Prepare for the SAT with a free practice. Please bring a calculator and something to eat and drink during breaks. Pencils, coffee, and hot chocolate will be provided by the library.
For students in grades 11 and 12. Space is limited to 12. Please register.
The library will be closed Monday, Feb. 19th in recognition of Presidents’ Day.
3/14/17 at 6:30PM
Leaf Litter Critter Book Launch Party
Meet Litter Critters
with Author Leslie Bulion!
*Play critter games!
*Decorate worm and snail cookies!
*Get a bacteria tattoo!
Fun for the whole family!
Books will be available for purchase and Leslie will be happy to sign them.
Calling all French speakers! Expand your speaking skills by practicing the language in a welcoming atmosphere. Open to all levels of speakers. Facilitated by native French speaker Simone Howe. Meets monthly on the first Thursday of the month. Drop in.
Light refreshments will be served.
Tuesday, Feb. 20th at 7:30, we will be discussing Dead Anyway by Chris Knopf.
All are welcome.
Copies of the book are available at the library.
Join this fun, informal discussion group.
Teen Art Club (Tues., 2/20, 7-8 PM)
A different art project or craft every month! For our February meeting, we will make painted feathers.
For teens in grades 6 and up. Space is limited to 10. Please register.
Monday, March 5 at 6:30 p.m. Get into the St. Patrick’s Day Spirit! Celtic fiddler Deirdre McMorrow and guitarist/songwriter Paul Pender will be performing traditional Irish songs.
All ages welcome. Concert is free and open to the public. Registration requested but not required. Register online or by calling (860) 349-9544, ext. 1.
Wednesday, February 28 at 7:00 p.m.
Join Master Wildlife Conservationist Paul Benjunas from the Connecticut Department of Energy and the Environment (DEEP) for an educational talk highlighting Connecticut’s only native bear species and the state’s growing bear population. Ages 10 and up.
Registration requested. Register Online or by calling 860-349-9544, ext. 1
Free Online Career Assistance
JobNow™ provides library patrons with a host of services to help in every step of the job search process. Job coaches are available to help patrons with any and all job search-related questions. In addition to helping beginning job seekers pinpoint their desired career field, coaches can also provide constructive suggestions on resumes, help write a professional cover letter, and give live interview practice and feedback.
The link is available 24/7/365 in the library or from your home — click here or on the JobNow! icon on the left-hand side of the Library website home page.
Looking for a job? Use the Career Resources to begin your job search. Create your resume and get expert feedback. Prepare for your interview.
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Writing your resume? Begin by using one of the templates or the document builder in OptimalResume. Then use our Resume Lab to send it to a job coach and receive feedback and revisions to help strengthen your resume. FREE Online Career Assistance
Prepare for your interview. Read through our tips and connect with a live job coach to get ready for your interview.
Going back to school? Want to brush up on academic skills? Select “Adult Learners” from the menu to access GED prep, US Citizenship Test prep, resume assistance, Microsoft Office support, and Career Resources. Maestros en español disponible
Crazy 8’s Math Club Grades K-2 ( go here for grades 3-6)
Kids in grades K-2 are welcome to put their math skills to the test in fun games, puzzles, and other activities in this relaxed after school club!
Registration required. Limit 12.You are registering for all 7 classes.