Help Clean a Trail; a New Improved Library

Tired of hiking through mud on Trumbull's white trail? Help dry it out this Satuday.

Volunteers are meeting at 8:45 a.m. at the Daniels Farm Commuter Lot. Food will be provided.

"The Town of Trumbull has provided materials to finish the gravel walkway in the muddy field area of the old lakebed," said Rich Coffey, of

More details can be found here.

A Renovated Library

From 11 a.m. to 2 pm., you can meet Sue King, the new Fairchild Nichols Branch Manager and Katharine Farley, the new Children’s Librarian.

Also, sign up for fall programs for children and adults or discover the new Creators’ Corner, and get a Maker Bot 3D Printer demonstration.

Light refreshments will be served. The branch is at 1718 Huntington Tpke., and its number is 203-452-5196.  It's hosted by the trustees of the Fairchild Nichols Memorial Library Association. 
Andrew Blum October 06, 2013 at 12:41 PM
Hold on here. Aren't hiking trails supposed to be muddy? Seriously, what's next - you want to put carpet down? Maybe put a tent cover over it too? But no, America's next generation isn't getting soft! LOL Andrew Blum Trumbull, CT


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