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Lung Cancer Screening: Is it right for you?

lung careWednesday, Apr. 30, 6:30 pm
Come find out if you or your loved ones are at risk for lung cancer and how to access this early detection screening test! Megin Iaccarino, a registered nurse and the lung cancer screening coordinator, and Dr. Raymond Schoonmaker, a pulmonary physician from Middlesex Hospital Total Lung Care Center will be available to provide information, answer questions, and assist you in coordinating a lung cancer screening if appropriate.  Registration is not required.





Lee Jacobus - Hawaiian Tales

Lee JacobusMonday, May 5, 6:30 pm
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Local author Lee Jacobus is back to share his latest book “Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes!” Set in the islands of Hawaii, this short story collection looks beyond the surface lives of tourists and retirees, natives and transplants to the joys and mysteries within.







Lenore Skenazy "America’s Worst Mom"
Lenore SkenazyTuesday, May 6, 6:00 pm
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We are happy to host “America’s Worst Mom” Lenore Skenazy for a talk about raising “Free Range Kids!” You may remember Skenazy as the mother and journalist  who let her 9-year old son take the subway home by himself. After a firestorm of coverage in the media, Skenazy has started a Free Range Kids movement. A lot of parents today, she says, see no difference between letting their kids walk to school and letting them walk through a firing range. Any risk is seen as too much risk. But if you try to prevent every possible danger or difficult in your child’s everyday life, that child never gets a chance to grow up. Books will be available for signing after this  event.


Phil Rosenthal - Songs of Pete Seeger
Phil RosenthalMonday, May 12, 6:30 pm
Learn about the history and significance  of the songs of Pete Seeger! Former Connecticut State Troubadour Phil Rosenthal celebrates Pete Seeger's music in this special concert, featuring many of Seeger's best-known compositions and other songs prominent in his long recording and performing career.  Registration is not required.







Internet Safety & Security
internet safetyTuesday, May 13, 6:00 pm
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Nerds from Nerds to Go are back to talk about  Internet Security! Get the latest tips on how you can protect your accounts, surf safely, and learn about the latest threats.








Library Yoga with Kathy Bannon

yogaWednesday, May 14, 6:00 pm
Wednesday, May 21, 6:00 pm
Wednesday, May 28, 6:00 pm

Free Drop-in basic yoga on three Wednesday evenings in May! You know the drill - bring your own yoga mat, and dress in appropriate yoga apparel. All are welcome, registration is not required.







Best of Foreign Film: In The Name Of

in the name ofFriday, May 16, 1:00 pm
Join us for free screenings of some of the world’s best foreign films! Registration is not required. Adam is a Catholic priest who discovered his calling as a servant of God at age 21. He now lives in a village in rural Poland where he works with teenagers with behavioral problems. He declines the advances of a young brunette named Ewa; saying he is already spoken for. However; celibacy is not the only reason for his rejection. (Unrated, Subtitled, Polish, 102 min.)





Microsoft Windows for Beginners

windows for beginnersTuesday, May 20, 6 :00 pm
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Nerds from Nerds to Go are here to walk you through the basics of the Windows 7 operating system! If you have a laptop with Windows 7 on it, bring it along.








iPad Salon

ipad salonThursday, May 22, 6:30 pm
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Learn a thing or two about your iPad at our popular iPad Salon! Librarians will be on hand to demonstrate  the latest tips and tricks. 








Shoreline Ukulele Jam

ukulele jamSaturday, May 31, 1:00 pm
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We are hosting another Ukulele Jam! This is an entirely audience driven program with no defined agenda - bring your ukulele, some songs to play, and share your love of all things uke! There has been some interest to form a ukulele club on the Shoreline and the Henry Carter Hull Library is happy to provide the space.