Come celebrate Leap Day at the library. We have a full schedule of programs for you to enjoy, including a presentation by Frances Palmer, potter and gardener, working for over 34 years from her home and studio in Weston, CT. Please click here for a full schedule of events.
Frances Palmer – Life in The Studio: Inspiration and Lessons on Creativity
Frances Palmer is a potter and gardener, working for over 34 years from her home and studio in Weston, CT. A book on her work, Life in the Studio: Inspiration and Lessons on Creativity, comprises essays describing her ceramic and garden processes as well as her philosophical ideas about making a creative life. Please register.
Come spend an evening with friends and neighbors and share your projects. We can share our progress on old projects and the new ones we are starting! In between projects? Make a hat for Norwalk Hospital’s Cancer Center.
Suggested donation at the door is $20 for adults, $10 for students. We believe everyone should have access to this music, so if those donation levels are uncomfortable for you, please give whatever you can.
Calling all book lovers – new earlier time! Stop in for light refreshments, conversation, and quiet reading time before heading home for dinner. There are no assigned readings or deadlines; just a time and place to read, and the opportunity to socialize with fellow book lovers before and after the program. Bring your current book and enjoy the after-hours quiet in the Library’s cafe area.
We will be having an ongoing collection of knitted or crocheted hats for the Whittingham Cancer Center at Norwalk Hospital. You can drop hats off at the library anytime. Please leave your name when your bring them in. If you have any questions, email email@example.com. Thank you in advance for participating in this worthwhile cause!
Sponsored by the Friends of the Weston Library
Thursday Morning Group: Feb. 8 at 10:30 am: The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See
Wednesday Evening Group: Feb. 21 at 7:30 pm: Horse by Geraldine Brooks
Classics Group: Feb. 9 at 11 am: Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro