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Thursday, February 9th, 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 teens in grades 6-12. Japanese snacks always served.
Join us for a screening of Noragami: Stray God, a supernatural high-school comedy revolving around Yato, a homeless god. He doesn't even have a shrine, let alone any worshippers! From finding lost kittens to overcoming school bullies, Yato is divinely intervening all over the place!
Due to the inclement weather, Itty Bitty Babies has been canceled for this afternoon. If you have any questions, please call the Children's Room at 203-284-6436. We hope to see you all next week!
Thursday, February 2nd & 9th, 3:00-4:30 p.m. in the Collaboratory
In this two-part program, you’ll design your own stencil in Silhouette Studio then use the stencil and art supplies to transfer your design to a piece of wood. Basic computer skills required. Experience with Silhouette Studio software preferred.
Open to adults and teens in grades 9 and above.
Saturday, February 4th, 1:00-3:00 p.m. in the Collins Room
Science, Technology, Astronomy, Robotics!
The purpose of STAR is to excite students about science, mathematics, and technology. This free club is open to all Wallingford students in grades K-12. Beginners always welcome and new members can join at any time. Registration is encouraged for each meeting.
Wednesday, February 1st 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.
Saturday, February 4th at 2:00 p.m. in the Community Room
This acclaimed film focuses on how our government institutions have shaped and created race, giving different groups vastly unequal life chances. From court systems called upon to determine who was white to government policies and subsidies that created segregated suburbs, the movie reveals how ordinary social institutions quietly channel wealth and opportunity so that white people benefit from a racist system without personally being racist. After the film, join us for a welcoming and empowering discussion of how these political legacies shape our own communities, and the strategies that empower and inspire us to respond.
Co-sponsored by SURJ New Haven.