Events

We have a great number of programs, meetings, and events going on both within the two libraries and at other locations around the City. See the entire calendar of events here or check out the newsletters page:

Online Event Listings

Mother Daughter Book Club

Girls in grades 4-6 and their mothers (or other significant women in their lives) are invited to join the libary's new monthly book club.  New members are always welcome! On May 8 we will be discussing Drita, My Homegirl by Jenny Lombard. Copies of each month's book will be availbalbe at the Children's Department desk. Registraton is not required, but interested people should contact Mrs. Fritsch at 203-924-9461, or by email at literaryfun@yahoo.com for further information.  Light refreshments, crafts, and door prizes at each meeting, which begins at 6:30PM.

Stories with Danielle

At the Branch on Thursdays at 11AM. Join Danielle as she enchants 2 – 4 year olds with this cozy session.

First Friday Book Discussion

At the Branch on 4/4 at 1PM. The Jefferson Key by  Steve Berry will be discussed.  Next month's selection will be The 19th Wife by David Ebershoff. Books are available at the Huntington Branch Library.

Stay & Play

At the Plumb on Fridays at 10:30AM. Open play time for infants to preschoolers as their caregivers chat over tea, share concerns. New members are welcome to drop in; no registration needed. 

Library Lego Club

At the Plumb on Saturday, 3/22 at 2PM. Drop in for construction fun for kids 3-12 years and their caregivers; the library provides Legos and Duplos – a monthly theme provides the challenge, kids provide the imagination! All Lego and Duplo creations go on display in the Children’s Department until the next club meeting. Library building blocks cannot go home, and please do not bring any of your personal kits from home.