Library Lines: Arts alive at the library
Arts programming is alive at the Ridgefield Library this fall. Opportunities abound for those who love to write, read, listen and create. The sixth annual Ridgefield Writers Conference happens Sept. 21, and the Ridgefield Folk series kicks off on Sept. 23. The library’s many book groups are in full swing, offering lively and thought-provoking discussions every month. The library’s STEAM corner is open and ready for all makers and creators.
On Sept. 30, teens and parents are invited to attend Thriving Through the Arts: College and Beyond, a special program focusing on next steps for young musicians, actors, dancers, and visual artists.
Something else “fore” teens: Love Your Library mini golf on Friday, Sept. 28, from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Middle and high school students can playing the course for $10 per player. Food and refreshments will be served. Participants will be entered in a raffle for gift cards valued at $100, $75 and $50. This event sponsored by Woody and Suni Harford.
Go to ridgefieldlibrary.org to access the library’s calendar of events and for more information.
Andy Forsyth is assistant director of the Ridgefield Library. Contact her at ALForsyth@ridgefieldlibrary.org or 203-438-2282, ext. 11009.