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New Britain Symphony Orchestra: Jazz Quartet

Wednesday, April 5, 6:30 pm. Come take your seat and immerse yourself in the culture of cool and soothing music. Free concert.

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The Refugee Experience

Wednesday, March 22, 6:30 pm. What is it like to be a refugee? What do refugees go through in order to enter the U.S., and what is it like for them once they arrive in a new country? Join Solange Rossignol and Hope Lennartz of Refugee Advocacy Services as they speak about their experiences in meeting new refugee families.

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Monologue Writing Workshop

Come explore your inner playwright! Participants write monologues inspired by their real- life experiences, then learn about performance technique to make their words on the page fit for the stage.

Click to register: March 21, March 28, and April 4.

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It’s Not In Your Head, It’s In Your Gut!

Monday, March 13, 6:30 pm. From headaches to rashes to autoimmune disease to anxiety and depression, your gut plays a pivotal role in your health. In this presentation, Dr. Cait Barbiero will show you the important steps, foods, and supplements needed to heal your gut and feel good again!

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Celebrating 300 Years of Connecticut’s Remarkable Women

Tuesday, March 7, 6:30 pm. Join us for an interactive multi-media program by the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame and learn about some of our state’s most remarkable women!

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Random Acts of Kindess Week

You’re invited to join in our celebration of kindness. Put a leaf on our Kindness Tree to help spread kindness in the world — and participate in our Food for Fines program!

Monday, February 13th, create a homemade Valentine’s card or a thank you note, or send your card to a children’s hospital, a local senior citizen, or a U.S. serviceperson.

Thursday, February 16 at 6:30pm, join our Kindness Book Club discussion on Wonder by R.J. Palacio.

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This Business of Fighting: A Human Face on World War II

Saturday, Feb. 25, 1 pm. A live performance story, based on Tony Pritchard’s letters to his parents during WWII. Tony’s letters don’t tell you much about the “big picture;” you won’t learn about why the Presidents and Prime Ministers and Generals made the decisions they did. You will hear a young man wonder how he will respond to his first combat.

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Value Line Online

We’re proud to announce the debut of Value Line online, an investment research database. With 85 years of proven and trusted financial knowledge, Value Line covers over 3,500 stocks and provides online tools and educational resources as well. Use Value Line at the library, or sign in at home using your library card!

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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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Testimonials

I love Berlin-Peck. I always find books to take home!

Former Berlin resident (who still visits!)

I like the Readbox. Great idea!

Berlin Patron

There are often enough items from which to choose, adult programs both my husband and I enjoy, and a friendly staff.

Anonymous

You have a very warm and welcoming library.

Patron

I come here all the time. It’s such a nice library. I get so much more done here than I would working at home.

Patron

The Mark Twain program last night was outstanding!

Phone caller

I just wanted to let you know that I think your adult lecture series have been so informative!  I loved the one from the “dog whisperer” last year and then the one I just attended about Dementia. I’ve learned so much useful information that I’ve passed onto my friends and family! Thanks again, and keep up the great work!

Berlin Resident

Thank you very much for offering this [Zentangle] class to us. I had a lot of fun. You learn something new every day.

Anonymous via email

Thank you for a SUPER day of fun! Our town library rules!!!

@coachlax via Twitter

Great library. Lots of services available.

Chris

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