News flash to the NFL: The competition is back! Beginning on Sunday, September 29, The Friends of the Larchmont Library will launch its fall series—a varied roster that is every bit as riveting as double overtime. Tackling conflict is the backdrop for several of the programs—a counterterrorism expert’s view on civil liberties vs. national security; a theater production about two foreign correspondents just back from the Middle East; and a documentary about the ongoing battle over hydraulic fracturing, known as fracking. And then there’s the fun stuff. For film buffs, a history of special effects in Hollywood. And sports fans, we haven’t forsaken you: Yankee historian and former television producer for both baseball and NFL games, Marty Appel, is on the slate. Please mark your calendars and join us at Larchmont Village Center, directly behind the library. Programs begin at 4 pm unless otherwise noted; wine and cheese at 3:30.
Who are the Friends of the Larchmont Public Library?
We are interested residents who contribute to the Library in important ways. Government funding alone cannot finance all the cultural
events that our community currently enjoys. The Friends of the Larchmont Public Library— an independent 501c(3) not–for–profit organization — provides the money needed for
these additional programs. Please join us and become a member. There are numerous opportunities for interested volunteers!