At Home With Wilton Library
March 10, 2021
Marching Forward
It's been a year now since many of us pivoted to work from home, bake sourdough, and interact via Zoom. But March 2021 is looking brighter -- daylight saving time gives us more light on March 14th, and the vaccine rollout is giving us hope. We've also got St. Patrick's Day to celebrate as well as Women's History Month. Today we offer up eclectic volumes to honor both, as well as some fun and flirty Bridgerton-esque reads. Additionally, we have programs to keep you informed, enriched, inspired, and connected. Find what you need at Wilton Library.
Must-Read Memoirs Celebrating Women
March is Women’s History Month, a time when we can educate ourselves on historic moments women fought for and our progress thus far, along with celebrating women as a whole. And what better way to do that than reading some powerful memoirs written by women from all walks of life? Get started here.
Wilton Reads 2021 Events
Please join us for programs that provide opportunities for insight and conversation about our Wilton Reads 2021 selection, Memorial Drive by Natasha Trethewey. Copies of the book are available to borrow. If you wish to buy a copy, please click here to purchase from Elm Street Books; a portion of the proceeds benefits Wilton Library. Please click on the dates for more program details and registration for the Zoom links, as all programs are virtual.
Wilton Reads 2021 Teen Book Giveaway
Monday to Friday, March 15-19 from 3-6pm at the Drive-Thru
In support of Wilton Reads 2021, we are offering teens in grades 8-12 a limited number of free copies of The Black Friend: On Being A Better White Person by Frederick Joseph. Many thanks to Kim and Mike Healy for sponsoring this initiative. Teens can pick up their complimentary copy at the Drive-Thru beginning on Monday, March 15th at 3 p.m. and every afternoon that week while supplies last.
March is Irish-American Heritage Month
March provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy some corned beef and contemplate the Irish blood that flows through the heart of America. Learn more about Irish-American heritage and celebrate what is unique about the Irish strand of American history with this selection of memoirs, novels, and nonfiction.
For Fans of Bridgerton
Enjoyed the Bridgerton craze? The popular Netflix series is based on Julia Quinn's novels set in Regency-era London during the debutante season. If you've already devoured all the episodes of Bridgerton and are looking to fill the void left by the Duke of Hastings, dive into this selection of historical romance novels.
Poetry Discussion with Janet Krauss: The Poetry of Mary Oliver
Tuesday, March 23 @10:30am via ZOOM REGISTER HERE
Please join us as Janet Krauss leads a discussion of a selection of poems by Mary Oliver. A readings packet will be emailed in advance of the program. REGISTER HERE in order to receive the invitation link to the Zoom session.
Long-Term Care Insurance with the CT Partnership for Long-Term Care
Wednesday, March 24 @5pm via ZOOM REGISTER HERE
Please join us for an informative presentation on securing long-term care insurance with the assistance of the Connecticut Partnership for Long Term Care, a program of the state's Office of Policy and Management. If you’re 40+, long-term care insurance approved by the State’s Connecticut Partnership for Long-Term Care could be part of your retirement plan. It's affordable and provides asset protection, protects against inflation, and gives you peace of mind through your retirement years. REGISTER HERE in order to receive the invitation link to the Zoom session.
CT Poetry Workshop
Friday, March 19 @10:30am via ZOOM REGISTER HERE
Please join us on Zoom for the next CT Poetry Society workshop. All that's required is the willingness to share some poetry that you have written by reading it aloud to the group. REGISTER HERE in order to receive the invitation link to the Zoom session.
Divorce 101
Tuesday, March 16 @5pm via ZOOM REGISTER HERE
Join us for an online session covering the main issues of the divorce process. Whether you are contemplating a separation or divorce, or are in the midst of negotiating a settlement, divorce financial planning is critical to ensure these and other considerations are addressed. Speaker Hollis Hardiman of Price Financial Group is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. REGISTER HERE in order to receive the invitation link to the Zoom session.
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