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Movie Night
East Hampton Public Library
Nov 25, 6:30 p.m.

She - e- rry, can you come out tonight! From director Clint Eastwood comes the film version of the Tony Award-winning Musical Jersey Boys, all about the iconic 1960s group The Four Seasons. The film is rated R. Discussion moderated by library staff member Phil Carr.

Let's Get Crafty! A Snowman of a Different Sort...
East Hampton Public Library
Dec 6, 11:00 a.m.

Registration required. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
Snow season is a great time to use your fine motor skills and sturdy twine to craft "Fuzzy the Stringman", a snowman that will never melt and who will keep you company long after winter turns to spring. For ages 4-8; parent participation required.

Health & Wellness Workshop with Richard Jackson
East Hampton Public Library
Dec 9, 1:00 p.m.

Registration required. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
Take the holidays in stride, learn stress management techniques using breathing and meditation. Richard P. Jackson, CT resident and practictioner in multiple disciplines, presents.

Happy Holidays! Evening Jazz with the Larry Gareau Trio
East Hampton Public Library
Dec 10, 6:30 p.m.

Registration required. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
Warm up on a December evening with the jazzy but oh-so gentle sounds of holiday music presented by the Larry Gareau Trio. Enjoy unique interpretations of the tunes you love along with great stories and opportunity to sing along. Larry Gareau, a local resident, is lead vocalist and way cool trumpeteer; Norman Johnson (guitar) and Dave Daddario (bass) round out the trio.   

Holiday Concert for Families with Roger Tincknell
East Hampton Public Library
Dec 13, 2:00 p.m.

Registration required. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
Join us for a Winter Solstice Celebration including traditional songs from Chanukah, Christmas and other winter holiday traditions. In addition, the program will feature songs of light from around the world and seasonal sing-a-longs. Roger Tincknell presents the program, performing on guitar, mandolin, banjo, Irish Bodhran, harmonica and Russian balalaika. Add warmth to your holiday season!

Movie Night
East Hampton Public Library
Dec 16, 6:30 p.m.

A group of interstellar outlaws led by brash adventurer Peter Quill team up to save the galaxy from a villain who seeks ultimate power in this comic book space adventure from Marvel Studios and director James Gunn. The film features a stellar cast and is rated PG13. Library staff member Phil Carr leads the program.

Holiday Party for Little People
East Hampton Public Library
Dec 19, 10:30 a.m.

Registration required. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
Join us for our annual holiday party for the littlest people in our community. Enjoy festive songs and stories, plus a visit from a very gentle version of you-know-who!

New Years @ Noon!
East Hampton Public Library
Dec 31, 11:00 a.m.

Registration required. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
Join us for this popular and annually enjoyable New Years celebration ready made for the littlest people in our community. Take a pop-pop stroll on our bubble wrap walk of fame; craft a fabulous holiday hat, and dance, dance, dance your little feet into the new year!

Let's Get Crafty! A Balloon, Some String, Voila!
East Hampton Public Library
Jan 3, 11:00 a.m.

Registration required, begins Dec 6. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
Make a lantern using string and a colorful balloon. An easy peasy way to light up your life! For ages 4-8; parent participation required.

Do You Know Who Your Ancestors Are? An Introduction to Genealogy
East Hampton Public Library
Jan 13, 1:00 p.m.

Registration required, begins Dec 13. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
Hear how genealogy begins at home, and learn about some of the basic sources of information and where to find them. Presented by the Connecticut Historical Society Museum & Library.

Aging Matters
East Hampton Public Library
Jan 14, 6:30 p.m.

Registration required, begins Dec 13. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
Melissa Morton, local resident and representative of the Connecticut State Department on Aging, presents on long-term care planning for the aging and disabled and support services for family and caregivers. Anyone with an aging parent/relative will find this program timely and relevant.

Saturday Afternoon Concert with Connor Wallowitz
East Hampton Public Library
Jan 24, 2:00 p.m.

Registration required, begins Dec 20. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
Think young. Think talented. Think of all the very young people you've seen audition for TV talent shows. Now it's time to think Connecticut and join us for a concert with Connor Wallowitz, a 13 year-old singer/songwriter who's sure to amaze you with his vibrant voice, smooth musical skills, and enormous heart. For all ages.

Take Your Child to the Library Day! 2015 Edition
East Hampton Public Library
Feb 7, 10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Join us for a fun-filled day that comes complete with games, giveaways, music, face painting that'll rock your socks, and other fabulous activities for the whole family. We're working on the details as we speak. Take Your Child to the Library and please do expect surprises!

Let's Get Crafty! These Crocs Are Crazy Cool...
East Hampton Public Library
Feb 7, 11:00 a.m.

Registration required, begins Jan 3. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
What's not to love about bubble wrap? Use every kid's favorite poppin' material to make a cutie crocodile that's likely to be a great addition to your reptile craft collection. For ages 4-8; parent participation required.

From Hula Hoops to High Fashion: Remembering G. Fox & Co. in the 1950s
East Hampton Public Library
Feb 10, 1:00 p.m.

Registration required, begins Jan 10. Call 860-267-6621 or Register Online..
Take a trip down memory lane with a foor-by-floor tour of Connecticut’s favorite department store. You will also hear the story of Beatrice Fox Auerbach, the woman who made every shopping experience a joy. Presented by the Connecticut Historical Society Museum & Library.