Join us on Monday night, November 27, at 7 pm in the Youth Services Program Room, Radcliffe Children’s Library, for our discussion of Bruno, Chief of Police, by Martin Walker.
Meet Benoit Courréges, affectionately named Bruno, chief of police in a small village in the South of France where the rituals of the café still rule. A former soldier, Bruno has embraced the slow rhythms of country life. But the murder of an elderly North African who fought in the French army galvanizes his attention: The man had a swastika carved into his chest. When a visiting scholar helps untangle the dead man’s past, Bruno’s suspicions turn toward a motive more complex than hate, back to a tortured period of French history.
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This is a drop-in program; registration is not required.
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For additional information, contact Judy Sgammato at 203-637-1066 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Dietitian and Diabetes Educator Nancy Ryan, MS, RD, BC-ADM, CDCES, CD-N, Inpatient Diabetes Coordinator, Greenwich Hospital, for “Diabetes: Getting to Goal with Our Fork and Our Feet,” on Wednesday, November 15 at 7 pm, in the Youth Services Program Room, Radcliffe Children’s Library, Perrot Memorial Library.
Diabetes can feel overwhelming, whether the diagnosis is new or long-term. We will discuss recommended goals to manage diabetes and tools to help us reach our goals. Two powerful tools include our food choices and physical activity. We will talk about strategies to set us up for success during our diabetes journey toward our personal goals.
Nancy Ryan is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES) and is Board Certified in Advanced Diabetes Management (BC-ADM). She is currently the Inpatient Diabetes Coordinator at Greenwich Hospital and led the hospital initiative to attain (2015) and maintain Joint Commission Advanced Disease-Specific Certification for Inpatient Diabetes Management, making Greenwich Hospital the first in CT to achieve this certification. In collaboration with the interdisciplinary diabetes team, she provides and supports diabetes-focused education of the healthcare team to meet standards of care for inpatients with diabetes. She also works with patients with diabetes to support glycemic management during admission and to address diabetes self-management knowledge and practice gaps.
For more information, please contact Lisa Thomas at 203-637-1066 x20 or at email@example.com.
Join our 3-part Learn to Play Mahjong Classes for Adults on Wednesdays, November 1, 8, and 15, from 1:30 to 3:30 pm, in the Youth Services Program Room of the Radcliffe Children’s Library.
Our instructor, Rhonda Greif, has been playing and teaching mahjong for 10+ years. She grew up in the early 70’s listening to the clacking sounds of the tiles during her mom’s weekly game with the “mahj ladies.” In 2010, she learned to play after her mom passed away, and she inherited her mahjong sets. Not long after learning, Rhonda found her niche in teaching others.
Please pre-register for this 3-part series. Note: You must register for each part separately. This series was added to accommodate a waiting list from our September series. There are only 4 seats left. For more information, contact Judy Sgammato at 203-637-1066 x15.