Main Children's Room
Clap and sing along with Ms. Deirdre and her lively interactive music program! Limited space. Call 203-899-2780 x 15131 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
Celebrate Ukrainian Christmas with students from The School of Ukrainian Studies in Stamford with customs, traditions, and stories of “The Spider and the Christmas Tree” and how the spiders have left a dazzling Christmas miracle. Did you know that "Carol of the Bells" comes from Ukraine?
Learn so much more!
Please register for this program via email email@example.com, or by calling (203) 899-2780 ext. 15182 and leave a message with your name, phone number and number of people who will be in attendance.
Co-hosted by the Norwalk Health Department and the Norwalk Public
Library. Join us for our 5-week program aimed at learning ways to
successfully set, and keep, your new year goals.
This program is free for all participants and
will be held virtually each week.
Are You Ready to Start Your Own Business? - Led by successful business start-up entrepreneurs, this presentation portrays the risk and reward of starting a business in today's competitive marketplace. The traits and character of successful entrepreneurs will be discussed for the purpose of assessing one's innate and acquired ability to start and manage a successful business.
**Registration for this program is full. You can still sign up to be put on the waitlist** Winter Session: Thursdays, 1/12 - 3/2. Norwalk Knights instructional chess program returns, sponsored by the Library and the Connecticut State Chess Association, featuring National Master and former Knight Ian Harris of RedBandit Chess as instructor. Program is for players K-12, beginners welcome. Program will include age and skill appropriate group lessons on strategy, including chess basics, supervised practice play and other instructional and fun chess activities. Program will meet once per week on Thursdays, 6-7 PM.
When Father puts the livestock first, it's the last straw for Mother.
A Mary E. Wilkins Freeman classic.
Equal rights hit the farm, with a twist O.Henry would envy.
Virtual Career Coach computer literacy course starts with orientation on January 17th. It is still taking place weekly, on Tuesdays, from 10-12noon.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Typhoid Mary, whose real name was Mary Mallon, was a silent carrier of typhoid fever, although she never had the disease itself. She infected 100’s of people in her work as a cook, and over 50 of them died. She was put on trial and condemned to live out the rest of her days in isolation on an island off Manhattan.
To register please email email@example.com
or phone 203-899-2780 ext 15133
Details to follow
Marketing Research & Strategy - The session focuses on the importance of market research and planning to start and build a competitive and successful business enterprise. Emphasis will be on sound market positioning of a small business's products or services within its target market that will enhance profitable sales and success.
In Life Sketches personal story writing via Zoom, participants will be inspired to view life experiences in new ways. Each week in this five-week session we will write about the important people, places and experiences in your life that you may have forgotten about. Author and writing teacher, Kim Kovach, brings fun, fresh ideas to turn personal memories and life events into interesting narrative nonfiction stories to share with family and friends. Registration required.
To Register please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Norwalk Film Festival will be holding panels and screening films:
Feb. 21 agenda:
1 - 1:45p:
Student / Professional Mixer
An opportunity for students and young professionals to mingle and talk shop with established veterans in film and television.
2 - 2:45p: Navigating Film Festivals
led by award-winning Producer/Director Larry Locke, featuring filmmaker Sherene Strausberg (Cool for You) and Bridgeport Film Fest founder, Jason Coombs
A panel highlighting the challenges and excitement of the film festival circuit, ffering stories, best practices, and tips on getting your film seen by the most eyes.
3 - 3:45p: Creative Casting: On-Camera and Voiceover
led by Director Alex Morsanutto (Operation: Cavity), featuring casting director Andy Roth (more special guests TBD)
This discussion will focus on both on-camera and voiceover casting, discussing tips and tricks to get the right actor for the piece and featuring some of the most accomplished NYC casting directors.
Sun, Jan 22 Agenda
12 - 12:45p: Sound Practices: Great Audio on a Budget
with award-winning Audio Engineer and Re-Recording Mixer, Justin Matley (Alone, Rockaway, NBC, WWE)
This hands-on workshop will offer production and post-production tips and tricks to make your film sound great - before AND after the edit. Featuring equipment use and sound-saving tools.
1 - 1:45p: The Art of Screenwriting
led by Writer/Director Dusty Noval, featuring award-winning screenwriters Sharbari Ahmed (Quantico), Ivan Menchell (Blended, The Nanny), and Shetel Shah
This panel will focus on the experience of screenwriting: the inspiration, process, and culmination in creating winning screenplays and scripts.
This is a training program for the young people ages 16-24 who are interested in Customer Service and Sales career. At the end of the course students will take a nationally recognized National Retail Federation Customer
Service & Sales Certification test. The classes take place daily Monday-Friday 10am-3:30pm (with 1-hour lunch and two 15-minute breaks each day) virtually on Zoom and through Google Classrooms. The first session begins January 23rd and runs for 6 weeks. During the program students will need to complete class and homework assignments, participate in peer activities/discussions, and class projects. Participants who don't have access to a computer will receive free iPads. Those who successfully complete the program will get to keep them.
To register for the program, scan the QR code in the flyer
or contact :
Dawn-Marie Williams (p) 203-953-3266
Richard Bourque (p)203-610-6203
Community outreach event, offering to special education parents a brief presentation on the special education process and then individualized 15 minute meetings to review their child's IEP
For fans of Hidden Figures, comes the incredible true story of the
women heroes who were exposed to radium in factories across
the U.S. in the early 20th century, and their brave and
groundbreaking battle to strengthen workers' rights, even as the
fatal poison claimed their own lives...
For additional information and to register, please email Cynde Bloom Lahey at :
Website & Social Media Marketing - This session focuses on how to successfully market your business using the latest digital marketing tools, including website positioning and key social media platforms.
Nathan and Bub Bright meet for the first time in months at the remote fence line separating their cattle ranches in the lonely outback. Their third brother, Cameron, lies dead at their feet. In an isolated belt of Australia, their homes a three-hour drive apart, the brothers were one another’s nearest neighbors. Cameron was the middle child, the one who ran the family homestead. But something made him head out alone under the unrelenting sun. Nathan, Bub and Nathan’s son return to Cameron’s ranch and to those left behind by his passing: his wife, his daughters, and his mother, as well as their long-time employee and two recently hired seasonal workers. While they grieve Cameron’s loss, suspicion starts to take hold, and Nathan is forced to examine secrets the family would rather leave in the past. Because if someone forced Cameron to his death, the isolation of the outback leaves few suspects.
To register please email email@example.com or phone 203-899-2780 ext 15133
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