Thursday, April 6th, 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Community Room
Calling all Otaku! If you love anime and manga, this is where you need to be. Open to all teens in grades 6-12. Japanese snacks always served.
Come and watch some episodes of Buddy Complex! When ordinary high school student Aoba Watase is suddenly targeted by a giant robot known as a "Valiancer," he is saved by his mysterious classmate Hina Yumihara. After revealing that she and their robotic enemy are from the future, Hina suddenly propels Aoba 70 years forward in order to prevent his death.
Wednesday, April 5th at 6:30 p.m. in the Collaboratory
Check out our collection of board games and learn how to play one!
Meets the first and third Wednesday of the month. Open to adults and teens. No registration necessary.
Tuesday, April 4th, 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the Community Room
With more than 825 statewide miles of public hiking trails, Connecticut Forest and Park Association is dedicated to connecting people to the land in order to protect forests, parks, walking trails, and open spaces in Connecticut for future generations. Learn more about CFPA, Connecticut’s longest-standing land conservation organization from Education Director Emma Kravet.
And let New England National Scenic Trail Poet-in-Residence, David Leff, transport you onto the New England Trail as he presents, “Hiking by Poetry along the New England Trail from Tidewater to the Hanging Hills and Beyond.”
And finally, find out more about the benefits of hiking, get more information about hiking clubs and groups, lists of guided hikes, maps of local trails for every level of ability, and how to hike safely.
This program is part of the Gray-Wulff Environmental Series.
Thursday, March 30th at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room
Come learn more about Wallingford from a panel of folks from across the community who will share brief stories of Wallingford. Then join Barbara Ganley and Community Expressions in a series of story circle rounds to learn about how stories can bring us together, build trust and belonging, and lead to powerful insights.
This program is for all adults and young adults in our community who wish to know more about the power of story to foster belonging, to build community, and to inspire engagement and action. All are welcome--tellers and listeners--and no prior storytelling experience is necessary.
** Funding for this program was provided by the James H. Napier Foundation.**
Bring a favorite dish to share.
Registration is highly recommended.