MOST OF OUR PROGRAMS ARE STILL ON ZOOM. WE OFFER SOME SOCIALLY DISTANCED SOON IN THE LIBRARY GROUNDS. CLICK ON THE PROGRAM TO GET TO THE REGISTRATION BUTTON
Join us via ZOOM. Call, click on the program to register or send us an email if you want to participate: email@example.com. Zoom is a fun and easy way to participate in programs online. We will send you an invitation to join. It's that simple!
Outdoor In-Person Story Times for Families on Wednesdays
Join us under the trees weather permitting. If it is raining the program will be cancelled. Bring your own chair or blanket and wear a mask. We will remain socially distanced.
Social Knitting: Bring your Projects and Ideas for an Hour of Chatting and Knitting
Join Cathleen Sulli and other knitters for an hour of chat. Bring your projects to show and talk about, get some advice and new ideas. Register Here
Outdoor In-Person Story Times for Families on Tuesdays
Join us under the trees, weather permitting. If it is raining the program will be cancelled. Bring your own chair or blanket and wear a mask. We will remain socially distanced. r.
Teen Book Group
Meets weekly on Tuesdays, 7:00 – 8:00 pmThe library has copies to check out. The next book will be We meet weekly on Zoom. We talk about the progression of the book, as well as play a game of Kahoot! REGISTER HERE
Accomplished and aspiring writers are invited to join Maryanne D’Amato, local resident and author, for a supportive meeting. This fun and welcoming group is open to all and new participants are encouraged. Send us an email and Maryanne D’Amato will send you an invitation to […]
Bagels and Books: Afterlife by Julia Alvarez
Afterlife, a novel of immigration, grief, and families, has been called resonant and a tour de force. We have copies at the library. Unless there is a heat spell, this will be a Zoom program. Register
Baby Sign Language Taught by Katie Lenahan for her Girl Scout Gold Award – Saturday Lessons
Katie is getting her Girl Scout Gold Award. As part of this, she wants to teach parents, siblings, and families how to communicate with their babies using sign language. Teaching baby sign language builds communication skills, accelerates speech, has long-term cognitive benefits, enhances bonding, and builds a child’s […]
Author Talk, Uprooted: A Gardener Reflects on Beginning Again by Page Dickey
Page Dickey is a local resident garden designer and author of many books on gardening. Her home in North Salem was featured in the NY Times, Elle Decor and Vogue. She now lives and gardens in Falls Village, Connecticut.
Baby Sign Language taught by Katie Lenahan for her Girl Scout Gold Award – Weekday Lessons
Katie is getting her Girl Scout Gold Award. As part of this, she wants to teach parents, siblings, and families how to communicate with their babies using sign language. Teaching baby sign language builds communication skills, accelerates speech, has long-term cognitive benefits, enhances bonding, and builds a […]
History and Biography Book Group, This Mighty Scourge: Perspectives on the Civil War by James McPherson
McPherson, professor emeritus at Princeton, brings a lifetime of scholarship to these short essays. It is a fun provocative look at enduring questions about the Civil War. This will be a Zoom program. We have copies. Register
Culinary Literacy with Chef Deb Rizzo – Decorate Holiday Cupcakes
Join CIA graduate, private chef and local resident, Deb Rizzo, as she demonstrates how to decorate spectacular cupcakes for the holidays. We can’t party for the holidays we can add some seasonal cheer by decorating cupcakes with the family. Register for these programs
Conversation with Local Gardeners- Now Meeting on Zoom
Conversation with Local Gardeners meets monthly on the second Saturday of the month at 10:00 am. Bring your questions and ideas to this informal group of local expert garden enthusiasts. This group is free, open to all. Register Here
Alan Sklar, Voice Actor reads A Child’s Christmas in Wales
Voice actor Alan Sklar will read A Child’s Christmas in Wales by Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. It was first recorded in 1952 on BBC and is a nostalgic look at Christmas from the perspective of a young boy.