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Town residents with income of < 235% of the poverty level may call 860-665-8590 to schedule an appointment to register to use the food bank- one time per month.
Are you looking for help downloading an eBook? Are you wondering how to get started with our streaming services like Acorn TV? Do you need help with your smartphone or iPad? Call the library to schedule a one on one appointment with a librarian! Appointments will be held through Zoom.
Join Chef Rob Scott as he reveals how to bake this delicious treat. A video link & the recipe will be available on the Adult’s Events page beginning the day of the program. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Join Tricia and Pete Halvordson, Master Gardeners and Composters from the UCONN Extension Center. Plants and gardens are healthier and more bountiful when rooted in fertile soil that provides an abundance of nutrients. Good soil is a function of several factors. These factors are influenced by location, soil composition and nutrients. Some ways that gardeners will supplement these factors are by providing adequate water, aerating the soil and adding nutrients. In this presentation they will discuss a way of providing nutrients.
These sessions will be followed with a live Q&A to discuss any questions about compost and gardening. Registration is required. Prior to the programs you will receive an invitation to the Zoom meeting. This program will also be available as a recorded program to view, after the live presentation.
Co-Sponsored by Newington Friends of the Library and the Rocky Hill, Berlin and Wethersfield Libraries.
Facebook is a great resource for keeping connected with friends, family, and the things that interest you! Learn how to create a Facebook account, navigate important features, and explore the many ways Facebook helps keep you connected to the people and topics you care about. The recording will be available on the library’s website on the day of the program.