Stay Informed Online


There’s a lot going on out there!  Don’t get overloaded; learn some tips and tricks to stay on top of too much information. What does staying informed mean? What questions to ask? Who is providing the information? Is the source an expert or authority? Does the source provide a balanced…

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Tweens Night Out: Harry Potter


July 1 @ 7pm. Have a magical time at the library as we celebrate all things Harry Potter! For grades 4-6.

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rock n roll mother goose


Join us as we welcome the Rock n Roll Mother Goose for this interactive story time for all ages. All attendees will get free ice cream after the event, courtesy of Friendly’s!

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Maker Monday: Aloha Summer!


June 6 @ 7:00pm. School’s almost over, so let’s celebrate Summer! Come join us as we MAKE colorful leis and other tropical crafts in the spirit of Aloha. Registration suggested.

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We all scream for ice cream!


Sat. June 4th at 2pm. Kids in grades 1+ are invited to come learn all about this special treat — and make their own! Space is limited so registration is required.

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Author Visit: Fran Wilde


Sat. June 4th @ 12:00pm. Emerging science fiction and fantasy writer Fran Wilde, author of Updraft, will be the guest speaker at this month’s meeting of the Garden State Speculative Fiction Writers.

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Library Closed on Memorial Day


In observance of Memorial Day, the library will be closed on Monday, May 30. We will reopen on Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. Have a happy and safe holiday!

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Math Tutoring Expanded


Thanks to our generous volunteers, the library has added hours to its popular math tutoring service. Tutors are now available from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on select Saturdays this summer.

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Jews of the Shanghai Ghetto


June 19 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Mr Henry B. Meisel recounts his amazing experiences in Shanghai during World War II and will screen the award winning documentary “Shanghai Ghetto”

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Free Online Classes


May 3 @ 4:00-5:00 pm There are many opportunites to take classes and learn things online.  Whether enrolling in a professor-led “massively open” class, or watching a self-directed video series, discover some of the best (free) ways to continue your education. Links to Resources Mentioned in Class: Universal Class…

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