Past Events

Yoga @ the Library

Join us for Yoga @ the Library on Saturday, April 20. The class will run from 9:30 to 10:45 am, and will be held in the Program Room, Radcliffe Children’s Library. The instructor is Tracy Bruce. Pre-registration is required; students must register for each class. Class size is limited to the first 15 registrants.

Nearly 20 years ago Tracy first discovered the sacred path of yoga and its healing and transformative power. Since then, Tracy has dedicated more than 10,000 hours to the study of philosophy, meditation, breath work, and the biomechanics of yoga.  Her classes are strength-building for all aspects of Mind, Body and Spirit. Tracy believes a strong vessel leads to resilience and empowerment for a rich, full life.  Key principles of alignment guide her students through a therapeutic yoga class that touches their hearts and nourishes their bodies.

Please register for this free program.

If you need to cancel or for more information, contact Judy Sgammato at 203-637-1066 x15 or at

Zoom Book Talk: “We’re Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation,” by Eric Garcia

Tonight’s program is postponed because the speaker is ill. We are working to schedule a new date. We apologize for the last-minute cancellation.

Eric Garcia, author of We’re Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation, will be our guest for a Zoom Book Talk on Wednesday, April 17, at 7 pm.

Eric Garcia is the Washington Bureau Chief and Senior Washington Correspondent at the Independent and the author of the book We’re Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation. He is also a columnist for MSNBC. He previously worked as an assistant editor at the Washington Post’s Outlook section and an associate editor at The Hill, as well as a correspondent for National Journal, MarketWatch, and Roll Call. He has also written for the Daily Beast, the New Republic, and Garcia is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Check out a copy of We’re Not Broken from our catalog or purchase a copy from Athena Books.

Please register for this Zoom program.

For more information, contact Lisa Thomas at 203-637-1066 x20 or at

Perrot P.I.s March Meeting: “What the Dead Know,” by Laura Lippman

Perrot P.I.s, the Library’s monthly mystery book group, will meet next on Monday, April 15, at 7 pm in the Program Room, Radcliffe Children’s Library, to discuss “What the Dead Know, ” by Laura Lippman. All are welcome.

When he’s called to the scene of an accident detective Kevin Infante is drawn into a shocking and puzzling crime that still haunts the Baltimore P.D. Twenty years ago, two little girls were kidnapped from a shopping mall, igniting fear and anger throughout the city. 

Now, a clearly disoriented woman involved in the accident claims to be one of the missing girls. But instead of closing the case, her appearance marks the beginning of a nightmare that will once again rock Baltimore and threaten everyone it touches. 

To reserve a copy, visit our catalog.

For more information, contact Judy Sgammato at 203-637-1066 x15 or at

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