After reading your story (Enterprise, Jan. 21) about the Friends of the Hastings Library’s four-part series, “Dewey Does Adaptation: A Covid Sampler,” I was eager to attend the second installment, on Feb. 21, featuring the Hastings-based Angelica Women’s Chamber Choir. As a former choral singer, I was enchanted by a program that combined ethereal music with a discussion of the challenges of keeping a choir together during a pandemic.

I am now looking forward to the next event in the series, this Sunday, March 21, at 2 p.m. via Zoom, when the Friends present “A Doctor and a Lawyer Walk into a Pandemic.” Dr. Felise Milan of Irvington and attorney Steven Haber of Hastings will be discussing how they each have adapted their professional life to accommodate the constraints imposed by the coronavirus. This is another program I believe your readers won’t want to miss. Email HastingsLibraryEvent@gmail.com for the link. 

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