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Thursday, January 9, 2014

Derby Neck Library slates activities

Events for writers, techies, teens planned 
DERBY - At 6 p.m. Tuesday(Jan. 14) Writer's Round at Derby Neck Library, 307 Hawthorne Ave. is hosting a write in.
All writers of any genre—scripts, fiction, essays, non-fiction, poetry, etc.  are asked to bring their on-going projects and share a writing space and writing time in the library.

Free wi-fi with full print capability is available.  Join the group and meet other authors.


Tech Talks
At 10:30 a.m. Wednesday(Jan. 15) the Library will host Tech Talks, a free program that covers new features in the world of technology.  Registration needed.

Friends to meet
At 6:30 p.m. Wednesday(Jan. 15) the Friends of  Derby Neck Library will meet to discuss their plans for 2014.
All ages are welcomed.
This is a good opportunity for students seeking community service projects.
Writers' Round
At 6:30 p.m. Jan. 16 the Derby Neck Library will host Writers’ Round, a group for writers of all genres—essays, fiction, poetry, scripts, and the like.  Come share your experiences as a writer and your approach to the process. Bring your original works to share and critique. 

Women's Forum
At 12:30 p.m. Jan. 20 the Derby Neck Library presents Women’s Forum, a discussion group that focuses on the arts, literature, history and current events of note for women.
This month selections from Sherwood Anderson's  Winesburg, Ohio, "Paper Pills”  and “Respectability” will be discussed.
Copies of these two short stories are available at the library. Bring a light lunch; free coffee and tea available. 
Movie night
At 5:30 p.m. Jan. 21 the library will hold a Teen Movie Night. All tweens and teens are invited to enjoy Insidious: Chapter 2 on blu-ray.
A pizza dinner and movie snacks will be provided for free. Registration needed.


For information and registration call 203-734-1492.

This is a press release from Derby Neck Library.


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