Twain and the Supernatural
Thursday, January 23rd at 6:30
Registration begins January 1st
When it comes to Mark Twain most Americans are familiar with his stories of boyhood adventures and the mighty Mississippi River. Few know his interest in the supernatural. During his life spiritualism was sweeping through America and he got caught up in the craze. Through his actual writings on the topic come and learn about his interest and experiences with the supernatural and spiritualism. Presented by Jason Scappaticci.
Thursday, January 16th at 6:30
Registration beings January 2nd
Join Jack Lynn as he performs all the tunes of Dean Martin, and many of his Rat Pack era buddies, including Frank Sinatra, Nat Cole, Perry Como, Elvis Presley and more. Complete with antidotes and a pretty good Dean Martin impression, Jack is sure to wow audiences and you'll leave tapping your toes!
Carla’s Pasta: An American Success Story
Thursday, January 9th at 6:30
Registration December 15th
It all began in Torino, Italy. There, as a young girl, Carla Squatrito fell in love with the art of pasta. She moved to the U.S. in 1968 for love, starting a journey that resulted in her business – a business based in Connecticut – becoming one of the largest filled-pasta companies in the world. This documentary features interviews with Carla and those who know and love her most: her family.
To Your Good Health- Presented by Community Health and Wellness
Thursday, February 6th at 6:00pm
Presented by Joann Orsatti, NP-C
It’s not uncommon these days for family members to be involved in caring for their aging parents. Come join us for an open discussion on helping families cope with their aging loved ones , We can explore some community resources , and share our own experiences. Questions are welcome! Register January 15th
Attendance at juvenile programs is limited to children of the age group for which the program is intended and their caregivers.