C.H. Booth Library Upcoming FREE Zoom Programs

Spymistresses - The Story of Allied Women Spies of WWII:  January 25 at 7:00 pm via Zoom. John Cilio tells stories about the Spies belonging to a special group of people with flexible identities, elastic morals, and situational ethics. They covertly serve their governments, some, multiple governments. Uncover more about a few of the special women that served the Allies. This Program is Thanks to Generous Funding from The Friends of C.H. Booth Library.

Valentine’s Bake-Along with Tina Zaccardi:  Wednesday, February 2 at 7:00 pm via Zoom. For Valentine's Day program we will make Chocolate Raspberry Individual Ice Box Cakes for 2. Tina will show us how to make and bake the chocolate cookies, the raspberry whipped cream, and how to assemble the dessert.  She will talk about other flavors that can be used as well. This recipe makes 2 servings, one for you and one for that special someone. Recipe instructions & ingredients will be provided when you register for this program. This Program is Thanks to Generous Funding from The Friends of C.H. Booth Library. 

More Than a Conversation about Race:  Monday, February 7 at 6:00 pm via Zoom. 'Community Conversations' a Joint Newtown Public School District & C. H. Booth Library event. This panel discussion is an opportunity for community leaders to respond to questions and take inquiries from attendees.  Join us to talk about your aspirations for Newtown and discuss challenges that concern you. Panel members (partial list): Wesley Johnson II, Coordinator of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee; Dan Rosenthal, First Selectman of Newtown; John Voket, editor of the Newtown Bee and Dana Flynn, C. H. Booth Library Board of Trustees member. NOTE: We will send reminders as we approach the event, but the Zoom url will be emailed to registrants on February 7th.

Stagecoaches, Railroads & Aviation: Tuesday, February 8 at 7:00 pm via Zoom. John Cilio will tell us stories about American people always on the move. Early mass transit was the stagecoach that lost passengers to the railroads which in turn succumbed to commercial airlines. What's next?  This program is thanks to generous funding from The Friends of C. H. Booth Library.


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