Blog Category: Past Events

Fish Stories: Migratory Fish in the CT River – Wednesday, April 27 at 6:30pm

Join us for a conversation with Sally Harold and Steve Gephard, contributing columnists to Below the Surface in Estuary Magazine. They will discuss the history of migratory fish in the … Continue reading »

Floral Arranging – Tuesday, May 10 at 1:00pm

Create your own sunshine! We’ve planned an afternoon of springtime fun in the Community Room. Kristine will lead us in creating a seasonal bouquet- to brighten your day or for … Continue reading »

Togetherness Craft – Wednesday, May 4 at 6:30pm

Create something fun for someone special. Come on your own or partner up for a special evening of crafting. Join us in the Library Community Room with Joan Fisler from … Continue reading »

Creative Writing for Kids: A Virtual Workshop with Talewise! -Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at 11:00am

Character, conflict, resolution, action! Put these pieces together by writing and acting out your own story! Free for children ages 5-11. Registration required here:

Leprechaun Pancakes: A Virtual Cooking Adventure for Kids with Food Explorers- Thursday, March 10th 5:00pm- 6:00pm

What’s the mischievous ingredient that makes these pancakes green? Learn how to make them live in your very own kitchen! Participants will receive an ingredient list upon registration. Free for … Continue reading »

Local Author Talk with Spencer Reece – Wednesday, March 23 at 6:30pm

Local author and artist, Spencer Reece, found himself here in Old Lyme to wait out the pandemic. Needing to find happiness amid the difficulties of this new situation, he channeled … Continue reading »

Super Natural Spring: Open Call for Youth Artwork (Final day to drop off art=March 30th)

Open call for artwork for the theme: Super Natural Spring Any medium is encouraged; graphic design, recorded music, lyrics, creative writing, crafts, painting, drawing, digital illustration, poetry books, animations, and … Continue reading »

Author Talk with Dr. John Pfeiffer – Wednesday, March 9 at 6:30 pm

Old Lyme Town Historian, and official historian for the Nehantic Nation, Dr. John “Ned” Pfeiffer will trace the history of the Nehantic People.  Learn about their earliest days as a … Continue reading »

Phoebe’s BookCellar Fill-A-Bag Book Sale

Saturday, February 5 from 9am to 1pm, in the Library Community Room.

Lunar New Year Celebration: Available Now On Demand

This year in celebration of Take Your Child to the Library Day, we present a Lunar New Year program for the entire family brought to us by Asian Performing Arts. … Continue reading »