This week at the Hunt: April 18th to April 25th

Saturday, April 18th – Story Hour with Rita – 10:30am
Tuesday, April 21st – Story Hour with Rita – 10:30am
Thursday, April 23rd – Story Hour with Rita – 10:30am
Saturday, April 25th – Book Talk with Peter Vermilyea – 4pm

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Upcoming Events


Saturday, April 18th

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Join Rita as she hosts a special Saturday story hour for the kids of DM Hunt! Story hour begins at 10:30am and typically concludes around 11:45am after a snack and fun activity. Children ages 0-5 are encouraged to attend this session.


Tuesday, April 21st

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Join Rita as she hosts a story hour for the kids of DM Hunt! Story hour begins at 10:30am and typically concludes around 11:45am after a snack and fun activity. Children ages 0-3 are encouraged to attend this session.


Thursday, April 23rd

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Join Rita as she hosts a story hour for the kids of DM Hunt! Story hour begins at 10:30am and typically concludes around 11:45am after a snack and fun activity. Children ages 3-5 are encouraged to attend this session.


Saturday, April 25th

Hidden History
BOOK TALK
Hidden History of Litchfield County
by Peter Vermilyea
Saturday, April 25
4:00 pm

Author and Litchfield resident Peter Vermilyea discusses his new book Hidden History of Litchfield County. Join Mr. Vermilyea on a thematic journey through the little known history of Litchfield County, exploring the country’s events and cultural landscape, from its Native American roots to its 20th century industries. Registration is required, please drop by or call 860-824-7424. Books will be available for purchase.


Tuesday, April 28th

Rita will be at a library conference so there will be no formal story hour, but all our youngest patrons are still welcome to stop by and enjoy the library!


Thursday, April 30th

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Join Rita as she hosts a story hour for the kids of DM Hunt! Story hour begins at 10:30am and typically concludes around 11:45am after a snack and fun activity. Children ages 3-5 are encouraged to attend this session.


Friday, May 1st

MaypoleThe David M. Hunt Library will have a May Day celebration on Thursday, May 1, 2015 at 3:15 PM. This fun-for-all-ages event will feature folk music, traditional customs, and dancing around the Maypole led by musician Tom Hanford. The event is free and open to all.


Saturday, May 2nd

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From 10am-1pm, shop for new and used books at our Upstairs Downstairs Book Sale hosted by the Friends of the Hunt Library. Coffee and baked treats will be available for purchase as a fundraiser for the Lee H. Kellogg 8th grade class trip.


Tuesday, May 5th

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Join Rita as she hosts a story hour for the kids of DM Hunt! Story hour begins at 10:30am and typically concludes around 11:45am after a snack and fun activity. Children ages 0-3 are encouraged to attend this session.


Thursday, May 7th

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Join Rita as she hosts a story hour for the kids of DM Hunt! Story hour begins at 10:30am and typically concludes around 11:45am after a snack and fun activity. Children ages 3-5 are encouraged to attend this session.


Tuesday, May 12th

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Join Rita as she hosts a story hour for the kids of DM Hunt! Story hour begins at 10:30am and typically concludes around 11:45am after a snack and fun activity. Children ages 0-3 are encouraged to attend this session.


Thursday, May 14th

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Join Rita as she hosts a story hour for the kids of DM Hunt! Story hour begins at 10:30am and typically concludes around 11:45am after a snack and fun activity. Children ages 3-5 are encouraged to attend this session.


Friday, May 15th

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Judith Wyer’s exhibit, Painting People, will be on display at the David M. Hunt Library in Falls Village from May 15 through June 20. The subjects of these oil and watercolor portraits are African children from Ghana and Tanzania. A reception for the artist with refreshments will be held on Friday, May 15, from 6pm to 8pm. This event is free and open to the public.

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