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Ladies Behind Bars: A History of Women in the Spirits Industry

Tuesday March 3, 2015
6:30 PM until 8:15 PM


From mold-breaking saloon owners to current day cocktail mavens women have had a vital, though often overlooked, impact on the evolution of bars and cocktails. Boston and New York members of LUPEC (Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails) will present an inspiring history of ladies like Ada Coleman, former Head Bartender of the Savoy Hotel and Helen David, who opened the Brass Rail Bar in the midst of the Great Depression.

The alcohol-influenced social changes that took place during Prohibition and WWII will be addressed, as well as modern-day first ladies of bartending who are innovating behind the stick today. With the spirit and wit specific to lady barkeeps, we will celebrate the women that have influenced cocktail history.

Join us for the “After-Party” at the Pasta Loft in Milford where specialty cocktails will be sold to benefit the Library Building Fund.

Sign up today!

PAWS to Read

yorkie-112087_640Saturday February 14, 2015
10:30 AM until 12:00 PM


Read to a DOG? Not just any dog….

Certified Therapy Pets are a wonderful way to encourage reluctant readers and children having difficulties with reading to become more confident in their ability to read.

For those children who cannot yet read on their own, parents & caregivers are invited to read with their children. In order to guarantee your spot, you must register for each session.

Registered children should arrive during the advertised time span and will read to the dog of their choice for approximately 15-20 mins.

Check our online calendar for upcoming dates & times.

Mad Science

Titanic-redoFriday February 13, 2015
3:30 PM until 4:30 PM


Come join Miss Trina for some fun hands-on science experiments! This month we will be learning about the sinking of the Titanic and using ice cube trays to show how the vessels compartments failed. We will follow that up with some hands-on sink or float activities.

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