“The Color Gallery” by Seema Varma
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“The Color Gallery” by Seema Varma

Monday, October 3rd until Tuesday, November 29th in the Oresman Gallery Seema’s colorful, intuitive, channeled acrylic on canvas paintings will be on exhibit at the Larchmont Public Library. Varma has been exhibited locally in the NY area and is also available through her eBay store. She ...

October 04, 2022
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Booker Prize Shortlist Announced
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Booker Prize Shortlist Announced

It's that time of year again! The prestigious Booker Prize winner will be announced this October. The submissions included 169 novels that were published between Oct.1, 2021 and Sept. 30, 2022. As many of you might know, the Booker Prize was founded in 1969 and ...

September 07, 2022
Study/Meeting Rooms are back!
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Study/Meeting Rooms are back!

Reference staff is moving back to their usual haunts in the basement. This means, starting this Saturday, July 23, the Tutor Room and the Conference Room on the main floor are now open to the public. Reserve a time on our aptly named Reserve-a-room page.  

July 21, 2022
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Museum Passes Are Back!
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Museum Passes Are Back!

Our Museum Pass program, which is made possible by our Friends of the Larchmont Library, is one of the most popular programs we offer here in Larchmont. As many of you recall, Covid put quite a damper on all things 'fun' at the library including ...

July 08, 2022
The Summer of Art: Adult Summer Reading Game
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The Summer of Art: Adult Summer Reading Game

Now until September 2nd. This year, our Adult Summer Reading Game explores the world of the arts. All participants might not win a prize but they will definitely end up with a fine piece of art. By reading a book from one of six, art-based ...

June 23, 2022
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Coffee Bar is Back!
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Coffee Bar is Back!

Our coffee and tea station is back! Coffees & teas are available for $1 per cup. Feel free to bring your own K-cups & coffee cup as well.

April 04, 2022
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National Book Critics Circle Award Winners
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National Book Critics Circle Award Winners

Among the most prestigious literary prizes in the United States, the National Book Critics Circle Award 'stand outs' because the recipients are chosen by book critics, rather than authors or academics. Founded in 1974, the National Book Critics Circle is made up of more than ...

March 23, 2022
To mask or not to mask
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To mask or not to mask

Following CDC guidelines, we no longer require that patrons wear masks when visiting the Library. We are, however, still recommending masks as many of our patrons (the elderly and immunocompromised for example) remain vulnerable. Masks are not just to prevent you from catching Covid, they ...

March 03, 2022
Thinking about Great Backyard Bird Count?
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Thinking about Great Backyard Bird Count?

The Great Backyard Bird Count starts this Friday, February 18th and goes to Monday, February 21st.  Visit the website at birdcount.org for more information.  Thanks to everyone who joined us for Birding 101 last Thursday evening.  We had over 50 people attend!  It was recorded ...

February 14, 2022