Community Bulletin Board
- Effort to Make CT a Better Place to Bike/Walk
- Loughran Heads CCF Development
- Waterbury Residents Save on Prescriptions
- $25,000 Grant to Mattatuck Historical Society
- Exchange Club to Host P.R. Specialist
- Easter Seals Aid Fund & Scholarships
- Scholarship Opportunity for High School Seniors
- Legislators Announce Funding for Waterbury
- Opening for 3 Spring Exhibitions at Museum
- Music @ The Matt: Pianist Julian Toha
- Palace Theater's April Events
- Public Hearing to be held for 'Common Core'
Silas Bronson Library
Waterbury legislators are pleased to announce the approval by the State Bond Commission of various items in the City of Waterbury totaling over $6.5 million dollars.
“It is important that I along with the delegation continue the work of securing much needed State funding to assist my district and the entire City. The needs are great for our economic and physical infrastructure and I continue in my pursuit of these funds. It is the right thing to do and it is what my constituents have asked of me,” Rep. Berger said.
The Silas Bronson Library, Waterbury’s public library, will be hosting Scrabble games every Saturday from March 1 – May 17. The games will begin at 1 p.m. Scrabble boards are being provided by the Literacy Volunteers of Greater Waterbury. Come and learn the game, play with friends, or become part of a team needing a player for the day. The games will be held in the library mezzanine.
On Saturday February 22 the library will present a double feature – the annual Black History Month concert, entitled “Music of Black America”, featuring Tony Hofler, Jr. at 1:00 p.m. will be followed by an appearance by Dr. Ian K. Smith at 2:00 p.m.
Meet Stephany D. Minor, Author of FEAR NOT, BELIEVE ONLY, MIRACLES RECEIVED THROUGHOUT MY JOURNEY HAVING HIV/AIDS
Shock. Fear. Disbelief. These feelings gripped the heart of a young, bright, ambitious Stephany Minor in 1992 – and changed her life forever.
When Emery Roth began photographing along the old railroad tracks of the Naugatuck Valley, he never expected they would lead him through a time warp to a mill where he would find giant hydraulics still hissing, steel clanking, hot glowing metal still flying through the air - where the steam still rises from old pickling vats, and men still charge the foundry furnaces in buildings where the soot has caked for more than a hundred years. Some of the photographs from Emery Roth's book Brass Valley: Made in America, which were taken in Waterbury and Ansonia, will be on exhibition in the art gallery of the Silas Bronson Library during June and July.
On Wednesday, June 19, at 6:30 p.m. Roth will give a power point presentation in the library auditorium of additional images from his book, accompanied by poetry and prose selections from it. He will also discuss his discoveries along the tracks and in old industrial sites throughout the valley. Attendees may order a special limited edition of the exhibition book.
Bob Steele will discuss and sign copies of his first novel The Curse: Big-Time Gambling's Seduction of a Small New England Town Monday, April 29 in the auditorium of the Silas Bronson Library at 6:30 p.m.
The Sisters to Sisters Book Group will discuss Sinners & Saints by Victoria Christopher Murray and ReShonda Tate Billingsley Monday, January 7, 2013 Board Room of the Silas Bronson Library, 267 Grand Street, at 6:00 pm. The bestselling and award-winning novelists revive their favorite heroines Jasmine and Rachel in a story that will delight their legions of fans. Just when the characters have overcome their scandalous and drama-filled pasts, both plot to aid their husbands in competing for the presidency of the American Baptist Coalition.
“SHEN YUN, Reviving 5000 Years of Chinese Civilization” will be presented in the auditorium of the Silas Bronson Library Tuesday, November 19 at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited and admission is free to this colorful slide and video presentation of classical Chinese dance, which is one of the most comprehensive dance systems in the world. Passed down from dynasty to dynasty among the people, in imperial palaces and ancient plays it has been refined into a distinctive dance system embodying traditional aesthetics.