Author: lbell
Library Director at Pomfret Public Library

Workshop Your Writing, 4/24 7PM

Christine Kalafus will be teaching Workshop Your Writing. Participants are asked to bring 10 copies of up to five double-spaced pages of fiction or non-fiction writing, or up to three poems, for review by the group. Sponsored by Pomfret Library Friends. Space

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Story Time Celebration, 4/27 10:30

Register Here Author Nancy Elizabeth Wallace will share A Taste of Honey with toddlers, preschoolers and their caregivers! Thursday, April 27, at 10:30AM Nancy will read to us, show the original artwork form her book and share her beekeeping tools.

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Annual Book Sale, 5/6 7-12

It’s time for the Friends of Pomfret Public Library Annual Book Sale! Saturday May 6, 7AM – 12 noon @ Pomfret Community School Cafeteria Classics, trashy beach reads and everything in between – you can find your summer reads at

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Intro to Egg Tempera, 5/20 9:30-12

Are you curious about egg tempera as a painting medium but don’t know where to start? In this workshop Laurie Bell will show you appropriate boards, gesso, emulsion, pigment and brushes for egg tempera painting. Each participant will have the

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Adult Creative Writing 5/22, 7pm

Christine Kalafus returns to Pomfret Library on Monday, May 22 at 7:00pm to lead another installment of the Creative Writing for Adults writers’ workshop. Christine got her MFA from Goddard College, teaches for the Westport Writers Workshop, and is at work

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Screenwriting 101 – Postponed! Please watch for new date…

Due to extraordinary circumstances Screenwriting 101, originally scheduled for the last week of May, has been postponed. Please watch for a new date. Thank you to all interested for your patience and understanding! Efforts are underway in conjunction with local

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Tom D’agostino presents “Abandoned Villages And Ghost Towns Of New England” 7/20, 7 PM @ Towne House

In a bygone era colonists sprouted their own villages and towns seeking to build a  better world, or at the very least, to build a better local nook to call their own. New England is full of lost towns and

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Common Thread Stitchery Group

The library hosts a Handwork Open House, every Tuesday from 4 – 6 PM. Bring your knitting, crochet, embroidery, needlepoint, what-have-you. Like to learn? Experienced stitchers will get you started and help you with the tricky bits. No registration necessary,

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3rd Thursday Book Group

The 3rd Thursday Book Group always meets at 3:30 PM on – you guessed it! – the third Thursday of the month! This year we’ll be discussing historical mysteries set in the U.S. of A. New members are always welcome! Check

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