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PJ Pals @ LGA
Lander-Grinspoon Academy
Autumn leaf walk for ages 3-5.
Mo Willems
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Children's author Willems previews his new book .
A Harvest of Poetry and Prose
Munson Library
Women aged 55-85 read their work. This event is hosted by Dance of the Letters and is handicapped accessible.
Japan Arms and Armor
Springfield Museums
Richard O'Brien, of the Smith Art Museum, gives this Sunday's mini-tour.
Twilly, Willy, Jenny and Jack and the Northeast's Earliest Water Powered Textile Machine
Wistariahurst Museum
Dennis Piccard gives this week's Threads That Bind - Textiles in the Connecticut River Valley talk. Part of the Historical Lecture Series.
A Bat's Guide To Strange Sex
Esselon Cafe
An informal science event for a general audience. This month's topic is sperm storage, penis spines, and other oddities of mammalian reproduction.
Picture Book Presentation
S. White Dickinson Library
Presentation by Jason Lefebvre on his picture book .
John J. Clayton
Jones Library
Local Clayton discusses his writing and reads from his new book, .
Writers Night Out! with Karen Skolfield
The Basement
Straw Dog Writers Guild presents this award-winning poet as a featured reader after the open mike.
Elizabeth Alexander and Nikky Finney
Wright Hall Auditorium
Alexander reads her poem from President Obama's 2009 inauguration. Finney is the winner of the 2011 National Book Award.
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Annual Manual
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