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After School Stories/Craft, Grades K-2, at the Morris Library

After School Stories/Craft, Grades K-2, at the Morris Library

Join Miss Stephanie for “Win-
ter After School Stories and

Craft” for students in Grades K-2
at the Morris Public Library on
Fridays, Dec. 9, Jan. 13, 2023,
and Feb. 10, 2023 from 3:40 to
4:30 p.m.

An engaging story and edu-
cational activities will be offered

along with a craft and interaction
Pick-up after school (JMS)
by a librarian is offered – bring a
permission slip to school. Parent
pick-up from the library is at 4:30
Snow dates are the following

Only 15 spots left. Reg-
ister today: 860-567-7440 or


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Join the Morris Public Li-
brary’s “Cozy Corner Winter

Reading Program” Jan. 3 – Feb.
After School Stories/Craft, Grades K-2, at the Morris Library

23, 2023 for all ages and read a
variety of popular and new titles
in your favorite cozy corner or
Patrons are encouraged to
read or listen to 10 books of
their choice, and write down
the titles in the Winter Reading
Card (available at the Library or
morrispubliclibrary.net starting
Jan. 3). Submit the completed list
with the name and phone number
in-person or by email, egranoth@
biblio.org, through February 23
and qualify to win a Cozy Corner

Winter Reading Prize. The draw-
ing is on February 24, 2023.

No registration is required.

Information: morrispublicli-
brary.net or 860-567-7440

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Save at the Supermarket While

Eating Nutritiously with Jill Pat-
terson, RDN, via Zoom, Thurs-
day, Jan. 12, 6:30 p.m.

Join us for this informative and

engaging workshop where we will

learn strategies to slash our gro-
cery bill while eating nutritiously.

Get ready to feel energized with
healthy nutrient rich foods and
saving money! Specific action

strategies, interactive game ques-
tions and recipe resources will be

included. As a registered dieti-
tian and nutrition expert, Jill also

brings her background of menu
planning on a budget for school
systems, consulting for grocery

store chains, and being a cost-con-
scious shopper herself.

Jill Patterson, RDN, is an

award-winning registered dieti-
tian nutritionist, certified personal

trainer and group fitness instruc-
tor. She has been quoted in the

Huffington Post, Parents Maga-
zine, and local news outlets. She

specializes in providing wellness
education programs that inspire
individuals to implement healthy
habits. Jill is passionate about

helping people live their happiest
healthiest lives! You can find her
at www.jillpatterson.com.
To register with the Library:


tion/ or 860-567-7440.

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Join local author Julie Rumrill
at the Morris Public Library on
Jan. 18, 2023, 6:30 p.m., for an

inspirational talk about her high-
ly acclaimed memoir, “Finding

Julie will speak about memoir

writing, the difficulties of unre-
solved grief, and the triumph of

the human spirit. An open discus-
sion and a book signing will fol-
low her talk.

Julie Rumrill grew up in the

quiet corner of Thompson, Con-
necticut and currently lives near

the shore in West Haven. She is

a faculty member in the Depart-
ment of Earth Science at South-
ern Connecticut State University

and senior consultant for Team
Training Associates, LLC. She

holds an M.S. in geology, teach-
ing certifications in mindfulness

and yoga, and is currently work-
ing toward a doctorate in educa-
tion at the University of Hartford.

In addition to her academic life,

Julie leads mindful writing work-
shops for aspiring writers, and men-
tal resilience training for public

safety, NGOs and corporate orga-
nizations. When she is not writing,

teaching, or leading workshops, she
enjoys hiking, kayaking, reading,

rock collecting, and spending pre-
cious time with family.

Snow date – January 25.
To register for the talk with
the Library: 860-567-7440 or





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