April 3, 2015
April 4, 2015
10 Washington Street
April 8, 2015
1 Belden Ave
2013-11-30T10:00 AMNovember 30, 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
@ Full Auditorium
It's becoming a Thanksgiving tradition at the Library!
Join us once again Sautrday following Thanksgiving to drum along with Henry Jones.
This is an interactive program meant for children of all ages-bring the whole family
No registration necessary.
For more information please call NPL Children's Dept. 203-899-2780 Ext. 15131
2013-11-30T10:30 AMNovember 30, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
@ Chess Room
A program for children to learn about and to play chess
2013-11-30T9:00 AMNovember 30, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
@ Teen Room
Access Health CT In Person Assister
to help you navigate the new CT health insurance market place
(appointment is necessary)
To book an appointment , please call 203 899 2780 x 15109
2013-11-30T2:00 PMNovember 30, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
@ 3/4 Auditorium
"Elizabeth Wilms was born an ethnic German (Danube Swabian) in the former Yugoslavia prior to World War II (1938). At age 4, her father was drafted into the German Army. The family was separated for close to eight years. When Elizabeth was 6, her mother was shipped to Russia as a slave laborer. Her maternal grandmother took care of Elizabeth and her younger brother but was also taken away to work in the collective fields owned by the state of Yugoslavia. They were expelled from their home in the spring of 1945 and placed into three different liguidation camps in Yugoslavia, where hunger, sickness, death and terror ruled. Care packages from relatives in Chicago were their life saviors. In her book, Blessed as a Survivor: Memories of a Childhood in War and Peace, Elizabeth Wilms shares her story, her escape from Yugoslavia and her families immigration to the United States in 1955."
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