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Black Rock Event - Writers & Artists at Harborview

 Black Rock's Harborview Market will host its sixth literary event, Sunday, February 24th, at 3:00 pm.

Local authors  Corrine "Coco" Melvin and Charles Brilvitch will present their recently published books. Coco will read from and discuss New Beginnings and Charles Brilvitch will talk about The History of the Golden Hill Paugussett Tribe of Connecticut.

Janet Krauss is the moderator.

Food and drink will be available for purchase at Harborview Market, 218 Harborview Ave in the Black Rock section of Bridgeport.

The event is free and open to the public.

For more Black Rock events visit the Black Rock Community Blog at www.blackrockonline.org




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Comment balloon 2 commentsGail Robinson • January 28 2008 09:37AM



That ought to be a very interesting book indeed. The history of the Paugussett Tribe in CT is fascinating, so too are the histories of tribes around the Plymouth Colony. There is quite a bit of history available on the Paugussett Tribe, but to have it all in one book for the CT area indians, that would really be a worthwhile book. Lance

Posted by Lance Winslow (The Car Wash Guy) over 11 years ago
Lance - Charles Brilvitch is an amazing speaker as well as writer.  Once a year my non-profit, the Ash Creek Conservation Association hosts a New Neighbors Social at a local yacht club and Charles gives a talk about the history of Black Rock.  He was the former historian for the City of Bridgeport and has in-depth knowledge of many aspects of Bridgeport's history.
Posted by Gail Robinson, CRS, GRI, e-PRO Fairfield County, CT (William Raveis Real Estate) over 11 years ago

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