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Wednesday, June 15 at 1:00-2:00 pm
This month’s theme is Movie/TV Stars. You may pick a fiction, biography¬†or nonfiction book. We will discuss what we read in an informal environment.
Registration is requested.¬† Click here, stop by the Reference Desk, or call 203-239-5803 to sign up.
So, it‚Äôs your turn to host¬†your Book Club?¬† Don‚Äôt be stressed- the Library is here to help!¬† Browse through our Book Club Collection located on the Library‚Äôs second floor.¬† Multiple copies of over Forty different titles along with a book discussion guide are available to borrow.
The Library also hosts various book discussion groups:
An Evening Read ¬†that meets once a month on a Wednesday night (an assigned read with a moderator).
An informal Book Chat that meets once a month on a Wednesday afternoon (everyone reads what they desire on a designated topic).
A Mystery Book Club. These sleuths meet once a month on a Thursday evening (an assigned read with a moderator).
Monday May 23rd at 7 pm¬†– ¬†Walking Tour of Marie-Laure’s Paris – Presenter Donna Girot, lived in and explored Paris’ Latin Quarter for 7 years while raising her daughters. Join Donna on an intimate walk through this charming Parisian neighborhood while she gives both a contemporary and a 1940’s perspective that helps us to see what the blind character Marie-Laure could not see in the national bestseller All the Light We Cannot See.
Wednesday, May 25th at 7 pm – The City of Lights – Carole Rothchild of the¬†French A la Carte School will present a program on the history of Paris starting from the foundation of the French Capital in the first centuries, continuing to the French Revolution and culminating with a focus on Paris during World War ll.
All programs are free but registration is recommended. Call 203-239-5803 or register online at the Event Calendar at NorthHavenLibrary.net.
North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm Street¬†North Haven, CT 06473
Knitting @ Night-Do you knit or crochet? Come join our free, drop-in group. Bring your project and enjoy the company. No registration. This group will meet on the first floor of the library for the first meeting. Knitting @ night will meet on Tuesday¬†evenings from 6:30 p.m.- 8 p.m..March 8, April 12, May 10, June 14.
French – First Monday of each month at 4:00pm
German – First Tuesday of each month at 2:30pm
Italian – Second Monday of each month at 1:00pm
Spanish – Fourth Monday of each month at 4:00pm
To register for any of these groups, click here for the Library’s Event Calendar
May’s title is Lady in the Lake by Raymond Chandler.
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.