Highlights of Crozet Library Stuff – April/May 2017

I point out the Crozet Library to every single one of my clients, if they’ve not already identified it. We have such a remarkable resource there!

A sampling of events at Crozet Library … via email.

Fake News Information Session
Monday, April 17 at 6:30pm
Make up your own mind about issues that you see in the news. Learn to make informed decisions about the media you consume and identify fake news using recommended resources.  No registration required. All ages.

A Night at the Movies

Mondays at 6:30pm

Join the Crozet Library for a night at the movies with theater-style popcorn and drinks. Ages 18+

April 24: Amelie (2001)  — APPETIZERS BY L’ETOILE!

May 22: The Girl on the Train (2016)

Monday Night Book Group

Mondays at 7pm

Join this informal group for relaxed and stimulating book discussions.

Newcomers always welcome.

May 1: Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

June 5: American Pastoral by Philip Roth

Read Aloud Circle

First Wednesdays at 7pm

May 3

Join in the warmth and camaraderie of sharing good stories and poems aloud. Bring along old favorites or new discoveries for the group to pass around and read: short fiction, nonfiction, poems, and excerpts. Come to any one or more sessions. Ages 18+.

Live Poets, Too

Monthly on Mondays at 7pm

May 8

Bring several poems to share, either of your own authorship or another’s, then sit back and enjoy listening to the language of the poet. Ages 18+.

Free Hearing Screenings by Hearing Health Associates

Monday, May 15 at 4-6pm

Hearing loss is the third most common physical condition in America after arthritis and heart disease, yet many Americans still go undiagnosed. Stop into the library for a 10-15 minute free hearing screening and learn how to prevent further hearing loss. Hearing screenings provided by Hearing Health Associates. Register for a 15-minute block starting May 1.

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