Services Available Now

  • Limited Browsing is available in the Adult/Teen Departments, no appointment required, Mon-Sat 1-4:30pm FAQ
  • Browsing by Appointment is available in the, Children’s Room, FAQ
  • Contact Free Holds Pickup:  Appointments, FAQ
  • Return of materials: Mon-Sat 9am to 4:30pm. Items are quarantined for at least 72 hours before being checked in and fines will be waived at check in until further notice.
  • Contact us:  Mon-Sat 9-5. By phone: 914-834-2281 X3 for Adult Services and general information, X4 for Children’s Room. Any time by email: larchmontlibrary@wlsmail.org.
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  • Our Downloadable Services are always available: Ebooks etc.

Library News

Upcoming Programs April 19th to May 2nd

Do you remember watching Ed Sullivan, Meet the Press, Uncle Miltie, Milton Berle, Joe Friday, Lucy and Desi and Ralph Kramden? Reminisce about these shows and more in The Early Days of TV with Evan Weiner on Thursday, April 22nd at 7 pm. Do you know a 3rd to 5th graded who loves graphic novels? Have them join the Graphic Novel Book Group on Zoom on Friday, April 23rd at 3:45 pm.

Adult Programs

QiGong with Steve Goldstein live on Zoom
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10 am

Leaps of Time and Place with Ileen Gottesfeld on Zoom
Wednesday, April 21st at 10 am

The Early Days of Television with Evan Weiner on Zoom
Thursday, April 22nd at 7 pm

Movie Discussion with Paul Doherty on Zoom
Friday, April 23rd at 10 am

A Virtual Visit and Discussion from Isabel Wilkerson
Sunday, April 25th at 2 pm

SPANISH CONVERSATIONS with María-Cristina Sánchez on Zoom
Wednesday, April 28th at 9:30 am

Caste Book Discussion: Chapter 6: How We Measure Humanity
Wednesday, April 28th 1 pm

Larchmont-Mamaroneck Exploring Our Roots: Exploring our Nationalities
Wednesday, April 28th 7 pm

Great Courses: The Great Trials of World History And the Lessons They Teach Us
Thursday, April 29th at 11 am

Going Once! Going Twice! with Larchmont’s own Clarke Auction Gallery on Zoom
Thursday, April 29th at 7 pm

Yoga with Damien Germino Online through Zoom
Saturday, May 1st at 12:15 pm

Children’s Programs

Book Matchmaker
Now till April 30th

Take-Home Craft of the Week- Earth Flowers
Week of April 19th

Preschool Palooza with Erin on Zoom
Tuesday, April 20th and Tuesday, April 27th at 3:45 pm

Young and Restless with Erin on Youtube
Wednesday, April 21st and Wednesday, April 28th at 10 am

Start With Art
Wednesday, April 21st and Wednesday, April 28th at 3:45 pm Program FULL – email larchmontkids@gmail.com to be placed on the waitlist

Silly Storytime with Linnea on Youtube
Thursday, April 22nd and Thursday, April 29th

Graphic Novel Book Group on Zoom
Friday, April 23rd at 3:45 pm

Take-Home Craft of the Week- Paper Plate Pig
Week of April 26th

Westchester Battle of the Books Interest Meeting on Zoom
Friday, April 30th at 3:45 pm

Teen Programs

No programs at this time

Limited Browsing

Limited Browsing is now available Monday through Saturday 1-4:30 pm. This means masked, socially distanced patrons can wander through our stacks to look for something to read, to watch or to listen. You can also check out holds. Browsing for the Adult/Teen rooms does not require an appointment. Patrons may walk-in Monday-Saturday 1pm-4:30pm. Appointments are still suggested for the Children’s Room. Although appointments are not mandatory, they will guarantee admittance at your chosen time. If you haven’t used Browsing before, we suggest you look at the FAQ. Public computers, seating and study spaces are not available at this time.

Tax Forms Available

Now you can get paper tax forms two ways: 1. Pick them up during Browsing by Appointment hours; or 2. Contact us (914-834-2281 x.3, larchmontlibrary@wlsmail.org), tell us what you need and then pick them up using a Curbside Pickup appointment just as if they were a book. Any form we don’t have we can print for you. Sorry, but we cannot give you any tax advice and we do not know which forms are right for you. If you need tax assistance the AARP offers free <a href=”https://taxaideqa.aarp.org/hc/en-us”>tax help online</a> or you can call 914-365-8903.

A Virtual Visit and Discussion from Isabel Wilkerson

April 25th at 4PM. CASTE explores through an immersive deeply researched narrative and stories about real people, how America today and throughout its history has been shaped by a hidden caste system, a rigid hierarchy of human rankings. Isabel Wilkerson, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Humanities Medal, is the author of the critically acclaimed, New York Times bestsellers The
Warmth of Other Suns, and Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents

Sponsored by CURE (The Coalition for Understanding Racism through Education) in partnership with these five libraries: HarrisonLarchmontMamaroneckNew Rochelle, and Rye.

Discussion groups related to core topics of the book will be held on April 8th, 17th, 25th, 28th and May 3rd. Moderators will facilitate these discussions. Ms. Wilkerson will only participate in the 4/25 event.

To register for this event, Click HERE