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Join us for the reception on the opening evening of the exhibition, Ghosts: French Holocaust Children, on Wednesday, January 23rd, from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Walsh Gallery at the Quick Center for the Performing Arts. Reserve your free ticket on Eventbrite. During World War II, over 11,000 Jewish children were deported from France to Nazi death camps. These children were among more than 75,000...

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Join us for a conversation between collector Jeffrey Horvitz and Alvin L. Clark, Jr., (Curator, The Horvitz Collection and The J.E. Horvitz Consultative Curator, Department of Drawings, Division of European and American Art, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg) on the evening of the opening of the exhibition A French Affair: Drawings and Paintings from The Horvitz Collection, Thursday, January 24 at 5...

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Thursday, Jan. 24 Author Talk: Stephanie Land - Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay and a Mother's Will to Survive, 7 – 8:30 p.m. Maid is showing up on almost every best of, must read, don't miss list of 2019. We are so fortunate to have author Stephanie Land coming to Wilton Library to discuss this important, timely and unforgettable memoir. Evicted meets Nickel and Dimed in Maid, about working as a...

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Join Jeffrey Greene, curator of How Art Changed the Prisonand manager of Community Partners In Action Prison Arts Program, for a discussion with former inmates and others involved in Connecticut’s correctional system on the impact of the visual arts for those incarcerated in the State’s prisons. Visit the website to see participating panelists.   Following the panel discussion, view the...

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Join us for the kick-off program in an exciting, new series called Revisiting the Founding Era taking place on Sunday, January 27 at 2 p.m., at the Library. During this lively, town-hall panel discussion, moderated by journalist and professor at Mt. Holyoke College,Todd Brewster, a distinguished panel, along with the audience, will delve into some of America's key founding documents to...

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Please join us to celebrate the opening of How Art Changed the Prison: The Work of the CPA Prison Arts Program, presenting visual art made in Connecticut’s correctional institutions over the past three decades. Organized by Jeffrey Greene, manager of Community Partners in Action (CPA), a non-profit that focuses on behavioral changes of both current and past inmates, in addition to criminal...

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In the 12th year of the collaboration between Wilton Library and the Wilton Historical Society, the scholarly lecture series theme will be 'Sex, Scandal and Upheaval: 1919 - What's Changed?' Historian and author Mark Albertson kicks off the series with a lecture highlighting several themes from his 8-week course on the transition period between World War One and Two beginning with the...

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A panel of journalists and professors, moderated by Larry Rifkin, will examine the state of journalism and news consumption today in relation to recent events. Panelists include Daniela Altimari, statehouse reporter at the Hartford Courant; Dr. Adam Rugg, Assistant Professor of Communication at Fairfield University; and Ebong Udoma, senior political reporter for WSHU. Reception 6-6:30...

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Thursday, Jan. 31 Author Talk: Jacqueline Raposo - The Me Without: A Year Exploring Habit, Healing, and Happiness, 7 – 8:30 p.m.  Wiltonian and journalist Jacqueline Raposo finds herself sick, single, broke, and wandering in a fog. Fighting chronic illness, debt and other low points in her life she embarks on subtracting some of her most constant habits from her life – social media,...

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