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  1. A Book Discussion of Malcolm X: By Any Means Necessary - for Teens (Outside)

    May 26, 2021, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM @ Offsite

    Join us as we brainstorm ways we can create change in our community while we discuss the Walter Dean Myers biography: "Malcolm X: By Any Means Necessary." This discussion will take place outdoors at Crystal Lake in McCutcheon Park, so we encourage you to bring a blanket or lawn chair. This program is designed for young people ages 10 and up. Registration is required and will close one day before the event begins (on 5/25/21). We have a limited number of free books (to keep!) which will need to be picked up at the Russell Library prior to the online event. If you sign up for a free book, after you register a librarian will email you to confirm it is ready for you to pick up! After you hear from us you can: Pick your book up during library operating hours (Monday-Saturday: 9-5pm) or Call us at 860-347-2528 and set up a curbside appointment! The audio book is a part of our online collection and is available through the Libby app: https://lion.overdrive.com/media/1026921 If you have any questions, please contact us at kidsdept@russelllibrary.org This book discussion is sponsored by CT Humanities and presented in collaboration with the Middletown Youth Services Bureau. Due to Covid-19 restrictions and to ensure everyone's safety we request that all families follow our Outdoor event guidelines: Masks must be worn by children over age 2 and adults at all times. We ask that you stay 6 feet away from other families for your safety, as well as the safety of others. If any member of your household is not feeling well, has a fever, or is quarantining, we ask that you and your family stay home. Directions: Here is a link to the location of the City Park in google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/TCwzuc8TdZBKUgbz6 From Randolph Road (Route 155), turn south onto Millbrook Road. Follow Millbrook Road for 1.5 miles and take a right onto Livingston Road. After 0.2 miles, take the first right off Livingston Road into McCutcheon Park! https://www.middletownct.gov/DocumentCenter/View/2583/Middletown-Trail-Guide-PDF (Pg 31-33)