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‘One Town, One Book, Our Town’ underway at KML


KENT–Kent Memorial Library invites the community to see what makes small town life so special. It is offering free copies of the play “Our Town” to Kent residents as part of “One Town, One Book, Our Town.” Patrons are invited to the library to get a raffle ticket for a special giveaway. The community read will conclude with a special program, in conjunction with Sharon Playhouse, March 24. The raffle will be drawn at the program and the winner will receive tickets to “Our Town on Broadway, opening the fall. Kids and teens will also have their own program and prizes. For more information, call 860-927-3761 or email

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