Special Zoom  Events
 
Special Zoom Summer Programs
          Our classes and special programs will all be on Zoom. The good thing is that, even if you do go to the Cape or Maine for the summer, you can still take your classes or listen in on a program. Zoom is fairly easy to use and we can help you learn how to use it; call us at 203-594-3620. 
 

 
Ancestry.com with New Canaan Library, Thursday, June 18 , 1 p.m..
Ancestry.com created Ancestry Library to provide people of all experience levels-- from novice hobbyist to seasoned historian-- an online genealogy research resource to explore. Unlock the
story of you, with help from librarians, Kayla Del Biondo and Samantha Connell, with sources such as censuses, vital records, immigration records, family histories, military records, court and legal documents, directories, photos, maps, and more.
 



Coney Island, Thursday, June 25, 1 p.m.
Hear about America's first Disneyland; from elegant hotels to the hot dog eating contest!  Learn about a hotel shaped like an Elephant and the Polar Bear Club. We'll touch on the Russian neighborhood of Brighton Beach and its unusual customs.

 
Trivia Game, Monday, June 29, 1 p.m..
We’ll play Zoom Trivia with History, Geography, Music, Food and Drink, Arts, and Nature categories. All prizes will be virtually nothing!

July Summer Zoom Party with Staying Put, Friday, July 10 at noon
This is a new one for us!  Join us for a PARTY via Zoom.  You will have to BYOF (bring your own food), BYOC (bring your own chair), and BYOD (bring your own drinks)…this might just be our favorite way to throw a party!  We will have a few surprise visitors popping in to say hello, some music, and maybe a game or two. We just want to celebrate summer with all of you.


Hamilton,
Monday, July 13, 1 p.m.
Trace the life of one of America's most brilliant men; from his rise from a Caribbean illegitimate child to his illicit love affair and his duel with the Vice President of the US. The presentation analyzes the Broadway show as well as teaching many little known things about our founding fathers.  Did you know that Thomas Jefferson brought macaroni and cheese to America?
Susan and Arthur Zuckerman, Radio Talk Hosts, History and Travel Channel Guides and authors of New York City: Remarkable Events, are presenting these three special programs. Each session will leave you with a WOW! and you’ll never look at NYC the same again.
 

 
Creative Bug with New Canaan Library, Thursday, July 16, 1 p.m.
Experience the joy of making things with thousands of award-winning video classes taught by top designers and artists. Keep your hands active and your mind engaged with inspiration, ideas, and daily practice creative exercises, all accessed from home with your library card barcode! Librarians Kayla Del Biondo and Samantha Connell will teach you how to take use this fun resource.
 
Cave Painting Travelogue with Brian Hollstein, Monday July 20, 1 p.m.
Come with us on an underground adventure to see the marvels of 30,000 year old ice age art in caves under modern French vineyards.  The decorated caves In the Burgundy area have been compared in importance to the Sistine Chapel in the history of man's creations.  Brian Hollstein will guide us on a photo tour of several caves and he assures us we won't get muddy or bump our heads on the stalactites.
 
Chat with Jen Eielson Thursday July 23 at PM 
Director of New Canaan Health Department 
she will update us on the latest news of the COVID and what Phase III will look like. 

 


 

Passwords!, Thursday, August  2 p.m.
Learn about password managers and get tips on how to keep those passwords safe and at your fingertips.