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What's Going On?


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 or 10/9.

Second Sunday Series 2019-2020

Our lineup promises to be very entertaining and educational. Register by calling 973-377-2694 or click on the program below to register online.

Oct 13All Beatles Show; a program to educate and entertain by Rewind
Nov 10The Infinite Variety of Shakespeare’s Women by Ellen Barry
Dec 8Rock Around the Holidays by Nina et Cetera
Jan 12Classic Comedy of Radio and TV by Walter Chorosweski
Feb 9Amore: Classical and Contemporary Songs of Love by Synergismus Duo
Mar 8Tales Well Told: The Bedquilt dramatic readings by Michele LaRue

Monthly Movies

Recently released films are shown on the last Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm. On October 29th we will be showing “Yesterday,” a romantic comedy film starring Himesh Patel as a struggling musician, who finds himself the only person who remembers the Beatles and becomes famous after taking credit for their songs.

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

On Display – Take a Look

Hanging on the walls inside the library is an assortment of art masks by clay sculptor Leslie Jacobsen. The lobby display cases currently feature unusual “bookmarks” forgotten in returned library books.

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