Curtis Hanson Opening Reception

The Cornwall Library 30 Pine St, Cornwall, CT

Oil paintings of Cornwall and Thailand by Cornwall’s own Curtis Hanson (1947 – 2014) will be on display for show and sale at the Cornwall Library beginning from September 11.  Opening cocktail reception on Saturday, September 11, 5pm until 7pm.

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Birds, Blooms, and Butterflies, Draw Nature in Colored Pencil

The Cornwall Library 30 Pine St, Cornwall, CT

Birds, Blooms, and Butterflies, Draw Nature in Colored Pencil Instructor:  Collette Hurst September 11 and 18 (10 to 11:30 am) and September 25 (9:30 to 11:00am) $75 for three Saturday sessions To Register:  Call the Library 860-672-6874, or email director@cornwalllibrary.org Class will be held in the Community room – Masks required – Maximum of 10 attendees

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Birds, Blooms, and Butterflies, Draw Nature in Colored Pencil

The Cornwall Library 30 Pine St, Cornwall, CT

Birds, Blooms, and Butterflies, Draw Nature in Colored Pencil Instructor:  Collette Hurst September 11 and 18 (10 to 11:30 am) and September 25 (9:30 to 11:00am) $75 for three Saturday sessions To Register:  Call the Library 860-672-6874, or email director@cornwalllibrary.org Class will be held in the Community room – Masks required – Maximum of 10 attendees

Education Day at the Library

The Cornwall Library 30 Pine St, Cornwall, CT

Please join us for coffee, juice and bagels on Saturday, September 25 at 11am for a tour of the Cornwall Library and a review of what we have to offer.  You will learn about the organization of our books, recorded books, and DVD’s, downloadable books, services, and policies and procedures. 

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Reading Middlemarch with Mark Scarbrough – Zoom

Virtual

MIDDLEMARCH: It’s one of the finest novels ever written. So let’s take a long, luxurious stroll through George Eliot’s masterpiece to discover its successes and (yes) its failures. It’s big enough to encompass some massive fault lines. And it’s ambitious enough to hold them together. (Almost.) How does an atheist write about a Christian heroine? [Read More...]

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Reading Middlemarch with Mark Scarbrough – Zoom

Virtual

MIDDLEMARCH: It’s one of the finest novels ever written. So let’s take a long, luxurious stroll through George Eliot’s masterpiece to discover its successes and (yes) its failures. It’s big enough to encompass some massive fault lines. And it’s ambitious enough to hold them together. (Almost.) How does an atheist write about a Christian heroine? [Read More...]

Mark Scarbrough Book Launch – Live & Zoom

The Cornwall Library 30 Pine St, Cornwall, CT

Mark Scarbrough’s new book, a memoir, Bookmarked, will be launched via a combined live/zoom event on October 9 at 6pm. Mark will read from his book in the community room (masks required). His reading and remarks will be available via Zoom for both his local and out-of-town fans. A reception will be held in the [Read More...]

Torrington Revealed with the Torrington Historical Society – Zoom

Virtual

Mark McEachern, Executive Director of the Torrington Historical Society, will present a powerpoint presentation about the history of Torrington on October 10th at 4pm. The origins of the towns of Cornwall and Torrington will be compared and contrasted prior to delving into Torrington‘s development as a small city. The program will focus on the rise [Read More...]

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Reading Middlemarch with Mark Scarbrough – Zoom

Virtual

MIDDLEMARCH: It’s one of the finest novels ever written. So let’s take a long, luxurious stroll through George Eliot’s masterpiece to discover its successes and (yes) its failures. It’s big enough to encompass some massive fault lines. And it’s ambitious enough to hold them together. (Almost.) How does an atheist write about a Christian heroine? [Read More...]

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