The Library strives to present a variety of literary, cultural and educational programs in keeping with the spirit of both the Library’s Mission and Program Policy Statements.
The Library has three program seasons: Fall, Winter/Spring and Summer. We aim to have our seasons planned in advance. Annually, we host our:
- Monthly Book Clubs whose schedules and upcoming titles can be found on the After-Dark Book Club page and 2nd-Friday Book Club page.
- Summer Reading Bingo for Grownups: This competition is for adults and teens grades 9 and up. Staring June 15th, you can pick up a bingo page or download one here (with instructions.) Try to complete a bingo with a vertical, horizontal or diagonal line by writing down the books you read over the summer in the appropriate boxes (you may not enter a title more than once.) Participants who complete a bingo will be entered in a drawing to win a brand-new Kindle! The deadline to turn in your cards is Friday, September 30, 2022. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Computer Instruction: We generally offer instruction in Word; Setting up an eMail account; Researching using Databases; Downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks. Please call the Library to make an appointment.
- Usually, in the winter months we offer an 8-week Career Development Seminar, Managing Your Career in Changing Times, with a career counselor from the Career & Educational Counseling Service (WEBS). This program helps people: Evaluate his or her skills, interests, personality; learn how to use online career information; explore career alternatives; find out about educational/training programs in Westchester; and learn effective job strategies. For more see Career & Educational Counseling Service (WEBS).
We love to have our local authors come to present and discuss their books. Over the years we’ve hosted New York Times bestselling author Lorenzo Carcaterra, editor and travel writer Mark Adams, food and travel columnist John F. Mariani, New York Times labor and workforce reporter Steven Greenhouse, novelist and short story writer Kathleen Hill, Yale’s Chester D. Tripp Professor of History Paul H. Freedman, political journalist and columnist Joe Klein, journalist and author Fen Montaigne, and novelists Lynn Schnurnberger, Karen Dukess and Rachel Cullen, to name a few. Please see our calendar for event listings.