock, live performances are available on Stingray Qello, a streaming service from RB Digital. Stream full-length concerts and music documentaries on-demand to any digital device. Get started or log in from your computer or RB Digital app.

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Printed Calendars: September 2018

Click below for printed calendars of programs and events at Greenwich Library and its Byram Shubert and Cos Cob branches in September 2018.

Just Added: JobNow

JobNow is an innovative service for Greenwich Library card holders that features expert resume assistance, live interview preparation, career assessments and resources and more. Log in, sign up, and create an account today!

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Playwrights: Henry IV Part I

On Thursday, September 27 at 7:00 pm, hear from Dean of Academic Affairs of Yale College Mark Schenker on William Shakespeare’s Henry IV: Part I, which culminates in the battle of Shrewsbury between the king’s army and rebels seeking his crown.

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Black Holes in the Galactic Center

On Sunday, September 23 at 3:30 pm, learn about the discovery of the 10,000 or more black holes in the Galactic Center and the implications for future studies of galactic stellar dynamics and gravitational wave radiation.

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AuthorsLive: ‘Uniquely Human’

On Monday, September 24 at 7:00 pm in the Cole Auditorium, hear from Dr. Barry Prizant, author of ‘Uniquely Human,’ which offers a perspective on autism as a unique way of being human.

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EXPLORE

British TV Streaming: Acorn TV

Watch over 80 British TV and movie selections including Midsomer Murders, Foyle’s War, and many more on your computer or mobile device through the RBDigital app. Access via the menu bar under ‘entertainment.’

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