August 2012 Archives
We've updated the look and feel of this award-winning publication, introducing bold color and vivid images. We've added two full pages so we can feature more of the collections, services and programs you love while inviting the thrill of discovery. Click here to read Keep Posted.
Starting next month, the @ Your Library column will highlight Library collections, providing patrons with ideas for using them in their daily lives to accomplish goals such as starting a business, understanding jazz or learning to download an eBook.
Using full color allows the opportunity to feature beautiful images from the Flinn Gallery exhibits, as well as the detail in book cover art. The Byram Shubert and Cos Cob branches will share a whole page, allowing each library more space to focus on their unique character. This new design is part of the Strategic Plan initiative to further develop the Greenwich Library brand and enhance the community's connection to the Library.
Click here to read Keep Posted. We want to know what you think! Post your thoughts here as a comment or email email@example.com.
Emily Giffin was a guest of AuthorsLive@GreenwichLibrary on July 25, 2012 to discuss her latest novel, Where We Belong. You can listen to the podcast and view pictures of the event below.
On July 10, 2012, Andrew Gross visited Greenwich Library to discuss his new thriller, 15 Seconds. Check out the podcast and pictures from this AuthorsLive event below.
Greenwich's own Claude Johnson was here June 13 to debut his new book, Black Fives: The Alpha Physical Culture Club's Pioneering African American Basketball Team, 1904-1923. You can listen to the podcast of this AuthorsLive event below.