Libraries are not just for kids! Pick up a good mystery, attend an interesting event, learn a new language in the car, or conduct research for your business on one of our databases- all things are possible with the help of the library.

Essential Oils for Everyday Ailments

At the Huntington Branch Library on Tuesday, 9/29, at 1:00 PM. Join us for this “make-and-take” workshop as Renee Gosart, wellness advocate for doTERRA Essential Oils, discusses how to use peppermint, lavender, eucalyptus, and On Guard, to help alleviate nausea, headache, fever, allergies, colds, coughs, and more.  All attendees will receive a sample roller bottle of an oil to take home, and a prize drawing will be held at the end of class. Registration is required and begins September 15.

College Planning

At the Huntington Branch Library on Monday, 10/5, at 6:15 PM.  Tony Luther will help parents of high school students make sense of the often daunting process of preparing their kids for college. His presentation will cover Academic Preparation and Financial Implications of Enrollment Management. Topics, complete with handouts, will cover everything from how to select a school to government laws of funding. Please call 203-929-3593 if you would like to attend.

First Friday Book Discussion

At the Huntington Branch Library on Friday, 10/2, at 1:00 PM. The Double Bind by Chris Bohjalian, will be discussed today while enjoying light refreshments. This gripping mystery spans decades, between Jay Gatsby’s Long Island and rural New England. The November selection will be The Tower, the Zoo, and the Tortoise by Julia Stuart. Books are available at the Hunting Branch Library.

Olde Ripton Garden Club

At the Plumb on the first Mondays of the month at 10:00AM.  Area garden and plant enthusiasts gather for workshops and speakers, new members welcome.