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Strong Girls, Stronger Women

Who are the strongest female leads in movies?

Discover women and girls who started out ordinary, but when faced with impossible odds, had the grit and determination and education and smarts to work their way into survival.
Gardening with Heirlooms

Monday, March 20, 6:30pm

Heirlooms give you some of the best flavors and are perfect for the home gardener. Open yourself to a whole world of culinary delight, new colors and shapes.

Explore a wide range of vegetables appropriate for New England gardens.


Sponsored by the Friends of the Cheshire Public Library.
Noah Baerman Trio

Sunday, March 26, 2pm

Part concert and part interactive workshop and discussion, the afternoon will illuminate ways in which musicians use the language of jazz to spontaneously interpret material and communicate with one another, demonstrated through both original material and classic jazz standards.

This concert is free and open to the public.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Cheshire Public Library.
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Small Business Workshops

Tuesdays in March at 6:00pm
A series of four sessions designed for small business owners.

This week's session is March 21: Marketing.

Additional business topics will be presented on successive Tuesdays.
March 28: Accounting & Financial Planning and Management

Walk away with great information and key contacts in the community to network with in the future. Presented by SCORE.   
Veterans Benefits

Wednesday, March 22, 6:30pm

Are you a veteran? Do you know all of the benefits that are available to you?

Meet a Veterans Services Officer from the CT Dept. of Veteran Affairs to learn more.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Cheshire Public Library.
Drop-in Tech Help

Saturday, March 25, Noon-2pm
No appointment necessary!

Bring your technology-related questions and problems to Cheshire Public Library's Drop-In Tech Help.

Our experts will be available to answer your questions and offer advice.
NOTE: Please be sure your device is fully charged beforehand.
Spring Cleaning? Donate Your Old Tech Devices!

We're hosting a Tech Take-Apart on April 11th, and we need your help collecting some tech to take apart.

Consider donating your old kitchen appliances, phones, VHS tapes and players, computers, and other electronics to the Children's Department so we can make our program a success! (We can't use tube TVs and monitors, so recycle those next month.) 

Thanks!
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