Essential Oils-Make and Take | Tuesday Jun 26, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.In conjunction with our very popular Essential Oils presentation, we will be holding a workshop where we will actually make products using essential oils. Maria Egidio, a natural wellness advocate, will instruct this free workshop and show participants how to make two very useful products that they can bring home with them. Click here to register.
Crafters Night Out- Celebrate Yourself Collage | Wednesday, June 27th at 6:30 p.m.
This collage is dedicated to you and only you. It will be a visual celebration of your life. As busy adults we tend to forget about our own interests. This project forces you to think about yourself. This will encourage you to reflect on your past, present, and even your future. It will be an interesting study of who you are. You can visualize how you have evolved from a child to an adult. Have fun with this. It's about reflection and creativity.
For further details and a list of ideas to include on this project, email firstname.lastname@example.org after confirmation of registration. Click here to register
60th Anniversary of Doris Day Filming | Saturday, June 30th at 2:00 p.m.
On June 30, 2018, Tyler City Station rail historian Robert Joseph Belletzkie will give a narrated video presentation with period newspaper articles, contemporary photographs and historical documents to commemorate the filming of It Happened to Jane. On this day exactly 60 years ago the Milldale railroad station became a movie set hosting Doris Day, Jack Lemmon, an aging steam locomotive, and a Hollywood film crew in the tale of a Maine lobster woman battling big railroad tycoon Ernie Kovacs; Ms. Day is the only surviving cast member, going strong at age 96 today. After the talk, all are invited to take the short drive for a brief tour of the 1892 depot which has been restored by the town as museum.
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SPECIAL CALL TO ANYONE WHO WAS THERE IN 1958! We would love to have more photos, memorabilia, reminiscences, etc. Phone 203-913-9630 or email email@example.com
Cozy Campers-A Pay it Forward Project |Wednesday, July 11th at 6:30 p.m. Please join us for the final session of this community service project to provide some very special campers with warm “no sew” fleece blankets. This project is co-sponsored by the Southington Public Library and Southington Community Services. These blankets will accompany campers who will attend the Salvation Army Camp to make their experience even more enjoyable. Click here to register.
Cooking the Books: Small Plates | Thursday, July 19th at 6:30 p.m. Do you enjoy browsing through cookbooks and trying new recipes? Do you enjoy tasting new dishes? Then grab your apron and join Southington Library's new cookbook club, Cooking the Books! Check out a Southington Library cookbook on January's topic, Small Plates: Snacks, Appetizers, & Tapas, and then spend some time experimenting with it. Come to the program on the date posted, ready to share a dish and discuss your experience. If your experiments yield disastrous results, that's okay! Bring it along, anyway!
Participants are encouraged to go green – please bring your own plate, utensils, and serving spoon. Dishes should arrive ready to eat as there is no kitchen facility on hand. Please also bring 16 copies of your recipe to share. Everyone who attends will receive a binder to store their cookbook club recipes. Registration begins Thursday, June 21st.