There’s a lot going on at the Ridgefield Library. Not only is our Summer Reading Program in full swing - we are also collaborating with several groups on special events to make the summer even more fun.
Friday, July 11 will see the first Songs at Six presentation by the Ridgefield Music and Arts Center on the Library front lawn. RMAC musicians have performed these informal concerts at various locations in town in past years, and this summer they have elected to celebrate the new Library by bringing their talents to 472 Main Street.
The Chamber of Commerce’s Summerfest is coming up on July 18 and 19, with a fun theme this year of Ridgefield Rewinds to ’64. The Library will be participating with 50th birthday celebrations for Maurice Sendak’s Wild Thing, an I Spy-style treasure hunt in the Lodewick Children’s Library, a mini book sale and more.
“Where’s Waldo in Ridgefield?” continues until the end of the month. The Library is pleased to be one of the 25 locations around town where seekers can find Waldo and mark their passports to qualify for prizes. Thanks to Books on the Common for bringing this fun family activity to Ridgefield for a third year!