Upcoming Trumbull Library Events
Trumbull Main Library
Libraries Closed – Mon. July 3 & Tues. July 4 – Independence Day Holidays!
Henna Tattoo Workshop for Middle and High School. Mon. July 10, 3:30 - 5:30pm. Jamilah Henna Creations presents the history of henna motifs and how to apply them, for a beautiful temporary design. Jamilah will also paint a design just for you, if you wish! Free. Details online. Space limited; register early.
Environment & Modern Agriculture. Ethical Choices Series #1. Tues. July 11, 6:30 – 8pm. 1st of 3 programs designed to help us make thoughtful and responsible food choices. Explore how raising farmed animals and related crops affect ecosystems and our health. Also, examine alternative choices that can help protect our environment. Register. Free. Details online.
Book Club for Grades 6 and Up. Wed. July 12, 5:30 – 6:15pm. July’s title is The Last Boy at St. Edith’s by Lee Gjertsen Malone. 7th grader Jeremy Miner is the only boy left after the St. Edith’s brief experiment in co-education, and he desperately wants to get out. He decides to get expelled by pulling a series of pranks together with his best friend Claudia…?! Nutmeg nominee! 1st 10 registrants get copy. Discussion, snacks & activity.
AARP Drivers Safety Course. Sat. July 15, 10 am – 2pm. The nation's first classroom refresher for motorists, with trained instructors and no tests. Course materials supplied. Completion certificate for possible insurance premium discount. Details online. Register. $15 for members (bring your card!), $20 for nonmembers, by check or cash at the door.
Social Security Explained. Tues. July 18, 6:30 - 7:30pm. Find out the best time to start receiving Social Security benefits, the strategies to maximize benefits, and coordinate with your spouse. Rebecca Miller will help you avoid the most common mistakes, and discuss special rules for single, divorced and survivor benefits. Led by Ms. Miller and the Society for Financial Awareness. Free. Register.
The Panama Canal. Tues. July 25, 6:30 – 7:30pm. Learn about the Canal's history, construction, and operation through photographs. Local resident Hank Banville will share his engineering and travel experiences. Free. Registration suggested.
Check out our website at www.trumbullct-library.org for details, see upcoming events from the home page, and register online. 203-452-5197.