Due to a rise in COVID cases, masks are required when visiting the Library building.


Monday, November 8

No programs scheduled for Monday, November 8


Tuesday, November 9

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Join us for "New York National Historic Sites and the History They Tell," an 8-week series. Week 6: Ellis Island and Immigration in the later 19th Century. From 1892 to 1922 over 12 million immigrants were processed on Ellis Island. Presenter, Allen J. Despres will explain how the process...


Wednesday, November 10

No programs scheduled for Wednesday, November 10


Thursday, November 11

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Calling all fiber artists! Whether you're a casual knitter, an expert crocheter, or dabble in loom weaving, join us as we create and chat. Bring your projects, get tips, and learn from one another. All skill levels welcome. Register for this creative program Registration Information Need help regist...


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

“Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Kolbert’s beat is examining the impact of humans on the environment and she does it better than basically everyone.” —Lit Hub Through Elizabeth Kolbert's works, The Sixth Extinction, Field Notes from a Catastrophe, and her gripping New Yorker articles about our pla...


7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

In this six-week short-form memoir class, you will work on telling your stories and, more importantly, developing your truth speakers—the strong, clear narrator that Vivian Gornick says “a writer pulls out of his or her own agitated and boring self to organize a piece of experience.” You will read a...


Friday, November 12

No programs scheduled for Friday, November 12


Saturday, November 13

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

American Land Records: The Meat and Potatoes of Genealogical Research Please join the Darien Library and Middlesex Genealogical Society for a genealogy lecture on how to search for and discover valuable genealogical information about male and female land-owning ancestors through land transfers. Mark...


Sunday, November 14

No programs scheduled for Sunday, November 14