AuthorsLive: Emma Cline

The best selling novelist Emma Cline, author of 'The Girls,' will be at Greenwich Library on Monday, May 8 at 7 pm on the eve of the book's paperback release.

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Kanopy: New Online Movie Streaming Service

Greenwich Library card holders can now watch popular films and documentaries anytime with Kanopy streaming service. Kanopy features over 26,000 movies, documentaries, indie, and foreign films including the Criterion Collection, the Great Courses, Kino Lorber, PBS, and thousands of independent filmmakers. The service works on mobile devices, tablets, PC’s, and laptops and patrons can stream up to 20 titles a month.

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Keep Posted: May 2017

This month at Greenwich Library, enjoy book discussions from two bestselling authors, join in on a debate about fake news, and view a documentary on female entrepreneurs.

Frank Lloyd Wright: On the Road to Broadacre City

Yale University Art History professor Craig Buckley will discuss the urban landscape in the 20th century, including Frank Lloyd Wright’s influence on city planning on Sunday, May 7 at 4:30 pm. The lecture will investigate Wright’s oeuvre in light of his changing attitude from his early career in Chicago to his proposal for Broadacre City

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Money Smart Week

Learn to better manage your personal finances with these programs throughout the week:
Saturday, April 29 – Financial Balancing Act for Mid-Career Individuals
All week in the Children’s Room – Design a Dollar Bill

Flinn Gallery: Cambodia

The new Flinn Gallery exhibition takes a look at contemporary art in Cambodia, the subtleties and complexities that characterize a fluid present moving between past and future. Events include:
Thursday, May 4 – Art Exhibition Opening
Friday, May 5 – Friends Friday Film: ‘The Missing Picture’
Saturday, May 6 – Cambodian Music Concert
Sunday, May 7 – Artist Talk: Tying the Foot: How Cambodian Artists Create Meaning Through Humor and Wit
Sunday, May 7 – Book Discussion with Patricia McCormick, author of ‘Never Falls Down: A Boy Soldier’s Story of Survival’

The New S&P NetAdvantage

On Monday, May 15 at 10:00 am in the Tech Training Center, John Quealy from S&P Global will provide a review of the new S&P NetAdvantage interface. Netadvantage, a business reference service, offers company information, industry surveys, market research and more.

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Score Big with Musical Arrangements at the Library

Are you finally taking up the piano again? Do you have a big audition coming up? Take a look at the comprehensive collection of music scores at the Library. From Led Zeppelin to Broadway musicals to piano concertos, there’s something for everyone. Scores circulate for three weeks and are located on the 2nd floor across from the CD’s.

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