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  1. Coffee Hour - A Conversation with Digital Navigators

    February 24, 2024, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    Friends Room, Miller Memorial Library

    Coffee Hour brings people together to enjoy refreshments, connect socially, and engage in special conversations. Coffee Hour serves as a gathering point for conversations that may be with a local author, feature information about special topics of interest, or teach a new skill. And, yes, coffee and snacks are served! Our next Coffee Hour features a conversation with the library’s Digital Navigator, Robert Gagne and Janelle Rosales.

  2. Music & Movement for Children

    February 24, 2024, 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
    Children's Department, Miller Memorial Library

    Join us in Miller Memorial Library’s Children’s area at 10:30 AM, Saturday February 24 for Music & Movement. We will sing classic children’s songs. Along with the songs, we will do lots of hand motions and dance steps. Everyone will move to the music! The music is meant for children two to six years old, though caretakers are welcome to bring anyone who may enjoy the event. Registration is not required. If you have questions, please call 203-230-3770 or email

  3. Saturday Afternoon at the Movies- The Holdovers

    February 24, 2024, 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    Friends Room, Miller Memorial Library

    The Christmas spirit shines through in the touching, heartfelt movie “The Holdovers.” As Barton Academy begins it's holiday break, a few people, including the cranky teacher Paul Hunham (Paul Giamatti), the angsty outcast teen Angus Tully (Dominic Sessa) and the in–mourning lunch lady Mary Lamb (Da’Vine Joy Randolph) are stuck on campus because of undesired circumstances. Directed by Alexander Payne, the film tells a tale of three lonely individuals coming unexpectedly together during the holidays. The companionship that the audience is able to see bloom can best be described by one word — kind.

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