Mark my words. This is going to be a November to remember. There is so much going on at the Library, you may want to plan some power naps so that you will have the energy to attend them all!
Here's what's happening:
Our Fall Author Series continues (and concludes) in November with two extremely exciting presentations. On Thursday, November 5th at 7 p.m., David Baldacci will be here to talk about his brand new book True Blue. We've read this book. We've read his others. We've heard him speak. We know that you are in for an incredible evening! Click here for all the details, including information about a book donation drive to benefit Feeding Body & Mind.
On Sunday, November 15th at 5:30 p.m., Chris Welles Feder, the oldest daughter of film icon Orson Welles will be our featured speaker. In her new book, In My Father's Shadow: A Daughter Remembers Orson Welles, she writes about her relationship with her father, and of growing up in the unreal reality of Hollywood. This promises to be a fascinating event. You can click here for more information, and also keep in mind that we are going to prepare all the prior week for this program by presenting Orson Welles Movie Matinees on November, 9th, 11th, and 13th. Click here for more information.
Our Fall Book Discussion Series continues, as does our Foreign Film Series. Madge McKeithen also returns this month for the thought-provoking and fun One Page Poetry Circle (the theme for November: Poetry & Family.)
...and, of course, don't forget The Annual Meeting of Friends of the Darien Library on Sunday, November 8th at 5 p.m! Here are the details.
See you at the Library!