Have you done your Hour of Code yet? Computer Science Education Week is over, but we are still coding. Click here to get started. Log your coding through January to earn prizes!

Breaking News!
Congress has just reinstated the popular charitable IRA distribution deduction but only through December 31, 2014.  If you are 70-1/2 or older and have IRAs, click here to learn how you - and the Library - might benefit from this program.

New Library Card Designs Now Available
The five winning designs from last year's Library Card Design Contest are now available for use as your Ridgefield Library card. Check at the Circulation Desk about getting a new card or upgrading your existing card to one of these charming new designs.

It's official!  The New Ridgefield Library is now open for business.
Guided tours for individuals and groups are available by appointment. Inquire at the Circulation Desk .Learn more about the New Ridgefield Library.


The 2014-2015 Annual Appeal Is Now Underway!
Click on the arrow below to see some of the things your support makes possible, or click here to view full-size on YouTube.

Did you know that 89% of Ridgefield households have at least one member with a library card, yet only 13% of households in town support their Library through the Annual Appeal?
See the 2013-2014 Annual Report of Donors

Click here for more information
about giving opportunities or here to make your online donation to the Annual Appeal today.

Is your Name on the Wall of Donors?
There is still time through 12/31 to get your name on the Wall of Donors recognizing major contributors to the Campaign for the New Ridgefield Library.  See the full list and learn more here.

Teen Trivia a Big Success!
60 teens had a great time competing and winning prizes at our first annual Teen Trivia Afternoon. Thanks to our team sponsors and those who donated prizes and refreshments (see the full list here).


Featured Events

Click here for a full listing of events and for program registration information.

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