This week at the Hunt: August 30th to September 6th

Tuesday September 2nd- 10:30 am Story time for kids ages 0-3. Join Rita for stories, crafts and a snack.
Wednesday September 3rd- 6:00-8:00 Twice monthly knitting group
Thursday September 4th- 10:30 am Story hour for kids ages 3-5. Join Rita for stories, crafts and a snack.
Friday September 5th- No yoga this week.
Saturday September 6th- 10:00 am- 1:00 pm Upstairs/Downstairs Monthly Book Sale. New, used, and rare books, new inventory every month!

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Upcoming Events

Join assistant director Meg Sher for yoga in the beautiful main room of the library. This class is perfect for beginners or people looking for a more gentle practice. Meg incorporates relaxation, breathing techniques and asanas for an hour long practice that will leave you feeling calm and rejuvenated. Give yourself the gift of yoga!
Fridays at 10 am. No class September 5th. Beginner/gentle yoga class. $12 per session.

Starting Wednesday September 3rd!
yarn balls Coming in September! Knitting at the Hunt!
Every 1st and 3rd Wednesdays From 6:00-8:00pm
Join local knitters for a twice monthly knitting group.

booksale Upstairs Downstairs Monthly Book Sale!
Saturday September 6th from 10am to 1pm
Lots of new inventory! New, used, rare and much more!

Passport to Connecticut Libraries
September 2nd to 30th, 2014
Libraries all over Connecticut (including the Hunt!) are participating in this exciting program to make people of all ages aware of the power of their library card. Get your passport at any participating library and take it to at least five libraries around the state to be eligible to win a $100 to $150 gift card!

Parker 14 ecard

mtg_night_20140919 An Evening of Magic the Gathering
Friday, September 19th from 6:00-10:00 pm
Ages 8 and up. $5 entry fee

thejusticeimperative Saturday September 20th at Noon
A dedicated group of professionals from the fields of law, academia, business, religion and corrections took a unique approach to the problem of mass incarceration in Connecticut and the United States. They wrote a book- together, and they want to share their findings with you. Hear from one of the authors how the process took place, what concerns you should have as a citizen and tax payer: where is your money going? what is it being used for? are communities safer? are we being smart on crime or simply paying lip service to being “tough” on crime? Take this opportunity to engage in a conversation about one of the most civil rights issues of our time.


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Save the Date for Auction in the Village 2014!


You can buy your auction tickets online!

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