CANCELLED Sundays at Three 2019 Music Series, sponsored by the Friends of the Avon Public Library

DUE TO THE WEATHER THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED FOR TODAY WE HOPE TO ANNOUNCE A RESCHEDULED DATE SOON

Please join the Friends of the Avon Public Library for its 2019 Winter Music Series:

Maurizio Casa: Tenor, and friends

Free tickets at the door starting at 2:15 pm; Doors open at 2:30 pm
Concerts are from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Final performance of the series:

3/24/19: Ringrose and Freeman Duo: Celtic music

Sundays at Three 2019 Music Series, sponsored by the Friends of the Avon Public Library

Please join the Friends of the Avon Public Library for its 2019 Winter Music Series:

Wenting Shi: Winner, 2018 “Connecticut Young Artist’s Piano Competition Winner”

Free tickets at the door starting at 2:15 pm; Doors open at 2:30 pm
Concerts are from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Upcoming Performances:

3/3/19:   The Hot Cat Jazz Band

3/10/19:  Maurizio Casa: Tenor, and friends

3/24/19: Ringrose and Freeman Duo: Celtic music

Sundays at Three 2019 Music Series, sponsored by the Friends of the Avon Public Library

Please join the Friends of the Avon Public Library for its 2019 Winter Music Series:

The John Brighenti Group: Nat King Cole program

Free tickets at the door starting at 2:15 pm; Doors open at 2:30 pm
Concerts are from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Upcoming Performances:

2/10/19:  Wenting Shi: Winner, 2018 “Connecticut Young Artist’s Piano Competition Winner”

3/3/19:   The Hot Cat Jazz Band

3/10/19:  Maurizio Casa: Tenor, and friends

3/24/19: Ringrose and Freeman Duo: Celtic music

CUBA: more than rum and revolution!

Cuba is a country that has been a mystery to many people in the United States. For decades, US tourism to Cuba has been illegal, and the importation of Cuban coffee, rum and other goodies has been banned. Why is that and should we care? Dr. Cynthia Pope, CCSU Geography Department,  has been researching and traveling in Cuba for over 20 years and will argue that we should definitely care!  Cuba has been tied to the US because of its location, and the two countries’ histories have been intertwined for centuries. Through photos and personal stories we will look at why Cuba is a worthy destination for travel.    This program was initially planned for summer 2018; this is its rescheduled date.

 

Sunday Computer Classes!

Taught by Sue Werner, Avon resident, Mac Consultant  Classes start at 2:00 pm; no registration required.

PLEASE bring your own device to class. The library has iPads that you may  check out for the class and then use at home.  Classes will run 90 minutes.  Sponsored by the Friends!

Sunday, 12/2/18, Troubleshooting the iPhone iOS

Learn to assess, diagnose, and do simple fixes on the iOS when it doesn’t seem to be behaving well. We’ll cover the most common iOS problems and how to address them. (This will not cover physical issues like cracked screens.) Bring your iPhone or iPad and your Apple ID. Please bring your iPhone and iCloud account information (your Apple ID).

Sunday, 12/9/18, Traveling with Your iPhone

It’s travel season!  Learn how to maximize your memory making options with your iPhone. We’ll talk about backup and taking your device out of the country. Learn about the library’s AtoZ Travel and Mango apps.  Plus, we’ll look at the apps most used for travel: Photos, Calendar, GPS maps apps, and more. Please bring your iOS device and Apple ID.

 

Sunday Brunch: The Perfect Omelet with John Finn

Join us for Sunday Brunch!

John E. Finn, author of The Perfect Omelet: Essential Recipes for the Home Cook, will be here to demonstrate the art of omelet making and will share samples with the audience. Coffee, juice, and other treats will also be served. Free of charge. No need to register.

Mr. Finn is an author, educator, and professionally trained chef. He is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute and lectures frequently on food and popular culture in the US, France, and Italy.

 

Sunday Computer Classes!

Taught by Sue Werner, Avon resident, Mac Consultant  Classes start at 2:00 pm; no registration required.

PLEASE bring your own device to class. The library has iPads that you may  check out for the class and then use at home.  Classes will run 90 minutes.  Sponsored by the Friends!

Sunday, 12/2/18, Troubleshooting the iPhone iOS

Learn to assess, diagnose, and do simple fixes on the iOS when it doesn’t seem to be behaving well. We’ll cover the most common iOS problems and how to address them. (This will not cover physical issues like cracked screens.) Bring your iPhone or iPad and your Apple ID. Please bring your iPhone and iCloud account information (your Apple ID).

Sunday, 12/9/18, Traveling with Your iPhone

It’s travel season!  Learn how to maximize your memory making options with your iPhone. We’ll talk about backup and taking your device out of the country. Learn about the library’s AtoZ Travel and Mango apps.  Plus, we’ll look at the apps most used for travel: Photos, Calendar, GPS maps apps, and more. Please bring your iOS device and Apple ID.