Friday, November 17, 2017

Russell Library - Readers Theater, Hip Hop, Jazz


All library programs are free and open to all.

Thank you to The Friends for their continued support!

Monday, November 27 
Ages of the Moon 
- a play by Sam Shepard

Live drama; directed by Anne Cassady and Richard Kamins.

Hip Hop Culture Slam

Wednesday, November 29
5 - 7pm
Activity Room
MC: Tang Sauce, with Bryan Giles, 
Of Shadow and Earth, and 

Jazz Up Close!

Saturday, December 2

- with Robby Ameen

Drummer and composer Robby Ameen leads a quartet with bassist Henry Lugo,
pianist and series curator Noah Baerman, and special guest, vibraphonist 
Jay Hoggard.

Children's Programs

Baby Rhyme Time, Wonderful Ones, Twos Are Terrific and Preschool Power! 

Upcoming Programs

                        with Jeff Hush

December 6William Mann, author:
                      The War of the Roosevelts

December 9 - The Avery Ensemble
                      Classical concert: Faure, Janacek and Regere

So Bea It
at Oddfellows Playhouse

Two performances only:
Saturday & Sunday
November 18 - 19

Join us in supporting our cultural partners at Oddfellows at this weekend's fundraising event: an original comedy by Carolyn Kirsch.

Tickets for the Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon performances are $25. 

Open on Sundays!

The library is open 
on Sunday afternoons from 1 - 4pm
October through March, except for holidays.

Monday and Friday           10am - 6pm

Tuesday and Thursday      10am - 8pm

Wednesday                             1 - 8pm

Saturday (year round)       10am - 2pm

Sunday                                   1 - 4pm

Holiday closing:          Thursday, November 23
Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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

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