Author Visit with Craig & Fred at the Greater Middletown Military Museum In-Person
Come and meet Author and US Marine Craig Grossi and his devoted dog Fred at the Greater Middletown Military Museum! Hear about their experiences, life transitions and the power of “stubborn positivity.”
For all ages. Families welcome!
Registration is encouraged (and will close 24 hours before the event begins).
Covid Library Event guidelines: to ensure everyone's safety if any member of your household is experiencing Covid symptoms or is quarantining, we ask that you and your family stay home
Directions: Here is a link to the location of the City Park in google maps: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Greater+Middletown+Military+Museumfirstname.lastname@example.org,-72.6709101,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xc3ae8093ab2776fe!8m2!3d41.5598912!4d-72.6708212
Veteran’s Memorial Park can be accessed several ways. From Newfield Street (Route 3) take Fisher Road; from Washington Street (Route 66) take Old Mill Road north; or from Westfield Street go south on Old Mill Road. Palmer Field is accessible from Washington Street via Bernie O’Rourke Drive.
Funding for this program was supplied by Connecticut Humanities! To find out more about the work that CTH does inspiring storytelling, lifelong learning, informed public dialogue and civic engagement in ways that strengthen communities and enhance quality of life for all Connecticut's residents check out their website: https://cthumanities.org/
The Greater Middletown Military Museum (est 2019) is a tribute to all American veterans and specifically devoted to preserving the rich military history of greater Middletown’s veterans who served in the defense of America from colonial times to the present. To learn more about their mission take a look at their website: https://gmvmm.com/
- Saturday, May 14, 2022
- 11:00am - 12:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Other 1
- In person: offsite
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