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Entrance Exam

Saturday, Mar. 28, 2015, 8:30 am

Education/Lectures

Saint Bernard School, 1593 Norwich-New London Tpke, Montville, , 06382

SAINT BERNARD SCHOOL in Uncasville, CT is a college preparatory, Catholic, co-educational school for students in grades 6 -12.

Entrance Exam. Saturday, March 28 at 8:30 am. For students interested in attending Saint Bernard School for the 2015-16 school year, and is required for all prospective students entering grades 6 - 9. Exam results are used to determine acceptance and class placement.

REGISTER online at www.beasaint.us

For more information contact the Office of Admissions at 860 -848-1271 ext. 108 or 131 or email us at admissions@saint-bernard.com.

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The Life of a Civil War Soldier

Saturday, Mar. 28, 2015, 3:00 pm
The Life of a Civil War Soldier;

Education/Lectures

DENISON HOMESTEAD MUSEUM, 120 Pequotsepos Road, Mystic, , 06355

Civil War reenactor and Denison descendant Russell Burkett, M. D., will speak about the life of a Union Soldier and reenacting that life 150 years later. Dr. Burkett's presentation will include a demonstration of battle attire and weapons as well as poetry and other correspondence of actual soldiers. Seating is limited. Reservations recommended. Admission: $5.00 Suggested donation

Workshop: Align Your Posture - Ease Your Pain

Saturday, Mar. 28, 2015, 1:00 pm
Workshop: Align Your Posture - Ease Your Pain;

Education/Lectures

Vitality Spa & Wellness, 14 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT , 06371

Did you know that back pain, hip problems, repetitive stress injury, tennis elbow, bursitis, arthritis, low energy, dizziness and a full array of other chronic conditions can all have musculoskeletal misalignment their root cause?

This Gentle Yoga and Postural Alignment Workshop may help you on your journey to relief from Chronic Pain and get you back to doing what you love to do. Play a round of golf, go walking with your friends, bend to pick up a child without pain.

Technology Help Sessions

Monday, Mar. 30, 2015, 6:00 pm

Education/Lectures

Bill Memorial Library, 240 Monument Street, Groton, CT , 06340

A new free service offered by the Bill Memorial Library in Groton starting in March! Mondays from 6pm-8pm and Thursdays 2pm-4pm, staff will be on hand to answer questions about e-readers, tablets, computer programs, and internet use. Email staff.billmemorial@gmail.com to set up a 30 minute appointment!

Fertility & Healthy Pregnancy Talk

Tuesday, Mar. 31, 2015, 3:00 pm
Fertility & Healthy Pregnancy Talk;

Education/Lectures

Stonington Natural Health Center, 107 Wilcox Rd Suite 103, Stonington, , 06378

For men and women.
If you are working on fertility conceiving
having a healthy pregnancy
on-time birth or inducing
and having energy once your baby is here,
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine is for you.
Dr. Megan Marco's specialty and favorite thing is
helping with
healthy and happy pregnancies and babies.
Receive at least 5 Important Tips at Each Talk
and Special Discounts!

New London History Series

Tuesday, Mar. 31, 2015, 7:00 pm

Education/Lectures

Public Library of New London, 63 Huntington St., New London, CT , 06320

Contact: Madhu Gupta 860-447-1411 x 3 mgupta@plnl.org


Join New London historian Sally Ryan and learn more about the history of New London. This series of programs runs on Tuesdays from March 3 through April 7.

March 3 —The CT Colony and Pequot War

March 10—New London’s Early Years: 1646 –1775

March 17—The Revolutionary War

March 24—Whaling 1820-1860

March 31—Railroads and the Industrial Revolution

April 7—1938 Hurricane to the Present

The Series is Free but Registration is requested.

Botanical Illustration with Sarah Saltus Siddig

Thursday, Apr. 2, 2015, 6:00 pm

Education/Lectures

Connecticut College, Olin Science Center, Room 112, 270 Mohegan Avenue, New London, CT , 06320

A four-session course on Thursdays, April 2, April 9, April 16 and April 23. Illustration combines scientific observation and fine art technique to capture the beauty of the natural world. Using techniques of observation, instructor Sarah Saltus Siddig will explore the concepts of light source, value, and shading to create form. Techniques in drawing, water color and colored pencil will be explored. Registration required. Email arbor@conncoll.edu or call 860-439-5020 to register.

Mother-Infant Breastfeeding Support Group

Friday, Apr. 3, 2015, 10:00 am
Mother-Infant Breastfeeding Support Group;

Education/Lectures

Women and Family Life Center, 96 Fair Street, Guilford, CT , 06437

This is an informal support group for moms and infants. In the comfort of a small group, you may discuss anything from breastfeeding challenges to pumping and going back to work. Older siblings welcomed. Pre-registration required. No fee. Visit www.womenandfamilylife.org.

OLPGN Library Awarded Grant to Explore Operatic Voices & Stories;

Education/Lectures

Old Lyme Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library, 2 Library Lane, Old Lyme, CT , 06371

Old Lyme, CT – A $1500 grant to the Old Lyme-Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library supports a new musical presentation for adult audiences from teens to seniors. Participants will explore the interrelationship of vocal expression to larger themes of the human experience. Opera: Voices and Stories, a series of three lectures by guest speaker James Kuslan will be held on March 21, April 4 and 18th from 11 am to 12:30 pm in the Community Room.

Funded in part by the Connecticut Humanities and supported by Salt Marsh Opera Company of Stonington, CT, all programs are free and open to the public.

“We are thrilled to bring a new learning experience to our community that will provide a greater appreciation of the opera as a musical genre. The lecture series will bring insights into a composer’s use of historical context and themes for exploring society’s values and their relationship to contemporary culture, “ said Library Director Mary Fiorelli.” The Connecticut Humanities grant allows us to explore musical style as a reflection of ourselves.”

Connecticut Humanities, a non-profit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, provides opportunities to explore the history, literature and the vibrant culture that makes our state, cities and towns attractive places to live and work. Learn more by visiting cthumanities.org.
On March 21, Mr. Kuslan will present Tenors: Can’t Live with Them, Can’t Live Without ‘em; on April 4, The Sopranos and concluding on April 18 with Women in Pants.

James Kuslan is a writer and artistic producer for Deutsche Grammophon (DG). He lectures frequently on topics operatic and theatrical. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Yale University's School of Drama. Mr. Kuslan contributed the essays included in the DVDs of the Metropolitan Opera's production of Lucia di Lammermoor starring Anna Netrebko and released by DG.

The Library is located at 2 Library Lane, off Lyme Street in Old Lyme. Hours are Monday and Wednesday, 10am to 7pm; Tuesday and Thursday, 10am to 6pm; Friday, 10am to 5pm and Saturday, 10am to 4pm. If the Library’s parking lot is full, additional spaces are available on Lyme Street. There is also a lot behind the Old Lyme Memorial Town Hall across the street from the Library. Registration required by calling 860-434-1684 or visit www.oldlyme.lioninc.org to register online under the Events calendar.

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