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Staying Warm and Cozy

If you've been bundled up indoors, now is the time to throw on your winter coat and brave the cold.

It's warmer than a few days ago, but temperatures in the 30s are still cold. So bundle up, head out and have fun!

Meet a Friend

Plan a mid-morning tea or afternoon coffee break with someone you haven't seen for awhile. Branford has many charming places to grab a cup, relax, and chat. We suggest , , , and . If you have a favorite place we forgot to mention, tell us in the comments.

Snow Bear Story Time James Blackstone Memorial Library 
 Auditorium
10 - 11 a.m.; Babies – age 5; Free

Join Miss Mary and Miss Carly in singing, dancing, reading and crafting. Remember to bring your teddy bear!

, Keyes Gallery

Enjoy viewpoints at the Keyes Gallery featuring artwork by Pat Goldstein and Sandra Kensler. Visit the library and borrow a book, movie or museum pass while you are here.  

Branford Recreation Department Winter Registration

If you haven't already registered for any winter activities, don't delay any longer!


, Lucy T. Hammer Room
6 - 8pm; Free

Grab your needles, yarn and head over to the library for an evening of knitting, crocheting, and talk with new friends.  

Anthony Paecht December 29, 2010 at 02:20 PM
How about The Waiting Station which blows them all away?
Nicole Ball December 29, 2010 at 02:53 PM
Good thinking Anthony! Some of the most delicious hash browns on the shoreline! http://branford.patch.com/listings/waiting-station
PATRICIA December 29, 2010 at 08:58 PM
How about Starbuck's at Cherry Hill Circle? Lindsay and the other wait staff are so kind.

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