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Murder, Murder, Murder!

Murder, Murder, Murder!

Calling all true crime fans! Introducing our new book club, Once Upon a Crime with Librarian Caroline Cunningham. Starting Thursday, February 9th, we will meet and discuss non-fiction books that will fill your true crime fascination. From topics ripped from the headlines, to crimes you‘ve never heard of. Our first book is Michelle McNamera’s, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, about the hunt for a man known as the Golden State Killer. This book group will meet once a month in person and over Zoom. Register here.Read More Read More

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Covid Test Kit Update

Covid Test Kit Update

Westchester County is currently unable to provide anymore Covid test kits for distribution at public libraries. Although you won’t be able to get one at our library, for the time being, you can order kits online via the United States Postal Service. The USPS can mail four testing kits to your home free of charge. Please visit this site to https://www.covid.gov/tests to submit your request.Read More Read More

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We’ve changed our look (and functionality)

We’ve changed our look (and functionality)

As you can see, the look of our webpage has changed. The primary purpose of the redesign is to make our webpage work better on phones and other mobile devices but it was also time to refresh the nine year old design. We encourage you to poke around and get a feel for the new page. Additional details are available at the New Web Page FAQ. Read More Read More

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We’re changing our look (and functionality)

We’re changing our look (and functionality)

On December 15th, the look of our webpage will change. You can preview our new site right now at larchmontlibrary.org. The primary purpose of the redesign is to make our webpage work better on phones and other mobile devices. We encourage you to poke around and get a feel for the new page. Please keep in mind that this is a work in progress. As for now, we ask that you please continue to use our current site to make room reservations, sign up for programs, etc. It would be great to hear your feedback and note any problems you might encounter- please email our Head of Reference, Liam Hegarty, at whegarty@larchmontlibrary.orgRead More Read More

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Did you know eMagazines are available on Libby and Hoopla?

Did you know eMagazines are available on Libby and Hoopla?

With your library card you have access to over 4,300 magazines through Libby. You have access to The Economist, The New Yorker, US, Paris Match, Architectural Digest, Fine Art Connoisseur and much much more.   Hoopla also has a great collection of emagazines for you to enjoy.Read More Read More

Paul Doherty
Home Alone in the Michael P. Coords Activity Room

Home Alone in the Michael P. Coords Activity Room

Grades 4 – 8 with adult. Sunday, November 20 from 12:30 – 2pm. Registration required. What would you do if you were home alone and there was an emergency?  In this workshop, for preteens who spend time alone at home and the adults who love them, you’ll learn how to stay safe from EMT Joan Lloyd.

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Auriyanna Melendez
Little Story Writers

Little Story Writers

Grades 2 – 4   Thursdays  5:15 – 6pm, November 3, 10, & 17. Registration Required. Does your child love telling stories and creating art? This new program pairs children with Mamaroneck High School students to help them write & illustrate their own storybooks! Each book will take 3 sessions to create.  Child must attend all sessions. REGISTER HERE

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Linnea Moosmann
3D Inventors with TinkerCAD

3D Inventors with TinkerCAD

Saturdays, November 5, 12, 19 from 10am – 1pm. Learn TinkerCAD, a 3D design platform, and use it to invent problem-solving objects.  Over the course of 3 meetings, we will brainstorm, design, and print our creative ideas.  This program will be taught by professionals from The Center for the Digital Arts, SUNY Westchester at Peekskill.  Students in grades 4 – 8 Sign up hereRead More Read More

Kim Larsen
2022 Banned Books Week

2022 Banned Books Week

What makes a book so powerful that people want to prevent it from being read? This is the ever-burning question many people ask about banned books. There is so much tension in the literary world around censorship and banning books that there’s an entire week in September dedicated to openly discussing these books which make some people ‘uncomfortable.’ You will also have a chance to answer the ever-burning question in our Banned Books Week Contest (click on Read More for details).Read More Read More

Sean Smith
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