April 2018 News

Carnegie Center of CT/Public Library Partnership
Grand Opening Event!

April 22, noon-2pm

Y ou are cordially invited to our  Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 12:30pm . We will have a brief speech and cake. Please RSVP to  events@thecarnegiecenter.org

Afterward, join in the Open House  until 2pm  for demonstrations on our new library laptop kiosks, crafts, stories, snacks, and card sign-ups! Also, get information about the library's summer reading program!

Stay for a 2pm or 3:30 show of Rapunzel by Playhouse in the Park!

This event is FREE and open to the public.
Registration for the show recommended: events@thecarnegiecenter.org
Volunteers Needed!
The Tusculum Street Fest is coming up on June 16th! 
Volunteers are needed to help make the day a success!  Volunteers receive a commemorative t-shirt and a volunteer appreciation party! 
Alms Park Advisory Council Opportunity 

Christine Carli, CT resident, is re-forming the Alms Park Advisory Council. Historically, this small group scheduled trail trimming, cut back invasive plants, and worked with the Park Board to allocate funding appropriately. It's time to get a new group going!

How can you can help out:
- by volunteering for a clean up day  and/or 
- join what promises to be a very chill, tree-hugging, low-commitment volunteer opportunity as an Alms Park Advisory Council member. (four meetings per calendar year, maximum!)

Our first clean-up day is scheduled for 
SATURDAY, APRIL 28th from 9am to noon  at Alms Park. Tools will be provided by the Park Board, but you can bring your favorite clippers if you like. We'll be cutting back the honeysuckle that currently obstructs the valley views. We  hope to see you there!! 
Playhouse in the Park is Coming to CT
April 22nd!
Young Rapunzel lives in a tower with her overprotective grandmother, safe from the dangers of the world. As her curiosity about the outside grows, Rapunzel meets Rafi, a local boy whose friendship finally gives her the courage to be free.
Recommended for ages 4 and up

April 22nd - 2:00pm & 3:30pm @ The Carnegie Center of CT

Admission is FREE with advanced registration or $5 at the door. 
Register by emailing events@thecarnegiecenter.org
It's Spring! (allegedly) 
Pick up litter when you're out on your next walk!
Gather Cincy
Mother and daughter team, Meg Cooper and Peggy Bustamante, are opening Gather Cincy - Cincinnati's first parent-focused coworking space with onsite childcare in East Walnut Hills. In addition, Gather Cincy will provide educational workshops, networking opportunities, and event space rental. Visit  www.gathercincy.com  for more information.
Reminder - there is a community council meeting on Monday, April 16th - 7pm @ The Carnegie Center
Find the agenda here
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