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  1. Play Pals!

    March 27, 2023, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    In person: onsite

    Come play with us at the Library! Join us each week on Monday mornings to connect with other families and explore the power of play. A variety of toys will be out for free play including building materials, crafts, sensory toys and imaginative play. This is a great opportunity for children not yet in school or homeschool children to get together. The activities we have planned are aimed at children age 1-5, and a caregiver, but all ages are welcome! Weekly registration is required (and will close when the event begins) and space is limited, so please let us know how many people will be in your party (all young people any caregivers = the number of people attending.) Covid Library Event guidelines: to ensure everyone's safety we request that if any member of your household is experiencing Covid symptoms or is quarantining, we ask that you and your family stay home. This program is made possible though the generosity of the Friends of the Russell Library! Find out more about how you can support them here:

  2. Great-Grandmother’s Roots: Tracing Your Female Ancestors

    March 27, 2023, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

    A married name may make finding your roots a bit harder, but a female ancestor doesn’t have to become a brick wall. Join us for a virtual program as Bryna O’Sullivan introduces techniques you can use to trace your female ancestors. Using four case studies of historic female residents of Middletown, we’ll discuss couverture, naturalization, records for those held in slavery, and more. Presented by Bryna O’Sullivan, a Middletown, CT based professional genealogist and French to English genealogical translator. As proprietor of Charter Oak Genealogy, she specializes in lineage society applications. For additional information contact Denise Mackey-Russo at 860-347-2528 or

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