Community Conversation on Positive Paths for Youth, including a youth panel and community discussion on how to address concerns, build opportunities for young people and support youth programs in the New Haven area. Shahid Abdul-Karim, the Community Engagement Editor of the New Haven Register, will facilitate, at Augusta Lewis Troup Middle School, 259 Edgewood Avenue.
Free classes to prepare for U.S. citizenship, offered jointly with Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS), at the New Haven Public Library's main branch, Tuesdays beginning November 12. Call 203-946-8138 to sign up; walk-ins are also welcome.
Pre-School Story Times are every Monday and Tuesday from 10:30-11:30 at the New Haven Public Library's Stetson branch. Enjoy stories, songs, and fun for pre-school ages; call ahead to reserve a spot: Diane Brown at (203) 946-6786.
ExCHANGE is a monthly public forum at Dwight Hall for Yale students, faculty, and staff to come together with New Haven-area educators and other community members to exchange questions and ideas about education. "Expanding college access" is the topic December 4. RSVP: email@example.com.