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Make a difference in someone’s life. Help an adult learn to speak, read and write in English or improve their basic reading and writing skills.
You don’t need to speak another language or have a teaching background to volunteer. Please join us at this informational session and learn more about the rewards of becoming a Literacy Volunteer.
RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 203 576-7012
Please join us for the March meeting of the Downtown Book Club.
Our March book is Little Women by Louisa May Alcott.
Shed the winter blahs and join us for a visit with Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, the beloved March sisters of Louisa May Alcott’s life and imagination. In a time without technology, these girls knew how to entertain themselves and improve the lives of others. Light refreshments provided.
The Downtown Book Club is for adults, 18 and up.
For more info contact: Michele 203 576-7400 ext. 5
12:30 Thursday March 20th – Join us for our monthly Genealogy Roundtable, led by Genealogist Bill Stansfield.
The Bridgeport History Center has sponsored a Bridgeport Memoir Writing Class since 2002. Our class has continued to write about memories of not only Bridgeport, Connecticut, but about the stories that we find have linked our lives.
We all have shared landscapes of memories, be it a football game, high school, or daily life. Newcomers are welcome!
Please join us on the second Saturday of each month at 2:00 PM.