Nightclub @ Lewisboro LIBRARY:
Tickets: $30 per
Wine, Beer &
Seats Below for One - or Both - Concerts
Pluck & Rail &
January 31, 8:00 pm
On the Library stage for the first
time! Pluck & Rail is the acoustic
coupling of Andrew Sussman of the progressive rock group, Frogg
Café, and George Gierer of the folkabilly band, South County. Together
they produce gritty songwriting, tight vocal melodies and soaring guitar
and cello match-ups to craft their unique acoustic sound. For an
extra-special evening, they’ll be bringing along special guests Zach
Swanson on Bass and Dan Bonis on Pedal Slide Guitar - sure to be a
spectacular musical event! Thanks to our food and beverage sponsors
Cross River Wine Merchant, The Horse & Hound and Vista Beer & Beverage.
Pluck & Rail & Friends"
14, 8:00 pm
The perfect Valentine's Day date!
If you like the music of “Old Blue Eyes,” you'll want to experience this
concert with a loved one on this romantic day. “Echoes of Sinatra” is an
acclaimed quartet featuring the voice of Steve Kazlauskas and members of
the Tony T. Orchestra. Their concert sold out here in 2018, so be sure
to reserve your seats today. We’ll be posting their playlist online a
week or two in advance for those who want to purchase a song dedication
to their special someone.
Please register for all programs via the links below or
by calling the library at 875-9004.
There will be no confirmation sent for online
registration, unless more information is needed.
Educational & Instructional Seminars:
Author Talk: I’m Lazy & I Love to Eat
Love food but
hate your weight? Find inspiration from author Mary Prenon who
persevered through nineteen years of negative body image and diet
setbacks, but kept her sense of humor and came out on top.
New Tax Law Workshop
January 28, 7:00 pm
twenty-plus recent tax changes involving deductions, where you live,
family issues such as schooling, divorce and retirement and changes
for small businesses.
Defensive Driving Insurance
Reduction Program - Register and Pay in
Saturday, February 8, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
course consists of films and discussions about driving attitudes and
behaviors. Completion of the course results in a 10% liability
insurance discount and a maximum of four points off the driver's
violation record. Registration and payment required by February 1.
You must register in person at the Library with cash or a check made
out to John Coxen. Fee: $45/$35 for seniors. Please bring a bag
Adult Craft: Italian Paper
Tuesday, February 4, 7:00 pm OR
Thursday, February 13, 1:00 pm
Come learn the
basics of how to sculpt and shape premium Italian crepe paper
flowers for everlasting blooms. You won’t believe they are created
How Presidential Sports
Decisions Impacted Society
Sunday, February 9, 2:00 pm
Weiner discusses how our Presidents impacted the sporting world and
society, with looks at Carter’s boycott of the 1980 Olympics, FDR
keeping baseball going during WWII and more
Love Your Library Movie Week
National Library Lovers Month AND National Chocolate Lovers Month,
so our movies the week leading up to Valentine’s Day are dedicated
to those who love - LOVE! Register for the movie (s) you want to
February 7, 7:00 pm - Like Water for Chocolate: This
Spanish-language film tells of
youngest daughter in her family, who must follow family
tradition and care for her mother. When her true love marries her
older sister, Tita's powerful emotions begin to surface in
fantastical ways through her cooking.
February 10, 1:00 pm - Quartet:
opera diva Jean Horton (Maggie Smith) creates a stir with her
arrival at Beecham House, a home for retired performers. No
one feels the uproar more than Jean's ex-husband, who still stings
from her long-ago infidelity.
February 11, 1:00 pm - Chocolat:
have imagined the impact that Vianne would make when she arrived in
a tranquil, old- fashioned French town. In her very unusual
chocolate shop, she creates mouth-watering confections that
magically inspire the straitlaced villagers to abandon
themselves to temptation and happiness.
February 12, 1:00 pm - Murphy's Romance: Divorced single
mother Emma (Sally Field)
seeks to start
her life over in a small town in Arizona. She builds a relationship
with Murphy (James Garner), the older local pharmacist, but their
friendship becomes complicated when Emma's ex-husband
shows up determined to win her back.
Committee Forum on Solar Options
Saturday, February 22,
Nina Orville of Sustainable Westchester will present
community solar options for savings on your electric bill.
Sunday Film: The Biggest
February 23, 4:30 pm
documentary follows a couple through their successes and failures as
they work to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los
Angeles. Sponsored by the Lewisboro Garden Club
IMAGINE-NATION: COMMUNITY-WIDE BULLYING PREVENTION
Thursday, March 5, 7:00 pm
Sandy Lundy's 11-year old son took his own life as a result of
bullying. Since Shane's death, Sandy has developed a variety of
programs for both children and adults to ensure that what happened
to Shane never happens to another child. Learn how we can work
together to ensure the safety and well-being of the children in our
Lewisboro Community VOLUNTEER Fair
Saturday, March 7, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Give back to
your Community! This annual event pairs would-be volunteers with
local agencies in need of help. Please take the time to stop by and
speak with representatives of local groups who will have tables at
the Library with information on their services and volunteer needs.
Drop in on our “Helping Hands” stations for all ages and make items
to donate to nonprofits. To register your agency, contact Liz
Gabriele at 875-9004. There is no fee for participation.
Genetic Testing & You
Tuesday, March 10, 7:00 pm
and screening is increasingly being used to help people with
everything from preconception and prenatal testing to assessing
risks for mature onset diseases. Genetic Counselor Betsy Vibert will
discuss the role of genetic testing in medicine today.
History Discussion: People, Not Property
Sunday, March 22, 2:00 pm
Did you know
that numerous plantations once flourished throughout Westchester
County? Michael A. Lord traces the development of slavery in New
York, resistance to the institution, and why this history continues
to be relevant.
Reader’s Theater for Adults
March 24 & 31, April 7 & 14, 7:00 pm
Dive into a
one-act play (mystery, comedy and old-time radio dramas) and act out
the parts sitting down. Actively participate in literature with
other armchair thespians. Led by author and writing teacher Kim
Surveys, Surveys, Surveys!
Saturday, March 28, 11:00 am
survey season - not to mention all those other surveys we're
bombarded with! This overview of marketing research and surveys
gives you an inside look at how to interpret surveys and how to spot
potential sources of bias.
April 1, 8:30 am
Join the staff
before opening for a light breakfast and straightening up of the
SENIOR SEMINARS DAY
Saturday, April 4, 10:30 am - 3:30 pm
It’s a day just
for seniors! We have speakers lined up for two seminars in the
morning and two in the afternoon, with a break for lunch and time to
browse tables set up with information on services for seniors.
Brought to you by the Lewisboro Library, Lewisboro Seniors and
Westchester County DSPS Livable Communities. Lunch sponsored by
Atria Senior Living. Space is limited!
10:30- 11:30: "Scam
12:30: "Daily Money Management" Seminar
12:30 - 1:30: Lunch and services
1:30- 2:30: "Boost Your Brain" Seminar
2:30- 3:30: "Gentle Movement Exercises" -
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY LEWISBORO LIBRARY!*
April 24 - 26
Come help us
celebrate our 5-year Anniversary in our beautifully renovated
Library building. We have fun events planned all weekend for
children, teens and adults.
* THE LIBRARY BEYOND THE WALLS
Saturday, April 25, 11:00 am
The library offers many services for
all ages that you can't see and may not know about - all for FREE!
Learn about what's available with your library card. We promise
you'll be amazed!
* BROWSING THROUGH HISTORY: THE STORY OF OUR LIBRARY
Sunday, April 26, 2:00 pm
From its beginning chapter in 1799 to the rest of the story in
2020, learn how our Library has suffered the downs and
celebrated the ups of our society and benefited the citizens of
Lewisboro for 221 years. Hear how reading options and services
have changed during its lifetime and enjoy the tales the books
and former librarians have to tell. Led by Town Historian
MEDICARE & HEALTHCARE OPTIONS FOR SENIORS
Saturday, May 2, 10 am to 1 pm
A must for anyone trying to
navigate their way through our complicated healthcare system
for older adults. It will help those who already have
Medicare, as well as people soon to be 65, planning their
retirement, or assisting relatives and friends with their
The engaging, interactive program outlines the various parts
of Medicare and lays out the costs associated with the
medical and drug insurance provided by the government and
AN EVENING WITH
Wednesday, May 20, 7:30 pm
guitarist Elephtheria Kotzia has been described as doing for the
Greek soul what flamenco does for the Spanish. Trained at the
National Conservatory in Athens, she has toured regularly in Europe,
the United States and South America – we are lucky to get her on a
stop-over en route to performances in Princeton and Canada
iPad/iPhone Tips & Tricks
February 18, 11:00 am OR
25, 2:00 pm OR Thursday, April 23, 2:00 pm
Have a new device? Come hear about the latest tips, tricks and apps
available for the iPhone & iPad. Must know your Apple ID and
Android Tips & Tricks
February 5, 11:00 am OR
April 14, 2:00 pm
Discover how to
get the most from your Android device. Bring along your device and
your Google Playstore ID and password.
February 1, 11:00 am
basics of setting up a spreadsheet, manipulating data and creating a
Basic Elements of Graphic
Saturday, February 22, 11:00 am
What are the
basic elements of good graphic design? Join us as we explore this
fascinating topic and find out how to create the statement you want
PRESENT WITH POWERPOINT
Saturday, March 14, 2:00 pm
Discover how to
tell a persuasive story with PowerPoint. Come have fun and learn
about this great presentation tool.
DOWNLOAD BOOKS, MOVIE & MORE
Saturday, March 21, 11:00 am
Learn how to
download FREE eBooks, audiobooks, movies and music - all from your
Library! Depending on your device, you must know your Apple ID,
Amazon ID or Google Playstore ID and password.
Control Your Online Privacy
April 18, 11:00 am
Learn how you
are tracked on your computer, how to reduce your digital footprint
and how to be safer online.
Cutting the Cord
May 16, 11:00 am
Break free from
the high cost of TV! Find out about cost-saving alternatives to
cable and satellite television.
Download Books and Other Technical Assistance
Individual appointments and
coaching are available to get you started on using the Library's
downloadable digital media and streaming services and to answer other
basic technology questions. Please contact the Library for an
Films & Recurring Programs:
BROWN BAG FILM SERIES
you may have
February 4 - Judy
autobiographical film follows Judy Garland's career during the last year
of her life when she relocated her stage career to Britain and her home
life and career spiraled out of control. An Oscar-nominated performance
by Renee Zellweger.
The incredible true story of
Harriet Tubman, and her quest to lead hundreds of slaves to freedom on
the Underground Railroad.
Cynthia Erivo is
nominated for Best Actress for her portrayal of Harriet.
Meets: Weekly on Fridays at 1:00 pm
Monthly on third Thursday of the month, 7:00 pm
This casual gathering of those who knit/crochet has two sessions to accommodate member schedules. Daytime group meets weekly on Fridays and the evening group meets on the third Thursday of each month. Bring a project you are working on.
Lewisboro Library Book
The Lewisboro Library Book
Group usually meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:30
p.m. The group does not meet in August or December.
The book selection for February 19 is
Moonstone by Wilkie Collins. Books are
available through the Westchester Library System. New members are always
welcome in this adult, co-ed book group. For more information contact
Myrna or Steve Shomstein at 533-2550.
Senior Book Group at
South Salem Firehouse
This book group meets during the Lewisboro
Senior Adults meeting at the South Salem Firehouse on the third
Wednesday (usually) of each month at 11 am. The book selection for
February 19 is
The Silent Patient by Alex
Michaelides. The Library will provide copies of the book to all
participants. Large print copies and CD audio books are also available
upon request. All seniors are welcome to participate. Please contact the
library if you need a copy of the book.