Summertime is perfect for working on your family's story. You can interview your relatives about their parents and their memories of their grandparents. This collection of books focuses on popular topics from recent genealogy lectures.
Black History Month (or African-American History Month) is celebrated in February each year. The month-long celebration highlights the history and achievements of African-Americans within U.S. history. The celebration originated with black historian [Carter G. Woodson](https://dar.to/2DStKvK "Carter G. Woodson").
You can care for yourself this Summer by incorporating fresh fruits and vegetables from local farmer's markets into your diet, taking a break in nature, exercising, and listening to upbeat music! Here are just a few suggestions to get you started!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Check out some of these insightful and useful books on the subject. Be sure to take a look at the Wellness Wall on the 2nd floor for more educational information about early detection and treating breast cancer.
We asked for patrons to tell us their favorite books they've read in 2019. Some titles were published last year, but they're all the books that you loved best. Want to add your book? Tweet us @darienlibrary.
Voting is a superpower - so make sure you exercise your right to vote this year!
Below are Darien Library's picks for the best books on the history, power, and importance of the vote for adults, children, and teens.
Books offer their readers a unique opportunity to inhabit someone else's perspective; to learn, to grow. This month we celebrate our favorite fiction, non-fiction, prose, and poetry, written and illustrated by great Black American authors and illustrators.
Since 1982, The United States has dedicated the month of March to celebrating the history, contributions, and achievements of American women. The theme of 2021's Women's History Month is: **[Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to be Silenced](https://nationalwomenshistoryalliance.org/)**. This is an extension of last year's theme, the celebration of which was curtailed by the spread of the COVID-1 ...