Many Happy Returns

News, Suggested Reading and More from Greenwich Library

Banned Book Week Begins

What would you do if you went to the library to check out a book, only to find it wasn’t there? Not because it was already checked out, but because someone else didn’t agree with its content and had it removed. According to the American Library Association’s (ALA) Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF), there were […] [Read More]
Categories: Books, General

Children’s Program at Greenwich Library

Tomorrow children ages 2-5 are invited to Sing, Play and Move with Marta. Children will enjoy singing, music and movement with musical instruments in the Library’s magical Constellation Room on the second floor. The program is limited to 20 children and their caregivers, so come early to sign up a the Children’s Desk. For more information […] [Read More]

Friends Friday Film is “My Week with Marilyn”

This week’s Friends Friday Film is “My Week with Marilyn,” an award winning film starring Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe. Based on two books by Colin Clark, the movie follows an assistant producer as he gives Marilyn Monroe a taste of everyday life during the London filming of The Price and the Showgirl in 1957. […] [Read More]
Categories: Programs

Nutrition 101

This evening at Greenwich Library Dr. Veronica Waks will teach the basics about how the food you consume is absorbed and used by your cells to impact your health. Visit the Meeting Room at 6 p.m. and create a firm foundation for understanding important health topics such as cholesterol, high blood pressure, weight reduction, cancer […] [Read More]

Fall Into the Library

Can you feel it? School has started. There is a light crispness in  the morning air. Some of the leaves have started to turn. As autumn makes its way to New England, we invite you to “fall” into Greenwich Library this month. This evening Shakespeare expert Bob Smith returns for an eight week examination of […] [Read More]

Zeitoun High School Essay Contest Winners

The Greenwich Reads Together town-wide event has wrapped up but there is still great news to share. One of the highlights was the high school essay contest, where students were asked to answer the question: Please explain how your reading of Zeitoun, by Dave Eggers, has affected your view of justice and anti-Muslim sentiment in […] [Read More]
Categories: General

Mother’s Day!

Today is Mother’s Day! After brunch head to the library and grab one of the many fascinating books we have that focus on one of the favorite women in your life — Mom! [Read More]
Categories: General, In the News

Paperworks Curator Walk Through at Flinn Gallery

Paperworks: Material as Medium, is the beautiful new exhibit that opened Thursday at the Flinn Gallery. Today at 2pm, curators Kelly Eberly and Barbara Richards with browngrotta arts of Wilton, will walk through the Flinn Gallery to guide patrons through the more than 85 inventive works made of handmade, recycled and commercial paper from artists […] [Read More]