Category: Programs

“Accordion Stories From the Heart” Author Talk and Mini Concert

Sunday, March 24th at 2:00 in the Meeting Room. A book signing and mini accordion concert with Angelo Paul Ramunni, author of the recently-published “Accordion Stories from the Heart.” Dedicated to his mother, who informed him at age 10 he would take accordion lessons because it was good, clean and wholesome, Paul Ramunni’s book tells...

Ukelele for Beginners

Tuesday, March 5th at 3:30 in the Meeting Room. The ukulele is hot right now! Folks young and old are learning to play this friendly little instrument — and loving it! If you’re one of the many people who thought you would like to give it a try but didn’t want to invest in an...

Chinese New Year Cooking for Kids and Adults

Chinese New Year Cooking for Kids and Adults

Takes place Saturday February 9 at 3:00pm in the library meeting room.  Learn to make wontons, traditional noodles and a delicious green tea smoothie. For ages 7-10 with an adult partner. Register online. Space is limited.  

Jack and the Beanstalk a Musical Story Time

Jack and the Beanstalk a Musical Story Time

On Saturday, February 2 at 2:00pm in the library meeting room, bassist, Ed Allman of the Waterbury Symphony will read the classic tale accompanied by musical interludes on his double bass. Following the story, Ed will talk about his life as a musician.  For ages 4 to adult.  Register online.

All of Us Newtown

As part of the ‘Healthy Community’ movement in Newtown, and as an agent of community cooperation and collaboration, the C.H. Booth Library’s All of Us Newtown project is a program of outreach involving public education about the All of Us Research Program and health information literacy using resources available from the National Institutes of Health...

EverWonder Brings Science and Engineering to the Library

EverWonder Brings Science and Engineering to the Library

Saturday, February 16, March 2, April 13 and May 11 at 2pm in the library meeting room, join educators from the EverWonder Children’s Museum in Newtown as they explore a new topic each month.  For children in grades K-2. Register online for each program you plan to attend.

Bring the Hoopla! Hula Hooping fun for the whole family

Bring the Hoopla! Hula Hooping fun for the whole family

Saturday, January 19th at 2:00 pm.  Hooping is a low impact aerobic activity that makes everyone smile.  Well-balanced hoops will be provided.  For ages 5 and up.  Register online.

Introduction to Babysitting Course

Register here Saturday, February 16 from 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Babysitters have the responsibility of caring for children and making important decisions while they are in charge. Parents entrust their child with the babysitter, therefore, it is crucial he or she knows the basics of child care. In this Introduction to Babysitting Course, participants...

DIY Stickers

Stop by the chbMAKERS’ Corner to design, draw, and make your own stickers using the library’s Xyron machine. For grades 6-12. Register Here

Needle Felting With Katie

Monday, February 4th from 4:30 to 6:00 in the Meeting Room. Back by popular demand, Katie Stevenson will teach you to make a small decoration or animal using dyed wool and a burred needle. No small children, please. Registration required.