July 16, 2020

Upcoming Events at Lyme Public Library Through March

LYME — The following programs, which are scheduled at Lyme Public Library, 482 Hamburg Rd, are free and open to all at. Registration at 860-434-2272 is appreciated.

Lyme Library Cookbook Club: The Hungry Fan’s Game Day Cookbook
Saturday, Jan. 11
1 p.m.

Just in time for the NFL Playoffs. Choose a recipe from this cookbook or share one of your own favorites.  The Cookbook Club will meet again Feb. 8, and March 14.

Backyard Birding with the CT Audubon Society Roger Tory Peterson Estuary Center
Saturday, Jan. 18
2 p.m.

Fine tune bird-watching and identifying skills. If time and weather permit, attendees may go outside. Bring your binoculars.

Beyond Bicept: The Real Story of Rosie the Riveter, presented by Dr. Amanda Goodheart Parks
Saturday, Jan. 25
2 p.m.

Trace the journey from propaganda poster to feminist icon.

Prudence Allen: Secretary to Coretta Scott King. Sharing Stories of Time Spent with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and his Family
Saturday, Feb. 15
2 p.m.

Raised in Connecticut, Prudence Allen supported equal rights for all, marched in civil rights marches in the 1960s, and joined Dr King and his family. She will share memories and stories of her time.

Endre (Andy) Sarkany, Childhood Survivor of the Holocaust
Tuesday, March 24
7 p.m.

Sarkany speaks to students about his personal experiences during the Holocaust, living under the brutality of the Soviet regime in Hungary, and finding a home in the United States.


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