Like a stroll through the park -- which is impossible nowadays with snow and ice -- Sunday afternoons at Granby Public Library are now open for business, 1:00pm to 4:00pm!
Through the generosity of the Friends of Granby Public and the Friends of Cossitt, we are lining up a roster of Sunday events that may make your heart beat a little faster and put a smile on your face:
January 13 at 1:30pm: CT children's author, Janet Lawler, is a guest storyteller featuring her new book, "Snowzilla!" (please pre-register for this program).
January 20, 2-3pm: The musical duo Judy Handler & Mark Levesque will be our afternoon feature, combining the lively beat of Brazilian jazz, swing, classical and folk in our cafe-style setting, with free coffee/tea!
January 27, 2-3:30pm: Jennifer Zinck of Ancestry Central returns with another Beginner's Genealogy program, followed by an Advanced Beginners program on Feb. 3 and a special program on DNA research on March 3 (same time; Town Hall Meeting Room). Registration is required for these programs.
There's more planned for February and March (some dates yet to be booked), so stay tuned right here on the Patch or "like" us on Facebook or follow our blog (www.granbypubliclibraries.blogspot.com)!