“Outside the Lines” is a national initiative taking place September 14-20 to get people thinking – and talking - about libraries in a whole new way. In recent years, libraries have changed into dynamic centers for engagement to accommodate the growing needs of their local communities. Nowhere is this more true than here in Ridgefield.
To start with, we have our marvelous new building. But that is only the beginning. Throughout the week we will be highlighting on site and online the many ways the Ridgefield Library contributes to creativity, culture and curiosity in Ridgefield.
We’ll go “outside the lines” of traditional print with International eBook Day and Teen Tech Thursdays. We’ll explore the creative arts with a Ridgefield Folk concert and an opening reception for the new watercolor exhibit in The Gallery. We’ll go around the world with Fulbright scholar Eva Lee’s account of her research in Tibet and travel in time as author Todd Brewster talks about his new book on Abraham Lincoln. We’ll create common ground locally with Project Resilience, the Ridgefield Playhouse, RVNA and other partners.
Stop by or tune in on social media to go “outside the lines” with us, this week and throughout the year.