It's beginning to look a lot like the holidays at the Library. Earlier this week, members of the Garden Club of Darien came by to decorate the Library withtrees and wreaths in what has become an annual tradition over the course of several decades.
“The Garden Club of Darien does do it every year, and obviously we reuse things from year to year, but we added a few more wreaths this year,” said Cyndy Stamm, a past president of the Garden Club. “Because the Library is so big, we’ve gotten big wreaths.”
Some of the wreaths measure 5 feet in diameter, and all were made by hand by members of the Garden Club.
“It probably took us about two days to make all of these,” Garden Club member and past president Sally MacGuire said Monday as she and other members prepared to deck the Library’s halls. She said the Garden Club has been decorating the Library for about 40 years.
There are lots of opportunities to come by and check out the decorations, including this Sunday’s performance by the Princeton Tigertones.