Friday, January 16, 2009

Middletown Community Conversations Locations

(Photo: Arthur Meyers)

On January 20, 2009, neighbors, community organizations and residents will join in conversation about the possibility of significant changes in our community, and in our country. Middletown Community Conversations invites you to join your neighbors at one of the following conversation locations so that residents can speak and listen to each other as we ask questions and find answers.

American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
St. Pius Church,
310 Westfield Street
1:30 pm
Members welcome

American Association of University Women
Wesleyan Wasch Center,
51 Lawn Avenue
7:00 pm
Members and students

Dunkin Donuts @ South Main
South Main Street
7 pm
The public

Eddy Shelter
The Connection Offices
955 South Main St.
11:30
Staff and clients

First Church & Jonah Center
190 Church Street
6 pm
Open to the public

Green Street
51 Green Street
noon
The public

Healing Racism Coalition
Firehouse Steakhouse
412 Main St.
11:30am
The public

Heritage Commons
38 Boston Rd
noon & 8pm
HC residents, their families and interested seniors

Middlesex Community College
Chapman Hall,
100 Training Hill Rd
noon & 6pm
The public

Middlesex County Community Foundation
Wadsworth Mansion
5pm speaker &
discussion
(this is a fund raiser - admission is $20)

Middletown City Hall
Dekoven Dr.
Council Chamber
noon & 6pm
The public

Middletown Public Schools
various
Students and staff

Parents Seeking Educational Excellence
Woodrow Wilson Middle School
370 Hunting Hill Avenue
7-8:30

PLTI and PTA
parents and friends.
All are welcome!
RSVP 638-1462

Public Restaurant
337 Main Street
7 – 10 pm
Jazz & discussions.
Donations to benefit the food pantry.

Russell Library
Hubbard Room
123 Broad Street
Noon & 6pm
Open to the public

Senior Affairs Senior Center,
150 Williams St.
Noon
Seniors

Village at South Farms

645 Saybrook Rd
Residents

Wesleyan
Usdan Center
Wyllys Avenue
10 am
The public







 The following groups were involved in planning Middletown Community Conversations, and while they will not conduct separate conversations, they encourage their members to be involved in conversations at other locations.

Altrusa

American
 Legion

Arts
 Community
 Groups

Aware

Boy
 Scouts 
of
 America

Buddhist
 Community

Chamber
 of
 Commerce

Coalition
 for
 Affordable
 Housing

CT
 Coalition to
 End
 Homelessness

CT
 Housing 
Coalition

CT
 Partnership
 for
 Strong 
Communities

Cross 
Street
 A.M.E. 
Zion
 Church

Girl 
Scouts
 of
 America

Hindu
 Community

Latino
 Policy
 Institute

League
 of
 Women
 Voters

Lions
 Club

Mercy
 Housing

Middlesex
 Coalition
 for 
Children

Middlesex
 County 
Branch
‐
NAACP

Middlesex
 County
 Ten 
Year
 Plan
 to
 End 
Homelessness

Middletown 
Clergy 
Association

Middletown
 Ministerial
 Alliance

Middletown
 Public
 Housing

Multicultural
 Committee

Nehemiah
 Housing


Parent
 Leader
 Training
 Institute

Partnership
 for 
Strong 
Communities

People
 with
 Disabilities

Rotary

St.
 Luke’s


St.
 Vincent
 DePaul

Village District
Westfield
 Residents
 Association


1 comment:

Jennifer Saines said...

Will there be a moderator at each of these sessions?