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FREE BOOK FRIDAY – May 24th

FREE BOOK FRIDAY – May 24th

Join us Friday, May 24th for Free Book Friday from 10AM-4:30PM. There will be a selection of Adult Fiction, YA Fiction, Adult Non-Fiction and some Music CDs. As always, monetary donations are always appreciated and can be dropped in our donation box.

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May is Jewish American Heritage Month!

May is Jewish American Heritage Month!

May is Jewish American Heritage Month. Celebrate by checking out a book written by a Jewish author, watch a movie highlighting Jewish stories, listen to music by Jewish artists, or even learn to speak Hebrew. You can do all of these things for free with just your library card. Check out the catalog here for a list of books to read. Kanopy has an array of titles to watch from documentaries, dramas, tv shows, world cinema, and Read More Read More

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Musicals in May on Kanopy

Musicals in May on Kanopy

From timeless classics to contemporary masterpieces, musicals continue to evolve, leaving an indelible mark on cinematic history and providing a harmonious symphony of entertainment for audiences across the globe.  See what Musicals Kanopy has to offer.  Want more musicals?  Join us on Thursday, May 30th at 7 pm, on Zoom or simulcast in person, for Great Broadway Duets with Richard Knox.Read More Read More

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May is AAPI Heritage Month

May is AAPI Heritage Month

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month and Kanopy offers free access to an impressive lineup of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage films. Immerse yourself in the rich stories that highlight the diverse experiences, traditions, and histories of the AAPI community. From heartwarming dramas to eye-opening documentaries, there’s something for everyone. Grab your popcorn and start streaming now to celebrate and appreciate the incredible contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the world of cinema. Read More Read More

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April is Arab American Heritage Month!

April is Arab American Heritage Month!

Salam, April is Arab American Heritage Month! We are celebrating this rich culture all with films curated by Kanopy to showcase the works of Arab Americans in film, offering a cinematic journey that explores their history, traditions and contemporary experiences. These films not only showcase the unique stories of Arab American individuals and communities but also serve as a powerful medium for fostering understanding, dismantling stereotypes and generating dialogue. View the collection here.Read More Read More

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We Have a New Museum Pass for Stone Barns

We Have a New Museum Pass for Stone Barns

As the weather starts to warm up, don’t forget that some of the library’s free Museum Passes can be enjoyed outdoors!

Thanks to the Friends of the Larchmont Library, we have recently acquired a new pass to the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Tarrytown, NY. Stone Barns is a nonprofit farm and research center whose mission is to catalyze an ecological food culture. During your visit, you can explore their farm’s crops, livestock and ecosystems.Read More Read More

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BUTTERFLIES: A Friends Program for the whole family!!

BUTTERFLIES: A Friends Program for the whole family!!

Sunday, May 5th at 4:00pm. Reception at 3:30pm. Please join us for a dazzling presentation by naturalist and explorer Steve Fratello, aka the “Butterfly Man” Steve Fratello has spent 1,000 days in the world’s tropical rainforests and led a half dozen major scientific expeditions for the Smithsonian and the Field Museum. He will present his spectacular butterfly and moth collections and discuss concepts including camouflage, mimicry, insect anatomy, metamorphosis, and tropical climate. Bring your children! Sponsored by The Friends of The Larchmont Public Library

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“Creature of Habit” acrylic paintings by Stephanie Fiorino

“Creature of Habit” acrylic paintings by Stephanie Fiorino

Now open until May 30th. Stephanie Fiorino was an art major at Manhattanville College- her main medium being photography. She works in the Bronx in a NYC public elementary school and has been teaching visual art for 14 years. She had 4 students’ work exhibited in the PS Art citywide exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of art and 6 in the Bronx Borough arts festival at Lehman College Gallery.

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Earth Day Denim Drive

Earth Day Denim Drive

The Westchester Library System is partnering with The Sharing Shelf to collect new & gently-used jeans for youth. Denim donations should be placed in the bin in first floor Children’s Room lobby now until April 30. Clean out your closets and help us celebrate Earth Day!Read More Read More

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Special Climate Program from the Friends – Elizabeth Kolbert

Special Climate Program from the Friends – Elizabeth Kolbert

Sunday, April 28th at 4:00pm in The Village Center. Reception at 3:30pm. New Yorker staff writer and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Kolbert joins us to talk about her new book H IS FOR HOPE: CLIMATE CHANGE FROM A TO Z.
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