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Could Community College Be Right For You? (Zoom) (Dec. 6 @ 6:30 PM)

Interested in learning more about advancing your career and/or professional goals through education? Join us to hear from the Connecticut Community Colleges about the enrollment process (Admissions, Financial Aid, and more), campus life, and everything community colleges have to offer. You must provide your email address at registration to receive the Zoom link. Read more >

Korean Popular Culture and its Effects for Teens and Adults (Zoom) (Dec. 16 @ 3:00 PM)

In the lecture, we will introduce Korean popular culture, what it means conceptually, historically, and practically, and what kind of influence it will have. This program is part of the NEA Big Read Interior Chinatown, in partnership with Eastern CT State University. Presented by Dr. Yeojin “Julie” Kim, Associate Professor of Department of Communication, East Asian Studies Coordinator, Central Connecticut State University. Please register to receive the Zoom information to join. Read more >

Opera Talk: A Spin on ‘The Hours’ (Virtual)(Tue., Dec 6th @ 1:00 PM)

No, this will not be an introduction to the Metropolitan Opera’s production of “The Hours” by Kevin Puts. Instead, Jeffrey Engel will offer a program of music centered around the element of time important to several works in the operatic, ballet and orchestral repertory.

This program may be recorded and shared. Be aware if you turn on your video and/or speak during the program, you may be recorded. Read more >

Caregiver Support Group/Healing Hearts (Senior Center)(Wed., Dec 7th @ 1:30 PM)

If you are a caregiver or are coping with the loss of a loved one, we invite you to join us at 1:30 pm on the first Wednesday of each month at the Bloomfield Senior Center. Assuming responsibility for the care of a family member with health or memory problems often begins with the challenge of learning our way through the healthcare system. Sadly, but not infrequently, it progresses to learning about the grief process. It often helps to talk and share with others who have had similar experiences.
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