Laptop users with machines running Windows XP are able to print wirelessly from their computers when in the Library.
In order to print wirelessly, you will need to download and install a small piece of software. Simply click on this link, and then click on the "Save File" button to save the install file to your computer. Depending on your settings, the install file will be saved either to your Desktop or to your Downloads folder in your My Documents folder.
To collect your printout:
If you need assistance, please speak to the staff member on duty at the Help Desk in the Power Library just outside SoHo.
This Week at the Library showcases the event highlights of the week. Watch and listen as Barbara talks about what's coming up at Darien Library.
The 2010 Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Darien Library was held on October 24. Isobel Coleman, Senior Fellow for U.S. Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, and author of Paradise Beneath Her Feet: How Women are Transforming the Middle East, was the featured speaker.
This Week at the Library showcases upcoming event highlights.
On Tuesday, October 19 at 7 p.m., a panel of nutrition experts discussed healthy food choices in the special program, To Eat or Not to Eat? That is the Question. Today’s supermarkets provide so many choices, it can become difficult to decide which foods to purchase for a healthy lifestyle. Nutrition experts Jessica Yep, MS, RD, CDN – Registered Dietician and Founder of Nutrition Consultants LLC, Mimi MacLean, Holistic Health Coach – The Well Balanced Life, and Ronna Corlin, Healthy Eating Specialist – Whole Foods Market addressed food issues such as overeating, portion-size awareness, making healthful food choices for your family (especially children), and the importance of plant-based living.
This program was part of the Library’s Health & Wellness Series, “A Picture of Health,” an extensive series of lectures, expert panels, computer workshops, and films. The schedule offers sessions on a variety of health issues, including nutrition, stress management, personal safety for children and teens, pain management, holistic medicine, sleep disorders, and medication management.For more information about the Health & Wellness Series, please click here.
This Week at the Library covers the event highlights of the week.
This Week at the Library highlights the events of the week at Darien Library.
In the spring, Darien Library hosted the Marine Art Exhibit. Marine Art is regarded as one of the most popular forms of fine art. In practice, it takes many forms, including painting, drawing, printmaking, beach scenes, and all art showing boats. At the close of the show, we had the opportunity to interview Phil Meyer, whose incredible model ships had graced Main Street during the exhibit. In this interview Mr. Meyer talks about the art and craft of model ship building, and points out the details of each of the ships that were displayed.
Our thanks to Phil Meyer for taking the time to speak with us.
This Week at the Library is a way to learn about event highlights at Darien Library.
This Week at the Library gives the upcoming event highlights at Darien Library.