Past Events

Upcoming Event: Perrot Memorial Library Presents Author William Bryant Logan

Perrot Memorial Library presents a book discussion and signing with Author, NYBG Instructor, and Arborist William Bryant Logan on Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 7 pm, in the Radcliffe Children’s Library. Bill’s lecture will include topics from his recent books, Oak and Sprout Lands.  

Please pre-register here for this free eventThis program is co-sponsored by the Greenwich Tree Conservancy, Greenwich Land Trust, Greenwich Grown and Perrot Memorial Library.

The event will be followed by a book signing with books available for sale by Athena Books. For more information, call 203-637-1066 x15.

Upcoming Event: Perrot Memorial Library and Greenwich Pen Women Present a Book Discussion of “Mask of Dreams,” by Leigh Grant

Perrot Memorial Library and Greenwich Pen Women will continue their co-sponsored book discussion series on February 6, 2023 from 7:00 to 8:00 pm in the Youth Services Program Room of the Radcliffe Children’s Library. Copies of the book, Mask of Dreams, will be offered for sale courtesy of Athena Books.

 

“The crafting of this story, the world-building is truly immense, and the research the author has done shines like a beacon throughout the storyline. It is obvious Ms. Grant is an expert in 15th century Balkan and Venetian history and culture. Yet the history is melded with finesse with intriguing characters displaying all the human emotions of love, jealousy, compassion, frailty, rejection, forgiveness, self-doubt, and the desire to break free from society’s standards of the time period…. Ms. Grant is to be commended for an outstanding job. Mask of Dreams by Leigh Grant receives five stars and the ‘Highly Recommended’ award of excellence. ― The Historical Fiction Company

About the author: Leigh Grant was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, and attended public school and the Greenwich Academy. She has degrees in art history and fine art. She attended Hollins University and Pratt Institute and studied and lived in Paris and London. A former illustrator, with a number of books to her credit, Grant is currently an appraiser of fine art. As a writer, she is fascinated by the Italian Renaissance and the Venetian Empire. She has two children and lives in Norwalk, Connecticut.

Greenwich Pen Women, a branch of the National League of American Pen Women, is a nonprofit organization of local women artists, writers, and musicians. Find out more at greenwichpenwomen.org.

Please pre-register here for this free event. For more information, contact Judy Sgammato at 203-637-1066 x15.

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