“Poetry is an egg with a horse inside.”
Welcome to the Greenwich Free Library’s Summer Reading Poetry Walk!
We are excited to offer this family activity to our community members and patrons and hope that participants will enjoy the wide variety of poems that are scattered about the village of Greenwich.
There are fifteen stops in total on this walk with each unique poem selected for each unique location.
Participating in our Summer Reading Challenge?
Each poem can earn you five minutes towards your weekly reading goal! Just send us a picture of you at the actual poem stop and we will add the time to your reading log. We will proudly display the pictures you send on our social media and website.
Check out the map below to see where all the poems are!
Thank you to the Village of Greenwich, businesses, and organizations that have given us permission to display our poems.
- Witches Wash
- Edward Jones
- Rough and Ready Fire House Museum
- The Village of Greenwich
- The Town of Greenwich
- Argyle Brewing Company
- Comfort Food Community
- Greenwich Youth Center
- Greenwich Central Schools
- Sip and Swirl
- St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church
For a printable map please click here.
The Annual Summer Reading Program is made possible by the generous donations of the Greenwich Teachers’ Association and Stewart’s Shops.