The Novel Tea featuring Cheryl Strayed

Photo credit: Joni Kabana
Photo credit: Joni Kabana

Wednesday, March 30th from 12 to 2 p.m.

Join us on an adventure with Cheryl Strayed at our first Novel Tea fundraiser. The lunch will be held at Wee Burn Country Club on Wednesday, March 30th from 12—2 p.m.

Cheryl Strayed is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling memoir WILD, the New York Times bestsellers TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS and BRAVE ENOUGH, and the novel TORCH.

Tickets and tables are currently on sale here. Each table seats 10 people, and all attendees will receive a signed copy of Wild.

All funds raised from the Novel Tea will be dedicated to Darien Library resources, including technology, purchasing new books and supporting programs and guest speakers.

Black History Art Workshop

Photo by 143d ESC / CC BY 2.0
Photo by 143d ESC / CC BY 2.0

Black History Portraits Art Workshop

Wednesday, February 17th from 3-5pm.

Miss Lisa - our resident artist with a B.A. in Studio Art - will lead a very special workshop on portraiture. Create portraits of African American luminaries with Miss Lisa during this afternoon program.

Registered. Ages 8-12.

Family Tech Series 2016

Grow with us!
Grow with us!

Darien Library Presents: Family Tech Series

January, February, and March 2016

From gaming to cloud computing, technology has shaped the ways that we connect and communicate. Join us for stimulating discussions, hands-on classes, and more.

Interested participants can sign up to receive a weekly email during the duration of the Tech Series to further their knowledge and learn more about technology.  Emails will be sent on Mondays, beginning January 18 and concluding on March 14. There will be no email the week of February 15. 

Sign up for emails at http://bit.ly/TechSeries16

To view our full calendar of events, please see:

Tech Programs for Adults and Families

Tech Programs for Kids

*Registration opens Monday, January 11th

Tech Series Week 3: Online Privacy

Photo by One Way Stock Photos / CC BY-ND 2.0
Photo by One Way Stock Photos / CC BY-ND 2.0

Like what you see here? Sign up for tech emails and we will send you one email a week through March 14.

Perhaps you have seen the 2010 film Catfish, or have recently been the victim of identity theft in your household?

The world is changing rapidly, and as we become a more connected society we should be aware of how to inform and protect ourselves online. Life has become a whole lot more convenient, and most tasks can be incorporated into your mobile device, but that convenience is not without its troubles.

Learn more about Online Privacy...

Missed last week's email? Read Tech Series Week 2: Screen Time and Your Family.

Read Tech Series Week 1: Digital Darien

*Want to learn more about a technology topic and we don't have a book on it? Request a technology book purchase.

Gabbin' With Grandkids

Image designed by Lisa Nowlain.
Image designed by Lisa Nowlain.

Wednesday, February 10th at 3 p.m.

Register

Long distance grandparents can stay in touch with new technology like Skype and Apple’s FaceTime. We will show you how to utilize these technologies to read your grandkids a cherished book or just gab about what’s good. The first ten participants will receive a limited edition tote bag filled with some of our favorite story books!

 

Join us at our first Novel Tea Fundraiser.
Browse our downloadable books and audiobooks!
Watch our new series, The Library!
Your donation goes towards purchasing all Library materials including technology resources.