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Game Night: Catan


Join us for our January game night and learn how to play Catan. From the developer: “Trade, build and settle the Island of CATAN in this addictively fun strategy game previously called Settlers of CATAN. Players control their own civilization and look to spread across a modular hex board in a competition for victory points.”

Tuesday, January 25 at 630 pm. This game is recommended for ages 10 and up. Free and open to all. Please register.

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Minecraft Mania: Virtual Escape Room


Have something educational and fun for your kids to do at home on this Guilford Schools Half-Day!  Work together in a Minecraft world to solve a virtual escape room with other Guilford kids, all from the comfort and safety of your own home (this is a virtual event).  Children must have their own smartphone, tablet, or computer to run Minecraft and Zoom (no Chromebooks or gaming consoles)*.  Having their own Minecraft account is strongly encouraged, […]

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How to Start Approaching Your College Applications

College Application

Whether you’re a freshman, sophomore, or junior in high school, now is a great time to know the basics of the college application process. Gilbert Guo, an educational consultant at College Matters in Madison, will have you covered! You’ll walk away with tips on narrowing down your college criteria, researching schools, approaching affordability, and giving yourself a chance to get admitted. This program will take place virtually via Zoom. Free and open to all students and parents. Monday, January 31 at 6:30 pm. Please register.

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Virtual Metropolitan Opera Talk: “Rigoletto” with Paul Berry


Join us for a virtual talk with Yale Professor Paul Berry who will discuss Verdi’s masterpiece, “Rigoletto” on Thursday, January 27 at 7 pm. Registration is required to join the program on Zoom. Cosponsored by Shoreline Village CT.

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