The Partnerships For Success (PFS) Coalition, a Stratford Youth and Family Advisory Board committee, is working to reduce underage drinking by raising community awareness of the problems associated with underage drinking and limiting youth access to alcohol. The coalition brings together community leaders, school officials, police officers, parents and youth to send a clear, consistent message across the community that underage drinking is inappropriate, unacceptable and harmful.
As part of this work the PFS Coalition is interested in understanding parents’ attitudes about underage drinking and drug use among Stratford youth. Through this survey we will be able to better serve our youth with local prevention programming and information on underage drinking and other drug use. Your answers will also help us provide information that can assist parents in helping their children.
Please give us 4 minutes of your valuable time to complete the following 15-question survey by following this link: Take survey.
This survey is completely anonymous so please be as honest and complete as possible.
Big Library Read is a pilot program in which libraries worldwide offer a single eBook to their patrons. In addition to creating a global “library book club,” Big Library Read is designed to ?demonstrate the positive exposure and sales influence library eBook catalogs provide to authors and publishers. It will spotlight one title for a set time period for library patrons around the world to read simultaneously. The program is sponsored by OverDrive, with initial support and participation from Sourcebooks, Inc., a leading US independent publisher. A valid library card is required. The selection can be read on your mobile device on your computer in your browser. Check out the Four Corners of the Sky...
Film, Panel Discussion about GMOs Set for May 21
The Stratford Library, 2203 Main Street in Stratford, will offer a special program about Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), “Genetic Roulette: The Secrets in Our Food”, on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at 7 pm. The program, co-sponsored with GMO Free CT, is free and open to the public. More information...
We are accepting donations for our annual book sale. Contributors are urged to recycle their good books to share with others and help the Library increase its book purchase fund at the same time. The sale is scheduled for May 30-June 2. More information...
Stratford Artist Benjamin Casiano Highlighted through May
"Inspired by Cubism & Abstract Expressionism" is the May art exhibit at the Stratford Library. Original watercolors and acrylics by Stratford artist Benjamin Casiano, who is making his first appearance at the library, will continue throughout the month. The exhibit is free and open to the public. More information...
Free showings of popular films on monthly Friday evenings, September through June.
Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Library doors open at 6:30 pm. Patrons should use the Main Street entrance. More information...
Program to Assist South End & Sterling House with Ongoing Drive
Non-perishable food can be delivered to the Library’s Main Lobby during regular library hours.
“Books Over Coffee” is our monthly book discussion program. More information...
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CTWorks Career Coach, a career center on wheels designed to deliver career services and training opportunities at a variety of locations throughout Connecticut visits the library each month. The Career Coach delivers free services to workers and job seekers who are unable to get the services at local career centers. More information...
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