November is a special month dedicated to spreading awareness, encouraging education, and dispelling misinformation about diabetes. November 14th is World Diabetes Day, as it commemorates Sir Frederick Banting’s birthday. Sir Banting, along with Charles Best, […]
This month’s podcast episode shone a light on Hamden’s own State Street Cemetery. We interviewed one of our local historians, Mr. Anthony Griego, who gave the following story: “State Street Cemetery has been part of […]
Governor Ned Lamont announced a collaboration between the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU), the Connecticut Office of Workforce Strategy, and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide technical skills training and education to more than […]
The Hamden Public Library wants to hear about your hopes for Hamden and your ideas for how the library can help those hopes become reality. Share your ideas at one of our community conversations. You may win a $25 gift card! […]
Take a look at our new book display of Creepy Reads – Kinda Creepy and Seriously Creepy books for this Spooky Season! You can find the display on the Main level of the Miller Library.
To commemorate Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we offer some resources that provide information on the indigenous peoples of Connecticut as well as the current lives of Native Americans throughout the country along with suggestions for a few local field trips! […]
Health Literacy is the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information needed to make appropriate health decisions. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) addresses […]