Archive for March 2015

Robert Thorson ~ New England’s Stony Sense of Place

Thursday, April 23rd at 7:00pm. New Englanders love their old stone walls. Why? The answer isn’t quite as obvious as it seems. Come hear what UConn professor Robert Thorson thinks during this public lecture program. The history, art, psychology, and science of stone walls are all on […]

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Local poet Sara Ingram

Thursday, April 16th at 7:00pm. Local poet Sara Ingram published “Sounds of House and Wood” in 2013 and plans to present the “stories behind the poems” which include her own memories of shelving books in the library and growing up in Deep River. The poems in Sara […]

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Wanted: Books!

The Killingworth Library Association is now accepting books in good condition for our next book sale on Saturday, May 9. We are working on using the portable classrooms at the Killingworth Elementary School again, which allows for a much bigger and better organized sale. The February sale […]

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Imagined Women Discussion Series

Part one: March 31st, 7:00pm – Dr. Mark Schenker of Yale University will present three lectures at the Killingworth Library in the series “Imagined Women”, featuring Madame Bovary, The House of Mirth, and Mrs. Dalloway. “Imagined Women” examines a series of novels that have a woman as […]

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Plein Air Watercolors

The March display features watercolors and decorative gourds created by local artist Virginia Nedza. Virginia Nedza came from Middletown and has lived in Killingworth for almost 11 years. She has explored art through oils, acrylics, pastels, and now watercolor. Ginnie studied drawing and painting under Adam Wasicki […]

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