All programs are virtual and presented via Zoom. You must register to receive login credentials.
January Grab and Go Adult Craft Kit!
Kits can be reserved beginning January 2nd by calling the library at 860.489.6684. Once your kit is reserved, simply stop into the library and grab your kit or call us when you arrive and we’ll bring it out to our curbside pickup table. Walk-ins are welcome, but supplies are limited to 36 kits. This kit includes a DIY Snowflake Scarf (no sewing experience necessary).
Basic Genealogy to Research Your Family History- Zoom Presentation
Thursday, January 7th at 6:30
Registration begins December 15th
This presentation by Eric Migdal of All Relative Genealogy, LLC covers basic genealogical practices on finding and recording information. It will showcase the places where information can be found to aid in the understanding of family history, including census, obituaries, marriage, death, birth and military records. You will learn how to gather the information from websites, such as Ancestry, Family Search and My Heritage, in order to build on one’s findings.
New York Underground
Thursday, January 14th at 6:30
Registration begins January 1st
Find out about the secret places under the streets of New York City that people don’t realize exist. Some of these include the Mole People who live in the tunnels of Grand Central Terminal, the secret tunnels of Chinatown, home to many gang wars, the great water system that lies beneath our feet, the perils involved in building the subways and vehicular tunnels, the beautiful art work that is displayed below ground, the special tunnel built by August Belmont for the Steinway Piano Company and many more fascinating things.
Fit as a Fiddle-Building Robust Immunity with Herbs
Zoom program presented by the Grounded Goodwife
Thursday, January 21st
Registration begins January 2nd
When your immune system is working properly, you don’t even notice it. But when it’s consistently protecting you from bacteria, viruses, and toxins, and removing foreign bodies and malignant cells from your system. Learn how to make berry health herbal tea blend, elderberry syrup, and more! We will provide a list of supplies so you can work alongside Ehris and Velya.
Understanding Your Best Friend-Your Dog!
Thursday, January 28th at 6:30
Registration begins January 2nd
Join Phil Klein, Certified Dog Listener, through Zoom to learn to think like your dog and ‘speak’ the language of canines. Learn the 4 key drivers of canine behavior, including the surprising cause of common issues like anxieties, toileting indoors, excessive barking, aggression, jumping, pulling, destructive chewing, etc. Learn the simple, dog-friendly changes in how to interact with your dog to transform its behavior in a kind, lasting way. In doing so, say goodbye to your dog’s behavioral challenges! And, say hello to a more enjoyable relationship with your calmer, happier dog! Have your questions ready for an informative, fun session!
Mask Update: Masks are required for all program attendees despite vaccination status.
Attendance at juvenile programs is limited to children of the age group for which the program is intended and their caregivers.