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Paul Brown Tribute Band
Saturday, May 7th at 2pm
- Norman Gage, Baritone sax
- Kenny Reed, Trumpet
- Norman Johnson, Guitar
- Alex Nakhimovsky, Piano
- James Daggs, Bass
- Michael Scott, Drums
3D Printing in May
- May 3rd
- May 10th
- May 17th
Open lab time for 3D printing and more
3D Printing in Medicine and Dentistry
Lecture by Dr. J. Robert Kelly, UConn Health Center
May 17th, 7pm
Learn about how 3D printing technology is applied in medicine
Norway and the Holocaust
Author Talk and Book Signing
Thursday, May 26th, 7pm
Author Irene Levin Berman will talk about her latest book, Norway Wasn’t Too Small: A Fact-Based Novel about Darkness and Survival.
Born just before the Nazi invasion of Norway in 1940, Irene Berman was one of 1,200 Norwegian Jews who avoided annihilation by escaping to neutral Sweden.
The Nightingale by Kristen Hannah
Professor Aimee Pozorski, CCSU, will lead a discussion and share literary insights of this best-selling fiction book set in France during World War II.
June 1, 2016
Check out an iPad or a Nook at the library
NEW! iPads are now available to check out for 1 week.
Includes a charger and carrying case.
Nooks are available for 3 weeks with more popular titles just added,
including The Nightingale, All the Light We Cannot See, and
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up
Try out a new device today!
Get book recommendations and reviews
Did you check out something amazing?
Return it to the Awesome Box at the Circulation Desk to recommend it!