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Join us for stories, songs, friends, and free play. Open to all ages with an emphasis on children 0-4 years. Siblings welcome. Registration suggested but NOT required, drop-ins welcome.
The weekly format will be:
10-10:15am free play
10:15-10:45am story time/songs
10:45-11am free play
A Service Navigator from Gilead Community Services will be available to help guide you through the complex and confusing Mental Health and Addiction System.
Join us as we chat with New York Times bestselling author Adam Alter about his new book Anatomy of a Breakthrough: How to Get Unstuck When It Matters Most.
Almost everyone feels stuck in some way. Whether you’re muddling through a midlife crisis, wrestling with writer’s block, trapped in a thankless job, or trying to remedy a fraying friendship, the resulting emotion is usually a mix of anxiety, uncertainty, fear, anger, and numbness. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Anatomy of a Breakthrough is the roadmap we all need to escape our inertia and flourish in the face of friction.
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.
Join a librarian from Russell Library at the Rec center (140 Wilderman's Way, Middletown, CT) for a fun family storytime followed by caregiver and child swimming activities!
Children must be accompanied by their caregiver while in the water, (please reach out to Nicholas.Dionne@middletownct.gov if you need accommodations regarding the swim portion)
The activities we have planned are aimed at ages 2 - 5 years old.
Registration is required and space is limited. Please register at: Middletown Recreation