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COLUMBUS ANNUAL HERITAGE DINNER:

ANNUAL HERITAGE DINNER sponsored by the
Columbus Day Committee and the Town of
North Haven will be held on Wednesday,
October 8, 2014 at Anthonys Oceanview,
New Haven, CT from 6 PM to 10PM.
Tickets $50pp. No tickets sold at door.
Parade Marshalls are Ms. Phyllis Havens and
Mr. Luigi Nuzzolillo of North Haven.
Tickets call Paul 203-488-7571.
www.columbusdaynewhaven.org

COLUMBUS WEEKEND ACTIVITIES:

The BLESSING OF THE WREATHS will take place
on Saturday, October 11, 2014 at 11AM in
St. Michaels Church follow by procession
to the Christopher Columbus Statue in
Wooster Park and the placing of the Wreaths.

The COLUMBUS DAY PARADE will
step off at 1 PM on Sunday, October 12, 2014 in the
Town of North Haven, CT
www.columbusdaynewhaven.org

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The Book You Need to Crack Open for a Taste of the Real Hawaii!

Visit the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street,on Saturday, October 18 at 2:00 p.m. and meet author and scholar Lee A. Jacobus!

(The Hawaiian Islands) – When you think of Hawaii, the first images to come to mind are probably the glorious beaches and sunsets, tropical rain forests and hula dancers, but there’s a lot more to Hawaii than meets the casual eye. The islands are rich in centuries of history, a variety of cultures young and old, and a wealth of traditions.

Lee A. Jacobus, author of the new short story collection, Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes (Tell Me Press 2014, $14.95), made his first trip to the islands in 2001. As he conversed with the people he met, he felt compelled to write about the real Hawaii he had observed.

My stories are about people seeking some solace and joy, whether as tourists or as people whove lived in Hawaii all of their lives. The stories explore the moral center of their characters in their environment and focus, largely, on the inner lives of women and men, young and old, as they confront the realities and challenges of modern life in Hawaii, with all of the expectations and dreams that lead them, said Jacobus.

Jacobus insightful examination of his characters\\\' lives and aspirations is matched by his evocative use of language and the deft architecture of his storytelling. I closed the book with a better understanding of the costs, as well as the dividends, of life in this exotic Pacific paradise,said Wally Lamb, author of Shes Come Undone and I Know This Much Is True.

Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes, is available for purchase online and at bookstores everywhere. For more information, go to www.TellMePress.com. To arrange an interview with the author or request a review copy of the book, please contact Rachel M. Anderson at RMA Publicity - 952-240-2513 or rachel@rmapublicity.com.

During Professor Jacobuss lecture at the Hagaman Library on October 18, he will give a mini-workshop on how to write travel fiction.

This free author talk and book signing will take place at the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street in East Haven, CT. Seating is limited, so please call ahead to reserve your seat today! You may register by visiting the library, call 203.468.3890 or email Cynthia at cgwiazda@hagamanlibrary.org.

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Open Enrollment For Medicare Advantage, A Free Workshop at Hagaman Memorial Library

Visit the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, on Wednesday, October 15 at 2:00 p.m. for a free workshop that will discuss Medicare reform and how it will change your health care requirements for hospital, doctor, prescription, Home health care and long term care needs.

Topics covered will include:
• Home Health Care (Can you stay at home?)
• Medicare (What it does and does not cover)
• Medicaid
• Transferring assets upon death (giving gifts to children)
• What happens if you need long term care?
• Protecting your home and assets
• How can you protect your home in the event of a LTC stay?
• How can you provide an income for life during retirement?
• What will you need to know to plan ahead?
• What are your insurance options?
This workshop is free and open to everyone and will be presented by The Bankers Life and Casualty Company. Registration is required. Please visit the library, call 203.468.3890 or email Cynthia at cgwiazda@hagamanlibrary.org to register.

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The Gargoyles Of Yale University: A Documentary In Photographs With Historical Notes By Author Mathew Duman

Visit the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, on Wednesday, October 1 at 6:30 p.m. and meet author Mathew Duman. Mr. Duman will share some images from his book The Gargoyles of Yale University, pointing out the history and architectural significance of those cool and sometimes comic figures.

Mathew Duman saw no gargoyles while attending Central Connecticut State University. Yale’s decorative figures caught his attention while he worked as a photographer & graphic designer for Knights of Columbus in New Haven.
Mr. Duman will highlight selected gargoyles in the Yale neighborhood during his slide presentation.

Due to seating limitations, registration is strongly suggested. Please visit the library, call 203.468.3890 or email Cynthia at cgwiazda@hagamanlibrary.org to register.
Additional parking for evening and weekend library events is available in the East Haven Town Hall parking lot across the street from the library.

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Film Night at Hagaman Memorial Library, East Haven: The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947) starring Gene Tierney, Rex Harrison, and George Sanders

East Haven: Enjoy Pizza and drinks and a showing of The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947) starring Gene Tierney, Rex Harrison, and George Sanders at the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, on Thursday, September 25 at 5:00 p.m.

In 1900, a young widow finds her seaside cottage is haunted...and forms a unique relationship with the ghost.

Hagamans film series events are free and open to everyone. Seating is limited and registration is required. You may call the library at 203-468-3890 to register. You may also register in person at the library or email Cynthia at cgwiazda@hagamanlibrary.org.

Additional parking for evening and weekend library events is available in the East Haven Town Hall parking lot across the street from the library.

Hagaman Memorial Library serves the 29,000 residents of East Haven. The Library was incorporated in 1921, its original building was built in 1928, with a new wing addition built in 1975. The Library owns 70,000 items and is open 51 hours per week, Monday – Saturday. In FY 2012 (July 01, 2012-June 30, 2013), the Library had 9,495 active library card users, circulated 124,233 items, had 413 programs with 7,892 people attending, and had 18,457 sessions on its public access computers. Also, the Library provides public Wi-Fi, photocopiers, faxing, and meeting rooms (reservation required). The Librarys Web site is www.hagamanlibrary.info.

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Attorney Burton Weinstein To Speak to Hagaman Memorial Librarys WWII Veterans Discussion Group About The Recent VA Hospital Debacle

Visit the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, on *Wednesday, September 24 at 2:00 p.m.* and attend Hagamans WWII Veterans Discussion Group, a group for all veterans and relatives of veterans.

The VA Hospital has recently come under fire—attorney Burton Weinstein will speak about your rights as a veteran and the need for an executive order to prevent destruction of patient records and complaints, using a particular case he handled as a starting point. Because this affects all veterans, please notify any veterans and veterans organizations you know to share their experience and learn what to do about inadequate care and respect for veterans.

Hagaman Memorial Library serves the 29,000 residents of East Haven. The Library was incorporated in 1921, its original building was built in 1928, with a new wing addition built in 1975. The Library owns 70,000 items and is open 51 hours per week, Monday – Saturday. In FY 2012 (July 01, 2012-June 30, 2013), the Library had 9,495 active library card users, circulated 124,233 items, had 413 programs with 7,892 people attending, and had 18,457 sessions on its public access computers. Also, the Library provides public Wi-Fi, photocopiers, faxing, and meeting rooms (reservation required). The Librarys Web site is www.hagamanlibrary.info

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Dont even THINK about buying a home without attending this workshop! Fall 2014 Homebuyers and Sellers Seminar

Visit the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, on Wednesday, September 24 at 6:30 p.m. for a free seminar that will provide you with a comprehensive review of essential resources and background about the entire process of buying or selling your home.

Key topics include:
•How to choose a real estate agent
•Real estate agent obligations to a buyer/seller
•How to protect your rights
•An overview of financing sources including mortgage brokers, commercial banks, FHA, and CHFA…
•Pros and cons of buying distressed property
•Pricing tips and how to stage your house for prospective buyers

The workshop will be presented by Ellis Ratner, J.D, Principal of Ellis Ratner Tutoring Services, with an experienced real estate background, and former Program Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection for the Federal Trade Commission and Joe Paul, an agent with 25 Years of Real Estate experience, former Senior Vice President of Banking Operations at Bank of America, Commissioner and member of Board of Assessment Appeals-Stratford. Mr. Paul was also on the Board of Directors of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Societies.

This workshop is free and open to everyone. Registration is strongly suggested. Please visit the library, call 203.468.3890 or email Cynthia at cgwiazda@hagamanlibrary.org to register.

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College Admissions Process Demystified: A Free Workshop Presented by Brandon Wang, Yale graduate and General Manager of the Bulldog Tutors organization

Learn insider tips on college admissions and standardized testing at the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, on Tuesday, September 23 at 4:00 p.m. The workshop will feature a Q&A session. Attendees will be granted a coupon for a free SAT class at the end of the presentation. Refreshments will be served.

Brandon Wang is a recent graduate of Yale University with a degree in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. One of his greatest joys is to see young students develop into critically thinking adults who maintain a strong sense of self. Brandon currently serves as the General Manager of Bulldog Tutors and is an expert on standardized testing and the college admissions process. He himself boasts a track record of a nearly perfect SAT and 3 perfect SAT II scores. He enjoys reading books on philosophy and medicine, singing A Capella, and going to the gym. He also has a special place in his heart for panda bears and otters.

Bulldog Tutors is an elite educational institution that provides expert instruction by a team of certified teachers and Ivy League graduates and students.

This workshop is free and open to everyone. Registration is strongly suggested. Please visit the library, call 203.468.3890 or email Cynthia at cgwiazda@hagamanlibrary.org to register.

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Laughter-the Best Medicine? A Live Performance by Comical Singer, Song Writer Carla Ulbrich

Visit the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, on Saturday, September 20 at 4:00 p.m. for a live show with comical singer and song writer, Carla Ulbrich!

Carla Ulbrich is a comical singer-songwriter and guitarist from Clemson, South Carolina and currently living in New Jersey. Carla will entertain the audience by performing fun songs, with humorous commentary. She has a love of wordplay and a keen observational eye. She is primarily known for her humorous songs about such topics as wedgies, Waffle House, Klingons, and how rich she would be if she had the copyright on the \\\\\\\'F\\\\\\\' Word. Carla cites her biggest musical influences as Sesame Street, camp songs, and commercial jingles for beer and breakfast cereal. Carla is the author of the book, How Can You NOT Laugh at a Time Like This?: Reclaim Your Health with Humor, Creativity, and Grit, published in 2011.

This event is free and open to everyone, but is not recommended for children under 13. Seating is limited, so please visit the library, call 203.468.3890 or email Cynthia at cgwiazda@hagamanlibrary.org to register for this special event!

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Learn About JobNow: A Free Online Job Coaching And Resume Assistance Tool! Free Fall Workshops Presented by Librarian Cynthia Gwiazda

Visit the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, on Thursday, September 18 at 2:00 p.m. or Wednesday, October 22 at 6:30 p.m. and learn about JobNow: a free online job coaching and resume assistance tool!

By using JobNow you can receive free live job coaching, real-time interview practice, full-service resume lab, 24/7 access to local job resources and more! You can also access a library of rich adult learning content (GED) and live professional assistance in resume/cover letter writing, U.S. Citizenship prep, MS Office Essential Skills Series through JobNows Adult Learning Center. There are also Personalized eLearning Tools such as My File Sharing, My Session Replay, My Tutoring Archive and My Test Archive. There is a 24 Hour Writing Lab where you can submit essays and other forms of writing for constructive feedback. You may submit homework questions for expert guidance, get live assistance from tutors in math, science, reading, writing, history, GED, and college placement tests. You may use the Skills-Building module to receive real-time help on any topic of your choice. There is also a Foreign Language Center and Spanish-Speaking Support Center.

These workshops are free and open to everyone. Registration is strongly suggested. Please visit the library, call 203.468.3890 or email Cynthia at cgwiazda@hagamanlibrary.org to register.

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The Resort Era On Sleeping Giant State Park: The Tar Paper Huts of the 1880s

Visit the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street on Wednesday, September 17 at 6:30 p.m. and learn about the history of Sleeping Giant State Park in Hamden, Connecticut.
Archivist and former Librarian Julie Hulten will discuss the history of the Park, with a special focus on the tar paper huts of the 1880s.

This program is free and open to everyone. Due to seating limitations, registration is strongly suggested. Please visit the library, call 203.468.3890 or email Cynthia at cgwiazda@hagamanlibrary.org to register.

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Hagaman Memorial Librarys Genealogy Club Presents..DNA Research: A Presentation by Professional Genealogist Jennifer Zinck

Visit the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, on Wednesday, September 10 at 6:30 p.m. and meet Professional Genealogist Jennifer Zinck.

Jennifer will teach you how your DNA and that of family members can help you in your family tree research! You can sometimes use the DNA results to connect with people around the world that you may be related to! Join Hagaman Librarys free monthly Genealogy club! The club meets at the library on the second Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. The club is a group of novice genealogists searching for their ancestors. Join the group, meet new people, and learn all kinds of tips to help you search for that elusive ancestor!
This program is free and open to everyone.

Please visit the library, call 203.468.3890 or email Cynthia at cgwiazda@hagamanlibrary.org to register, and/or sign up for the Genealogy club!
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Join Hagaman Memorial Librarys New Mystery Book Discussion Group!

Visit the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street on Saturday, September 6 at noon and join the librarys new mystery book club! The club is facilitated by local resident, and avid reader, Barbara Mitchell. The group will discuss Mystery Writers of America Presents..

The Prosecution Rests: New Stories about Courtrooms, Criminals, and the Law, edited by Linda Fairstein on Saturday, September 6 from noon to 1:00 p.m. Bring a bagged lunch and enjoy a lively discussion!

Synopsis of Mystery Writers of America Presents.. The Prosecution Rests: New Stories about Courtrooms, Criminals, and the Law:
From the Salem witch trials to Depression-era Chicago, from the exclusive country-clubs of the wealthy to the depths of today\\\\\\\'s toughest ghettos, this riveting collection traces the triumphs, defeats, and temptations of two opposing sides: those sworn to defend the accused, and those tasked with prosecuting them. They are the stories of lawyers under pressure, of criminals facing the needle, and of the heartbroken families--of both the victim and the defendant--who hope for justice from the back of the courtroom, and who sometimes take it into their own hands. This tantalizing collection proves that after the crime is over, the real drama begins.

All Hagamans book discussion groups are free and open to everyone! Discussion books are available to borrow from the library. Registration is required. Please visit the library, call 203.468.3890 or email Cynthia at cgwiazda@hagamanlibrary.org.

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The Friends of the East Haven Hagaman Memorial Library Will Hold Their Annual Book and Bake Sale at The East Haven Fall Festival On the Town Green!

The Friends of the Hagaman Memorial Library will hold their annual book sale at the Fall Festival on the East Haven Town Green this coming Friday, September 5 through Sunday, September 7.

They will have baked goods for sale and sell tickets for a raffle prize! They will be on the Town Green on Friday, September 5 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Saturday, September 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and on Sunday, September 7 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. While visiting the fall festival this weekend, come and take a look! This year, save money and get some great children\\\\\\\'s books!

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Qualify to Win Gift Card Prizes Just By Visiting Connecticut Libraries Throughout September!

September is Library Card Sign-up Month! To celebrate, Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, and many libraries throughout Connecticut are participating in a program called Passport to Connecticut Libraries, instituted by the Connecticut Library Association.
Win a gift card for visiting libraries! For the entire month of September, Connecticut libraries participating in the Passport to Connecticut Libraries program will offer a passport to their patrons (one for adults and one for children under 18) as well as a small gift. The patron will then visit as many participating libraries during the month of September as possible, having the passport stamped at each library. Passports need to be turned in to any participating library by October 4th.

The contest runs from Tuesday, September 2 until Tuesday, September 30.

Each library will select two winners (one for adults and one for children) based on the most libraries visited, which will be submitted to a second drawing. Each library will also pick two winners (one for adults and one for children) in a random drawing. Each one of the four winners will have a chance in a final drawing for four gift card prizes (2 adult of $150 each, 2 children of $100 each.) The drawings for this program will be held at the New Milford Public Library on Monday, Nov. 4th.

The Hagaman Memorial Library will also hold its own random drawing and pick two winners (one adult and one child) who will each win a small gift card.
Please visit the facebook page (facebook.com/passporttoctlibraries) to see all the wonderful programs, special collections, etc.., that Connecticut libraries offer!

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EAST HAVEN SONS & DAUGHTERS OF ITALY UPDATE

The EAST HAVEN SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF ITALY Lodge #2877 meets on the 2nd Monday of Each month starting at 7pm, in the lower lever, NEXT TO THE MOVIE THEATRE ROOM at the VILLAGE AT MARINERS POINT located at 111 South Shore Drive in East Haven.

For information on meetings or any other questions about the East Haven Sons & Daughters of Italy, please call or text 203-684-4322 or you may email at, ehsadoi2877@gmail.com

Our next meetings are: Sept. 8th, Oct. 13th & Nov. 10th at 7pm. EVERYONE is welcome to come. Lots of upcoming, fun & exciting events can be found on the EHSADOI website ~ https://sites.google.com/site/ehsonsanddaughtersofitaly/

And dont forget to LIKE us on Facebook ~ https://www.facebook.com/EastHavenSonsAndDaughtersOfItaly

Thank you for your help & support,
East Haven Sons & Daughters of Italy Founder, Marty Asprelli ll

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Guided Walking Tour of Wooster Square
Sponsored by the Columbus Day Committee, on Saturday,
September 20, 2014 at 1 PM.

Meet in front of the Christopher
Columbus Statue in Wooster Square Park on Chapel St. New Haven.

The Tour is guided by Mr. Christopher Wigren of the New Haven Preservation Trust and assisted by Mr. Robert Grzywacz.

Visitors
get to see the neighborhood’s architectural gems and historical sites.

Tour is free and open to the public. Refreshments. www.columbusdaynewhaven.org


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PLEASE JOIN CLEAN UP EAST HAVEN
FOR OUR Save the Sound COMMUNITY CLEAN UP of 2014!!!

HAPPENING: 9:00 to 10:00am Saturday September 13th

Where: East Haven Town Beach Parking Lot
Coe Ave East Haven

Garbage bags and rubber gloves will be provided by
*East Haven Economic Development,*A&G Cleaning Agents, *Donna Perrone EA,*Nikki Travaglino & Assoc, *webbersaur.us, *Sandpiper Restaurant

ONE PERSON CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!!
BECAUSE WE CARE ABOUT OUR TOWN, OUR COMMUNITY AND OUR ENVIRONMENT!!!

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EAST HAVEN FARMERS MARKET
250 Main Street, East Haven, CT 06512
For information: Call Carolyn Bradley 203-710-2760 / dinaglide2000@yahoo.com
or Chris Vaiuso 203-444-1373 / chrisvaiuso@gmail.com

The market is open Sundays beginning July 6, 2014 ¡V October 12, 2014
From 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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*Caregiver Support Group for Families and Caregivers*
presented by Ellen Dagostino and Chelsea Boyd

-The complexity of Alzheimers disease and related dementias severely impacts the family and professional caregiver. A support group provides an opportunity to learn more about the different stages of this progressive disease and offers tips on ways to cope.

Join us for monthly educational discussions and have the opportunity to learn and share with others who undersatand.

*Second Tuesday of every month from 5:30-6:30PM*

Village at Mariners Point
111 South Shore Drive East Haven, CT 06512
203-467-0067

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AARP FOUNDATION TAX-AIDE OFFERS FREE TAX FILING ASSISTANCE APPOINTMENTS

The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program provides tax assistance to middle- and low-income taxpayers, with special attention given to those 60 and older. Assistance is available at the Hagaman Memorial Library by appointment only on:

*Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.*

Please call 203-468-3890 to book an appointment. Taxpayers must have all information and documents that apply to their 2012 income taxes, including proof of identity; income statements; social security number; copy of last years federal and state tax returns; personal check, and if direct depositing, bank checking account and routing numbers. If married, both husband and wife should be present at the appointment.

Additional parking for library events is available in the East Haven Town Hall parking lot across the street from the library or in the Old Stone Church lot adjacent to the library.

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Give a lasting tribute - Hagaman Librarys Tree of Knowledge

The Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, invites you to participate in our Tree of Knowledge. With leaves crafted of bronze,the Tree of Knowledge will be a permanent symbol dedicated to the intellectual, cultural and social lives of the people who love the library. The Tree of Knowledge will remain in the new DeMayo Community Room as a lasting and permanent tribute to those whose names are engraved on its leaves. Leaves can accommodate up to twenty letters or spaces on each line, and up to four lines on each leaf. This is a very special way to remember a family member or co-worker who has a deep love for the library, and is appropriate for commemorating birthdays, weddings, memorials, births or adoptions. Your donation of $50 will be used to support the purchase of library furnishings and library programs.

Please call the library at 203-468-3890 for more information, or stop by for a brochure to order your leaf or leaves.
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*Pet Therapy Program Kicks Off*
at the Village at Mariner¡¦s Point

First and Third Tuesday of each month at 1:15 in the Harbor

Contact Roberta Schwartz @ 203-467-0067
rschwartz@Benchmarkquality.com

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EAST HAVEN AQUATICS


PROGRAM FEES

TUESDAY & FRIDAY

Residents $120 8 Lessons 45 minutes class

Non Residents $140 8 Lessons 45 minutes class

SATURDAYS

Babies to 2 years old
30 min. class $100 8 Lessons Residents
$115 8 Seasons Non-Residents

2 - 5 Years old
45 min. class $115 8 Lessons Residents
$125 8 Lessons Non Resident


These fees are effective since October 8, 2011

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POOL PARTIES

Book you party at the Town Pool! Sundays only from:
11A.M. to 1:00P.M.
1:00P.M. to 3:00P.M.
3:00P.M. to 5:00P.M.
5:00P.M. to 7:00P.M.

Cost for Residents: $150
and Non-residents $250.

Call 203-468-3367.

***POOL HOURS- Starting April 1, 2014***

Water Aerobics
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:00A.M. - 8:45A.M.

Swimming Laps
Tuesday & Thursday 8:00A.M. - 8:45A.M.

AM Public Swim
Monday thru Friday 8:45A.M. - 10:00A.M.

PM Public Swim
Monday thru Friday 7:30P.M.- 8:45P.M.

AM Saturday Public Swim
10:30A.M. - 12 Noon.

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Community Service for Youth East Haven Food Bank, Bradley Street East Haven

Twice a Month;

1st Wednesday 8:15am
3rd Wednesday 4:45pm

Up to 3 hours of service time per shift
Contact Phyllis for more info at 203-468-6593
or 203-285-5333

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EAST HAVEN PUBLIC ACCESS TV UPDATE

Visit the newly redesigned ETV website www.easthaventv.org.

You can now send notices for the scrolling bulletin board on ETV directly to Janlee@easthaventv.org.

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Act Out with The Performing Arts Society of East Haven

For additional information call 203-468-7164.

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Come to the East Haven Historical Society Museum

200 Tyler Ave (old East Haven High School)
MUSEUM OPEN Wednesdays from 10AM to 2PM
Come view the old photos of your town.
Call 203-468-6982 for more information.

Check out http://www.home.easthavenhistoricalsociety.com/

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* * * * * SIGN UP FOR CT CLEAN ENERGY PROGRAM at
Signup online at http://www.ctcleanenergyoptions.com/now.htm
Help your town get credits for solar panels today!

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* * * * SHORELINE GREENWAY TRAIL * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Saturday Monthly Walks. Free and open to the public.
For more information, call Grace Zimmer at 203-453-3351.