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.

Watanabe concert at Larchmont Temple
February 8th
The violin concert will be held at 4 pm in the Social Hall at Larchmont Temple, corner of Willow and Larchmont avenues. We expect a huge crowd as always for this annual event, so come early to grab a seat. Refreshments at 3:30.
Weekends of February 28th and March 7th
This visually interactive 300-sq.-ft display, filled with whimsical scenes bursting with puns hidden surprises, is sure to entertain kids (and adults) of all ages.
A reading by Michael Roth
Author Reading and Discussion
April 12th
A reading by Michael Roth, President of Wesleyan University, from his new book, Beyond the University: Why Liberal Education Matters.
3rd Annual Spelling Bee
April 19th
Our third annual Larchmont Spelling Bee, Sunday, April 19th, 3:30pm to 6pm at the Social Hall at Larchmont Temple, corner of Willow and Larchmont Avenues.
Meryl Comer
Author Reading and Discussion about Alzheimer's
May 3rd
A reading by Emmy-award winning reporter Meryl Comer from her book, Slow Dancing with a Stranger: Lost and Found in the Era of Alzheimer's — a profoundly personal, unflinching account of her husband's 20-year battle with the disease.
Jacob Appel
Author Reading and Discussion
June 7
This program will begin at 3pm. Refreshments at 2:30pm.

Award-winning author, historian, bioethicist, lawyer, social critic and emergency-room doctor at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Jacob Appel will read from his new book of short stories, Scouting for the Reaper, due out in February. Appel holds nine graduate degrees.