Celebrate National Novel Writing Month by trying to write your own novel! Your goal is to write a 50,000 word rough draft during the 30 days of November - that's about 1650 words or 6-7 pages per day. Need some encouragement? Come Write In to Wright Library 6:30pm-8:30pm every Friday night in November to mingle with other NaNoWriMos and get in some serious writing. Snacks provided or bring your own.
As we head into gift giving season, find out where to do your research before buying. Did you know Wright Library has a subscription to Consumer Reports that you can access online with your library card? Discover other websites known for accurate, non-biased consumer reviews that will help you get the best value for your money. Led by a Wright Library Reference Librarian.
How could a profession dedicated to curing patients have descended to murdering millions of Jews during WWII? David B. Shuster, M.D. lectures on the slippery slope of ethical distortion beginning with sterilization of the unfit and culminating in the mass industrial extermination of the Holocaust. This talk is part of Speaker Series @ The JCC.
Presented by Rose Lounsbury, professional organizer and owner of LESS
Do you feel overwhelmed by your possessions and unsure of how to get them under control? Do you desire a simpler home environment with room to relax and breathe? Led by Rose Lounsbury, professional organizer and mother of three, this presentation will focus on how minimalism - the age-old philosophy that less is more - can improve our modern, busy lives.