A New Chapter

Greenwich Library is proud to share a master plan to ReImagine, ReNew, and RePurpose its Main Building, ensuring it continues to be an exceptional resource for the entire Greenwich community.

Libraries Closed: Presidents’ Day

On Monday, February 18, Greenwich Library and its branches will be closed for Presidents’ Day. While the Libraries are closed, discover downloadable ebooks, audiobooks, streaming TV, music, and movies, and much more through the Digital Library.

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Historical Newspaper Collection

Delve into the history of Greenwich with the Library’s historical newspaper collection. It contains fully searchable articles on local news, issues, events, people, and more from selected past issues of Greenwich News, Greenwich Observer, and Greenwich Time, with more issues added on a regular basis.

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Printed Calendars: February 2019

Click below for printed calendars of programs and events at Greenwich Library and its Byram Shubert and Cos Cob branches in February 2019.

2019 Tax Forms

It’s that time of year again! Stop by to pick up hard copies of Federal and CT tax forms and New York State paper forms are expected shortly. You can also print out forms online. Click here for Federal forms, click here for State of CT forms, and click here for NY State forms. Free tax prep assistance will be available from AARP every Saturday from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm beginning Saturday, 2/2 until Saturday, 4/13.

Flinn Gallery Artist Talk

Flinn Gallery Artist Talk: Suzan Shutan

On Sunday, February 24 at 2:00 pm, join us for an artist talk with Suzan Shutan of Fluid Terrain as she discusses her site-specific installation work. Shutan’s work straddles the worlds of two and three dimensions. She builds vibrant interactive landscapes that portray an environment integrating with its surrounding architecture.

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Great Backyard Bird Count Prep

Great Backyard Bird Count 2019 Prep Session

On Saturday, February 16 at 10:00 am, Ted Gilman, of the Audubon Center in Greenwich, will introduce us to some of the most common winter birds in our area and explain how you can count these birds and become part of the ‘Citizen Science’ team through the Bird network of Cornell University.

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Ashforth Children’s Concert

Ashforth Children's Concert: 'Peter and the Wolf' with the American Classical Orchestra

On Saturday, February 23 at 2:00 pm, kids grades K-3 and their families can enjoy Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, the tale of an adventurous young boy and his animal friends, performed by the American Classical Orchestra, with each musician portraying one of the story’s colorful characters.

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eLearning at the Library

Learn on your own time and at your own pace with our online classes and test preparation resources. You can learn a language, brush up on your tech or business skills, watch or listen to renowned lecturers, and much more.

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We may sit in our library and yet be in all quarters of the earth.