Matt's interest in photography began in the 6th grade. During his freshman year of high school he created his own business.
2017 - LHS
Be prepared to take a reading comprehension test upon your return to school in the fall.
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|May 18 - 31, 2017|
THE FRIENDS OF STORRS LIBRARY "SILENT AUCTION"
From May 18 through May 31 visit the Storrs Library lobby and bid on some beautiful handmade products.
The following auction items have been donated by local artists: a large, zipper closure luggage bag by Anne Shain, a canvas nature impressionistic photography print by Mary Amato, and a fiber arts lined basket by the Storrs Fiber Arts group.
|May 31, 2017|
|June 6, 2017|
To Begin the World Over Again: The Life of Thomas Paine
“The mind once enlightened cannot again become dark.” -Thomas Paine
This film starring Ian Ruskin, captures Thomas Paine's vision of democracy during the birth of our nation. Thomas Paine helped shape our national character and even today inspires us to be better guardians of that legacy. Paine based his beliefs on one simple yet powerful idea, “justice for all.” Thomas Paine’s book Common Sense was a spark that ignited the American Revolution.
Tuesday, June 6th
|June 7, 2017|
Fannie Stebbins Memorial Wildlife Refuge Floodplain Forest Restoration Project
Join Karen Lombard, Director of Stewardship & Restoration, MA Chapter of TNC and Christian Marks, Floodplain Ecologist, CT River Program of TNC for this informative presentation.
Wednesday, June 7th
The Nature Conservancy will present information on a new project at the Fannie Stebbins Memorial Wildlife Refuge.
|June 13, 2017|
THE YEAR 'ROUND
The Longmeadow Gardeners will give a presentation on the year 'round cutting garden.
|June 20, 2017|
This program is funded by the Friends of Storrs Library in honor of Sarah Haller.
Join Kim Larkin for an educational, make-&-take culinary workshop, celebrating the powerhouses of nutrition, superfoods!. Tips, techniques, recipes, and unique superfood samples
Tuesday, June 20th
|June 26, 2017|
Join Kenneth Warchol for an entertaining presentation on honeybees! Ken mixes fun personal stories with more technical information about beekeeping and the importance of pollinator gardening. We will also sample a wide variety of honey!
Monday, June 26th
|June 28, 2017 |
COMING OF AGE
Almost Famous is the semi-autobiographical tale of director Cameron Crowe's teenage years as a rock journalist for Rolling Stone Magazine. The "uncool" fifteen-year-old William Miller is on tour with the band Stillwater. His job: to either record the golden age of rock and roll or write truthfully about the last gasps of arena rock.
|July 10, 2017|
William Van Alen was the architect of the Chrysler Building in New York City and Fred T. Ley, of Springfield, Massachusetts, was its builder. This dual biography explores the parallel lives of these two men.