Why should you come to the Library during National Library Week April 8-14?
- Launch of an enhanced catalog and updated circulation system that will provide an easier-to-use, more attractive interface and other new features (more in coming weeks on this)
- Opening reception Saturday for “To Infinity and Beyond: Images of the Universe,” an exhibit of astrophotography and poems created by middle school participants in the recent Astro4Girls NASA pilot project
- To drop off donations for the Friends of the Library used book sale coming up in May
- To pick up audiobooks, music on CD, paperbacks and more for entertainment during spring break travel
- The return of guitar virtuoso Peppino D’Agostino to Ridgefield Folk on Sunday
- Also on Sunday, a tempting evening of readings and refreshments with top romance writers Julia Quinn, Eloisa James and Sarah Maclean
- An additional 6 book discussions, film screenings, lectures and other meetings for adults, plus 18 storytimes, book groups, Scrabble classes, movies and other kids’ programs
- Tax forms, photocopiers and high-speed access to the IRS website!
- In the words of our mission statement: To read...to discover...to question...to exchange ideas...to grow