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Town Hall
579 Exeter Road
Lebanon, CT 06249
860.642.2011
Fax: 860.642.7716
Hours
Monday, Thursday & Friday - 8:00am-4:00pm  
Tuesday: 8:00am-6:00pm  
Closed Wednesday
Individual Department Hours May Vary

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Town of Lebanon Calendar

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Wed, Jul 1st
10:30am - 11am
[Library Events]
Read, Rock and Rhyme is fashioned after the Mother Goose on the Loose program that integrates the latest research in early literacy and infant brain development with traditional story time elements. Join us as we share books, rhymes, musical instruments, songs, movement, flannel board tales, puppets, finger plays and more.
Thu, Jul 2nd
5:30pm
[Meetings]
 
Thu, Jul 2nd
5:30pm
[Community Events]
Summer Dance Fest
Fri, Jul 3rd
7pm
[Legal Holiday]

Town Hall is closed.

Mon, Jul 6th
10am - 10:45am
[Library Events]
This early literacy program will offer age-appropriate activities for participants and for those transitioning from our Read, Rock and Rhyme program. Please join us for stories, rhymes, finger plays, music and more.
Mon, Jul 6th
2pm - 4pm
[Library Events]
Grab your friends, a few favorite board games and head to the Library!
Relax and stay cool while challenging your friends.
Mon, Jul 6th
4:30pm
[Meetings]
Conservation and Agriculture Commission Regular Meeting
Mon, Jul 6th
7pm
[Meetings]
Inland Wetlands Commission Regular Meeting
Tue, Jul 7th
2pm - 4pm
[Library Events]

Black or White (2015)  Starring Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer, this is the story of a grandfather who is suddenly left to care for his beloved granddaughter.  When her paternal grandmother seeks custody, the little girl is torn between two families who love her deeply.

Tue, Jul 7th
6pm - 7pm
[Library Events]
If you enjoy Origami, get ready to fold and create a cool Modular Sonobe Unit.
Tue, Jul 7th
7pm - 9pm
[Meetings]
Cemetery Commission Special Meeting
Wed, Jul 8th
10:30am - 11am
[Library Events]
Read, Rock and Rhyme is fashioned after the Mother Goose on the Loose program that integrates the latest research in early literacy and infant brain development with traditional story time elements. Join us as we share books, rhymes, musical instruments, songs, movement, flannel board tales, puppets, finger plays and more.
Wed, Jul 8th
2pm - 3pm
[Library Events]
We can't wait to see who you chose! What evil deeds was your villain up to? You may put your poster on display at the library if you like, and pick it up at the end of the summer.
Wed, Jul 8th
6:30pm - 7:30pm
[Community Events]
Wednesday, July 8 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm “Eastern Connecticut Native People and Their Stone Artifacts” State Archaeologist, and UConn professor Brian Jones lectures on the Eastern Connecticut Native People with a “show-and-tell” of stone tools. Guests are invited to bring stone artifacts for a “show and tell.” Please arrive between 6pm –6:15pm to place your labeled objects on tables for display. Members free, non-members $2. Refreshments served Held at the Lebanon Historical Society Museum located at 856 Trumbull Hwy., Lebanon For more information call 860-642-6579 museum@historyoflebanon.org www.historyoflebanon.org
Thu, Jul 9th
6:30am
[Community Events]
As part of the Summer Concert Series "Room To Move" will be playing on the Lebanon Green at 6:30 pm to dark. 

So bring your lawn chair or blanket and your picnic basket and come enjoy the music. This will be to support Neighbors Helping Neighbors (Lebanon's Food Cupboard), so please bring a non-perishable food item to donate!

SPONSORED BY LEBANON RECREATION COMMISSION

For more information contact Sandra Tremblay at the Lebanon Recreation Department (860) 642-4085 or email at lebanonrec@lebanontownhall.org.

Thu, Jul 9th
7:30pm
[Meetings]
Water Pollution Control Authority - Regular Meeting
Sat, Jul 11th
4:30pm - 10:30pm
[Community Events]
Mon, Jul 13th
10am - 10:45am
[Library Events]
This early literacy program will offer age-appropriate activities for participants and for those transitioning from our Read, Rock and Rhyme program. Please join us for stories, rhymes, finger plays, music and more.
Mon, Jul 13th
4:30pm
[Meetings]
Conservation and Agriculture Commission Special Meeting
Mon, Jul 13th
6pm - 7:30pm
[Library Events]
Learn why you might want to switch to essential oils, their uses and benefits, and how to begin incorporating them into daily life.
Mon, Jul 13th
6:30pm
[Meetings]
Meetings are held at the Senior Center and are open to the public. 
 
Tue, Jul 14th
2pm - 3pm
[Library Events]

Codes are symbols or signals used to represent, or communicate, something else. A Cipher is a way to make a word or message secret by changing or rearranging the letters in the message.
We'll have various messages for you to crack. You'll be able to use the same techniques to create your own secret codes at home.
Program designed for ages 8 and up.

Tue, Jul 14th
4pm
[Meetings]

Regular monthly meeting of the Board of Selectmen

Tue, Jul 14th
5:30pm
[Meetings]
Public Works Building Committee
Tue, Jul 14th
6pm - 6:45pm
[Library Events]

Connecticut troopers who want to be part of the K9 unit are carefully screened to determine their suitability for the work. Being a dog handler involves much additional work, requires excellent physical fitness, and a serious commitment. It also demands an individual who can function as part of a team, and who has complete faith in the ability of the team. Dog handlers and their dogs go places where others cannot or will not. Troopers who are dog handlers are not removed from their patrol function - rather they are expected to perform all the regular duties of a trooper, and the additional responsibilities of the specialty. Once selected as a trainee dog handler, troopers attend a training class which lasts four months. They are paired with a specially selected dog, and both learn the ropes together, beginning to form the bond that will make them a team. The training includes obedience, searching and tracking, aggressive work, evidence recovery, and a rigid physical fitness regimen. When they have completed the program, they return to their troop and put their skills to work. The dogs are part of the trooper's family, living at home with them and playing with their kids. There are no "cages" in CSP cruisers - these are dogs that are completely stable and happy, with excellent obedience - not man-eaters that are kept in kennels. When the dogs are "senior", they are retired and live out their years with the trooper and his/her family. Most veteran dog handlers will say that these were the best years of their careers. 

We'll be fortunate to have a Trooper and dog visiting JTL to explain their important roles.

 

Tue, Jul 14th
7:30pm
[Meetings]
Board of Education Meeting
Wed, Jul 15th
10:30am - 11am
[Library Events]
Read, Rock and Rhyme is fashioned after the Mother Goose on the Loose program that integrates the latest research in early literacy and infant brain development with traditional story time elements. Join us as we share books, rhymes, musical instruments, songs, movement, flannel board tales, puppets, finger plays and more.
Wed, Jul 15th
6:30pm
[Meetings]
Economic Development Commission Regular Meeting
Thu, Jul 16th
2pm - 3pm
[Library Events]

Create an illustrated journal to use while exploring outdoors this summer.

Thu, Jul 16th
4pm
[Meetings]
Library Building Committee Special Meeting
Thu, Jul 16th
7pm
[Meetings]
Jonathan Trumbull Library Board of Trustees Meeting
Thu, Jul 16th
7pm
[Meetings]

Public hearings begin at 7:00 PM with regular meetings starting directly afterward.  If no public hearing, regular meetings begin at 7:00 PM.

Sat, Jul 18th
9am
[Meetings]
Library Building Committee Special Meeting
Sat, Jul 18th
11am - 11:45am
[Library Events]

You never know who will save the day.
It's not always the biggest and strongest!
Watch a tiny mouse rescue a huge lion.
And find out who is "greatest of all!"
Two additional stories will also be performed for your entertainment.

Mon, Jul 20th
10am - 10:45am
[Library Events]
This early literacy program will offer age-appropriate activities for participants and for those transitioning from our Read, Rock and Rhyme program. Please join us for stories, rhymes, finger plays, music and more.
Mon, Jul 20th
2pm - 4pm
[Library Events]
Grab your friends, a few favorite board games and head to the Library!
Relax and stay cool while challenging your friends.
Mon, Jul 20th
7pm
[Meetings]
Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting
Tue, Jul 21st
2pm - 2:45pm
[Library Events]
Come try your hand at these Shooters and Catapults. Which do you think will work best?
Tue, Jul 21st
7pm
[Meetings]

Regular monthly meeting is 3rd Tuesday of the month in Town Hall conference room.  Check the calendar for specific meeting dates and locations.

Tue, Jul 21st
7pm
[Meetings]
Cemetery Commission Meeting
Wed, Jul 22nd
10:30am - 11am
[Library Events]
Read, Rock and Rhyme is fashioned after the Mother Goose on the Loose program that integrates the latest research in early literacy and infant brain development with traditional story time elements. Join us as we share books, rhymes, musical instruments, songs, movement, flannel board tales, puppets, finger plays and more.
Wed, Jul 22nd
7pm
[Meetings]
Library Building Committee Regular Meeting
Thu, Jul 23rd
10:30am
[Meetings]
Regional Animal Control District Board of Directors Meeting
Thu, Jul 23rd
4pm
[Meetings]
Library Building Committee Special Meeting
Thu, Jul 23rd
7:30pm
[Meetings]
Water Pollution Control Authority - Regular Meeting
Mon, Jul 27th
9am - 4pm
[Youth Activity]

Spend the week with Andrew Escalera of Engineering Imagination, LLC learning about "Rocket Science," "Egg-Gingering," "Green Engineering," "How Things Work," and LEGOS!

For grades K-6
One-week session is Monday, July 27 through Friday, July 31, 2015

Session 1: Grades K-2   9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Session 2: Grades 3-6   1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Down and mail in registration form here.

SPONSORED BY LEBANON RECREATION COMMISSION
For more information contact the Lebanon Recreation Department at (860) 642-4085
or email us at lebanonrec@lebanontownhall.org.
Mon, Jul 27th
10am
[Meetings]
Safety Committee Meeting
Mon, Jul 27th
6pm - 7:30pm
[Library Events]
Learn about cleaning without harsh or harmful chemicals, using essential oils.  Recipes to be shared.
Mon, Jul 27th
7pm
[Meetings]
Recreation Commission Meeting
Mon, Jul 27th
7:30pm
[Meetings]
Energy Task Force Advisory Committee Regular Meeting
Tue, Jul 28th
9am - 4pm
[Youth Activity]

Spend the week with Andrew Escalera of Engineering Imagination, LLC learning about "Rocket Science," "Egg-Gingering," "Green Engineering," "How Things Work," and LEGOS!

For grades K-6
One-week session is Monday, July 27 through Friday, July 31, 2015

Session 1: Grades K-2   9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Session 2: Grades 3-6   1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Down and mail in registration form here.

SPONSORED BY LEBANON RECREATION COMMISSION
For more information contact the Lebanon Recreation Department at (860) 642-4085
or email us at lebanonrec@lebanontownhall.org.
Tue, Jul 28th
6pm
[Meetings]
Jonathan Trumbull Jr. House Preservation Board Regular Meeting
Wed, Jul 29th
9am - 4pm
[Youth Activity]

Spend the week with Andrew Escalera of Engineering Imagination, LLC learning about "Rocket Science," "Egg-Gingering," "Green Engineering," "How Things Work," and LEGOS!

For grades K-6
One-week session is Monday, July 27 through Friday, July 31, 2015

Session 1: Grades K-2   9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Session 2: Grades 3-6   1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Down and mail in registration form here.

SPONSORED BY LEBANON RECREATION COMMISSION
For more information contact the Lebanon Recreation Department at (860) 642-4085
or email us at lebanonrec@lebanontownhall.org.
Wed, Jul 29th
7pm
[Meetings]
Library Building Committee Special Meeting
Thu, Jul 30th
9am - 4pm
[Youth Activity]

Spend the week with Andrew Escalera of Engineering Imagination, LLC learning about "Rocket Science," "Egg-Gingering," "Green Engineering," "How Things Work," and LEGOS!

For grades K-6
One-week session is Monday, July 27 through Friday, July 31, 2015

Session 1: Grades K-2   9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Session 2: Grades 3-6   1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Down and mail in registration form here.

SPONSORED BY LEBANON RECREATION COMMISSION
For more information contact the Lebanon Recreation Department at (860) 642-4085
or email us at lebanonrec@lebanontownhall.org.
Thu, Jul 30th
6:30pm - 7:15pm
[Library Events]

Two-time Freestyle Frisbee Champion, Todd Brodeur, educates, entertains and motivates his audience with captivating Frisbee shows and interactive playshops. He promotes staying active throughout your life by playing disc sports. He focuses on healthy lifestyles, creativity, flexibility and balance, all aimed at improving self-esteem and confidence. World Class Frisbee Shows and Playshops teaches the next generation new ways to learn Frisbee skills that increase hand-eye coordination and all will have fun and success while exercising.

Frisbee flipping has been part of American pop culture for over 50 years. Across the globe, the popularity of Frisbee sports has never been greater. Now you can watch a master of the craft and also learn and improve your freestyle skills. This simple space age object will bring fun and excitement to your life. Participants will be inspired to play more Frisbee, be active, be self-aware and continue to discover.

Thu, Jul 30th
7pm
[Meetings]
Planning & Zoning Subcommittee Meeting
Fri, Jul 31st
9am - 4pm
[Youth Activity]

Spend the week with Andrew Escalera of Engineering Imagination, LLC learning about "Rocket Science," "Egg-Gingering," "Green Engineering," "How Things Work," and LEGOS!

For grades K-6
One-week session is Monday, July 27 through Friday, July 31, 2015

Session 1: Grades K-2   9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Session 2: Grades 3-6   1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Down and mail in registration form here.

SPONSORED BY LEBANON RECREATION COMMISSION
For more information contact the Lebanon Recreation Department at (860) 642-4085
or email us at lebanonrec@lebanontownhall.org.
Mon, Aug 3rd
10am - 10:45am
[Library Events]
This early literacy program will offer age-appropriate activities for participants and for those transitioning from our Read, Rock and Rhyme program. Please join us for stories, rhymes, finger plays, music and more.
Mon, Aug 3rd
2pm - 4pm
[Library Events]
Grab your friends, a few favorite board games and head to the Library!
Relax and stay cool while challenging your friends.
Mon, Aug 3rd
4:30pm
[Meetings]
Conservation and Agriculture Commission Regular Meeting
Mon, Aug 3rd
7pm
[Meetings]
Inland Wetlands Commission Regular Meeting
Tue, Aug 4th
2pm - 4pm
[Library Events]
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2015)  Directed by John Madden and starring Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Bill Nighy.  The movie picks up about 8-9 months after the original story and centers around Sonny's attempts to raise money to buy a second hotel, and the plans for his upcoming marriage to Sunaina.  Free popcorn and comfy seats!
Tue, Aug 4th
4pm
[Meetings]

Regular monthly meeting of the Board of Selectmen

Tue, Aug 4th
6:30pm - 7:15pm
[Library Events]

Mr. Magic, a.k.a. Rich Rothstein, is a Norwich attorney by day and master of illusions by night! This exciting evening will reveal magic ranging from the ancient to today's more recent illusions. He will entertain you with an evening filled with mesmerizing spectacles and spell-binding entertainment.

Wed, Aug 5th
10:30am - 11am
[Library Events]
Read, Rock and Rhyme is fashioned after the Mother Goose on the Loose program that integrates the latest research in early literacy and infant brain development with traditional story time elements. Join us as we share books, rhymes, musical instruments, songs, movement, flannel board tales, puppets, finger plays and more.
Wed, Aug 5th
2pm - 3pm
[Library Events]

This week we’ll be making an 8-sided Origami Vase.

Wed, Aug 5th
4pm
[Meetings]
Library Building Committee Special Meeting
Thu, Aug 6th
5:30pm
[Meetings]
 
Thu, Aug 6th
6:30pm - 7:30pm
[Library Events]

   World class performers Joe Murray and Susan Kirby have travelled the globe entertaining audiences for over 20 years. Highlights of their professional career include performances in Japan, Europe, The Bahamas, Aruba, and The Cayman Islands. Appearances at: The Kennedy Center, Los Angeles Olympics, Special Olympics World Games and entertaining U.S. Military Troops at home and abroad.

    Here at home they have entertained in 43 of the 50 states at every type of event you can imagine. Joe and Susan have shared the stage with Robin Williams, Jerry Seinfeld, Tim Allen, John Mellencamp, Larry the Cable Guy, Jeff Foxworthy and Billy Gardell just to name a few.

Mon, Aug 10th
10am - 10:45am
[Library Events]
This early literacy program will offer age-appropriate activities for participants and for those transitioning from our Read, Rock and Rhyme program. Please join us for stories, rhymes, finger plays, music and more.
Mon, Aug 10th
2pm - 4pm
[Library Events]
Grab your friends, a few favorite board games and head to the Library!
Relax and stay cool while challenging your friends.
Mon, Aug 10th
6:30pm
[Meetings]
Meetings are held at the Senior Center and are open to the public. 
 
Tue, Aug 11th
3pm - 3:45pm
[Library Events]
With this interactive, educational and entertaining program, library patrons will meet a diversity of animals who lead heroic lives! While firefighters, doctors, librarians and police officers are heroes who work to enrich our lives and support us, animals too are heroes that help us as well as each other. We’ll explore how a variety of animals keep us healthy by eating disease-carrying insects. Learn how some tortoises dig burrows that provide homes for hundreds of other species during at least one stage of their lifecycle. Discover how some animals dig trenches for their offspring, while others adopt orphaned babies. We’ll also discuss how animals help to plant forests as well as fruit trees! Meet Animal Ambassadors such as a Solomon Islands Monkey-tailed skink, a Red-foot or Sulcata tortoise, Green Tree frogs or Red-eyed Tree frogs, an African bullfrog, a Bull snake, Chinchillas, a Chilean Rose Hair tarantula and perhaps an Eclectus parrot or an Owl!
Tue, Aug 11th
5:30pm
[Meetings]
Public Works Building Committee
Tue, Aug 11th
7:30pm
[Meetings]
Board of Education Meeting
Wed, Aug 12th
10:30am - 11am
[Library Events]
Read, Rock and Rhyme is fashioned after the Mother Goose on the Loose program that integrates the latest research in early literacy and infant brain development with traditional story time elements. Join us as we share books, rhymes, musical instruments, songs, movement, flannel board tales, puppets, finger plays and more.
Thu, Aug 13th
6:30am
[Community Events]
As part of the Summer Concert Series "Room To Move" will be playing on the Lebanon Green at 6:30 pm to dark. 

So bring your lawn chair or blanket and your picnic basket and come enjoy the music. This will be to support Neighbors Helping Neighbors (Lebanon's Food Cupboard), so please bring a non-perishable food item to donate!

SPONSORED BY LEBANON RECREATION COMMISSION

For more information contact Sandra Tremblay at the Lebanon Recreation Department (860) 642-4085 or email at lebanonrec@lebanontownhall.org.

Thu, Aug 13th
7:30pm
[Meetings]
Water Pollution Control Authority - Regular Meeting