Founders Hall Social Event to Feature Summer Playlist on June 10

Nothing says summer more than finding the perfect vacation journal. Andy Forsyth, Assistant Library Manager, and Rita Covelli, Adult Services Manager, Ridgefield Library at Founders Hall’s Books of Summer Tea are here to help you navigate the latest summer reads.

This social event will be an opportunity for Founders Hall members to enjoy tea, appetizers and listen to a book presentation on the hottest titles of the summer. Members are sure to discover a new author while having the chance to visit friends old and new.

Founders Hall Teas and Tastings feature a unique theme and are held on the second Friday of the month. They are a way to bring the senior community together. Past themes have included a tea luau, chili tasting, and maple syrup tasting. These fun events include entertainment and snacks.

Founders Hall is grateful to have volunteers to help with these events.

The Books of Summer Tea is sponsored by Books on the Common and Keystone Place in Wooster Heights.

If you are interested in becoming a Founders Hall member to attend this and events like this, please call for more information at 203-431-7000.

Founders Hall, located at 193 Danbury Road in Ridgefield, is a donor-funded education and recreation center for people age 60 and older. Visit for more information.

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