Location: 10013

Little Libraries

There are 18 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

Box 185, Canal St. Station, New York, NY 10013
38 Lispenard Street, New York, NY 10013
VFiles (0.1 miles)
2 Mercer St, New York, NY 10013
361 Broadway (3rd Fl.), New York, NY 10013
47 Worth Street, New York, NY 10013
6 Decades (0.2 miles)
265 Canal Street #601, New York, NY 10013
New York Nautical (0.3 miles)
158 Duane Street, New York, NY 10013
290 Broadway, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10007
255 Centre Street, New York, NY 10013
Phaidon | Store (0.4 miles)
100 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10012
Pier 94/Main Stage, Pier 94/Main Stage, NY
Manhattan Books (0.4 miles)
150 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007
199 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007
58 Warren Street, New York, NY 10007
107 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012
97 Warren Street, New York, NY 10007
City Hall Library (0.5 miles)
31 Chambers Street, Room 112, New York, NY 10007
557 Broadway, New York, NY 10012
9 Murray Street, New York, NY 10007
9 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY 10013
BOOKCON (0.5 miles)
Javits Center Main Theater, New York, NY
138 Sullivan Street, New York, NY 10012
141 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012
52 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012-3325
126 Crosby Street, New York, NY 10012

Local events

Come Shining: A Tribute to C.D. Wright
Poets House, Monday, September 26 at 7pm
An event to honor the late C.D. Wright (1949-2016), featuring Lee Ann Brown, Peter Cole, Mónica de la Torre, Carolyn Forché, Brecht Gander, Brenda Hillman, Ben Lerner, Deborah Luster, Frances Mayes, Jane Miller, Michael Ondaatje, Brenda Shaughnessy, Arthur Sze, Jean Valentine, Anne Waldman, and Michael Wiegers. With musical performances by Richard Leo Johnson and Toni Hall and a dance performance by Eiko (rmharris)… (more)
Event location: CUNY Graduate Center, Proshansky Auditorium, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
Levittown Public Library Bus Trip Ticket Sale
Levittown Public Library, Tuesday, September 27 at 7pm
Levittown Public Library Bus Trip Ticket Sale
Holiday Bus Trip
Westchester Dinner Theater
"Christmas Inn"
Thursday, December 8, 2016
$96.00 per person includes: dinner, play, transportation and all gratuities.
Limited in-person ticket sale for Levittown UFSD residents begins on Tuesday, September 27, at 6:00 p.m. in the Community Room.  Limit 4 tickets per patron.  Any remaining tickets will be on sale at the Reference Desk for LUFSD residents.  Non-resident ticket sale will begin on October4, at the Reference Desk.  A non-refundable payment is due at the time of registration.  Money order or check made payable to the Levittown Public Library is due at the time of registration.
We will depart at 3:30 p.m. and drive to a few popular holiday decorated homes on our way to the theater.  When we arrive we will have dinner prior to the show:  Choose from a selection of entrees, plus rolls, salad, coffee, tea, and dessert.  Non-alcholoic and alcoholic beverages are available for an extra charge.  We will arrive back at the library at approximately 11:45 p.m.
Synopsis:  The merriment begins when two famous entertainers who split up their act are both booked to headline the traditional holiday show at an Old New England Inn.  Enjoy an evening of holiday music and laughter as the families of the feuding stars try to get them to reunite and recreate the act which made them famous.  The show features holiday favorite music including an old-fashioned sing-along. (added from Eventkeeper)
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Boys Book Club
Manhasset Public Library, Tuesday, September 27 at 8pm
We will discuss Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein
Open to those in 4th-6th grades in September. You can pick up the book at our first meeting on August 16th!
Copies available at the circulation desk. 
This group is currently full. To inquire about future openings please contact Erin at 516-627-2300 or edemarco@manhassetlibrary.org (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
French Comics Framed Exhibition
The Cooper Union, Foundation Building, Tuesday, September 27 at 9pm
Description: Sept 27 – Nov. 5: French Comics Framed - Exhibition
The Cooper Union, Foundation Building, 7 East 7th Street, NY 10003
Oct. 4: Panel by Asaf & Tomer Hanuka
The Society of illustrator, 128 East 63rd Street, New York, NY 10065
Oct 6-9: Meet our artists on booth #1558 at New York Comic Con and on the Artist Alley
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 655 W. 34th St., New York NY 10001
Oct. 6, 7pm: French Comics On Screen: Film Adaptations of Franco-Belgian Graphic Narratives
The School of Visual Arts, 209 E 23rd St, 3rd floor
Oct. 7, 6:30pm : How to Draw a Life: The Rise of Graphic Biography in France
Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue, NY 10029
Oct. 8, 1:30-2:30pm: Drawing From the World: Franco-Belgian Comics in Global Context
New York Comic Con (room 1B03), Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 655 W. 34th St., New York, NY 10001
Oct. 8, 7pm: Reconstructing Comix: The “Architecture” of Franco-Belgian Graphic Narratives, from Tintin to Today
The Great Hall of Cooper Union, Foundation Building, 7 East 7th Street, New York, NY 10003
Nov. 1, 7pm: Panel discussion: Drawing the unspeakable
Columbia University 116th St & Broadway, New York NY 10027 (Artymedon)
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Let's Get Cookin' - Dazzling Appetizers
Hillside Public Library, Wednesday, September 28 at 2pm
Choose an Appetizer recipe from the cookbooks available at the Reference Desk, prepare, and share with others at September's cookbook book club meeting
Online registration and recipe selection begins on September 1 at 10am. (added from Eventkeeper)
Self-Bomb, Culture-Bomb: An Evening With Aase Berg & Sade Murphy
Poets House, Wednesday, September 28 at 7pm
A founding member of the Stockholm Surrealist group, poet and critic Aase Berg is the author of five books of poetry, most recently Hackers. Elisabeth Hjorth writes: “Hackers is an attack. An act of aggression against the patriarchy, heavy fire against society’s male body... it is also about sleeping with the enemy.” Considered one of Sweden’s most influential poets, Berg makes a much-anticipated U.S. appearance. She is joined by poet Sade Murphy. (rmharris)… (more)
20/30-Somethings Book Chat/ Coloring Night
Eastchester Public Library, Wednesday, September 28 at 8pm
Join fellow 20 & 30-somethings for a book chat of this month’s book, while relaxing and coloring in some pictures!Copies of the books are available at the circulation desk.
Pictures and colored pencils are provided. Light refreshments will be served.This new program for adults in their 20s and 30s will meet monthly and explore a variety of genres. This month's book is" The Girl on the Train By Paula Hawkins
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Lakeville Literary Club
Great Neck Library - Lakeville Branch, Wednesday, September 28 at 8pm
ONLY TIME WILL TELL by Jeffrey Archer. Book One of Clifton Chronicles
Registration is recommended. Copies of the book will be available to registered patrons for pick-up at the branch of their choice. (added from Eventkeeper)
Enhancing Your Internet Browsing.
Rye Free Reading Room, Thursday, September 29 at 11am
This session will cover a number of new features in Microsoft's Internet Explorer program used to access internet websites. Among the topics will be setting new Home Pages, Using Tabs for quick access, Setting Bookmarks, clearing internet data, and using the Private Browsing feature. Also security will be addressed.
Taught by Mike Negrelli. Seating available on a first come, first served basis. Observers welcome. No pre-registration is required. (added from Eventkeeper)… (more)
Parkville Book Discussion
Great Neck Library - Parkville Branch, Thursday, September 29 at 2:30pm
Join us as we read the Long Island Reads book: Leaving Time, by Jodi Picoult. Deeply moving and suspenseful, 'Leaving Time' is a radiant exploration of the enduring love between mothers and daughters. Discussion will be led by Librarian Judy Snow. (added from Eventkeeper)
LI Plastic Surgical Group Book Talk (HGR)
Bryant Library, Thursday, September 29 at 6:30pm
"The Last Innocents" with Michael Leahy
Bergino Baseball Clubhouse, Thursday, September 29 at 7pm
White, black, Jewish, Christian, wealthy, working class, conservative, liberal -- the Los Angeles Dodgers of the 1960s embodied the disparate cultural forces at play in an America riven by race and war.

In “The Last Innocents,” Michael Leahy tells the story of this mesmerizing time and extraordinary team through seven players -- Maury Wills, Sandy Koufax, Wes Parker, Jeff Torborg, Tommy Davis, Dick Tracewski, and Lou Johnson.

It is a story about what it was like to be a major leaguer when the country was turned upside down by the tumult of the civil rights movement, a series of wrenching political assassinations, and the shock waves of the Vietnam War. Outside the public eye, these seven Dodgers -- friends, mentors, and confidants -- struggled to understand their place in society and in a sport controlled by owners whose wishes were fiat. Even as they starred in games watched by millions, they coped with anxieties and indignities their fans knew nothing about -- some of their wounds deeply personal, others more common to the times. In their dissatisfaction, they helped plant the seeds of a rebellion that would change their sport.

Join Michael Leahy for our intimate Clubhouse conversation on Thursday, September 29. A discussion for our times.

For a guaranteed seat, purchase of a signed book or Bergino Baseball Clubhouse gift certificate/scrip required. Books will be signed/personalized at the event.

Michael Leahy is the author of “Hard Lessons” and “When Nothing Else Matters: Michael Jordan’s Last Comeback.” His award-winning career has included thirteen years as a writer for the “Washington Post” and the “Washington Post Magazine.” Leahy’s 2005 “Washington Post Magazine” story about a California sperm donor won the Society of Professional Journalists Award for best magazine story of the year. His stories have been selected four times for the annual Best American Sports Writing anthologies.

Complimentary beer/whiskey for all ticket holders. (Clubhouse)
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Book Discussion: Armchair Historians
Hillside Public Library, Saturday, October 1 at 11:30am
The Wright Brothers by David MCullough (added from Eventkeeper)
Metamorphosis: A Reading from the work of poet Barbara Guest
Poets House, Saturday, October 1 at 2pm
Join us for a poetry reading and closing reception as we take one last look at the landmark exhibition, creative collaboration, and friendship between poet Barbara Guest and painter Fay Lansner. Contemporary poets Mel Elberg, Susan Gevirtz, Peter Gizzi, Paolo Javier, E. Tracy Grinnell, and erica kaufman, among others, will pay tribute to the life and work of the New York School poet and read from Barbara Guest's Collected Poems. (rmharris)… (more)
Meet Author Nancy De Rosa
Rye Free Reading Room, Saturday, October 1 at 3pm
Nancy De Rosa's Food for Thought: First Course is described as a fast-paced novel that will make you laugh out loud and remind you that drama goes down a lot better with great food and a cocktail.
Five single women are searching for love in every food establishment in the tri-state area. EMMA CRAVEN and her friends are lonely but happy to have one another and decide to meet every Saturday night hoping for fun, good food, and adventure. EMMA CRAVEN meets chef GARY PARKER in Murray's Grill and sparks fly. EMMA is overjoyed to meet such a perfect man until GARY'S ex fianc comes back into the picture. Reed thin and sexy, Chloe is everything EMMA is not. Or so she thinks. FOOD FOR THOUGHT; First Course is a highly entertaining story about love, family, and friendship. Each chapter is a "slice of life" everyone has experienced at one time or another. Think Sex and City meets the Food Network with a little Bridget Jones's Diary thrown into the mix. FOOD FOR THOUGHT; First Course, is filled with fun, realistic and highly entertaining characters. Share in EMMA and her friend's journey's as they find love, true friendship and empowerment while dining out at every restaurant in the tri-state area.
The book is told in an upbeat, highly entertaining style with fast-paced dialog and savvy use of language. If you're feeling at all down at the end of a hard day, this book is a surefire way to lift your spirits. (added from Eventkeeper)
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Ellen Fitzpatrick, The Highest Glass Ceiling: Women’s Quest for the American Presidency
Roosevelt House, Thursday, October 13 at 6pm
Ellen Fitzpatrick, The Highest Glass Ceiling: Women’s Quest for the American Presidency

Speaking at Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, CUNY (added from Harvard University Press)
Pulling the Trigger: Colleen McElroy on the Craft of Poetry
Poets House, Thursday, October 13 at 7pm
Renowned poet Colleen J. McElroy examines the ways in which triggering operates in our poetic, personal, and racial selves. McElroy is the author of several poetry collections, including Queen of the Ebony Isles, winner of the American Book Award, and most recently Blood Memory. (rmharris)
Hideous: A Reading and Conversation with Sylvia Legris & Will Alexander
Poets House, Thursday, October 20 at 7pm
Canadian poet Sylvia Legris, winner of the 2006 Griffin Poetry Prize, and Los Angeles poet Will Alexander, winner of the 2016 Jackson Poetry Prize, discuss how language operates to amputate, dissect, and reveal the most intimate secrets of the human and animal body. (rmharris)
50 Years of Hanging Loose: An Anniversary Celebration
Poets House, Tuesday, October 25 at 7pm
From its magazine origins of mimeographed loose pages in a cover envelope to one of the premier publishers of poetry, Hanging Loose Press celebrates 50 years. The evening will feature readings from Hanging Loose authors Jen Benka, Kimiko Hahn, Cathy Park Hong, Robert Hershon, Dick Lourie, and Mark Pawlak. (rmharris)
Michael Woodsworth, Battle for Bed-Stuy: The Long War on Poverty in New York City
Brooklyn Public Library - Central Library, Wednesday, October 26 at 8pm
Michael Woodsworth, Battle for Bed-Stuy: The Long War on Poverty in New York City

Speaking at the Brooklyn Public Library (added from Harvard University Press)
American Stanzas: A Reading
Poets House, Friday, October 28 at 7pm
In conjunction with her Poets House photography exhibit, "American Stanzas 2006-2016," poet, photographer, and Cave Canem Fellow Rachel Eliza Griffiths hosts Mahogany Browne, Aracelis Girmay, Rickey Laurentiis, Angel Nafis, Morgan Parker, and Iain Haley Pollock reading their work and celebrating their shared histories. (rmharris)
Halloween (Poe)treats!
Poets House, Saturday, October 29 at 12pm
Come in costume and enjoy spooky poetry mad libs, festive crafts, and more tricks and (poe)treats in the Children's Room

Ages 10 & under (rmharris)
Author Talk
Bluestockings, Monday, October 31 at 7pm
Join Abda Khan as she discusses her novel Stained and talks candidly about the reasons why she decided to write such a hard hitting novel which deals with rape and honour issues within the context of the British South Asian communities. (abdakhan)
Iowa International Writing Program Reading
Poets House, Monday, November 7 at 7pm
Explore the various cultural landscapes that poetry occupies globally, introducing U.S. audiences to contemporary international poets from the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa on the final leg of their U.S. tour. Poets Akhil Katyal (India), Ko Ko Thett (Myanmar), Chen Ko Hua (Taiwan), Henriikka Tavi (Finland), and Alice S. Yousef (Palestinian Territories) will be introduced by Christopher Merrill, Director of the International Writing Program. Work will be translated into English by students in Tom Sleigh’s Hunter College MFA class. (rmharris)… (more)
Jack Hamilton, Just around Midnight: Rock and Roll and the Racial Imagination
Book Culture on Columbus, Wednesday, November 9 at 7pm
Jack Hamilton, Just around Midnight: Rock and Roll and the Racial Imagination

Speaking and signing, Book Culture (Columbus Ave.) (added from Harvard University Press)
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