|Tuesday, April 27, 2010|
|6:00pm|| Simsbury Union of Slam Poets|
Simsbury Public Library. All teens in grades 9-12 or aged 14-19 from any school are welcome! Meetings are held every Tuesday. In addition,...
|7:00pm|| Planning Commission Meeting|
Town Hall of Simsbury.
|Wednesday, April 28, 2010|
|8:00am|| Good Morning Simsbury|
The Simsbury Inn. Brought to you by "Your Simsbury Chamber Insurance Agent Experts" on CIT Products
Simsbury Public Library. Location
Arts Exclusive Gallery. One feature that stands out in the artwork by Brooke Schnabel is his sense of composition. Whether it is houses in a...
|12:00pm|| The Entertainment of Strangers|
Phelps Tavern Museum. The Phelps Tavern Museum
|6:30pm|| Business Program- Hitting Your Mark |
Simsbury Public Library. Cheryl Rice, President, Rice Communications will show you how to define your ideal target customer, how to craft...
|6:30pm|| Dealing with Email|
Simsbury Public Library. If you have an email account that is disorganized, this class is for you!We will guide you through the steps to...
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The U.S. Foreign Service Institute teaches foreign languages to government diplomats and personnel for duties abroad?and its courses are available online, for free. Which means you can access audio, texts, and tests in 41 different languages.
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Lactose Intolerance and the Evolution of Human Digestion
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