3rd TUESDAY of the month at 7:00PM - Grab your free copy of The Atlantic magazine at the Information Desk of the Noah Webster Library and join the library-sponsored discussion at 7:00pm on the third Tuesday of most months (Library Board Room, 20 South Main Street). All you need is a penchant for current affairs and thirst for lively discussion. Discussion facilitator is Pat Grynbaum.
ABOUT THE MAGAZINE: For more than 150 years, The Atlantic has given voice to some of the most provocative ideas of the time, from Henry David Thoreau's blunt naturalism to Martin Luther King's calls for justice. Today, The Atlantic's readership numbers 1.5 million, and the magazine maintains a commitment to publishing authors with interesting ideas who make a difference.
COMPLIMENTARY PRINT COPIES of The Atlantic are available through a generous grant from the Stanley D. and Hinda N. Fisher Foundation, administered by the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. At the beginning of each month, a copy of the magazine can be obtained at the Noah Webster Library Information Desk, main level (860-561-6990). Quantities are limited.
Starting time is 7:00pm and discussions last about 90 minutes. Note: Covered beverages and quiet snacks may be brought to the discussion (you may also bring something to share).
PARKING: Please park in the nearby nearby Isham Garage. Your parking will be validated at the library - bypass the parking kiosks in the garage. Come directly to the library with your license plate number and head straight for the Information Desk on the main level.
More information on The Atlantic discussion series, please call: 860.561-6959. The Atlantic discussion group runs until May 2020.
NOTE: The Atlantic magazine group replaces the previous The Week discussions.