Mike McCabe, Director of Technical Services at Foote School and Hamden resident, will hold a free Mindfulness Workshop for adults on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 from 7-8 pm in the Friends Room at Miller Memorial Library on 2901 Dixwell Ave. in Hamden. Mike has been an educational technology leader in Connecticut schools for the past 17 years. In addition to technology skills, Mike has been teaching students and adults Mindfulness in order to help balance the addictive nature of technology with the more important things in life. By attending this free workshop, you will learn what mindfulness is and how it can benefit you. Mike will show you how to reduce stress and take time for what matters. He will offer helpful tips, explain simple exercises, and introduce further reading. You will also have the opportunity to participate in a Mindfulness practice session. Seating is limited. Registration is required. Register online or call 203-287-2680.
Psychiatry: reference tools, literature resources, practice guidelines, and prescribing information. Compiled by Lyman Maynard Stowe Library, University of Connecticut Health Center
Connecticut's Network of Care ("makes available a vast array of services and information about community-based social services for people with mental illness and their families and service providers")
Come see our display and discover some of our best new poetry books.
Will Alexander. Will Alexander'sonline catalog.
New York City is hosting the annual Poem in Your Pocket Day celebration on Thursday, April 21, 2016 in honor of National Poetry Month. To join in the excitement, write your own poem or borrow one from your favorite poet; just make sure to carry a poem in your pocket to share with your friends, family, classmates, and colleagues.
Check out our book display for March is Women's History Month. Explore some of our newer books in our online
catalog. Click on these links for more information:
Discovering American Women's History Online (primary source digital materials, links to more than 700 digital collections, interactive map, etc.)
Celebrating Black History began in 1926, when Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a Harvard Ph.D., initiated "Negro History Week." Dr. Woodson, a historian, chose the second week in February because it included the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln. In 1976, the Bicentennial (200th birthday) of the United States of America, the week-long observance was extended to the entire month of February in order to have enough time for celebratory programs and activities. Please see our book display in honor of Black History Month.