Mamaroneck Public Library events
Ebook downloads from the library
On a rainy day, isn’t it nice to know that you can stay home and download a free e-book from the Mamaroneck Library? Go to our homepage, www.mamaronecklibrary.org and click on the “Download eBooks & eAudio” icon on the lower right side of the homepage. Please have your library card number on hand.
Come check out the books and DVDs for sale on the lower level of the Mamaroneck Library.
All childrens books: $.50 each or 3 for $1.00
All paperback books: $.50 each
Hardcover books: $1.00 each or 3 for $2.00
Music CDs: $.25 each
Videos: $.75 each
DVDs: $1.00 each
Art Books: $5.00 each
Please pay at the check-out desk on first floor.
Clearance sale on the first day of every month: Everything 50 percent off. Oct. 1, Nov. 1 and Dec. 2, until further notice.
To volunteer at the book sale, please contact John Hofstetter at 914-698-4789.
Mamaroneck Public Library
136 Prospect Ave. Mamaroneck, 10543
Larchmont Public Library events
Leaping Literature with Naomi Hill
Monday, Sept. 23 and 30 at 3:30 p.m.
The very popular former principal of Central School is back for more fun at the library. Join her for an interactive and movement based storytime. Registration not required.
Library Lab: Construction Challenge
Ages 8 and up.
Friday, Sept. 20 at 3:30 p.m.
Join us for a fun exploration of STEM‑science, technology, engineering, math. We’ll complete hands-on activities such as Dig and Dump and The Human Crane in order to understand some of the challenges associated with construction. Registration required.
Montessori, Mommy and Me
Ages 1 ½ to 3
Monday, Sept. 23 at 10:30 a.m.
Come experience an introduction to a Montessori environment with you child guided by a local Montessori teacher and mom, Meghan Rinehart. Learn as a community hands-on ways to develop an environment in which practical skills are used to foster a child’s concentration, independence and self-esteem. Registration required.
Big Truck Day
Saturday, Sept. 28 from 10 a.m. to noon.
Children of all ages are invited to climb on and clamber over the biggest and coolest trucks provided by the Town of Mamaroneck and Village of Larchmont. Come to the parking lot behind the library to participate in the fun. Rain will cancel the program, but it will be held drizzle or shine. Registration not required.
Larchmont Rotary Club meeting
Sep. 20. Features a presentation by Elisabeth Radow, the environmentalist and President of the Larchmont Mamaroneck League of Women Voters.
Five-hour pre-licensing class
Formula One Driving School located at 584 Mamaroneck Ave. Mamaroneck has the five-hour prelicensing class scheduled for: Saturday, Sept. 21 at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 4 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 28 at 10 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 29 at 10 a.m. This class is required by New York State for new drivers before they can take their road test. Please call 914-381-4500 or visit our web site at formulaonedrivingschool.com to register for this class or for other services and for upcoming insurance reduction/point reduction class dates.
Westchester nature center events
Fall Foliage Find
A hike to view the changing colors of the fall landscape.
Sunday, Sept. 22, 2 p.m.
Marshlands Conservancy, Boston Post Road, Rye, 914-835-4466
Fall Shelter Building
2 p.m. Learn how to construct a life-size shelter using only materials found in nature.
For more information, go to westchestergov.com/parks or call 914-864-PARK.
At Home on the Sound event
Retired television producer and writer Don Epstein, a longtime resident of New Rochelle, will relate humorous personal reminiscences of his 40-plus years in the industry in a talk hosted by At Home on the Sound on Oct. 16. His work brought him in close contact with so many TV and film stars that he can give his talk the reverse title “Celebrities Who Have Known Me.”
Among the many past and present celebrities with whom Epstein has worked are Marlon Brando, Dolly Parton, Diana Ross, Peter Ustinov, Willie Nelson and Dr. Joyce Brothers. “Working with them toward a mutual goal of putting on the best show possible, you get to know them in a way the public seldom can,” he said.
At Home on the Sound is a service organization for individuals 60 and up who live independently in the area. Epstein’s talk is free and open to the public at St. John and Paul’s rectory meeting room at 3:30 p.m.. www.AtHomeonheSound.org
Deadline for our What’s Going On section is every Friday at 12 p.m. Though space is not guaranteed, we will do our best to accommodate your listing.
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