Thursday, May 26, 2011

Celebrating Older Americans @ the Library

May is Older Americans Month.   This year’s theme is “Connecting with Community,” and we’d like to point out some of the many ways you can do so at the Ridgefield Library.  Meet your friends at one of the movies in our Hollister Film series.  Enjoy live music at our Ridgefield Folk concerts.   Connect with fellow readers at one of our four drop-in book discussion groups.  Whether you enjoy fiction, non-fiction, or mysteries, there’s a group for you.   Join us for morning snacks and hear the latest buzz about new books at our monthly Books & Breakfast program.  Attend one of the many other unique programs we offer each month.

Or, let us help you expand your horizons to the broader community. Check out one of our museum passes that offer free or discounted admission to 20 of the premiere educational and cultural institutions in Connecticut and New York.   

Just want to find out more about what the Library offers or need help using one of our resources?  Your Ridgefield Senior Gold Card entitles you to a half hour one-on-one session with one of our librarians to answer your questions.

So, when you think of community, we hope you’ll think of the Ridgefield Library.

Contributed by Adult Services Librarian Dorothy Pawlowski

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