We close this building in less than 4 weeks. We're looking forward. We're looking back. It's a wonder our heads aren't spinning...there is no time to wind down before we gear up for everything that's to come with our big, exciting move.
Besides, we still have lots going on here throughout the month of November!
In other November-news, our final Book Sale in this building begins next Saturday, the 8th! There will be an enormous amount of really great stuff for sale and you'll have through noon on the 12th to come by and sort through. Here are all the details.
On Sunday, November 16th, our Fall Book Discussion Series concludes with Unaccustomed Earth by Jhumpa Lahiri. It's the 4th and final book of our series, OF THEE I SING: NOVELS ABOUT THE CHANGING FACE OF AMERICA. We'll meet with our discussion leader Jordon Pecile (pictured at left) at 2:30 p.m. in the Program Room.
And fall is not fall in Darien without our Foreign Film Series! There are still two more films on the schedule and you won't want to miss them!
On Friday, November 14th, we'll be showing The Grocer's Son. In French with English subtitles, running time is 96 minutes.
And then on Friday November 21st (our last Friday in the building), Hula Girls will be the feature. In Japanese with English subtitles, the films runs 120 minutes.
We also have a fine art show that just went up and will be our Art On View through the rest of our time here. The exhibit is by the Art Faculty of the Darien Schools and not only is it a privilege to view, it's fabulous knowing that we are so privileged to have these talented individuals teaching in our schools!
And, now we return to our biggest Event-news of the month...we will close this building for good on Wednesday, November 26th at 6 p.m.