The Initiative

Hello! West Hartford, a project of West Hartford's new Community Connections group, is a town-wide initiative to build bridges between community members.  Put simply, it is saying "Hello" and "Welcome" to each other in one of the many languages spoken by West Hartford residents.  There will be a different host and language chosen for each month.  Please click on one of the links under "How to Participate" for more information. Among the initiative's many supporters are: Mayor Scott Slifka, Town Manager Ron Van Winkle, School Superintendent Karen List, School Board Member Terry Schmitt, and Celebrate West Hartford Coordinator Helen Rubino-Turco. Hear what Mayor Scott Slifka has to say »





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Bengali Fun Facts

For more information, go to: http://www.uni.edu/becker/bengali.html



Did You Know?

Learn about “Supper at 7″

 

Hello! West Hartford’s
Third Year in “Revue”

April 28th, 2014 — 5:30pm to 8:30pm
West Hartford Town Hall Auditorium

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The Dr. Karen L. List
Global Ambassador Award

The Dr. Karen List Global Ambassador Award which recognizes a Junior or Senior at Hall and Conard who promotes or embraces the West Hartford global community through service, action or demonstration.

Download the press release →



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If your business or organization would like to be listed as a participant on this site, contact us through the form below or at hellowesthartford@gmail.com



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February 17th, 2011

Share with us what your organization is doing to help promote language and cultural awareness in West Hartford!



36 comments

  • Shaikh Majid

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    To Promote Urdu Language Worldwide,

    We are invited you to visit Urdu News Paper http://www.tameerurdudaily.com/invite.php?i=35
    It is a most popular News paper From India.
    Click on Below Link to check the site.

    http://www.tameerurdudaily.com/invite.php?i=35

    Regards

    Shaikh Majid

  • Ms Korean

    I think learning languages is just something that many of us have an interest in following. That’s why you get people learning Korean by watching jdramas. Thus there’s time spent on study methods. These are good times.

  • Shannon

    GREAT, GREAT night at Hello West Hartford

  • Hello! West Hartford

    See you Monday Night April 29th!

    Thanks West Hartford News for the article!

    Click to read below!

    http://www.westhartfordnews.com/articles/2013/04/23/news/doc5176b7efe45d8129335109.txt?viewmode=fullstory

  • patrick

    I am so excited for the celebration on April 29. It will be so fun. I attend IEA in west Hartford. My music teacher speaks Korean. Our janitor speaks Spanish and we have a student who knows ASL. Our school is very diverse as is West Hartford. I am happy to be going to School in West Hartford. It is so culturally diverse and Hello! West Hartford helps bring out the beautiful patchwork of culture. I am a big supporter of Hello! West Hartford.

  • ruth Lee silver

    Please keep me informed about future activities. I am very interested in your programs.

  • Bepsie

    Thanks to all those who came to our Year in “Revue” celebration. We all had a wonderful time! Blog here to let us know what you liked or share something new!

    Bepsie

  • ALEX

    Russian Radio Program every Sunday from 8 am to 9 am at WRTC 89.3 FM

  • Nepali New Year video- Dil Yo Mero Dil

    This dance is by Anuragi Khadka and was preformed in front of a huge crowd at the Nepali New Year 2069.

  • Nepali New Year video- Dil Yo Mero Dil

    This dance is by Anuragi Khadka.



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