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New England Ukulele Ensemble Holiday Benefit Concert 12-10-19

New England Ukulele Ensemble members perform at Ukulele Benefit Concert
New England Ukulele Ensemble members perform at Ukulele Benefit Concert
New England Ukulele Ensemble members perform at Ukulele Benefit Concert
New England Ukulele Ensemble members perform at Ukulele Benefit Concert
New England Ukulele Ensemble members perform at Ukulele Benefit Concert
New England Ukulele Ensemble members perform at Ukulele Benefit Concert
New England Ukulele Ensemble members perform at Ukulele Benefit Concert
New England Ukulele Ensemble members perform at Ukulele Benefit Concert
Group Photo of New England Ukulele Ensemble members perform at Ukulele Benefit Concert

Members of the Windsor Adult Education New England Ukulele Ensemble Class, with special guest MC Mike Lawson and SnapBack, performed a Holiday Benefit Concert at Windsor High School on December 10. The Ukulele Ensemble Class, under the direction of Jim Lenn, met once a week for 10 weeks this fall at Windsor High School to play their ukuleles. Concert audience guests were respectfully asked to bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Windsor Food and Fuel Bank. It was a fabulous evening of entertaining music and singing with over 100 guests in attendance, $66.18 in monetary donations, and more than 200 lbs. of food donated to our local food bank.  Thank you to all who participated for your talents and generosity.

Little Free Library Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 10-30-19

Adult Ed LIttle Free Library Dedication Oct 30 2019
Adult Ed LIttle Free Library Dedication Oct 30 2019
Adult Ed LIttle Free Library Dedication Oct 30 2019
Adult Ed LIttle Free Library Dedication Oct 30 2019
Adult Ed LIttle Free Library Dedication Oct 30 2019
Adult Ed LIttle Free Library Dedication Oct 30 2019
Adult Ed LIttle Free Library Dedication Oct 30 2019
Adult Ed LIttle Free Library Dedication Oct 30 2019

Windsor Adult Education Program Facilitator, Mayela Aguirre, was joined by special guests Jane Garibay, CT State Representative, and Adam Gutcheon, Windsor Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, as well as WPS Superintendent Dr. Craig Cooke, at the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Little Free Library charter #81592. First created in 2009, there are currently more than 90,000 Little Free Libraries around the world including in all of our 50 states.  The idea of these Libraries is to provide books closer to home therefore, increasing access to books to learn and love to read.  

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