Current Events (virtual program)

Online (Zoom)

This is a freewheeling discussion of current affairs, culture, and anything else on our minds. There are never any shortage of topics to explore, and opinions to voice. Plan on about an hour or so of conversation and debate, organized by Avon residents. Please register and a Zoom link will be sent to you before the […]

(Virtual event) Seniors and Isolation: Keeping Seniors Engaged

Online (Zoom)

Loneliness and social isolation in older adults puts them at a higher risk of dementia and other serious medical conditions. Join Heather Hitchcock, Community Education Manager at Bristol Behavioral Health to learn how to take steps to combat these conditions. Co-sponsored by The Avon Senior Center, The Bloomfield Public Library, and The Canton Public Library. […]


Virtual Film Discussions: Best of 2020’s

Online (Zoom)

In Case You Missed Them: Some Great Films from the 2020’s  Discussions will take place on Zoom at 7:00 pm.   View the films at home (check for options) and join us for a Zoom discussion. November 28, Parallel Mothers, 2021, Directed by Pedro Almodovar.  Two women meet in a hospital room where they are […]

Morning Book Club: Miss Benson’s Beetle (In-Person Event)

Atrium, First Floor Reference Area 281 Country Club Road, Avon, Connecticut

Join the Morning Book Club to talk about Miss Benson's Beetle by Rachel Joyce. Two women embark on a quest to the other side of the world in search of a childhood obsession. Copies of the book and a reader's guide will be available to check out ahead of time at the Reference Desk. Learn […]

(In-Person)The Dressmakers of Prospect Heights: Author Event with Kitty Zeldis

Community Room 281 Country Club Road, Avon, CT

Join us for a moderated conversation with Kitty Zeldis to celebrate her newest novel! From the bestselling author of Not Our Kind, comes The Dressmakers of Prospect Heights, a new historical novel set-in turn of 20th century New York & New Orleans, about two women, their burgeoning friendship, and the secrets they hold. It is 1924 […]