The Mamaroneck Public Library Hosts April Events
The Mamaroneck Public Library, 136 Prospect Avenue, is hosting many diverse events for April.
On April 6 at 7pm, Frank Schaeffer, a New York Times Best selling author will discuss how to thrive joyfully in family life and work life.
This is co-sponsored with the Larchmont Public Library.
Register at mamaronecklibrary.org/events.
Create cards for home bound patrons of the Mamaroneck Public Library and receive one hour of Community Service for Teens on April 9 at 2:30pm. Held in the Young Adult Room. Register for the event at mamaronecklibrary.org or call 630-5875 for information.
On April 12, from 1-6pm, the Library will host a Blood Drive in the Community Room. Schedule to donate at RedCrossBlood.org and enter sponsor keyword–MamLibrary. For questions call 1-800-733-2767.
On April 13, Poetry with Ellen Axelrod and David Silberstein will spark a lively conversation on zoom at 2pm. Register at mamaronecklibrary.org.
Meet local author Amalia Hoffman on April 21 at 4pm as she shares her journey of the process of making her book, Masha Munching. Amalia and her puppet will speak in the Community room for K-3 children. Register at mamaronecklibrary.org/events or call 630-5894.
April 3rd kicks off National Library Week, however staff at Mamaroneck Public Library iscelebrating a little bit early this year since their library has been fully open to the public for a year.
“We reopened our doors on April 1, 2021, after four months of curbside pickup and they have remained open,” Library Director Jennifer O’Neill said. She is proud of the work that her staff has done in the past year and happy that they have been able to offer a safe and relaxing space for the community throughout the pandemic and the disastrous flood which followed Hurricane Ida.
“It is one of the goals of Mamaroneck Public Library to offer a comfortable and welcoming environment to the Mamaroneck community especially during times of tumult. Come in, sit down, take a breath, open your laptop, meet a friend or read a newspaper. We have served our patrons through good times and bad for 99 years and we plan to continue.”