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What's Going On?


Summer Series – Next up: Rocks in the Garden; a History of Slavery in Morristown

On July 24 at 7 pm, Rocks in the Garden: a history of Slavery in Morristown – a presentation by historian & teacher  Mike Snyder.

Mark your calendar for our other fun and informative programs on Wednesdays @ 7:00 pm. Register by calling 973-377-2694.

July 24– Rocks in the Garden: a Public History of Slavery in Morristown
July 31-Ben Franklin
Rescheduled to Tuesday, August 6 -Intro to the Ukulele for 11-100 year olds

Meditation @ the Library

Join us for our meditation program, led by Jeannette, an experienced yoga and meditation teacher. Weekday sessions are every Wednesday @ noon.   No session on  9/25. The last evening session was 7/1.

Monthly Movies

Recently released films are shown on the second Monday at 12:00 noon during the summer and the last Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm year round.

Tuesday, July 30th at 6:30 pm – “Shazam,” an action/adventure/comedy film starring Zachary Levi,  Mark Strong and Asher Angel

If you are a film fanatic, check out our film streaming resource – Kanopy!

On Display – Take a Look

The lobby display cases currently feature past performances of the Jerry Gibson Memorial Youth Summer Theater. Their 39th production is “Shrek” to be presented at the Ridgedale School Theater on July 23, 24, 25, 26, & 27 at 7:30pm with a 2pm matinee on 7/27.

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