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THUNK! It’s the sweet sound an ad-packed magazine makes when it’s dropped on a table. At glitzy Carlyle Nash Media, it’s the sound of success. And star publisher Mitch Blake has been happily hearing it for a decade. But when the heavily hyped debut issue of World Magazine gets panned in the press and advertisers start to flee, Mitch must control the damage. Can he right the...

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This event occurs monthly, on the first Wednesday of January, September, October, November and December.

Join us for a series of writing workshops led by journalist and published writer Maryanne D’Amato. All writers and aspiring writers are invited to share their work, or desire to write, in a supportive atmosphere. September 5th, October 3rd, November 7th, December 5th, and January 2nd at 11:00 AM No registration, drop-ins are welcome. For questions, you can email the library at...

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The Women’s Forum of Litchfield presents a program entitled “Cuban Memories” at the Litchfield Community Center on October 4 at 2:30pm. Abdo Ballester knows Cuba firsthand, having been both born there and growing up in the glory days of the country. He will share his memories and talk about what it was like returning as an adult and how it has changed. Ballester makes Washington,...

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Girls and their families are invited to learn about The Ethel Walker School, an independent, college preparatory, boarding and day school for girls in grades six through 12, at their Open House event. Current and potential community partners can tour the campus, enjoy refreshments, while meeting members of this diverse community who are dedicated to scholarship,...

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The Sam and Myra Ross Institute will host a one-day symposium focused on helping equine facilities expand their therapeutic programming while maintaining both high professional standards and a culture of compassion and respect for both people and equines. How does one create a therapeutic culture that extends to staff, clients, families, volunteers and horses? Green Chimneys has...

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Join librarians Jordan McCorison and Patricia Moore for pizza as we share with you our favorite autumn reading choices! Whether you’re looking for a scary read in the weeks leading up to              Halloween or have more romantic inclinations, we’ve got you covered. From horror classics like Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes to sweetly sentimental reads...

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Find yourself frequently getting sick, especially in winter? Learn how to stay healthy all year long. Dr. Corsello’s presentations are informative, inspiring, and motivating. Attendees will receive a complimentary BCA (body composition analysis), which measures not only body fat and BMI, but also metabolic age (at what “age” is the body functioning?); visceral fat (the dangerous fat...

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