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Masonicare presents a Lunch ‚Äėn Learn —
How to Talk to Your Doctor
Monday, October 26,¬†2015 ~ 11:30am ‚Äď 1:00pm
Beverly Bryda, Director of Social Work at Masonicare will present ‚ÄúHow to Talk to Your Doctor‚ÄĚ. ¬†Topics include preparing for your visit, organizing your medical records, and how to build a relationship of trust with your physician.
A FREE Lunch is served after the talk.
Registration is required, and ends on Monday, October 19th.
Register online here, stop by the Reference Desk or call 203-239-5803 to sign up.
Wednesday, October 21 at 1:00-2:00 pm
This month’s theme is Italian Stories.¬† Select any nonfiction or fiction book to read, either from¬†the¬†library display or one of your own. We’ll share what we’re reading in an informal group.
Bring your lunch if you’d like.¬†¬†Beverage and dessert provided.
Registration is requested.¬† Click here, stop by the Reference Desk, or call 203-239-5803 to sign up.
Wednesday, October 7 at 7 ‚Äď 8 pm
What was life like in Colonial New Haven, especially during the Revolutionary War?¬† Learn about the town, the government, and the people that made history from Benedict Arnold to Roger Sherman and David Wooster.¬† This presentation covers what life was like on a daily basis, the role of the New Haven Green , as well as the British invasion during the summer of 1779. Using images of objects and documents from the collection of the New Haven Museum we will¬† experience a journey back in time!
Presenter: ¬†Amy Durbin, Director of Education and Visitor Experience, New Haven Museum.
Registration is required.¬†¬†Click here to register, stop by¬†the Reference Desk or call 203-239-5803 to sign up.¬†
Fridays, October 9 ‚Äď November 13 at noon ‚Äď 1pm
Flow through a series of dynamic movements that restore balance to the body’s “powerhouse¬†muscles” (abdominals, lower and upper back, hips, buttocks, and inner thighs).¬† Pilates strengthens the core, improves balance, increases coordination, and decreases stress.¬†¬†Exercises are¬†low impact, and appropriate for all ages and skill levels.¬†Colleen Villano is a local¬†certified pilates instructor, group fitness instructor and personal trainer.¬† Colleen’s¬†conscious instruction features easy-to-follow and¬†visual imagery cues. Bring mat and water.¬† Shoes not required.
Space is limited and registration is required. Click here to register, stop by the Reference Desk or call 203-239-5803.
The Library is CLOSING EARLY on Friday, October 2nd in preparation for the Military Whist Card Party.
October’s title is¬†Death at La Fenice by Donna Leon.
Wednesday, October 28 at 2:30 ‚Äď 3:30pm (note new time!)
Is English not your native language? Would you like to practice speaking? Join our Conversation Group in the Library Community Room.
Do you enjoy knitting or crocheting? Come join our free, drop-in group.
Bring your project and enjoy the company.
Thanks to the Friends of the North Haven Library, we were able to have local newspapers from the 1970’s to 2011 scanned and put into a searchable database accessible from home or anywhere you have an internet connection. ¬†Stop by the Reference Desk for a one page how-to guide. ¬†Try out the database¬†at NorthHaven.advantage-preservation.com.
Receive a new¬†tablet?