What’s Happening at Cheshire Library in January

Happy New Year! We’ve got month full of entertainment, education and enrichment to start the year off right!

showposterThe Manners of Downton Abbey

Thursday Jan 7, 2016, 7:00  –  8:00 PM

Part 1 of our 3-part film series for fans of the PBS series Downton Abbey. What goes on behind-the-scenes to get the manners of 1900s Britain exactly right on Downton Abbey? Discover how the aristocratic set dined and dressed, how they married and made money, how they interacted with the servants (and the servants interacted with each other), and above all why they behaved as they did. Illustrated with memorable moments from Downton Abbey, the program is a treat for fans and anyone fascinated with the customs of early 1900s Britain. Please register on our website.

UnknownMusic Together Demo

Friday Jan 8, 2016, 11:00 AM

Music Together an internationally recognized early childhood music program for infants, toddlers, pre-schoolers, kindergartners, and the adults who love them. This research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum strongly encourages adult involvement and emphasizes actual music experiences rather than concepts about music. For ages newborn through 5 years old. Please register on our website.

1558390_623829584368611_5417742494655139725_nCajun Hobos

Sunday Jan 10, 2016, 2:00 PM

Chase away those post-holiday blues with the Cajun Hobos! The Cajun Hobos feature Alan Bradbury and Michelle Kaminsky, who have been playing Cajun music together in a number of bands (including Magnolia) for 25 years, along with Mark Wholley.  Having learned from Louisiana’s finest, they are passionate about sharing their love of Cajun culture, music, and dances in New England. This concert is free and open to the public, no registration required.

finaidCollege Financial Aid Seminar

Tuesday Jan 12, 2016,  6:30  –  8:00 PM

Jennifer Philips, former Assistant Director of Financial Aid at Fairfield University, will explain the various student loans, grants and scholarships available, the critical financial aid forms and deadlines, the various components of a financial aid offer and how to best compare and appeal offers in extenuating circumstances. Seating for this event is limited.  Please register on our website or call 203-272-2245, ext. 4.

Body-Highclere-1Secrets of Highclere Castle

Thursday Jan 14, 2016, 7:00  –  8:00 PM

Part 2of our 3-part film series for fans of the PBS series Downton Abbey. Join us for a documentary on a in-depth look at the history of England’s  Highclere Castle. Go behind the scenes to the real owners and the history of this majestic estate. For centuries it has been the real-life home of the aristocratic Carnarvon family, and has entertained Kings and Queens of England along with a host of nobilities and celebrities. Known as “The Real Downton Abbey”, it is where much of the location scenes are filmed. Please register on our website.

imageSing Me A Fairy Tale

Friday Jan 15, 2016, 11:00 – 11:45 AM
Musical storytelling using music, singing and dancing, rhythm activities, props and rhythm instruments. Songs and movement enable children to creatively explore a variety of themes from familiar stories like Goldilocks, Jack & the Beanstalk and the Three Little Pigs, in new imaginative and exciting ways. Interactive family style program geared toward the developmental stages of children from 2 to 7 years. (Infants and older siblings are also welcome). Please register on our website.

filmhantsloadimagebyurlThe Secret Garden

Thursday Jan 21, 2016, 6:00  –  8:00 PM

Join us for the last installment of a 3 part movie series for fans of Downton Abbey.  Can you not get enough of Highclere Castle, the setting for Downton Abbey?  Join us for the Secret Garden set at Highclere castle in the early 1900’s.  Mary Lennox, a spoiled young British girl orphaned by an Indian epidemic, comes to live at Misselthwaite Manor.  She meets intriguing people and finds a mysterious garden. Please register on our website.

75062f43caaa6f7be5b9f5e3183a70dbMove & Groove with Mr. Gym

Sunday Jan 24, 2016,  2:00 PM

Get physically fit through music and creative movement with “Mr. Gym”, a children’s singer and songwriter from Connecticut. Ages 3-8, No registration required.

Screen-shot-2012-08-06-at-1.39.15-PMMaking Sense of Food Labels

Thursday Jan 28, 2016,  6:00 PM

Are you confused about food labels?  Join us for a informative talk by Nancy Boudreau, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, where she will discuss:
*  The Ingredient List
*  The Nutrition label on the back which lists the number of servings per package, amount of sugar, fat, sodium, etc.
*  The Marketing claims on the front label.  Natural, All Natural, Organic, Non-GMO, Grass Fed – what does it all mean?
*  Tips for making healthy choices.                               Please register on our website.

wpid-women-self-defence-10Self-Defense for Women

Saturday Jan 30, 2016,  2:00  –  3:30 PM

A class for women ages 14 and older taught by Family Martial Arts and Fitness of Cheshire. No experience necessary! What you will learn:
– Real world defense for the average person
– How to use the strength of your body to defeat even the strongest of attackers
– Learn the psychology of the attacker and how to use it against them
– Gain confidence in yourself and your abilities
This will be a hands-on class so wear comfortable clothing. Please register on our website.

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