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  1. Heatsmart Middletown (Zoom Webinar)

    October 27, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Virtual

    Improve Home Comfort with HeatSmart Middletown We all know that home improvement decisions can be confusing. Let the HeatSmart experts guide you through the process. Learn about: What steps can help improve home efficiency Which EnergizeCT incentives are available to you How various new energy efficient heating and cooling technologies work and which ones might be best for your home Join us for this 4-part series to help you increase your home’s energy efficiency, save money on your energy bills, and improve your home’s comfort. These sessions will all start with a presentation and then provide an opportunity for questions and dialogue…. Participants who attend 3 or more of the sessions will be entered into a raffle drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card. October 13 Introduction to the HeatSmart Program – 15 minutes The HeatSmart team will introduce you to the many benefits of participating in this free program supported by the City of Middletown. October 20 Home Energy Audits (HES) – 30 minutes Learn about the ins and outs of getting a home energy evaluation and how this simple visit can save you hundreds of dollars a year. October 27 Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP) – 30 minutes Want to upgrade your heating and cooling system? Wish your home was more comfortable in the summer and winter? An air source heat pump might be just what you’re looking for. Learn about these systems and why they’re so much more efficient than traditional heating and cooling systems. November 3 Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP) – 30 minutes In the last session, you will learn about ground source heat pumps, commonly known as geothermal, and the advantages of this type of system. Questions? Christy Billings cbillings@russelllibrary.org or Deb Pace deb@pacecleanenergy.org

  2. Monster Slime!

    October 27, 2021, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Activity Room, In person: onsite

    Let's Monster Mash some ingredients together to create squishy, gooey monster slime! We will provide all supplies, so a love of slime is all you need to join in the fun at the library! This event will take place, weather permitting, on the patio in front of the activity room. For ages 6 - and up! Registration is required as supplies are limited. Due to Covid-19 restrictions and to ensure everyone's safety we request that all families follow our In Person event guidelines: We ask that you stay 6 feet away from other families for your safety, as well as the safety of others. If any member of your household is not feeling well, has a fever, or is quarantining, we ask that you and your family stay home. For any portions of our events that are indoors, you may be required to wear a mask, depending on current city building guidelines. If you have any questions, please contact us at kidsdept@russelllibrary.org This event is sponsored by the Friends of Russell Library.

  3. Beyond the Gravestone: Researching Death Records in Connecticut (Virtual)

    October 27, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM @ Virtual

    Your ancestor’s death is part of their story. Join us on Wednesday, October 27th at 7 pm for an online presentation about resources that can help you document your ancestor’s death, including death records, gravestone transcriptions, church records, burial transit permits, and more. Presenter Bryna O’Sullivan, a Middletown based professional genealogist and French-to-English genealogical translator, will focus on Connecticut records; however, the principles being covered can be used to research ancestors from other states. Please register online. You will receive a link to join the Zoom meeting approximately 2 hours before the program begins. Funded by the Friends of Russell Library. For additional information, please call the Russell Library at (860) 347-2520.

  4. Heatsmart Middletown (Zoom Webinar)

    October 27, 2021, 7:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Virtual

    Improve Home Comfort with HeatSmart Middletown We all know that home improvement decisions can be confusing. Let the HeatSmart experts guide you through the process. Learn about: What steps can help improve home efficiency Which EnergizeCT incentives are available to you How various new energy efficient heating and cooling technologies work and which ones might be best for your home Join us for this 4-part series to help you increase your home’s energy efficiency, save money on your energy bills, and improve your home’s comfort. These sessions will all start with a presentation and then provide an opportunity for questions and dialogue…. Participants who attend 3 or more of the sessions will be entered into a raffle drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card. October 13 Introduction to the HeatSmart Program – 15 minutes The HeatSmart team will introduce you to the many benefits of participating in this free program supported by the City of Middletown. October 20 Home Energy Audits (HES) – 30 minutes Learn about the ins and outs of getting a home energy evaluation and how this simple visit can save you hundreds of dollars a year. October 27 Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP) – 30 minutes Want to upgrade your heating and cooling system? Wish your home was more comfortable in the summer and winter? An air source heat pump might be just what you’re looking for. Learn about these systems and why they’re so much more efficient than traditional heating and cooling systems. November 3 Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP) – 30 minutes In the last session, you will learn about ground source heat pumps, commonly known as geothermal, and the advantages of this type of system.