Your Feedback: The Library Café

As part of Greenwich Library’s ReImagine project, a new café on the lower level is anticipated to open in summer 2020. What is your future vision for the new café? Please tell us what you think by taking this confidential survey.

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Read All About It! WSJ Online

Just added! Enjoy complimentary digital access to The Wall Street Journal online when you’re at the Library. No login or account needed. Please note this is for in Library access only.

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Printed Calendars: September 2019

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

Business Formation 101

On Wednesday, September 25 at 6:30 pm, learn the basics of starting an LLC including the Department of State filing requirements, documents to think about creating, and contracts you may want to consider before entering into business for yourself.

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3D Printing Certification

3D printing at Greenwich Library with the Lulzbot MiniOn Saturday, September 21 at 2:00 pm, learn how to use the LulzBot Mini 3D printer, including how to change filament, find objects to print, set up a print job, and troubleshoot the printer.

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Biographer Sam Weller

GRT: Author Talk with Ray Bradbury's Biographer Sam Weller

On Wednesday, September 25 at 7:00 pm at the Byram Shubert Library, hear from Ray Bradbury’s authorized biographer Sam Weller on an in-depth look into Bradbury’s masterpiece Fahrenheit 451 including the making of the novel and about the man behind the book.

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Stone Walls & Structures

Stone Walls & Structures of England and New England: An EvolutionOn Saturday, September 21 at 1:30 pm, hear from accomplished stone artisan Andrew Pighills who will draw comparisons between the geology and building styles of stone walls in England and New England.

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GRT 2019 Programs are on Fire!

Have you read this year’s Greenwich Reads Together book selection, the renowned classic Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury? Join us for programs and discussion groups this Fall to explore more about the themes of the book.

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