Coming to a Library Near You…..Connecticut Invents!

This summer Connecticut Invents!, an education program of the Museum of Connecticut History, will once again visit libraries all across Connecticut in the summer of 2007. Kids entering 4th or 5th grade are invited to join us and take part in the program. Participants will learn about famous Connecticut inventors and inventions and become inventors themselves. Last summer the museum visited 19 towns all around the state. This year we’ll be in 23 towns! If we’re in a town near you make sure you sign up for the program at the library and become a Connecticut Inventor yourself!! Here’s where we’ll be in the summer of 2007…… Please note, 2008 dates will be announced soon.

July 5th Sprague Public Library 10:30-12:00

July 10th Salisbury-Scoville Memorial Library 10:30-12:00

July 12th Farmington Public Library 2:00-3:30

July 17th Somers Public Library 10:30-12:00

July 17th Coventry Public Library 1:00-2:30

July 19th Beacon Falls Public Library 11:00-12:30

July 19th Plumb Library-Shelton 1:30-3:00

July 24th Terryville Public Library 3:00-4:30

July 26th Hamden Public Library 10:30-12:00

July 26th Glastonbury Public Library 2:00-3:30

July 31st Voluntown Public Library 10:30-12:00

August 2nd Wheeler Library Monroe 10:30-12:00

August 2nd Woodbridge Library 2:30-4:00

August 7th Stratford Library 11:00-12:30

August 7th Derby Neck Library-Derby 2:00-3:30

August 9th Milford Public Library 11:30-1:00

August 13th Danbury Public Library 1:30-3:00

August 14th Hebron Public Library 11:00-12:30

August 14th Newington Public Library 1:30-3:00

August 16th Scotland Public Library 10:30-12:00

August 16th Trumbull Library-Lebanon 2:00-3:30

August 21st Cheshire Public Library 10:30-12:00

August 23rd Tolland Public Library 1:00-2:30

Keep checking this blog for program updates and interesting stuff about Connecticut inventors…….


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