CHRISTMAS FAIR: The 36th Anniversary Christmas Cottage Ability Fair will be captivated this year at the Eureka Grange Hall, Route 202/777 Litchfield Turnpike, New Hartford/Nepaug, Nov. 1, 3-8 p.m., Nov. 2, 9 a.m.-7 p.m., and Nov. 3, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
GOSHEN PLAYERS: The Goshen Players will date “Almost, Maine” Nov. 2-3, Nov. 10-11, 8 p.m. , Nov. 4, 3 p.m. All tickets for the cabaret basement are aloof for $22. Tickets can be purchased at www.goshenplayers.org or by calling the Box Appointment at 860-491-9988 and leave a bulletin for alarm back. Aboriginal anxiety are recommended as Cabaret Basement is limited.
NIGHT OF A THOUSAND PIES: Kent Affordable Housing will present its 13th anniversary account and bargain of pies, art, artifacts and bounded casework at St. Andrew’s Parish Anteroom in Kent. A examination affair will be captivated Friday, Nov. 2, 6-7:30 p.m.; tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door. On Saturday, Nov. 3, 10 am.-4 p.m., Bakers and Makers is accessible to all with broiled goods, crafts, gifts, art, services, aliment and specialties. Come aboriginal for the best alternative of pies.
HOLIDAY SUPER PRIZE PARTY: Accompany Winer Grange will be hosting its Anniversary Super Award-winning Affair and Bake Bargain on Friday, Nov. 2, with doors aperture at 6 p.m. at the Winer Grange Hall, 100 Newfield Road, at the circle of Newfield Road and Route 263 in Winer Center. The Super Award-winning Affair and Bake Bargain begins at 6:00 PM for viewing, with the cartoon of prizes alpha at 7:00 PM. Acceptance is free, and tickets are accessible at the amount of $1 per agenda with 26 affairs to win. Donations are welcome; acquaintance Ramona Fassio at 860-482-2733, or accompany the items amid 5-6 p.m.
ROAD TO ROAD JAM: The Warner Theatre and Two Roads Brewing Co. will present “The Road to Road Jam: A Battle of Jam Bands,” in the Warner’s Studio Theatre on Friday, Nov. 2 from 7-11 p.m. Tickets are $15, 21and earlier only. Doors accessible at 6 p.m.; a array of Two Roads beers will be accessible for purchase. Five breadth jam bands, Cousin Fungus, Flipper Dave, The HippoCampus, Soul Case and No Mind, will attempt for the aboriginal abode prize. The acceptable bandage will comedy at the Anniversary Road Jam Music Festival, as able-bodied as win a banknote prize, tickets for the Jam Fest, swag accoutrements and beer. For tickets go to warnertheatre.org.
DIGITAL IMAGE EDITING: Imaging, editing, posting, filing and archiving your agenda images by Thad Kubis, bounded photographer, Nov. 3, 10 a.m. at the Scoville Memorial Library, Salisbury. Details, allotment at scovillelibrary.org.
BEER FOR ALL: “Beer is for Everyone” by columnist and Advanced Cicerone (sommelier) Em Sauter, will be captivated Nov. 3, 4 p.m. at the Scoville Memorial Library, Salisbury. Sauter will allotment her admired ability beer acquaint and altercate why beer absolutely is for anybody application a fun and advisory allegorical presentation architecture followed by a Q&A session. Details, allotment at scovillelibrary.org.
LLAMA WALK: Llama Airing with Debbie Labbe from Country Quilt Llama Farm, Nov. 3, 10 a.m. at White Memorial Attention Center, Litchfield, $20 per person. Accommodated in the building parking lot. Alarm Debbie from Country Quilt Llama Farm at 860-248-0355 to pre-register or to agenda a clandestine llama walk.
HOLIDAY CRAFT & GIFT FAIR: Torrington Lions Club in ollaboration with Torrington Parks and Recreation present a anniversary ability and allowance fair, Nov. 3, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Torrington Armory, South Main Street. Vendors of ability and crafts, barbecue appearance aliment for sale, ability and allowance raffles, chargeless parking and chargeless admission. All gain abutment projects managed by the Torrington Lions. For added information, go to https://torringtonlionsevents.org
CONNECTICUT’S APPLES: Barr Weeks and Russell Powell from the New England Angel Association acquaint the chance of angel growing in Connecticut, Nov. 3, 2 p.m. in the A.B. Ceder Room, White Memorial Attention Center, Litchfield. Samples including pie provided. Affiliate $5, $10 guests.Call 860-567-0857 or annals online: www.whitememorialcc.org
LIVING WILLS: Catherine Vlasto, LCSW, will present Aging Gracefully with the Five Wishes, Nov.3, 10:30 a.m. at the Goshen Accessible Library. The Five Wishes certificate is an beforehand directive. Alarm to annals for the branch at 860-491-3234.
POW/MIA DANCE: Come adore an black of archetypal bedrock with FLASHBACK! As they accept for thirty years in the aftermost thirty-three years, FLASHBACK will perform, as a benefit, for POW/MIA CT Forget-Me-Nots’ anniversary account dance. The POW/MIA ball will be captivated on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 8 P.M. to midnight at the VFW Post 1672 on Avery Road (off Rt. 202) in New Milford. Tickets are $10.00 — Must be 21 with accurate ID. Alarm in beforehand for tickets and admonition @ (860) 355-2567. All gain will be acclimated in our connected accomplishment to brainwash others of the POW tragedy and to abetment families until the fullest accessible accounting of our unrecovered POWS & missing Americans is realized.
12 MOONS COFFEE HOUSE: On Saturday, November 3, 2018 Twelve Moons Coffee House will affection Ten Mile, a agreeable duo from Millerton, NY. Lance Middlebrook on acoustic guitar and vocals, and John Mathews on bass guitar and vocals, accomplish an all-embracing mix of Americana, folk, and aboriginal tunes. PLEASE NOTE: There is a change of breadth for this event. It will be captivated at The Center on Main, 103 Main Street, Falls Village. Twelve Moons Coffee House is captivated on the aboriginal Saturday of anniversary month, from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. A donation is requested to admonition awning expenses. The architecture for the black is to action ‘Open Mic’ from 7 — 8:00 pm, followed by the featured aerialist for a 75 minute set, and the actual time as ‘Song Swap’. Those absorbed in arena music or account poems, are acceptable to assurance up for ‘Open Mic’ at the door. Those absorbed in acceptable a featured aerialist amuse contact: [email protected] Added admonition at: tinyurl.com/12Moons.
ARTISAN FAIR: 10 am to 3:30 pm on Nov. 3. Burlington Boondocks Anteroom Spielman Highway, Rt 4, Burlington. Twenty called Artists and Artisans will display and advertise their assignment at the added anniversary Fair: painting by Denise Balcanoff, Debbie Leonard, Brook Nightingale, Paul Kulikowski, archetectual and Nature photography by Jaroslav Bil, Direen Breen’s Soul Threads aboriginal clothing, adornment by Linda Davidson’s Quilibet, Lynne Patnode’s Silver Spiral Creatioos, alloyed media of Lori Barker, Grace Epstien Pottery, and abundant added Additionally alley arcade of art. Bake bargain too of course. Tea cup bargain of items donated by oif artists and artisans .
FALL FUNDRAISER: The Goshen Garden Club presents its abatement fundraiser, “Tip Your Hat!: A Parade of Hats from the Past,” with music by William Benson and hats from a clandestine collection, Nov. 3, at Chatterley’s Banquet Facility, 371 Pinewoods Road, Torrington, Doors accessible at 11 a.m. with cafeteria at apex and a banknote bar and raffle baskets. Tickets $35. Gain account Goshen Gardens, academy scholarships, and agronomical analysis at breadth nursing homes. To reserve, acquaintance Kathe at 860-485-3145
INDOOR FARM MARKET: Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Bazaar is affective central for the winter/spring division to the Forman School, Arctic Street/Route 63, Litchfield, Saturdays, Nov. 3 and Saturday, Dec. 15, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and will be there every Saturday through December, and again alert a ages through May. Added than 15 vendors participate. For added admonition and to see what’s on the agenda for bazaar day go to http://www.litchfieldfarmersmarket.org/
UN PEACEKEEPING LECTURE: The Kent Memorial Library presents “UN Peacekeeping: Its Challenges & Latest Efforts,” with Kent aborigine Jean-Daniel Cloutier, Nov. 3, 2-4 p.m. with a accepted overview of avant-garde United Nations peacekeeping. This accident is chargeless and accessible to the public. To annals or for added admonition alarm the Library, 860-927-3761; email [email protected]; or go to kentmemoriallibrary.org.
CONTRA DANCE: Come calm in association with dancing on Saturday, Nov. 3, 7 p.m. at the Cornwall Boondocks Hall, 16 Pine St., Cornwall. Calling by Jacqueline Laufman and alive old time music by Still, the Homegrown Band. All dances are taught, no accomplice all-important and all ages are welcome. Donation requested to pay the caller. For added admonition alarm Jane at860-672-6101 or go to motherhouse.us.
VETERAN OF THE MONTH: In affiliation with the 100thanniversary of the World War One Armistice this year, American Legion Post 44 of Bantam will account L. Cleveland Fuessenich as its Veteran of the Month. He served with the Connecticut National Guard and again the United States Army in France during the war. The commemoration will be captivated Nov. 3, 10 a.m. at the Bantam Borough Hall, 890 Bantam Road, Route 202. Attendees are arrive to break for ablaze refreshments with associates of Post 44, the honorees’ families, veterans from added organizations and the accepted public. For admonition contact: [email protected]
YMCA MONSTER DASH: Ghouls and goblins will be out at White Memorial in Litchfield on Nov. 3 as the Northwest CT YMCA holds a themed 5K aisle run dubbed the “Monster Dash” that morning. The day additionally includes a 2-mile airing advantage and a 1-mile kids run. To annals or for added admonition appointment nwctY.org/trailrun. Participants are encouraged to dress up.
GET OUT THE VOTE RALLY: Torrington Democrats will authority a Get Out the Vote Rally at its Torrington headquarters, 40 East Main St., at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3. Refreshments provided. Legislators and bounded admiral accept been invited. RSVP to Paul Summers at [email protected] or Danielle Palladino at [email protected] For admonition alarm Audrey Blondin at 860-860-489-8997.
TURKEY DINNER: The United Methodist Abbey of Litchfield will host its anniversary Abatement Turkey Banquet on Saturday, Nov. 3, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Acceptance is $13 per person, $12 if you accompany a non-perishable aliment account for the bounded aliment pantry. Accouchement beneath 12 are $6. Banquet will accommodate broiled turkey, mashed potatoes, vegetables, cranberry bathrobe and home-made desserts. The abbey is at 69 West St., a the western end of the Litchfield boondocks green. For added information, appointment litchfieldumc.org or alarm 860-567-5022.
CROP ‘N SHOP: Crop ‘N’ Shop will be captivated Saturday, Nov. 3, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. at Abbey of Christ, 5 Old Middle St., Goshen. The fee of $40 includes lunch, dinner, snack, prizes, shopping. Adore 12 hours of atom book authoritative and arcade fun. For information, alarm 860-491-2793.
CHRISTMAS FAIR: The 36th Anniversary Christmas Cottage Ability Fair will be captivated this year at the Eureka Grange Hall, Route 202/777 Litchfield Turnpike, New Hartford/Nepaug, Nov. 1, 3-8 p.m., Nov. 2, 9 a.m.-7 p.m., and Nov. 3, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
QUARRY TOURS: Flanders Nature Center will authority tours of O&G’s Southbury Trap Bedrock Quarry in Southbury, Nov. 3, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. or 1:30-3:30 p.m. Thomas Fleming, Professor of Geology and the Chairperson of the Earth Science Department at Southern Connecticut State University, leads the tours. Accommodated at the the quarry on Route 67/236 Roxbury Road, Southbury. $10 members, $15 guests. annals online at www.flandersnaturecenter.org or alarm 203-263-3711, ext. 10, for added information.
GOSHEN PLAYERS: The Goshen Players will date “Almost, Maine” Oct. 26-27, Nov. 2-3, Nov. 10-11, 8 p.m. ,Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 3 p.m. All tickets for the cabaret basement are aloof for $22. Tickets can be purchased at www.goshenplayers.org or by calling the Box Appointment at 860-491-9988 and leave a bulletin for alarm back. Aboriginal anxiety are recommended as Cabaret Basement is limited.
COMMUNITY EVENSONG: Association Evensong Service, an age-old account of reading, prayers and music and allotment of the Daily Offices of the Church, will be captivated Nov. 4, 7:30 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, Torrington. The 45-minute account includes hymns, prayers, readings, poetry, Taize, candles and incense. The Trinity Choir will be aing by added singers from in and about Torrington.
GOSHEN PLAYERS: The Goshen Players will date “Almost, Maine” Nov. 10-11, 8 p.m. , Nov. 4, 3 p.m. All tickets for the cabaret basement are aloof for $22. Tickets can be purchased at www.goshenplayers.org or by calling the Box Appointment at 860-491-9988 and leave a bulletin for alarm back. Aboriginal anxiety are recommended as Cabaret Basement is limited.
BOOK GROUP: SML Book Group: The Refugees by Viet Than Nguyen, led by Claudia Cayne, Scoville Memorial Library, Salisbury, Nov. 4, 2 p.m. in the Oak Room. scovillelibrary.org.
PANCAKE SCHOLARSHIP BREAKFAST: The Lions Club of Harwinton will host its 45th Anniversary Pancake Scholarship Breakfast on Sunday, Nov. 4, 8-11:30 a.m., Harwinton Consolidated School, 115 Litchfield Road (Rt. 118). Adults, $8, accouchement beneath 12, $5, accessible from any affiliate of the Harwinton Lions Club, as able-bodied as at Harwinton Boondocks Hall.
‘FRANKENSTEIN’ PERFORMANCE: Frankenstein; or, The Avant-garde Prometheus, performed by Greg Oliver Bodine, will be captivated Sunday, Nov. 4, 1-2:30 p.m. at the Oliver WOlcott Library, 160 South St., Litchfield. Suitable for adults and for accouchement (ages 12 and over). Library contest are chargeless and accessible to the public. Amplitude is limited. Allotment is appropriate and can be done by calling 860-567-8030 or visiting owlibrary.org and beat on Events/Adult Events.
60TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: Trinity Lutheran Abbey in New Milford will bless 60 years aback our founding on Sunday, November 4th. President Timothy Yeadon, Bishop of the New England District will be admonition at the 10:30 a.m. Eucharist. A buffet ogna will chase in the acquaintance hall. The abbey is amid at 107 Kent Road (Route 7) arctic of Big Y. Added info: 860-354-3450.
COMMUNITY CONVERSATION: The Litchfield Historical Association will host a Association Chat on the affair of clearing in Litchfield on Sunday, November 4 at 3 p.m. This community-wide altercation will admonition adapt for the town’s 300th Anniversary in 2019.We appetite to apprehend your family’s story! Amuse feel chargeless to accompany babyish artifacts, documents, photos, or added memorabilia you would like to allotment with added participants. Chargeless and accessible to the public. In adjustment to animate allusive conversation, amplitude is bound to 40 bodies and allotment is required. To register, alarm (860) 567-4501 or email [email protected] For added admonition about this or added programs, amuse appointment www.litchfieldhistoricalsociety.org.
LITCHFIELD HILLS AUDUBON: The Litchfield Hills Audubon Association will accommodated Monday, Nov. 5 at 7 p.m., at the Litchfield Association Center, Route 202, Litchfield. “Fascinating Facts about Fishers” will be presented by Diane Edwards, Master Conservationist. The affairs is chargeless and all are welcome.
WOMAN’S CLUB MEETING: The Torrington Woman’s Club will accommodated Nov. 5, at Center Congregational Church, 155 Main St., Torrington. Mikaila Zanetti of Spirit of the Horse Farm in Morris, who trains and provides analysis animals and account animals for bodies with appropriate needs, will authenticate with account dogs. The presentation will alpha at 1:30 p.m., afore the club’s business meeting. The Torrington Woman’s Club is not affiliated with any abbey or religion. Breadth women who would like to appear as a bedfellow can alarm 860-618-3928 to assets a seat.
VOTER REGISTRATION: Warren’s Voting Registrars will authority a affair Nov. 5, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. to annals new voters, those whose abilities as to age, citizenship, or address was accomplished aback Oct. 31. Those clumsy to accomplish these deadlines will still be able to vote in the acclamation by registering on acclamation day (EDR). There are 2 questions on the ballot; Email the registrars at [email protected] or alarm 860-868-7881 x 109 for details.
REGISTRATION SESSION: The Cornwall Registrar of Voters will authority a allotment affair at the Boondocks Hall, Nov. 5, 9 a.m.-4 p.m .for voters who accept angry 18, become a U.S. aborigine or a aborigine of Cornwall amid Oct. 30 and Nov. 5.
WINCHESTER REGISTRARS SESSION: A final, bound allotment affair will be captivated Monday, Nov. 5, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in the Winer Registrars’ office, for those gluttonous to vote whose accomplishment as to age, citizenship or abode was accomplished aback Oct. 31. Associates of the armed armament and above associates of the armed armament absolved aural the agenda year anon above-mentioned such request, may additionally register. in the Registrars’ office, 2nd attic of Boondocks Hall, Room 203. Any inquiries amuse alarm 860 379-2714 ext 354 or 355.
REGISTRATION SESSION: Registrars of Voters in the Boondocks of New Hartford will be in the appointment at boondocks hall, 530 Main St., New Hartford, Monday, Nov. 5, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. for those gluttonous to vote in the acclamation whose accomplishment as to age, citizenship, or abode was accomplished aback Oct. 30, 2018.
DIY CRAFTS FOR CHILDREN: The Oliver Wolcott Library, 16 South St., Litchfield, presents Offi the Hook, for grades 4-6, Mondays, 3:30-4:15 p.m., Nov. 5 and Dec. 3. Create a different yarn ability after application any knitting all-overs or adornment hooks. All abstracts provided. Library contest are chargeless and accessible to the public. Amplitude is limited. Allotment is appropriate and can be done by calling 860-567-8030 or visiting owlibrary.org and beat on Events/Children’s Events.
WOMAN’S CLUB MEETING: The Woman’s Club of Woodbury (a Federated Women’s Club of CT and a accomplice in the Accepted Federation of Women’s Clubs) will authority its aing Regular Affair on Monday, Nov. 5 at 11 a.m. at the Emergency Casework Building (Orenaug Firehouse) 25 Quassuk Road in Woodbury. Guests are arrive to appear the affairs alpha at 12:30 to be presented by Tracey O’Shaughnessey who will allege about “The Power of Personal Stories.” Our presenter is an award-winning columnist and art analyzer in the New England area. She is a approved apostle and announcer and writes frequently about society, culture, adoration and women.
MEMORY LOSS TALK: Charlotte Hungerford Hospital is presenting “Dinner with an Expert”, a bloom allocution advantaged “ Managing the Holidays for Bodies with Memory Loss” by Jennifer Labrie, HS-BCP, Resource Coordinator at the CHH Center for Healthy Aging. The allocution will be captivated on Monday, Nov. 5 at Chatterley’s Banquet Hall, 371 Pinewoods Road, Torrington from 5:30 -7:00 p.m. Ablaze banquet will be provided above-mentioned to the 6 p.m. presentation with a catechism and acknowledgment affair to follow. Allotment is required. Amuse alarm 860-496-6479. Basement is bound so alarm early.
MONDAY MOVIE MATINEE: chargeless screening “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” Monday, November 5 1pm — In this aftereffect to the 2008 movie, Sophie is pregnant. She wonders how she can go through it alone, but anon learns that her mother, Donna, was additionally adolescent aback she had her baby. Sophie learns that she can booty some acquaint from aback Donna was younger. ABBA songs and ball numbers accumulate the chance affective forward. PG -13 / 2hr Gunn Memorial Library 5 Wykeham Road at Route 47 on the Green, in Washington.
SPEAKER SERIES: White Hart Apostle Series: Helen Klein Ross, “The Latecomers”, Nov. 6, 6 p.m. at the White Hart Inn, hosted by the Scoville Memorial Library, presented in accord with Oblong Books & Music and the White hart Inn. scovillelibrary.org.
WRITING PROGRAM: OWL Writes: The Ability of Setting & Description, facilitated by Librarian Patricia Moore, Tuesdays, Nov. 6-Nov. 27, 1-2:30 p.m. OWL Writes combines online learning, autograph prompts, and the administration and altercation of those autograph samples. Library contest are chargeless and accessible to the public. Amplitude is limited. Allotment is appropriate and can be done by calling 860-567-8030 or visiting owlibrary.org and beat on Events/Adult Events.
BOUNCING BABIES: Bouncing Babies, for babies birth- 24 months, Tuesdays, 11 a.m., Nov. 6-Dec. 18, no affairs Nov. 20-27. Adore abstraction and balladry books, apprentice feel plays, and accommodated added families in this alternate program. Library contest are chargeless and accessible to the public. Amplitude is limited. Allotment is appropriate and can be done by calling 860-567-8030 or visiting owlibrary.org and beat on Events/Adult Events.
Wednesday, Nov. 7
FALL FOLIAGE BIRD WALK: with Miley Bull 10:00 am on Nov 7. The Connecticut Audubon Association – Deer Pond Farm, 57 Wakeman Hill Road, Sherman. Accompany us for these guided walks to adore the alteration foliage, as able-bodied as brief and aborigine birds. We’ll analyze the assorted habitats which abutment a array of birds that Miley Bull, chief administrator of science and attention will admonition analyze by afterimage and sound. All levels of birders are welcome. Binoculars and walking sticks accessible to borrow. Dress for the weather. Inclement acclimate cancels. Accompany baptize bottle, walking stick, binoculars, camera and a faculty of adventure. Chargeless for associates $5 non-members Wednesday, November 7 8 a.m.To register, bang here
WOMAN’S CLUB TO MEET: The Harwinton Woman’s Club will accommodated on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 7 p.m. Harwinton Chief Center at 209 Weingart Road. The cartoon for the “Grateful Nation” Quilt will be captivated at this time. Tickets may be purchased for $3 anniversary from club associates through November 6th. Women age 18 and over absorbed in aing the Harwinton Woman’s Club are acceptable to join. The club meets the aboriginal Wednesday of the ages at 7 p.m. at the Harwinton Chief Center. For added admonition alarm 860-480-6523, or email [email protected]
TALK: Accompany Loren Gelberg-Goff on Wednesday, November 7 at 6:30PM at New Milford Accessible Library as she gives caregivers some advantageous admonition on how to booty aback their life. Loren is columnist of the book, Booty Aback your Life: A Caregiver’s Guide to Finding Freedom in the Midst of Overwhelm. Allotment is adopted at 860 355 1191 x 2 or online at newmilfordlibrary.org.
TALK: Breaking the Tech Bind: Taking Control of Your Agenda Activity Washington Montessori School Offering allocution at Makery Coworking, 20 Bank Street, New Milford November 7; 7:00p.m. FREE; SIGN-UP REQUIRED Tal Fagin, a above accumulated advocate and certified activity coach, has devised a new branch aimed at allegorical you of some of the added alarming aspects of our acquainted in lives, and allowance you to convention lasting, meaningful, absolute changes. For added admonition or to assurance up for the talk, amuse acquaintance Laura Martin at [email protected] or 860-868-0551 x2161 or go to https://bit.ly/2De2183
AUTHOR TALK: “The Saboteur: the Aristocrat who became France’s Most Daring Anti-Nazi Commando,” with columnist Paul Kix, Nov. 8, 7-8 p.m. at the Oliver Wolcott Library, 160 South St., Litchfield. Library contest are chargeless and accessible to the public. Amplitude is limited. Allotment is appropriate and can be done by calling 860-567-8030 or visiting owlibrary.org and beat on Events/Adult Events.
AUTHOR TALK AT GUNN: Author, longtime bookseller, and cofounder of the acclaimed book catalogue, A Common Reader, James Mustich will be at Gunn Memorial Library in Washington, for an absorbing allocution AND signing of his contempo book “1000 Books to Read Afore You Die,” Nov. 8, 6:30 p.m. in the Wykeham Room. To annals email [email protected] or alarm 860-868-7586.
OWL BOOK GROUPS: Oliver Wolcott Library’s book altercation groups will accommodated Nov. 8 at the library, 160 South St., Litchfield. Non-fiction group, 2 p.m., “Capote: A Biography” by Gerald Clarke; fiction group, 3:30 p.m., “Other Voices, Added Rooms” by Truman Capote. Book discussions are chargeless and accessible to the public. Copies are accessible a ages above-mentioned to discussions at the apportionment desk.
SQUADRON MEETING: A affair of the Northwest Hills Composite Squadron Civil Air Patrol Auxiliary of the United States Air Force will accommodated Thursday, 7-9 p.m. at the Torrington Armory South Main Street. For information, alarm Cmdr. Tim Ceritello at 860-620-3670 or email [email protected]
CHESS CLUB: The Litchfield County Chess Club meets Thursdays at the Torrington Library, 12 Daycoeton Place, Torrington, from 5:30 to 7:45 p.m. on Thursdays. The breezy club has captivated several meetings. Membership is chargeless — aloof appearance up and play. Adults, adolescence and earlier accouchement with an developed are welcome. There are affluence of boards and pieces, or accompany your own. For information, alarm Alan at 850-430-9317.
TALK: Assure Yourself From Medicare Artifice Thursday, November 8 at 4PM, FREE. David M. Hunt Library, 63 Main Street, Falls Village, 860-824-7424, huntlibrary.org. On Thursday, November 8 at 4:00PM, the David M. Hunt Library in Falls Village will host a allocution about Medicare fraud. Come and apprentice how to assure yourself adjoin Medicare frauds, scams, and abuse. This accident is chargeless and accessible to the public. For added admonition alarm the library at 860-824-7424 or appointment www.huntlibrary.org.
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