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      Saturday, May. 13, 2023, 9:30 am
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      SATURDAYS

      Chess Club – 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Public Library of New London, 63 Huntington St., New London; all ages and abilities; free; (860) 447-1411

      Community
      Saturday, May. 13, 2023, 9:45 am
      Community

      SATURDAYS

      Gam-Anon – 9:45 a.m., virtual; dial in number 1-929-205-6099; ID number: 8198532703; passcode: 950764; gam-anon.org; gamanonforrecovery@gmail.com.

      Education/Lectures
      Saturday, May. 13, 2023, 10:00 am
      Education/Lectures

      This stained glass project is designed for first-timers and experienced glass artists alike. A simple yet elegant design, these air plant holders bring the tranquility of nature indoors and soothing color to a sunny window. A healthy air plant (“tillandsia”) is included to make your creation complete and a perfect gift! The holders are designed and intended to be hung.

      In this workshop, you will learn to score glass, grind, foil, and solder. Please note, however, this session is not intended as a comprehensive stained glass beginners class. Sign up to make your air plant holder today!

      Please be advised that sufficient hand strength and dexterity are required for scoring glass as well as the ability to stand while working with tools.

      Ages 16+

      This is a one-session class taking place at 7 Union St. New London CT 06320

      Get Tickets Today! Class Fee is non-refundable. Please plan accordingly.

      Kids/Family, Nature/Outdoors
      Saturday, May. 13, 2023, 1:00 pm
      Kids/Family, Nature/Outdoors

      Gwen Rice from Freedom First Wildlife Rehab, a wildlife rescue service in Waterford, will bring Clyde, an ambassador barred owl, for an up-close meet and greet in a perfect setting: the Stacy Barn off of Jordan Green. Gwen will speak about regional owls, conservation, rehabilitation efforts, and more. The Stacy Barn holds a fine collection of antique farming equipment reflective of Waterford’s agricultural past. The Society’s historic buildings will be open for tours one hour before the program begins. Freedom First is an owl-exclusive rehabilitation and educational 501(c)(3) non-profit charity. A free and family-friendly event, but donations to both non-profit organizations will be gratefully accepted.

      Nature/Outdoors
      Nature/Outdoors

      The Waterford Historical Society presents Freedom First Wildlife Rehab’s presentation of “Owls Among Us” at the historical Margaret W. Stacy Barn off Jordan Green. Learn about regional owls and how to protect them and meet Clyde, the barred owl. View the antique farming equipment in the barn that represents Waterford’s rich agricultural past. Family friendly, free and open to the public. Donations for both organizations will be gratefully accepted.