History of UFO’s in Connecticut: Past and Present. Michael Panicello, the state director of the Connecticut UFO network will present some of the current and historical UFO sightings in the State of Connecticut, as well as, in the surrounding area, on Wednesday, February 21 at 6:30 PM. People are often amazed to hear that Connecticut has a rich history of unknown UFO sightings and events. He will look at some of these cases and explain why they are unknown and what makes them excellent examples of potential non-humanoid, not of this world, crafts. In addition, there will be an open forum for people to discuss any UFO sightings they would like to document for the historical record.
Weekly story/playgroup for ages 2 to 5. We share one story, followed by a quick craft, then break out the toys! Sign up requested; contact Mrs. B at the library, or Miss Laurel at the Birch Grove Family Resource Center.
Reading therapy dog Vinny will be at the library to listen to young readers who need to practice their read aloud skills. Children may be signed up for 15-minute blocks of time with the dog; call 860-871-3620 or contact Mrs. B to save your space with Vinny! This will be Vinny's last visit to the library: he is retiring!
The library's 7th annual teen Poetry Slam, for ages 12 to 18, will be held in the main library program room. Teens poetry writers who would like to enter may find the rules and sign up forms on the web site of the Tolland Public Library Foundation; forms may be returned to the library or THS English teachers or librarian. This event is sponsored by the Foundation.