Thursday, June 01, 2017

Russell Library - Summer Learning, Oscars and Saints at Russell Library

Jazz Up Close

Tonight!
Thursday, June 1
7pm
Hubbard Room






Violinist and composer Meg Okura leads a dynamic quintet also featuring the innovative soprano saxophonist Sam Newsome, along with bassist Henry Lugo, drummer Paul Wells, and pianist/series curator Noah Baerman. 

Summer Reading . . . for adults!

Why should kids have all the fun?

Racial Justice Book Group

Tuesday, June 6
6pm
Meeting Room 2







And The Oscar Goes To . . . Film Series

Every Wednesday 
2pm and 6pm
Hubbard Room




Two showings every Wednesday throughout the summer.

And The Oscar Goes To. . . Film Series

Reader's Theater

Thursday, June 15
7pm
Hubbard Room




100 Saints You Should Know - a play by Kate Fodor





All programs are free and open to all.

Thank you to The Friends for their continued support!

Ongoing Programs
Every Thursday - 10am - 12:30pm 

Career Programs:
Tuesday, June 6 at 6pm
Tuesday, June 13 at 6pm

Every Thursday at 6:30pm

Tuesday, June 13 at 6:30pm

Saturday, June 24 at 11am

Tuesday, June 27 at 6:30pm


CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS


Summer Learning!

Summer Reading Fun @ the Library!

June 19 - August 25
Learn, Play, Win!


Story Times for Young Children

                                                    Children's Calendar



                                        
123 Broad Street
Middletown, Connecticut 06457
  
Monday and Friday           10am - 6pm

Tuesday and Thursday      10am - 8pm

Wednesday                             1 - 8pm

Saturday (year round)       10am - 2pm

Sunday                                 closed


Russell Library has great databases, e-books and 
digital magazines that you can access anywhere, anytime!

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Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Middletown, CT 06457

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