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Hybrid Meeting: MUNICIPAL BUILDING COMMON COUNCIL CHAMBER -and- Remotely via WebEx WebEx.com Join a Meeting Event # 2345 631 5742 Password: Middletown or Dial 408-418-9388 Access Code: 2345 631 5742; NOTE: if calling from a phone, please press *3 to activate hand raise function
Remote via WebEx
City Hall, 245 deKoven Drive, Room 208
Youth Services Bureau, 51 Green Street
remote via WebEx
In-person at 61 Durant Terrace OR remote only via WebEx
Come play with us at the Library! Join us each week on Thursday mornings to connect with other families and explore the power of play. A variety of toys will be out for free play including building materials, crafts, sensory toys and imaginative play.
The activities we have planned are aimed at children age 1-5, and a caregiver, but all ages are welcome!
Registration for each session is required (and will close when the event begins). Space is limited, so please let us know how many people will be in your party (all young people any caregivers = the number of people attending.)
We know family schedules can change from week to week, so please register for each Thursday session you plan to attend!
This program is made possible though the generosity of the Friends of the Russell Library!
Find out more about how you can support them here: https://russelllibrary.org/friends-of-the-library/
Long-term care is necessary for a lot of people. But long-term care is very expensive in Connecticut. In fact, Connecticut’s long-term care costs are the 2nd highest in the U.S.! You’ve likely heard horror stories of people losing their houses to pay for care. Or about nursing home costs being over $13,000 per month. Come learn the truth from an experienced elder law attorney. You’ll walk away understanding how you can properly protect your life savings. You’ll also learn about Medicaid and how it can help you pay for long-term care costs. Medicaid’s confusing rules, what it takes to apply, who can help you complete an application, and much more will be discussed. We’ll also cover strategies to protect your money if an unforeseen crisis arises.
Join Sarah Thibodeau and Lisamarie Postell, from Healthy Futures of Middlesex Hospital for an interactive, fun sensory harvest!
This program is for families with children ages 0-6.
For more information contact: Sarah Thibodeau at 860-358-4087.
United States Poet Laureate and winner of the 2022 Academy of American Poets Leadership Award, Joy Harjo, joins us for a chat about her most recent memoir, Catching the Light and to discuss her rewarding lifetime as a writer and poet.
Click here to register. If you cannot make the time or date, don't worry! All online author talks are recorded for on-demand viewing after the event.
Do you love to doodle or draw? Or are you interested in learning? Join Ms. Stephanie for a doodle and draw workshop, no matter your skill level! There will be guided exercises and free drawing as well.
All materials will be provided, just bring your creativity.
This activity is intended for young people ages 10 (please remember an adult must remain in the building if the child participating is 11 or under).
Registration is recommended. Registration is for those who intend to participate.
City Hall -- Room 208
City Hall, Room B-12 OR conference call