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Join us for an UNO Tournament! Players will be split into 4 groups to play the first round, then the winners will play each other for the second round! The final winner will receive a gift card! For ages 12-18.
Registration is required.
The Danbury Museum and Danbury Library have teamed up to offer a series of events over the coming months in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the United States entry into World War I.
Among the special events will be a selected film shown in the months of June through November at the Museum and the Library.
Join us for today's free screening of "The African Queen" directed by John Huston and starring Humphrey Bogart (winner of the Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 1952) and Katherine Hepburn. In Africa during World War I, a gin-swilling riverboat captain is persuaded by a strait-laced missionary to use his boat to attack an enemy warship.
No registration. The film showing is free of charge. For more information contact the Danbury Museum at 203-743-5200.
Want to raise a happy, peaceful dog? Phil Klein, a professional dog trainer will talk about: How canines see the human world. How canines communicate including the importance of eye contact and movement. The underlying reasons for your dog's behaviors like nervousness, toileting indoors, incessant barking, aggression, jumping on people, pestering for attention, destructive chewing, separation anxiety, pulling on the leash, etc. The simple, dog-friendly changes you need to make in how you interact with your dog to transform its behavior in a kind and lasting way.
For Adults and kids ages 9 +. Registration is required (please register each individual attending)
Join us on the Library's Plaza to open your heart and your home to an animal looking for their forever home. Meet and greet some of the dogs available for adoption and look at photos of some the cats and kittens available for adoption through Danbury Animal Welfare Society.
Not ready to adopt but you want to help? Drop off an item or two from their wish list in the donation bin, i.e paper towels, towels, food, cotton balls. (See the full list on their website: http://www.daws.org/wish-list/)
Donation receipts will be available. Volunteers from Danbury Animal Welfare Society will be on hand to answer your questions about the next step in the adoption process.
RAIN DATE: Saturday, July 29 noon - 1:30pm
We are very sorry but this program has been cancelled. We hope to reschedule in the future.
There is a severe shortage of organ and tissue donors. Representatives from Yale New Haven Hospital will talk about the facts about organ donation, the myths, and why it’s so important for more people to sign up.
Speakers: Nancy Moody, RN, BSN, CCTC, Living Donor Community Health Coordinator, Center for Living Organ Donors, Yale New Haven Hospital, New Haven CT. Deb Patton, RN, BSN, CCTC, Outreach Transplant Coordinator and a Living Donor. Yale New Haven Transplant Program. New Haven, CT