School Year Hours are now in effect. See sidebars for detailed hours.
June 19 (third Monday)
Ledyard Senior Center
Mary Ellen Osborne, from the Gales Ferry Library, conducts a monthly book discussion at the Ledyard Senior Center. Anyone 55 years of age or older is eligible to participate. The group meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 10:30 am. Upcoming books are distributed monthly at the discussion. All books chosen are available in large print and audio as well as regular versions. Please contact Mary Ellen if you would like a copy of the book.
Wednesday, Monday, Tuesday
June 19, 24, 25
You only need to attend one session. Please bring your family calendar so you can sign up for your first few volunteer shifts at the session.
If you are unable to attend any of the sessions, you must make arrangements before
June 28 with Mrs. Brewer or Mrs. Buka
With a deft hand and a blazing imagination, fantasy writer Walton mixes genres to great effect. Elements of fantasy, science fiction, and coming-of-age novels combine into one superlative literary package that will appeal to a variety of readers across age levels.
After engaging in a classic good-magic-versus-bad-magic battle with her mother that fatally wounds her twin sister, 15-year-old Morwenna leaves Wales and attempts to reconnect with her estranged father. She was sent to boarding school in England, and her riveting back story unfolds gradually as she records her thoughts, feelings, and experiences in a series of journal entries. An ominous sense of disquiet permeates the nonlinear plot as Morwenna attempts to avoid a final clash with her mother ... (Margaret Flanagan for Booklist.)
June 27 (rain date Friday June 28)
Ages 6 to 10
Space is limited so sign up early!
Come and show us your skill and decorate one of the sections of sidewalk outside the Bill Library. There will be prizes for all. Bring your own sidewalk chalk if you have it.
Registration begins June 24.
Read to Me Program for ages 5 to entering first grade.
Dig Into Reading! for kids entering second to sixth grades.
We'll also have Lunch & a Movie, Storytime, Touch-a-Truck, Squirmy Worms, Dirt Dessert, performers and more. Call 860-464-9912 for more information.
The Town of Ledyard Police Department is proud to announce that our Everbridge Community Alerts system is up and running. To make this system highly successful, we would like to encourage residents and those with an interest in Ledyard to register for these important alerts.
In registering, citizens can provide alternate paths of communication to ensure they receive all notifications (i.e. cell phone, SMS text, E-mail, etc.) Any assistance you can provide which assists us in advertising this registration push would be greatly appreciated. The link is below, as well as on the Ledyard Police Department web site, Facebook page, and Twitter account.
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Ledyard, CT 06339
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