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Rowayton… information on Senior Safety Issues…

Thursday, April 18 @ 11:30am – Senior Safety Issues Seminar There are many questions surrounding the issues facing aging seniors.  Family & Children’s Agency is here to speak to you about them. – a seminar for Senior Citizens, Caregivers or children of the senior or disabled person who is in need of assistance.  Family & […] [Read More]

Rowayton hosts Great Decisions…

Wednesday, April 17 @ 7pm – Great Decisions – China in Africa Great Decisions Discussion Group – Topic:  China in Africa – What interests govern China’s engagement in Africa? Should China’s growing emphasis on political ties and natural resource extraction inform U.S. relations with African nations?  Wednesday evening, April 17 @ 7pm at the Rowayton […] [Read More]

ScrabbleTime @ the Rowayton Library

Saturday, April 13 @ 1-4pm – Scrabble Time ScrabbleTime is for everyone (the original Connecticut board game) at the Rowayton Library.  Join your neighbors for a good game of Scrabble on Ssaturday, April 13 from 1-4pm.  There will be 6 tables set up.  All materials will be provided.  Players of all ages are welcome. [Read More]

Two “Mommy & Me Yoga Classes” in Rowyaton – one for infants to pre-crawling and one for Tots crawling to 3 years old… Saturday, April 13

Join us at the Rowayton Library for a morning experience of Yoga.  The program on Saturday, April 13 @ 10:30am is for moms and their infants 6 weeks to pre-crawling.  Mom and baby will practice yoga together!  Moms will restore and rejuvenate through stretching and strengthening poses. Babies will enjoy yoga poses to aid in […] [Read More]

AuthorTalk with Becky Aikman @ the Rowayton Library – Friday, April 12 @ 7pm

When Becky Aikman had to remake her life, she gathered five other young widows like herself and took a forthright approach to finding happiness again. Armed with up-to-date research, they rejected the now discredited five stages of grief and substituted laughter, adventure, friendship and a healthy interest in, yes, love.  An unsentimental, witty, and totally […] [Read More]

Social Networking: Your Kids are on it… You should Be Too, Rowayton

Social Networking: Your Kids are On it – You Should Be Too Today’s kids have access to so many ways to communicate that it can be boggling. Join Tom Duffy, Chair of the Computer Science Department at Norwalk Community College, for a lunchtime workshop to help de-mystify social networking. Tom will discuss the predominant tools […] [Read More]

Pets of Rowayton READ Poster Program… they’re IN

Pets of Rowayton READ posters are IN at the Rowayton Library.  If you submitted your pet’s picture last month to this READ poster program, your poster is ready to be picked up at the Rowayton Library. If you wish to view all of the posters, visit courtesy of the Rowayton Library or play the […] [Read More]

Great Decisions – Intervention… Great Talk @ the Rowayton Library

The next meeting of the Foreign Policy Association’s Great Decisions Group is Wednesday, March 20 @ 7pm @ the Rowayton Library. Topic:  Intervention:  The “responsibility to protect” doctrine has become central to modern humanitarian intervention. When should the international community intervene? Why did the West rush to intervene in Libya but not Syria? The Rowayton […] [Read More]

Rowayton Library’s Eighth Annual Haiku Contest Begins…

The Eighth Annual Haiku Contest at the Rowayton Library is running now through April 15th to help Celebrate “April as Poetry Month.” You are invited to participate in this annual tradition here in Rowayton.  The winners will be invited to read their winning Haiku at The Rowayton Library at a reception on May 5th as […] [Read More]

Pi(e) Day – March 14 – Rowayton(style)

Celebrate Pi Day on March 14 at the Rowayton Library! Help us celebrate this never-ending number (3.14159 . . .) and Einstein’s birthday as well. On March 14 participate in pi-related activities (take-home work-sheets and quizes) and enjoy a piece of pie… all day long (while the pi(e) lasts! [Read More]