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At the Case Memorial Library: 11/18/16

Programs at the Case Memorial Library are free (except as noted for materials charges) and open to the public.  Registration is required where noted.  Library hours are as follows:  Monday and Thursday 10-8; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 10-5; Saturday 10-4.  The Library will be closed on Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25 in observance of Thanksgiving.

Weekly Storytimes

3-5 Year Olds Storytime

Mondays, 4:30-5:30 p.m.

Enjoy storytelling, books, music, fingerplays, and puppetry at this story time series especially for three to five-year-olds!  A story-related craft is offered following each session.  No storytime on December 26.

Lapsit Storytime

Tuesdays, 10:30-11 a.m.

Little ones from birth up to age two and their caregivers are invited to this high-energy story time with Ms. Michelle!  We’ll practice nursery rhymes, sing and move together, plus explore touch-and-feel books.

2-Year-Old Storytime

Thursdays, 10:30-11 a.m.

Audience participation is highly encouraged at this storytime session just for twos.  Enjoy books, stories, music and movement, fingerplays, and puppetry together.  No storytime on November 24.

Events for Children

Diary of a Wimpy Kid “Double Down” Release Party

Thursday, November 17, 3:15-4:30 p.m. – For children in grades 3-6.

Zoo-wee-mama!  We’re hosting a Diary of a Wimpy Kid party and you’re invited (but only if you don’t have the cheese touch).  Meet other Wimpy Kids, play some hilarious games, and grab an awesome goody bag to take home!  All materials will be provided.  Registration is required and begins on October 26.

The Prince and the Pauper presented by the Hampstead Stage Company

Monday, December 19, 4:30 p.m. – For children ages 5 and up.

An unexpected and thrilling adventure unfolds when two boys – one a poor beggar, the other a prince –trade places in order to see how the other lives.  Prince Edward Tudor lives a life of luxury with servants to grant his every wish while Tom Canty spends his days begging on the streets of London.  A simple switch of clothing sets them on a path they’d never dreamt possible!  Registration is required and begins on November 28.

Drum Making for Children

Tuesday, December 27, 2 p.m. – For children ages 5 and up.

Jam out with us this winter!  We’ll rock out with our homemade drums after we make them out of cans, tape, and balloons.  This program is an excellent introduction for those interested in exploring rhythm and music.  Registration is required and begins on December 6.  Space is limited.


Book Chat Café

Tuesday, November 29, 2:15 p.m.

For Amity Middle School students who love to read and share their opinions over refreshments.  Please see Ms. Leibrock for more information.

STEM Craft: LED Light-Up Boxes

Thursday, December 29, 3-4 p.m. – For students in grades 6-12.

Come learn about simple circuitry and design your own working light-up box using copper tape, batteries, LED lights, and an alligator clip.  Registration is required and begins on December 8.  Space is limited.


Cookies and Coloring for Adults

Tuesday, November 15, 2 p.m.

Think of the fun you had and the hours you spent with your coloring books and crayons in your childhood.  Let’s return to those happy days and in the process reduce your stress, make new friends, and nibble some cookies.  All supplies will be provided.  Presented by the Friends of the Library.  Registration is required and begins October 25.


2016 Oscar Shorts: Live Action & Animated

Monday, December 5, 7 p.m. & Wednesday, December 7, 1 p.m.

Join us for a screening of the 2016 Oscar-nominated shorts – both live action and animated – including Ave Maria, Shok, Alles Wird Gut, Stutterer, Day One, Bear Story, Prologue, World of Tomorrow, and Sanjay’s Super Team.  2 hours 28 minutes.  Registration is required and begins on November 14.

Film Buffs: Where to Invade Next

Thursday, January 12, 7 p.m.

To learn what the USA can learn from other nations, Michael Moore playfully “invades” them to see what they have to offer.  R.  2 hours.  Registration is required and begins on December 22.


Wellness Book Group

Wednesday, November 30, 11:30 a.m.

Join Adult Services Librarian Marianne Pysarchyk for a discussion of 10% Happier:  How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works—A True Story by Dan Harris.  Check for copies at the Circulation Desk.  This program is held at the Senior Center and is free and open to participants of all ages.  Please call the Senior Center at 203-891-4784 to register.

The Bookcase: Evening Discussion Group

Thursday, December 8, 7 p.m.

Join Bookcase discussion leader Toby Zabinski for a discussion of The Hours Count by Jillian Cantor.  Check for copies at the Circulation Desk.  Registration is required and begins on November 17.

Books & Breakfast: Morning Discussion Group

Tuesday, January 17, 10 a.m.

Join Books & Breakfast discussion leader Carol Davidson a discussion of A Man Called Ove by Frederik Backman.  Check for copies at the Circulation Desk.  Registration is required and begins on December 27.


November:  Watercolors by students of Audrey Galer.  On view November 2-29.

December:  Monotypes, oils, and woolen dolls by Joan Jacobsen Zamore, Violet Nastri, and Chyeon Lee.  On view December 2-29.  Reception: December 8, 5-7 p.m.

Museum Pass to Long Wharf Theatre

The Library is pleased to announce we offer a new museum pass for the Long Wharf Theatre which is generously sponsored by the Friends of the Library.  The pass allows patrons to call Long Wharf Theatre and reserve two free adult tickets for the Long Wharf performance of their choice.  Reserving a pass is simple:  Call or stop in the Library up to one week in advance of the performance you would like to attend to inquire about its availability.  If the pass is available, you will have two days to come to the Library to check it out with your valid library card.  Once you have the pass from the Library, call Long Wharf Theatre to reserve your seats.  The day of the performance, bring the library pass to the box office to exchange it for your tickets.

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