Mark your calendars . . .

Winter Restaurant Weeks
February 21st - Mar 7th, 2010

Stamford Tables, Stamford Downtown's restaurant association, hosts its first Winter Restaurant Weeks. Eleven restaurants have gathered together to offer a special prix fixe dinner priced at $15.07 to $30.07 and luncheons priced at $10.10 to $20.10 per person.

Participating restaurants include:

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Remo's Brick Oven Pizza
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Menus are available on
Reservations are suggested.

For More Information:

Stamford Downtown Special Services District
Five Landmark Square, Suite 110
Stamford, CT 06901
Phone: (203) 348-5285

Smiler from Barnum Museum . . .

Children Explore Mummies
at The Barnum Museum

President’s week program
focusing on Pa-Ib -
the 4,000 year old Egyptian Mummy

During President’s week school vacation, the Barnum Museum will host a unique, fun and education program during which elementary school children will learn about Pa-Ib, the museum’s 4,000 year old Egyptian mummy given to the museum in the 1890s by P.T. Barnum’s wife, Nancy.

The same program will be offered on two days, Tuesday, February 16th and Thursday, February 18th starting at 2:00 PM. In addition to learning the story of Pa-Ib, including her recent trip to Quinnipiac University for high tech X-ray scans, children will be able to explore ancient Egyptian games, sports and culture. At the conclusion of the program, each child will create their own version of the Egyptian board game, Senet, which they will take home to enjoy.

All creative materials will be supplied for the craft and the program is free with general admission. Please note that during February the museum is offering $2 Tuesdays so the program held on Tuesday, February 16th will offer reduced admission. *Restrictions may apply.

This is a drop off program, and while reservations are not required, they are requested. R.S.V.P. to (203) 331-1104 ext. 102 Jaime Knoedler or

What: The Mummy’s Home – Children Explore Egyptian mummies, games, sports and culture

When: Tuesday, February 16th and Thursday, February 18th at 2:00 PM

Where: The Barnum Museum, 820 Main Street, Bridgeport CT

Cost: Both programs are Free with General Museum Admission.
Tuesday everyone gets in for $2, *excluding groups, as part of the winter $2 Tuesdays promotion.

Regular Admission:
Adults $8, seniors and college students $6,
children 4-17 $5 and children under 4 free.

For information call (203) 331-1104 or visit

These events are made possible in part by the Fairfield County Community Foundation.

Celebrating the 200th birthday of Phineas Taylor Barnum, born July 5, 1810 in Bethel CT, during 2010 The Barnum Museum will chronicle the life and times of this extraordinary showman and the history of Bridgeport where Barnum served as Mayor. For a complete listing of anniversary year events celebrating this amazing – and sometimes outrageous – showman, civic leader and politician, visit The original museum building, owned by the City of Bridgeport is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

For more information about events at the Barnum Museum, contact (203) 331-1104, ext. 100 or visit

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Happy Valentine's Day!

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Smiler from Vespa Ridgefield . . .

A Red Vespa
for a 
Happy Valentine's Day!


Here is a little secret we found  on the Branchville Motors blog - Posted February 7th, 2010.

Join them on Facebook, follow their Blog and be sure to visit their ebay store for a very special unique gift for Valentine's Day!

For more information contact:
Branchville Motors
63 Ethan Allen Hwy., Route 7
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Telephone:(203) 544-7900

Smiler from Audubon Greenwich . . .

The 13th Annual
Great Backyard Bird Count
February 12-15, 2010

From February 12th - 15th, join bird watchers from coast to coast for the 13th Annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC). The GBBC is open to bird watchers of all ages and skill levels. Participation is free and no registration is required.

Participants can easily report what they see online at and get an instantaneous snapshot of their record. The website also highlights events going on in local communities, information on the GBBC photo contest, and real-time data from across the U.S. and Canada!

Last year, participants turned in more than 93,600 checklists online, creating the continent's largest instantaneous snapshot of bird populations ever recorded. Join our training session listed below and be a part of this nationwide effort to count birds in your yard or neighborhood.

Call Ted at (203) 869-5272 ext. 230 to learn more about participating.

Saturday, February 13, 2010
Great Backyard Bird Count
1:00 PM -2:30 PM

Join in as we check our bird feeders and take a short walk on the property to identify and count local birds before returning to the center to report our bird sightings to Cornell's Laboratory of Ornithology using the internet. Participants will learn basic bird ID and how to do counts in your own backyard and neighborhood.

All ages.
Sign up with (203) 869-5272 ext. 230
Winter Vacation Nature Day Camp
February 16-19, 2010

Come experience winter in a whole new way during February vacation! If you are in grades K through 5, then you won’t want to miss out on one, two or all four days of fun, outdoor hikes, games, and crafts! Come and explore away those winter blues and find out what animals are really doing to during the chilly winter months!

Four Days, Four Themes:
Tuesday, February 16th – Predators
Wednesday, February 17th – Tracks & Traces
Thursday, February 18th – Animals on Vacation
Friday, February 19th – Wonders of Winter

Ages: Children in grades K-5.
Campers are divided up into three groups: K-1, 2-3 and 4-5.

Hours: 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Cost: $50/day for members; $60/day for non-members.

A wonderful wintertime nature camp for young people in Grades K-5. Sign-up early because spaces fill up fast. Registration forms and all details are online at Call Lindsey at (203) 869-5272 ext. 235 for more information.
Volunteer at Audubon Greenwich!

Are you looking to volunteer your time? Do you need community service hours for school? Audubon Greenwich is always in need of dedicated volunteers.

Please contact Brian O’Toole at (203) 869-5272, ext. 221 to learn about upcoming volunteer events and opportunities.

For more information contact:
Jeff Cordulack
Events and Communications Manager
Audubon Connecticut/Audubon Greenwich
613 Riversville Road
Greenwich, CT 06831
(203) 869-5272 ext. 239
(203) 613-8813 (cell)

Happy Birthday Boy Scouts of America!

Happy 100th Birthday BSA
(February 8, 1910 - February 8, 2010)

The Boy Scouts of America
celebrates its 100th birthday today!

For 1OO years, the Boy Scouts of America has been helping the youth of America find — in themselves and the world around them — more than they thought possible. In every era, and through numerous trends of the past century, Scouting has been steadfast. The 1OOth Anniversary provides a unique opportunity to celebrate this heritage and lay the foundation for the next 1OO years.

Celebration Highlights for 2010:
  • February 2010
    U.S. National Mint begins producing BSA silver dollars
  • February 8, 2010
    National Hall of Leadership nomination period ends
  • February 9, 2010
    Gala 2010
  • May 2010
    National Hall of Leadership inductees announced
  • July 25, 2010
    Grand Centennial Parade marches through Washington, D.C.
  • July 26, 2010
    Start of Jamboree 2010
  • July 31, 2010
    A Shining Light Across America
  • August 4, 2010
    Conclusion of Jamboree 2010
  • August/September 2010
    Pitch for Scouting days at the ballpark
  • November 2010
    Adventure Base 100 makes its last stop
  • December 2010
    Last chance to purchase BSA 100th Anniversary trees
  • December 2010
    A Year of Celebration draws to an end
For more information on the BSA 100th Anniversary Celebration, visit

Or contact:
Robert E. Mersereau, Director
100th Anniversary Celebration Project
Boy Scouts of America
1325 West Walnut Hill Lane
Irving, TX 75015-2079
Telephone: (972) 580-2495

Connect with our Local
Boy Scouts of America!

The Connecticut Yankee Council is the local chapter of the Boy Scouts of America, providing programs and services to more than 25,000 young people and 5,000 volunteers in Fairfield, New Haven and parts of Hartford counties of Connecticut. The Council is led by a volunteer Executive Board of community and business leaders and supported by Executive Director Louis D. Salute.

The Council serves the following towns and communities with six geographically divided districts led by a committee of volunteers and supported by a full-time District Executive:

Powahay District - Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk, and Wilton
Scatacook District - Sherman, New Fairfield, Danbury, Ridgefield, Redding, Bethel, Brookfield, and Newtown.
Pomperaug District - Stratford, Bridgeport, Fairfield, Westport, Weston, Easton, Trumbull, and Monroe
Lighthouse District - New Haven, East Haven, Branford, Guilford, North Branford, and Madison
Wepawaug Valley District - Bethany, Milford, Orange, West Haven, and Woodbridge.
Sleeping Giant District - Southington, Meriden, Wallingford, North Haven, and Hamden

For more information contact:
Connecticut Yankee Council
P.O. Box 32
60 Wellington Road
Milford, CT 06460
Telephone: (203) 876-6868 and/or
(800) 333-7905

Boy Scouts of America 2010
Celebrate Scouting Stamp

Celebrate Scouting with the Boy Scouts of America and the United States Postal Service!

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) will receive an incredible honor from the United States Postal Service (USPS) in the form of a "Celebrate Scouting" stamp.

A tribute to the impact of a century of Scouting on the American landscape, the stamp will become widely available during the summer of 2010.

Learn more about the Celebrate Scouting Stamp

Weekend Library Smilers . . .

Illustrator and Cartoonist

Saturday February 6, 2010
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Connecticut Artist Rick Stromoski will present his program "Cartooning For Kids!"

3:05 PM until 4:00 PM
Mr. Stomoski taught himself to draw and his illustrations and artwork have found their way into a wide range of publications. His work has appeared in national magazines, children's and humor books, newspapers, licensed products, national advertising and network television. His work includes the comic strip The Mullets and Soup To Nutz. Rick Stromoski became the first cartoonist to win twice the National Cartoonist Society Greeting Card Award in 1995 and 1998. He's also won the Gag Cartoon Award for 1999, and was nominated for their Book and Illustration Award for 1999.

Registration required. For ages 5 and up.

4:00 PM until 4:15 PM
Visit and meet local cartoonist Rick Stromoski! Books available for purchase as well as autographing. He will be available for book signing!

4:15 PM until 5:00 PM
Learn To Draw with Rick Stromoski - learn to draw characters and develop your own storylines.

Registration required. For ages 6 and up.

You will need a drawing table and 2 #2 sharpened pencils, with erasers.

Registration is limited to the first 30 registrants.

**THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL!** contact library for possible openings.

For more information contact:
The Brookfield Library
182 Whisconier Road
Brookfield, CT 06804
Telephone: (203) 775-6241

Chinese New Year
Saturday, February 6, 2010
2:00 - 3:00pm

Fun for the whole family!

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Drop-in crafts: Make Origami and Chinese lanterns. Calligraphy demonstration.

2:15 PM – 3:00 PM
Performance: Chinese folk dances and traditional music performed by Phoenix Performing Arts and HuaXia Chinese School - CT.

Have a Happy and Prosperous Year of the Tiger!
Free! No registration.

More information contact:
Danbury Library
170 Main Street
Danbury, CT 06810
Telephone: (203) 797-4505

Darien Library
1441 Post Road
Darien, Connecticut 06820-5419


Friday Films at the Library begin!
Friday, February 5, 2010
7:30 PM


A woman verging on 30 and frustrated in her temp secretarial job, takes on a year-long culinary quest: cook all 524 recipes in Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking." She chronicles her trials and tribulations in a blog that catches on with the food crowd. This film follows both women, who, while separated by time and space, discover that with the right combination of passion and fearlessness (and butter!), anything is possible.

Starring Meryl Streep (in her Oscar-nominated performance!), Amy Adams, Stanley Tucci
Rated PG-13;
123 minutes

Mark your calendars for the 2010 Friday Films at the Library!

For more information contact:

Darien Library
1441 Post Road
Darien, Connecticut, 06820-5419
Telephone: (203) 655-1234

Wonton Winter Wonderland
Friday, February 5, 2010
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Chinese New Year is quickly approaching. You can join in the fun at a hands-on workshop and learn to make wontons four ways, appetizers through desserts! Carol Dannhauser, cook and journalist, leads the fun.

Registration is required.
Call the library at 203-259-0346, ext. 18 to sign up.

For more information:
Pequot Library
720 Pequot Avenue
Southport, CT 06890
Telephone: (203) 227-1611

Greenwich Library
101 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830

Friends Friday Films
The Man Who Wasn't There
Friday, February 5, 2010
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM


Average guy barber falls for get rich quick scheme and becomes victim to the double and triple cross.

With Billy Bob Thornton, Frances McDormand, Michael Badalucco, James Gandolfini, Scarlett Johansson.

Directed by Joel and Ethan Coen.
Retro film noir in elegant black and white.
116 min.
Rated R

Admission to the Friends Friday Films is FREE.
This series is made available by membership contributions.

Show time is 8:00 PM
Doors open at 7:40 PM

Location: Cole Auditorium
Contact: Wayne Campbell
Telephone: (203) 622-7922

Chinese New Year Celebration

Celebrate the Year of the Tiger
Sunday, February 7, 2010
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Come celebrate the Year of the Tiger, as Greenwich Library welcomes the CBA Culture & Arts Center of New York City. Join in and take part in the festivities, which will include dancing, acrobatics, magic, martial arts and music.

CBA is dedicated to the development of traditional Chinese arts in the spirit of exchange and dialogue with other cultures in the world. While seeking to preserve Chinese folk flavors, CBA programs continue to develop fresh ideas and techniques as artists come in contact with other traditions in the eclectic art scenes of the west.

The program is appropriate for all ages.
No registration required.
For more information on Chinese New Year Celebration,
please call Yang Wang at (203) 622-7924.

For more information contact:
Greenwich Library
101 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830

GamingNight @ the Rowayton Library
Super Smash Bros. Brawl Tournament
for Kids grades 6-8
Friday, February 5, 2010
5:00 PM -6:30 PM

Do you love to play Super Smash Bros. Brawl? Are you up for a challenge? The Rowayton Library’s Teen Advisory Board is teaming up to provide a professional Super Smash Bros.

Brawl Tournament at the Rowayton Library on Friday night, February 5th from 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM for kids in grades 6-8.

Prizes, prizes, prizes will be given to the top players.

Tournament Rules: three minute-knockout rounds, number of rounds based on number of kids registered, random levels, highest score wins.

Spectators welcome.

To pre-register for the 6th – 8th grade tournament, call the Rowayton Library at (203) 838-5038 or email with your name and grade.

Pre-registration is recommended, however attendees may register at the event.

For more information contact:
The Rowayton Library
33 Highland Avenue
Rowayton, CT 06853
Telephone: (203) 838-5038

World View Series
Dayton Program Room
Saturday, February 6, 2010
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

The Library's World Views series continues with a film screening of Fifty Wonders of Korea: The Hidden Treasures of Korean Art. The film will introduce audience members to the unique and extraordinary history and culture of Korea. The film features such Korean artifacts as the Sarira Reliquary of Kameusna Temple, the Sokkuram Grotto, and the Koryo Buddhist paintings.

After the one hour film screening some traditional Korean food and drinks will be served.

The program is presented by members of the Korean Spirit and Culture Poromotion Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of Korean history and culture.

Registration is required as space is limited.

For more information contact:
Lesley Lambton
Telephone: (203) 438-2282 and/or

Ridgefield Library
472 Main Street
Ridgefield, Connecticut 06877
Telephone: (203) 438-2282

Main Library
One Public Library Plaza
Stamford, CT 06904

Telephone: (203) 964-1000


Sunday Afternoon at the Movies
February 7, 2010
1:30 PM

The story of the Hakoah Vienna Jewish women’s swim team of the 1930s – their forced separation, and their reunion decades later.

"Yaron Zilberman's wonderful, heartwarming Watermarks" (Kevin Thomas, L.A. Times) narrates the story of the champion women swimmers of the legendary Vienna sports club Hakoah. Founded in 1909 in response to the notorious Aryan Paragraph, which forbade most Austrian sports clubs from accepting Jewish athletes, Hakoah rapidly grew into one of Europe's biggest athletic organizations -- and its women's swim team virtually dominated national competitions in the 1930s.

An uplifting tale of survival and friendship, Watermarks focuses on the stories of the club's surviving members, while also faithfully recounting a historical period where prejudice and violence forced these brave women into exile. Now, sixty-five years after their escape, seven of Hakoah's female swim team athletes leave their respective homes across the globe and re-unite for the first time at their old Vienna swimming pool. The result is so incredibly touching that Boston Globe critic Wesley Morris wrote, "The images of them swimming together after all those years are beautiful and a little holy: They look like angels in the water."

Alternating between painstakingly researched historical footage and contemporary interviews with the women swimmers, Yaron Zilberman daringly re-connects the lives and memories of those who challenged the status quo and, for the occasion of his movie, bravely share their complex legacy of tolerance and integrity with future generations. "As these women tell their stories in a tone of wonderment," says New York Times film critic Stephen Holden, "Watermarks becomes more than a pointed footnote to the Holocaust. It emerges as a surprisingly encouraging reflection on the distance between youth and advanced age." review source (1)

Directed by Yaron Zilberman.
2004. Austria.
77 minutes.

For more information contact:
One Public Library Plaza
Stamford, CT 06904
Telephone: (203) 964-1000

Mallett Foundation Concert Series
John Lehmann-Haupt
on the Guitar

Sunday, February 7, 2010
2:00PM - 4:00PM
Community Room

The TLS is glad to present a concert with John Lehmann-Haupt on guitar. Mr. Lehmann-Haupt has built a distinctive repertoire of classical guitar works, acoustic folk ballads and blues pieces.

From 1981 until 1993, he performed nightly at Windows on the World atop New York City's World Trade Center, an engagement cited for musical excellence by The New York Times. He has also performed in concerts and clubs throughout the Northeast, and in the homes of such prominent New Yorkers as Tom Brokaw, Madeleine Albright, and Donald Trump.

For his fifth birthday, John received a small nylon-string guitar, and by the age of thirteen, he put out a limited edition album of folk ballads and blues. Since 1982, John has been on the teaching staff of New York's American Institute of Guitar. He has also written extensively on music and the guitar for The New York Times, Acoustic Guitar, Family Life, and several other magazines.

Supported by the Mallett Foundation.

Drop in. Refreshments provided.

For more information contact:
Trumbull Library
33 Quality Street
Trumbull, CT 06611
Telephone: (203) 452-5197

Bennett Harris Acoustic Blues Trio
Sunday, February 7, 2010
2:00 PM
McManus Room

The Bennett Harris Acoustic Blues Trio presents a lively and memorable show of Americana blues and early jazz music. The group includes vocals, guitar, harmonica, fiddle, and bass. In addition to original tunes, their spirited repertoire draws from the songbooks of Robert Johnson, Bessie Smith, Blind Blake . . . and ranges through Irving Berlin, Gershwin, Janis Joplin and Jorma Kaukonen.

Bennett Harris is an expert traditional blues guitar fingerpicker, specializing in Piedmont ragtime and Mississippi Delta-sliding styles from the pre-World War II era. He plays slide on a 1930s vintage National steel Duolian and plays a neck-rack harmonica simultaneously.

Kenny Kosek is one of the most recorded fiddlers in America today. His fluid, imaginative playing draws on an extensive stylistic vocabulary which allows him to move freely between numerous musical genres.

Gary Brooks has occupied the bass chair with Bennett for many years. His steady, soulful, R&B influenced “groove” style anchors the trio’s sound. Gary also plays sax and keys, and over several decades has performed as a soloist and section player with many bands throughout the northeast.

Supported by the Grace K. Salmon Foundation.

For more information contact:
Westport Public Library
20 Jesup Road
Westport, CT 06880
Telephone: (203) 291-4800

Relay for Life Concerts
Saturday, February 6, 2010
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
8:00 PM - 9:15 PM

Acoustic Wilton, Relay For Life of Wilton and Wilton Library host “The Relay Sessions” in the Brubeck Room at the Wilton Library.

There will be two sessions – 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM. Local music talent Joan Wallace, Dave Keefe, Kim Troy, Lauren Mirabile, Patty Perry, Tim Geaney, Chris Brown, Amy Jonsson and Scott Weber will perform songs from their upcoming CD release “Acoustic Wilton – The Relay Sessions,” a fundraising benefit for the American Cancer Society’s annual “Relay For Life of Wilton.”

Donations will be accepted at the door.
Seating is limited.

Please pre-register and arrive early.
and/or call (203) 762-3950.

Wilton Library Association
137 Old Ridgefield Road
Wilton, CT 06897
Telephone: (203)762-3950

It's Library Lovers' Month . . .

February is Library Lovers' Month and folks around the country are rallying in support of academic, school and public libraries. Some of the ways Library Lovers demonstrate their love of libraries:
  • by donating new and used books - often to honor loved ones
  • volunteering their time and expertise
  • joining Friends organizations
  • speaking up for libraries at civic and community meetings
During economic downturns, people turn to public libraries for information, recreation, and cultural needs so it is not surprising that public libraries are facing historic demands for their service. Public libraries have become multimedia centers, offering not only books but informational DVDs, classic movies, cultural events, computer classes, craft workshops, art shows, e-books and Internet access for all age groups - all FREE with a library card.

Here is a list of public libraries in Fairfield County, Connecticut. They are a wonderful resource for all to enjoy . . . so, take some time this February and

Celebrate Library Lovers' Month!

Bethel Public Library
189 Greenwood Ave.
Bethel, CT 68012
Phone: (203) 794-8756

Bridgeport Public Library
925 Broad St.
Bridgeport, CT 66044
Phone: (203) 576-7777

The Brookfield Library
182 Whisconier Road
Brookfield, CT 68043
Phone: (203) 775-6241

Danbury Public Library
170 Main St.
Danbury, CT 68107
Phone: (203) 797-4505

Long Ridge Library
191 Long Ridge Rd.
Danbury, CT 68108
Phone: (203) 748-1011
(No website)

Darien Library
35 Leroy Ave.
Darien, CT 68204
Phone: (203) 655-1234

Easton Public Library
691 Morehouse Rd.
Easton, CT 66129
Phone: (203) 261-0134

Fairfield Public Library
1080 Old Post Rd.
Fairfield, CT 64305
Phone: (203) 256-3155

Pequot Library Association
720 Pequot Ave.
Fairfield, CT 64901
Phone: (203) 259-0346

Greenwich Library
101 West Putnam Ave.
Greenwich, CT 68305
Phone: (203) 622-7900

Perrot Memorial Library
90 Sound Beach Ave.
Greenwich, CT 68701
Phone: (203) 637-1066

Edith Wheeler Memorial Library
733 Monroe Turnpike
Monroe, CT 64681
Phone: (203) 452-2850

New Canaan Library
151 Main St.
New Canaan, CT 68405
Phone: (203) 594-5000

New Fairfield Free Public Library
2 Brush Hill Rd.
New Fairfield, CT 68121
Phone: (203) 312-5679

Cyrenius H. Booth Library
25 Main St.
Newtown, CT 64702
Phone: (203) 426-4533

East Norwalk Library
51 Van Zant St.
Norwalk, CT 68551
Phone: (203) 538-0408

Norwalk Public Library
1 Belden Ave.
Norwalk, CT 68503
Phone: (203) 899-2780

Rowayton Library
33 Highland Ave.
Norwalk, CT 68531
Phone: (203) 838-5038

Mark Twain Library
Rte 53 And Diamond Hill Rd
Redding, CT 68751
Phone: (203) 938-2545

The Ridgefield Library
472 Main St.
Ridgefield, CT 68774
Phone: (203) 438-2282

Plumb Memorial Library
65 Wooster St.
Shelton, CT 64846
Phone: (203) 924-1580

Sherman Library Association
1 Sherman Center
Sherman, CT 67840
Phone: (860) 354-2455

The Ferguson Library
One Public Library Plaza
Stamford, CT 69042
Phone: (203) 964-1000

Stratford Library Association
2203 Main St.
Stratford, CT 64975
Phone: (203) 385-4166

Trumbull Library
33 Quality St.
Trumbull, CT 66113
Phone: (203) 452-5197

Weston Public Library
56 Norfield Rd.
Weston, CT 68831
Phone: (203) 222-2665

Westport Public Library
Arnold Bernhard Plaza
Westport, CT 68805
Phone: (203) 291-4800

Wilton Library Association
137 Old Ridgefield Rd.
Wilton, CT 68973
Phone: (203) 762-3950

While you are celebrating, check out all the Connecticut Public Libraries, become a supporter, join in a Friends group and volunteer at your local public library.