Reminder: Author Event ~ Caroline B. Cooney, 9/25/08

Meet the Local Author
Caroline B. Cooney

As a kick-off for Clinton's Our Town One Read program, please join us for an exciting event!
Author Caroline B. Cooney will be at Andrews Memorial Town Hall to discuss and sign her new book,
Diamonds in the Shadow.

Thursday, Sept. 25th at 7:00 p.m.
at Andrews Memorial Town Hall
54 East Main Street, Clinton, CT

A Program in Cooperation with Clinton Youth and Family Services and the First Selectman’s Task Force on Substance Abuse

For more info, please visit The Henry Carter Hull Library's website at http://www.hchlibrary.org/

Let's Learn about Solar Energy!

Let's Learn about Solar Energy!
Representatives from SolarWrights of Guilford are giving a free solar energy presentation at the Henry Carter Hull Library Community Room on Thursday, October 2, 2008 at 6:30 pm.

Photovoltaics, solar hot water, solar space heating, and federal tax credits for greening your energy will be discussed.
This event is free and no registration is required for this program.

The Henry Carter Hull Library


"Picturing America" Art Series from The National Endowment for the Humanities

The Henry Carter Hull Library has been awarded a set of high quality Art Posters by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Look for a rotating display of these posters in the library's computer area on the second floor. Click to view some examples in the series.

About Picturing America

Great art speaks powerfully, inspires fresh thinking, and connects us to our past.
Picturing America, an exciting new initiative from the National Endowment for the Humanities, brings masterpieces of American art into classrooms and libraries nationwide. Through this innovative program, students and citizens will gain a deeper appreciation of our country’s history and character through the study and understanding of its art.

The nation’s artistic heritage—our paintings, sculpture, architecture, fine crafts, and photography—offers unique insights into the character, ideals, and aspirations of our country. Picturing America, a far-reaching new program from the National Endowment for the Humanities in cooperation with the American Library Association, brings this vital heritage to all Americans. By bringing high-quality reproductions of notable American art into public and private schools, libraries, and communities, Picturing America gives participants the opportunity to learn about our nation’s history and culture in a fresh and engaging way.

The program uses art as a catalyst for the study of America—the cultural, political, and historical threads woven into our nation’s fabric over time. Collectively, the masterpieces in Picturing America, used in conjunction with the Teachers Resource Book and program Web site, help students experience the humanity of history and enhance the teaching and understanding of America’s past.

About Picturing America from Humanities, September/October 2007, Volume 28/Number 5


Thank you Gala Committee and Patrons for the 11th Successful HCH Library Gala

Patrons, thank you so much for attending the 11th Annual Henry Carter Hull Library Gala.

Our gratitude goes to Gala library committee for improvising a very successful indoor Ball due to the impending Tropical Storm, Hanna.

The band, Groove Time did a tremendous job entertaining the crowd, the exciting Silent Auction bidding was competitive and fun, and good food from Cafe Allegre was enjoyed by all.

Click to View some photos of the event.