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June 17, 2021, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ The Buttonwood Tree
Andrew Prue leads our Buttonwood drum circle, welcoming all persons.
We encourage you to bring your own drum, and have some extras on hand if you don’t. Andrew brings shakers, tambourines, all sorts of percussion instruments, so don’t be shy, just come for fun!
We will be meeting on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays, at the Green on the corner of Main and Grand Street, just north of The Buttonwood Tree, in the same block.
Parking is on Main Street (meters go until 6 pm), or at the CHC building.
There is a $5 suggested donation to help support TBT and this program.
While CDC rules have changed, masks not needed outdoors and the social distancing requirement lifted, we still care about everyone’s safety and ask participants to sign in. If you have any symptoms of Covid or have been exposed to it, please do not attend. We are graciously granted this space by the Community Health Center and the Deliverance Haven Church, our thanks to them!
June 17, 2021, 11:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Join us for our 136th Strawberry Festival. All homemade shortcakes served with real whipped cream & native strawberries. Take out, drive thru, limited outdoor dining.
June 17, 2021, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Online
Russell Library presents weekly opportunities to network with other job seekers, as well as receive the advice of professionals. The focus will be on the job market and provide updated industry information during this uncertain time of COVID19. The Job and Career Group hosts virtual workshops and a weekly networking session via WebEX. You will need to download WebEx to attend.
Registration is required.
Questions? Bob Carlson email@example.com or Christy Billings firstname.lastname@example.org
This group is possible from a City of Middletown Block Grant, Liberty Bank Foundation Grant, and The Family of Thomas J. Regan.
June 17, 2021, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Mystery! is a Russell Library-run book club for mystery lovers.The book group discusses a new mystery novel every month.
The group meets on Thursdays at 3pm, the last Thursday of the month (or, if Russell is closed at that time, the latest Thursday in the month that we’re open). All meetings are on Zoom until July 2021, when our July 29th meeting will switch to in person at Russell Library in Meeting Room 2. Books are available at the Circulation desk. New attendees please register below to receive the Zoom link. After June 2021, you do not need to register.
Questions? Contact Amy Slowik.
Click Here to See the List of Upcoming Mystery! Books.
June 17, 2021, 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM @ Offsite
Join Russell Library and our friends from QPlus as we learn how to make Zines with a focus on the positive messages and self affirmations at at Crystal Lake in McCutcheon Park.
For young people age 13 - 20.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions and to ensure everyone's safety we request that all families follow our Outdoor 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.
Directions: Here is a link to the location of the City Park in google maps: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Crystal Lake Park, Middletown, CT email@example.com,-72.6395091,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xe18adeb53786e13e!8m2!3d41.5145974!4d-72.6395091
From Randolph Road (Route 155), turn south onto Millbrook Road. Follow Millbrook Road for 1.5 miles and take a right onto Livingston Road. After 0.2 miles, take the first right off Livingston Road into McCutcheon Park!
https://www.middletownct.gov/DocumentCenter/View/2583/Middletown-Trail-Guide-PDF (Pg 31-33)
Q Plus is grassroots, community-based, youth-led, and (at least for now) volunteer-run. We are a group of teens, young adults, and older adult supporters. We work to create more youth accessible spaces, uplift youth voices, and empower youth, through programs like open mics, “adulting crash course” workshops, game nights, support groups, and GSA meetups. Our overall goal is to create space for queer youth to be authentically and entirely themselves. Every event and program we create is born of a need identified by queer young people, rather than suggested by adults. Our plan is to continue changing and evolving as the needs of queer youth continue to change and evolve. For more information on QPlus, please check out their website: https://qplusct.wixsite.com/qplusct