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Connecticut architecture

Tuesday, Feb. 7, 6:30 pm. A short introduction about what architecture is and ways of looking at it, followed by a selection of interesting examples from around Connecticut. Presented by Christopher Wigren, Deputy Director of Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation.

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Literary Connecticut

Saturday, Jan. 28, 1 pm. Authors Eric Lehman and Amy Nawrocki will discuss their recently published book Literary Connecticut: The Hartford Wits, Mark Twain and the New Millennium. Explore Connecticut’s literary landscape as they introduce you to some of the greatest writers who found a home in the Constitution State.
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Introducing hoopla!

We are proud to introduce hoopla digital to our library! With hoopla, Berlin-Peck Library patrons have immediate access to movies, full music albums, eBooks, eAudiobooks, TV episodes, comics & graphic novels. BEST OF ALL? There is NO WAITING for titles. Get started by visiting hoopladigital.com to sign up with your Berlin-Peck Library card.

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Introducing brainHQ

Make brain health a priority. Try out exercises organized around the 6 core cognitive areas: attention, brain speed, memory, people skills, intelligence, and navigation.
Visit brainHQ to sign up with your library card!

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Library Funding

Take action for libraries. Act now to email or call your Senators and ask them to co-sponsor S.3391, the Museum and Library Services Act, as soon as they get back to Washington.

SEN. CHRISTOPHER MURPHY (D-CT)
202-224-4041

SEN. RICHARD BLUMENTHAL (D-CT)
202-224-2823

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Berlin High School Yearbook Collection

Attention genealogists, class reunion planners, and researchers: our Berlin High School yearbook collection is now online! We currently have years 1936 to 2010 available. Flip through the pages online, or download the original images, PDF, ePub, and even full text.

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