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New Girls Who Code club for Ridgefield teen girls starting soon at the Library!  Learn to code and create your own content. Sign up now to join other young women in closing the gender gap in technology.  Contact Teen Librarian Megan Klein at 203-438-2282 x11004 or email GirlsWhoCode@ridgefieldlibrary.org with questions.

Next Chapter Book Club -
Wednesdays - 6:30 PM

Join our weekly book club designed especially for adolescents (16 and up) and adults with intellectual and developmental challenges. Non-readers, non-verbal, emerging readers, fluent/avid readers are all welcome and encouraged to participate at their comfort level. For more information and to register, click here.

Revisiting the Founding Era:  Meet George Washington Through Art - Sunday, February 24 - 2:00 PM
Dr. Michael Norris, art historian and former museum educator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will give an illustrated talk about George Washington through works of art.   Norris will emphasize how artists of Washington's own time portrayed him for posterity and how that posterity, through its own crop of artists, commemorated his deeds. For more information and to register, click here.

Save the Date!  The 2019 Great Expectations Gala honoring Paul and Dewey McNamara with the Hope H. Swenson Visionary Award will be held on Saturday, May 4.  Click here for more information.

Noteworthy

Hard Drive Smash - Saturday, March 23 - 1:00 PM   Spring cleaning for your old tech!  Click here for details.


Check out this year's ARTalks! This series explores the creative process through lectures, films, and workshops that are focused on art, architectrue, and design. Co-sponsored with the Ridgefield Guild of Artists. See more and register for programs here.


Help with resume writing, interviewing, and job search. Career assessments included. Live online coaching and feedback. Click here to get started.

Browse our online catalog here or stop by the display case in the Bossidy Commons for library-themed gift and convenience items.

Your "Library on the Go"
Click here for downloadable and streaming books, magazines, audiobooks, music and video from OverDrive (Libby), hoopla and more.

Passport Service Available
By appointment only.
Call 203-438-2282 x11022 for information.


Winter weather is here!  For information about closings, please take a look at the Library's Weather Policy.

Your financial contribution helps the Library continue as a community leader providing outstanding opportunities for all.  Donations at all levels are greatly appreciated. 

2017-2018 Annual Report available here.

Featured Events

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