COVID-19 Information Sessions
Presented by Charlotte Hungerford Hospital
Thursday, February 11th at 10am OR
Wednesday, February 17th at 6:00pm
Register for one session by clicking here.
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital and the Torrington Library are pleased to present a virtual community conversation about the COVID-19 vaccine. Hear from trusted experts fact-based insights regarding the vaccine and how local health officials are working to distribute the vaccine efficiently within our community. There will be a question and answer segment at the end of the overview. Presented by Charlotte Hungerford Hospital with Dr. Paul Scalise, Brian Mattiello, and John Capobianco. Please register for ONE of the two available sessions by clicking here!
Presented by AAA
Thursday, March 18th at 6:30
Registration begins March 1st
Since the invention of the ‘horseless carriage’, some type of identifier has appeared on cars. And as unlikely as it may seem, car license plates have been influenced by technology, culture, and current events over the last 100 years, offering a glimpse into our country’s past. Here’s a very brief look at our license plate history, ending with a fun game Hello
"Bright Soups and Satisfying Salad" Virtual Cooking Class/Demo
Thursday, March 4th at 6:30
Registration begins February 15th
Officially, March is the beginning of Spring as well as the month for “springing forward” with daylight savings time but forecasts predict extended cold climates for the northeast. Join Chef Renee as she teaches us how to make healthy, colorful, and tasty food to celebrate the dawning of Spring. Along with the cooking demo, participants will receive a recipe e-booklet and short video demo inside the book.
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.