10/28/08

Make Your Home More Energy Efficient!

Join HCH Library for a FREE program on saving energy!

Representatives from Connecticut Light & Power are presenting a program titled
"Energy Matters" at the Henry Carter Hull Library on
Thursday, November 6, 2008 at 6:30 pm.

Participants will be able to find out how to lower utility bills, conserve energy, and help out the environment. Registration is required for this free program by calling (860) 669-2342.

For more information, please visit www.hchlibrary.org.

10/23/08

Our Town One Read African Music and Dance Celebration

Our Town One Read
African Music and Dance Celebration


Join our community read program and learn more about African culture with a unique African music and dance celebration

This is the culminating event for the
Our Town One Read
Diamonds in the Shadow

Sunday, November 2, 2008 at 2 pm
The Morgan School Auditorium
27 Killingworth Turnpike
Admission is FREE

Fun for the entire family!

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

10/20/08

Roundtable and Presentation on Local Refugees

Roundtable and Presentation
on Local Refugees


Join us at The Henry Carter Hull Library for a lively presentation and discussion by Chris George, the executive director of Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services (IRIS) in New Haven, CT


Wednesday, 10/22/08 at 7:00 p.m.






This program is FREE and NO registration is required.

An OUR TOWN ONE READ Program

The Henry Carter Hull Library
10 Killingworth Tpke
Clinton, CT 06413
860-669-2342
http://www.hchlibrary.org/

10/15/08

Free Movie: HOTEL RWANDA, Thurs. 10/16/08, 7pm



Reminder:
FREE Movie at The Henry Carter Hull Library

HOTEL RWANDA

Thursday, Oct. 16th, 2008
7:00 p.m.
in the HCH Library Community Room

Exit 63 off I-95
The Henry Carter Hull Library
Clinton, CT


Discussion to follow the movie.

Popcorn!

10/1/08

The vote is in! HCH Library 9th in the Nation for 2008!

The Henry Carter Hull Library is pleased to announce that it has been rated
NINTH IN THE COUNTRY
for towns with populations of 10,000 to 25,000 people.

HCH Library is ranked SECOND in the state of Connecticut overall
after Darien Public Library in Fairfield County.

These ratings are based on Hennen's American Public Library Ratings
(http://www.haplr-index.com/index.html).

The HCH Library is proud to be nationally ranked for the fourth year in a row, and we thank the patrons and staff for our excellent standings!