Holiday Hours

We are open Saturday, April 20 from 9 am to 5 pm.

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STORYWALK®

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During the Month of April

Come on in to read the book, That's not a daffodil! by Elizabeth Honey.
StoryWalk® is a series of signs featuring sequential spreads from this children's book. The pages are spread throughout a space allowing a reader to follow along with the story by walking.

A series of panels will be displayed in the Cook Room all month. Many thanks to the Kiwanis Club of Meriden for loaning us the book.

Visita el Storywalk (Caminando por un cuento) en la Sala Cook durante el mes de abril

Quran Exhibition

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Saturday, April 20

10:00 - 1:00 in the Cook Room

Come to an educational, bridge building exhibit of the Holy Quran by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

Learn from peace-loving Muslims who live by 'love for all, hatred for none' and make new friends.

Look forward to seeing you.

Curious about working for the Census 2020?

Tuesday, April 30

1:00 - 3:00 or 5:00 - 7:00

The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring Census Takers to work in their communities. There are many great jobs available.

Stop into the library for one of these Information Sessions to learn more and how to apply.

Can't make it? Apply online at 2020 Census.

Dedication of Holocaust Collection

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May 1 at 6:15

We invite you to the dedication of the Temple B'nai Abraham World War II Holocaust collection and Holocaust remembrance Yom HaShoah observance.

The evening will start at 6:15 with refreshments in the Cook Room. Then we will move to the Griffin Room for the dedication and Yom HaShoah observance at 6:45.

The Temple B'nai Abraham gifted their multi-media Holocaust collection to our library to expand the collection. A valued resource for the community research and education.

Register by April 27 by clicking on Events or calling 203-630-6349 or 203-238-2346

Information Session for Platform to Employment

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Thursday, May 2 at 3:00

Workplace.org is looking for unemployed people to register for a 5 week development "bootcamp." The program is free for people who qualify:

  • out of work for 6 months
  • exhausted unemployment benefits
  • motivated to get back to work

The training is 5 weeks, 4 days a week and participants learn best practices on how to reenter the workforce, gain confidence and get empowered.

REGISTER:  May 2nd at 3:00

If you cannot make this session, you can learn more about Platform to Employment and apply online.

Resume Basics

Friday, May 3 at 2:00

Need Help with Your Resume?

You will learn how to make your resume your "brand". Salvatore Ferro, from the American Job Center, will talk about resumes and coverletters and how they fit with the online job resume. Bring in a current resume to compare what you have with what Salvatore discusses.

Sign up now and let your resume work for you.

 

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