Children's Summer Reading

Students grade k-6, select your library location and register online. Track your reading, earn prizes, and enjoy a summer of programs at the library.

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FocusOn: Architecture Summer Program Series

This summer series will explore architecture from a historical, artistic, technological, and mechanical perspective. Tying into the 2017 Children’s Summer Reading theme, Build a Better World; FocusOn: Architecture will engage patrons of all ages.

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Keep Posted: June 2017

This month at Greenwich Library, enjoy a Poet’s Voice reading by J.D. McClatchy and stunning revelations about Brain Health with Dr. Cynthia Green and more.

Friends Friday Films

On Friday, June 23 at 8:00 pm, the Friends Friday Films will present Eye in the Sky (2016, Rated R) in the Cole Auditorium. After tracking a terrorist for years, army colonel Helen Mirren must make an agonizing decision whether to endanger a civilian in a drone attack.

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Fiction Addiction Book Club

On Monday, July 10 the Fiction Addiction book group will discuss Carol Anshaw’s novel Carry the One. From 1983 through 2008, the book tracks a Chicago family unsettled by a fatal accident, including all about growing up and growing older: marriages, breakups, material success, and spiritual uncertainty.

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MoMA Lecture: Frank Lloyd Wright

On Thursday, June 29 at 7:00 pm, hear from Molleen Theodore, Associate Curator of Programs at the Yale University Art Gallery, who will discuss MoMA’s exhibition ‘Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive’ (Curated by Barry Bergdoll). This lecture will focus on two landmark buildings: the Unity Temple and the Beth Shalom Synagogue.

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Poet’s Voice: J.D. McClatchy

Please note, this event has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances.

 

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Greenwich Reads Together 2017 Book Selection

News of the World by New York Times best-selling author Paulette Jiles has been chosen for Greenwich Reads Together 2017! News of the World is a moving work of historical fiction, a skillful imagining of the American West. Learn more about the selection and the author and don’t forget to place a hold and pick up a copy today!

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