The list of events has been finalized (for now) and we’ve also gathered together some books in case you want to learn more. The books are on display opposite the Circulation Desk. You can see the titles online broken into fiction and nonfiction.
That loud grinding noise you’ve been hearing is Librarian June Hesler compiling statistics from this summer’s Adult Reading Challenge. We gave out 291 New York State of Mind reading maps which resulted in 76 raffle entries. Congratulations are due to the five stalwarts who read a book from all six regions. Read more…
Registration is now open for the 4th annual Friends of the Larchmont Public Library SCARECROW FESTIVAL! Registration can be done online or you can pick up an entry form in the library (HINT: its on the back side of the Scarecrow Festival Flyer) and mail it in with your registration fee. Click HERE to register online or for additional information. Registration must be completed by Saturday, October 4th. The Scarecrow Festival will take place from Saturday, October 18 through Saturday, October 25.
That’s right! We’ve been closed on Sundays through the summer, but beginning this Sunday, September 7, we’re open from 12:00 noon to 5:00pm. And unless there’s a rogue holiday that should happen to fall on a Sunday, we’ll be open on Sunday all the way till Memorial Day weekend next year!