Upcoming Programs

Unless otherwise noted, all programs are held at the Larchmont Village Center at 4pm with refreshments served at 3:30pm.

All events sponsored by the Friends of the Larchmont Public Library are free and open to the public.

Matthew Futterman
Author Reading and Discussion
September 18th
Wall St. Journal senior sports writer Matt Futterman will read from his book, Players: The Story of Sports and Money, and the Visionaries Who Fought to Create a Revolution - the astonishing untold story of the people who transformed sports from a job that required top athletes to work second jobs in the off-season into a massive global business that pays its top 50 performers more than $20 million a year.
Sally Weinraub
Author Reading and Discussion
September 25th
Meet 95-year-old dynamo Sally Weinraub—former appeals lawyer and current mystery writer—who will read from her just published quartet: In Six Weeks’ Time, Murder on the Intrepid, Death of a Goddess, and Murder at the Mikva. The novels revolve around British-born sleuth Emily Lewis, who, much like the author, devotes her life to helping the falsely accused.
Andrew Hacker
Author Reading and Discussion
October 9th
Bestselling author and political scientist Andrew Hacker will read from his timely and provocative new book, The Math Myth and Other STEM Delusions, in which he argues that mastering the high school math sequence of algebra, geometry, and calculus sets up for failure millions of students whose talents might lie elsewhere: "Think of math as a huge boulder we make everyone pull...even if you are going to major in poetry, modern dance, or interior design."
October 16th
Join us for an afternoon of theater: the M&M production of the smash Broadway hit, Constellations, directed by Larry Schneider. This spellbinding, romantic journey begins with a simple encounter between a man and a woman. But what happens next defies the boundaries of the world we think we know—delving into the infinite possibilities of their relationship and raising questions about the difference between choice and destiny.
Cocktails Redux!
Readings by Authors
November 20th
Steve Reddicliffe, New York Times columnist and author of The Essential New York Times Book of Cocktails, will be back with another panel of authors, including Robert Simonson, whose new book, A Proper Drink, traces the history of the craft cocktail resurgence, and Waldorf Astoria beverage manager Frank Caiafa, whose new book is called The Waldorf Astoria Bar Book. And yes, cocktails will be served!
Roger Lowenstein
Author Reading and Discussion
December 4th
Veteran journalist and acclaimed author Roger Lowenstein will read from his new book, America’s Bank: The Epic Struggle to Create the Federal Reserve. A tour de force of historical reportage, America’s Bank illuminates the tumultuous era and remarkable personalities that spurred the unlikely birth of America's modern central bank. "Should be required reading," says former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin.
Jennifer Armstrong
Author Reading and Discussion
December 11th
Please join us for a reading by TV historian and entertainment journalist Jennifer Armstrong from her new book, Seinfeldia: How a Show About Nothing Changed Everything -- the story of how comedians Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld went out for coffee and dreamed up a show that 40 million Americans tuned in to watch every week.
A Screening
December 18th
Fresh off the festival circuit, Larchmont is a comedy/drama about a recent college graduate who questions his medical school plans while his dad tries to hide his new unemployment. The movie was written, directed, and scored by Ben Zuckert and shot and edited by William Seife. Co-producers Ben and William grew up in Larchmont. http://www.larchmontmovie.com/