Thursday, August 26th at 6:30
Registration begins August 1st
Join us for a fun, casual evening of ice cream, music, and socializing before school starts!
We'll have the famous Ice Cream Emergency truck, which will feature a Super Sundae Bar that includes:
- Choice of 6 ice cream flavors!
- 8 sweet and crunchy toppings bar (Rainbow and Chocolate
Sprinkles, Mixed Nuts, M&Ms, Peanut M&Ms, Gummy Bears,
Sour Patch Kids, Oreo Cookie Crumble)!
- 4 sauces (Hot Fudge, Chocolate, Peanut Butter and Caramel)!
- Whipped cream and maraschino cherries!
Bring a few friends and relax before the school year begins!
This will be a fun, outdoor event for whole the family to enjoy!
If you would like to hang out on the library lawn that night, please bring your own chair or blanket!
Acoustic Guitar Under the Stars
Thursday, September 9th at 6:30
Registration begins August 15th
Peter Biedermann is a solo fingerstyle instrumental guitarist based in Green Valley, AZ that has been performing since the mid 70's and will once again play in the Torrington Library. While the music doesn't settle in to any genre per se, it is a hybrid, contemporary style that melds elements of European and American folk with blues and jazz shadings; underpinned by ambient electronics and looping. PB began focusing on performing original music starting in the mid 80's. PB will be focusing on performing new pieces as well as material from his latest live recording 'Say What?' on a variety of guitars in unique tunings. The concert program encourages questions from the audience and will include some of the history and evolution of steel string guitar playing. Fans of fellow guitarists Alex de Grassi, John Martyn, Pierre Bensusan, Bert Jansch and John Renbourn will enjoy this music. Go to www.biedermannmusic.comfor more info. CD's will be for sale after the concert.
Library Events Taking Place 11am-1pm
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The first annual Litchfield Hills Creative Festival is Saturday, August 14th in downtown Torrington. Organized by the NWCT Arts Council in collaboration with local arts organizations and artists.
The Creative Festival will celebrate the abundance of creative energy in the Northwest corner. There will be artist vendors on Franklin Plaza, and live music & performances in Coe Park (sponsored by Red Room Sound Studio & the Warner Theatre). There will be creative activities for all ages!
Free & open to the public. Rain date: Saturday, August 21st.
Thursday, September 2nd at 6:00pm
Zoom Event! Register here!
The AAA Retire program was established in 2003 as anon-affiliated member benefit exclusively for AAA Members. Subsequently it has been adopted as a benefit for community libraries, adult education facilities and Senior Centers. The program provides an overview of Social Security retirement benefits for single, married, widowed and divorced beneficiaries. The topics discussed provide attendees information on how to:
Attendees receive valuable information on strategies to plan their retirement and navigate the Social Security system. In addition, resources on how to get maximum Social Security retirement benefits, coordinate Social Security with other assets or income to successfully and confidently transition into retirement.
Thursday, August 12th at 6:30
Registration begins August 1st
Join this duo for an evening of oldies classics. It will be a musical trip down memory lane, featuring the music of The Beatles, Van Morrison, CCR, The Eagles and more.
The program is held on the Library front lawn. Please bring your own chair or blanket. You may also bring your own refreshments. Bathrooms will be available for program attendees. Masks and socially distancing required. Limited to 75 attendees. if you have any questions, please call the library at 860.489.6684.
Attendance at juvenile programs is limited to children of the age group for which the program is intended and their caregivers.