We are pleased to announce that we have developed a new packaging system for our popular museum passes. Colorful and durable plastic pouches have replaced the cumbersome looseleaf notebook binders. These are a convenient size to tuck into a handbag or pocket and are well-secured with zippers and snaps to keep all the important paperwork secure.
Thirteen popular institutions in Connecticut and New York offer some variety of free admission deal, and another eight offer discounted admission. The choices range from art museums like the Wadsworth Atheneum and NYC’s Guggenheim Museum, to outdoor activities such as nature centers and parks, to interactive children’s learning experiences. Passes may be borrowed by Ridgefield Library cardholders for two nights on a first-come, first-served basis.
Some museums provide free passes to libraries; others offer special library discounts through a museum pass program organized by the Connecticut Library Consortium. Here in Ridgefield, the Friends of the Library have generously paid these fees for us since the program started some years ago.
Pick up a brochure at the Library describing all the offerings or visit www.ridgefieldlibrary.org and click on Catalog & Collections, then Other Resources. Have a great trip, and send us some pictures of your adventures!