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Adult Programming Showcase

Plan this year's adult programs with this fun and informative event!

When: Wednesday, November 19, 2014
10:00am - 2:00pm (9:30 registration)
Where: Middletown Library Service Center
786 South Main St
Middletown, Connecticut  06457
United States
Contact: Leah Farrell
860-344-8777 x102

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Connecticut Library Consortium & the CLC Adult Programmers Roundtable East present ...

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014
10:00am - 2:00pm (9:30 registration)
Middletown Library Service Center
$10 CLC members, $15 non-members
Registration is now full. If you would like to be added to a waiting list, please contact Leah Farrell.

If your library offers programming for adults, do we have a treat for you! Join your adult programming colleagues for some fabulous entertainment, hosted by the CLC Adult Programmers Roundtable East. Highlights:

  • Mini versions of twelve unique programs will be presented for your consideration for future programming opportunities at your library. See programs you've been curious about, and discover new ones!
  • Each presenter will be offering a "show special" for those in attendance who book their programs.
  • We're even including lunch for you!

Whatever type of entertainment you need, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your library's programming style and budget! See you at the showcase!

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9:30 - Coffee and networking
10:00 - 2:00 - Performances

The program will take place at the Middletown Library Service Center. Parking is available in the front and back of the building.

Please note that there is a fee for this program, which includes a light lunch:

  • $10 for staff of CLC member libraries
  • $15 for non-members

Fees must be paid in advance. You may pay with a credit card during registration, or send your check to CLC.






Kathleen Titsworth - State of Connecitcut Department of Banking 


Kathleen and her colleagues are available to give free informative talks and presentations on an array of topics including investor education, credit repair, debt management, fraud, banking scams, identity theft and mortgage assistance.  

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Rita Parisi 

Rita Parisi is an actress, singer, producer and playwright with over 17 years of performance experience. In 2002, she founded Waterfall Productions to showcase her one-woman dramatic shows which have been seen all over New England, in New Jersey and New York. 

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Roxanne Lovell


Learn to make perfume and other homemade toiletries from an expert!

Arnie Pritchard
- This Business of Fighting


The WWII Letters of Lt. Anton Pritchard performed by his son Arnold Pritchard. Vivid and perceptive, the letters portray a young man dealing with raw fear, with his role as a leader, and with a world both wider and more brutal than he had ever known.

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Jan Baltrush
- Find Your Stuff

Jan Baltrush, Professional Organizer, offers a variety of organizing services and techniques.

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Phil Rosenthal


With firm roots in folk, bluegrass and country, Phil’s music is a delight for all ages. His rich baritone voice, his expertise on mandolin, mandola, guitar and banjo, and his relaxed stage presence have charmed audiences throughout the U.S., Europe and Japan.

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Matt Duman
- The Gargoyles of Yale University

In his lecture, Matt highlights a selection of gargoyles & grotesques found on the buildings of Yale University. He explores the artistic, historic, architectural & even humorous significance of these decorative sculptures & their role in communicating the identity of Yale University as a place of learning & enlightenment. 

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Anthony Riccio
- Farm, Factories, and Families: Italian American Women of Connecticut

The story of Italian American women who tell their largely unknown history in their own words, through oral history interviews and photographs. 

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Matt Bartlett

Matt is the author of "The Gettysburg Chronicle," a series of books on the Battle of Gettysburg. He speaks at libraries on a variety of Civil War topics.

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Connecticut Historical Society
- From Hula Hoops to High Fashion: G. Fox Co. in the 1950s

Elizabeth Abbe, Director of Public Outreach at CHS, will lead you down memory lane with a look at Connecticut’s favorite department store.

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Andy Weil
- Poetry With A Touch Of Midlife Insanity

Andy is a published performance poet-humorist, and member of The Faxon Poets of West Hartford, CT.

Rick Spencer

Rick Spencer is known throughout the United States for his presentations of theme-based historic music programs on various subjects.

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