The Ridgefield Library is dedicated to offering a diverse range of educational and cultural programs for a wide range of audiences. Most programs are free, and registration is not required unless noted. Come learn and enjoy with us!
Check below to see if we have any programs coming up in the following categories or check our program calendar for a full listing of programs and locations.
Library Wish List
Like our monthly Books & Breakfast meetings or our convenient collection of "New and Now" books and CDs? You can help us keep them coming by makign a tax-deductible "purchase" from our Wish List catalog. Choose from dozens of items at giving levels starting as low as $25. And a Wish List purchase can be a great tribute gift for the person on your holiday list who doesn't need any more "stuff." Click here for our new catalog of Wish List items.
Contact: Lesley Lambton, Adult Programs, 203-438-2282 x11013 email@example.com
Business & Finance
Skillsbox: Tools for Business Success series is co-sponsored by SCORE and Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce.
Other Business and Finance Programs
College, Career and Job Search
Building a Model Community Response to End Lyme Disease: a special initative
Books Building Bridges
Each fall the Ridgefield Library and Ridgefield High School choose one book from the curriculum for an intergenerational exploration, including book chats, lectures and other activities. The fall 2016 selection was One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey.
The Library is pleased to partner with Ridgefield Playhouse with their Live in HD screenings. Library card holders get the $20 member rate for all HD performances.
Dr. Mark Schenker presented a lecture on Thursday, October 27 at 7 PM at the Library. Click here to listen to the lecture.
In November 2015 J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye was the book chosen by the students. Click here to listen to the lecture Is There a Catch in the Catcher in the Rye by Dr. Mark Schenker of Yale College.
Past Programs and Events - Adult Programs Newsletter:
Past Special Programs:
Ridgefield Remembers the Civil War - A town wide series of events and programs commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War taking place during 2013
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