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Author Talk: Farms, Factories, and Families: Italian American Women of Connecticut
Basics of Immigration and the Path to Citizenship Informational Session
Summer Music Series: Latin, Jazz, and Standards
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Anthony Riccio will share the stories of Italian immigrant women who moved to Connecticut between the early to mid-twentieth century.
Staff members from Catholic Charities Migration, Refugee, and Immigration Services are Board of Immigration Appeals certified and will provide an overview of most recent changes to immigration and citizenship process. This is a combined effort of the New Britain Public Library, Literacy Volunteers of Central Connecticut, and Catholic Charities. For additional information, please contact the Information Desk at (860)224-3155 ext. 125.
Sam Kimble and Joe Donato will kick off the summer music series with a Latin-rhythm inspired program. Sam is a retired music therapist and Joe is a retired band director who taught at Avon High School.
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