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Explore a different culinary spice each month. We’ll provide a small FREE take-home kit, which will include a small sample of the spice, recipes and information, and the history of each featured spice. Call to reserve your kit. Supplies are limited.
Treat your shelf (see what we did there!) and join the Children’s Winter Reading Program! Beginning on Friday, February 3, registration will be available online. A Winter Reading Log will be posted on the library’s website. Once registered, you may print the log from home or come in to pick up a copy. When the log is completed, please visit the Children’s department to claim your reward. This reading program is for all children up to 6th grade. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
We continue with our winter reading theme Reading is a Treat. We will start with a story then make edible cookie trucks. Kids in grades K – 2 may register beginning February 22. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Treat yourself to a good book (or graphic novel)! The Teen Winter Reading program will run from Feb 3 to March 11. Teens can register online and print a Teen Bingo Board to participate. Print copies will be available at the Adult Information Desk as well. More info will be offered online!
Wednesdays for 10 weeks beginning March 1st from 10:30am—11:15am
We have partnered with Roba Physical Therapy to proved a balance & strength class to help decrease your risk of falling
and risk of injury, and to keep you healthy and mobile! Fee is $15 for 10 classes. Class size is limited so register early!
To register call 860-665-8778 or visit myactivecenter.com
Senior & Disabled Center Cafeteria
Newington Senior & Disabled Center