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Fair Housing and Your Eviction Rights Workshop

5:00pm - 6:00pm
Main Library
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Library Branch: Main Library
Room: Third Floor Auditorium
Age Group: Parents, Families, Adults
Program Type: Lectures & Workshops
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Seats Remaining: 48
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Learn about available resources, legal processes and your rights regarding eviction. A presentation led by Rashida Rattray (she/her), Education & Outreach Coordinator for the Connecticut Fair Housing Center. Registration required to attend in ...
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Historic Walking Tour: Downtown Stamford

1:00pm - 2:15pm
Main Library
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Library Branch: Main Library
Room: Outdoor Plaza
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Community, Lectures & Workshops
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Seats Remaining: 24
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Downtown Stamford–a place of constant architectural churn and jarring contrast—is also a historic district hiding in plain sight. Join preservationist Wes Haynes for a one-hour walking tour of historic landmarks in the city that works. Meet in fro...
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Library Branch: Main Library
Room: Third Floor Auditorium
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Author Events, Lectures & Workshops
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Seats Remaining: 200
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Former U.S. Senator Phil Gramm will talk about his new book, “The Myth of American Inequality: How Government Biases Policy Debate (Rowman & Littlefield) Written with economist Robert Ekelund and John Early, a former leader of the Bureau of ...
This event is in the "Main Library" group.
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Library Branch: Main Library
Room: Third Floor Auditorium
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Author Events, Lectures & Workshops, Special Event
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Seats Remaining: 199
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Join us for a discussion with Robert Livingston, a Harvard social psychologist and leading expert on the science underlying bias and racism in organizations, to discuss his book, The Conversation: How Seeking and Speaking the Truth about Racism ...
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Before Central Park with Historian Sara Cedar Miller

6:30pm - 7:30pm
Main Library
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Library Branch: Main Library
Room: Third Floor Auditorium
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Lectures & Workshops
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Seats Remaining: 225
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NOT FINALIZED With more than eight hundred sprawling green acres in the middle of one of the world’s densest cities, Central Park is an urban masterpiece. Designed in the middle of the nineteenth century by the landscape architects Frederick Law O...