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  1. Make Music Day

    June 21, 2021, 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM @ The Buttonwood Tree

    Event Description Welcome to Make Music Day! This will be a showcase of local talent from all over CT. We have a lot going on this day, so come, enjoy, and bring your friends! Live music and author book signing. New store items, books, and art will also be for sale. There will be a book signing from 12 – 2pm showcasing authors Bill Katz and Linda Mercier.

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Russell Library

  1. Job and Career Workshop: Networking in the New Normal with Kathy McAfee (online)

    June 21, 2021, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM @ Online

    Russell Library Job and Career presents Networking in the New Normal Connecting and Thriving in the Post-pandemic World of Work with Kathy McAfee, America's Marketing Motivator Monday, June 21, 2021 from 11:30am-1:30pm EDT Everyone knows that networking is essential part of the job search process. In fact, studies continue to confirm that the lion share of professional positions and jobs are secured through networking and referrals, not job boards. But during the pandemic, job seekers have been limited in their ability to do in-person networking and interviewing. We’ve all had to learn new skills and to get more comfortable with virtual networking and interviewing. How can you leverage these new abilities in order to stand out and secure new opportunities as we enter into the “new normal”? In this special virtual session at Russell Library, you will gain insights, inspiration and motivation to help you network and connect in the post pandemic work world. In this nuts-and-bolts session, you’ll gain networking tips and tricks to help you be more successful in your job search and beyond, including how to: Be more fearless and intentional when your network Get more comfortable and confident when you network virtually Communicate more concisely who you are and what you are seeking Power up your video presence and project confidence and professionalism on Zoom Turn new contacts into meaningful connections more quickly And more! BONUS: Everyone show attends the virtual program will be gifted a digital copy of Kathy’s book, Networking Ahead: Get where you want to go by making powerful, professional connections About our Guest Speaker: Known as America’s Marketing Motivator, Kathy McAfee works with organizations to help them build more robust, diverse leadership pipelines, and with individual professionals who want to be known as experts in their fields. Through her coaching, training, and speaking services, Kathy helps people build more meaningful careers, stronger personal brands, and successful businesses and teams. She is the author of multiple business books, including Networking Ahead, and the creator of The Fearless Leader program. As a champion of diversity, equity and inclusion, Kathy focuses her energy and influence on empowering women and "hidden leaders" to reach higher levels of leadership and success in the business world and beyond. Kathy is originally from California and lived in Connecticut for 15 years. She and her husband Byron recently relocated to Greenville, South Carolina. Learn more about Kathy at her website: Connect with Kathy on LinkedIn: