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What's Going On?

Thursday Night Programs @7:00-8:30

Learn more by calling 973-377-2694
Feb 27 – Canon March Dive deep into a classic work of literature. Space is limited! Registration required. February read: Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles
Mar 5 – Open Book Night Have you read anything good lately? Share your reading recommendations and get some ideas for what to read next!
Mar 12 – Listening Party! Listen to the Pet Sounds album by the Beach Boys from start to finish followed by a discussion.
Mar 19 – Current Events Cafe Join us for a moderated discussion on topics in the news today.

Second Sunday Series

Register by calling 973-377-2694 or click on the program below to register online.
Mar 8Tales Well Told: The Bedquilt dramatic readings by Michele LaRue

Cookbook Club

Swap recipes, share cooking tips, and talk about your favorite cookbooks. The group meets on the first Friday of each month @ 2:00-3:00 pm in the New Jersey Room.

Meditation @ the Library

Join us for our meditation program, led by Jeannette, an experienced yoga and meditation teacher. Sessions are every Wednesday @ noon.

*There will be meditation session 3/4. Sessions will continue on 3/12*

Monthly Movies

Recently released films are shown on the last Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm. On March 31st we will be showing “Harriet,” a biopic of Harriet Tubman’s life story, from her daring escape out of slavery to her role as conductor of the Underground Railroad.

On Display

There is a Transportation display from the Morris Museum in the children’s room display case. The display is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

Our lobby cases feature a display provided by the Montessori School.

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