Public Notice Library Board of Trustees Monthly Meeting original date
of Thursday, January 22, 2015 has been rescheduled:
New Date - Thursday, January 29, 7:30pm
3rd floor, conference room. Open to public.
Click here for agenda.
Wed, Jan 28, 10am: eBook Lab Wed, Jan 28, 11am: Computer Basics Click here for bi-monthly brochure
POSTPONED:MakerSpace Saturday - Start Your Own Website w/ WIX Saturay, January 24, 10am Check back for rescheduled date Finally, an easy to customize, no coding, FREE website design tool has arrived. We'll get you started. (Tech Center) Space is limited, click here to register.
Pinewood Derby Demonstration Day Sunday, January 25, 2-4pm Participants will assemble and decorate a basic shape and race it on an official Pinewood Derby track. $5 materials fee; Ridgewood boys & girls ages 6-10 are welcome. Space is limited, click here to register.
Multimedia Lectures Tuesday, January 27, 6:30pm There's No Business Like Show Business 45 years behind the scenes of Broadway shows, movies & celebrities. Light refreshments. All welcome.
Great Decisions Discussion Group -Outlook for 2015
Thursday, January 29, 12:30pm Hosted by Ed Houlihan
Registration & Readings required -
please call 201-670-5600 x 132
Women & Finance:
Organizing Your Financial Life Thursday, January 29, 7pm
RW resident and UBS VP Kathy Entwistle kicks off 2015 with tips on getting your financial house in order. All welcome.
TRU*6 (*Teen Readers Unite, Gr. 6)
Monday, February 2, 7-8:00 pm Ungifted by Gordon Korman. Games, snacks, and discussion revolving around our February book, available at Circulation Desk. Register here for Feburary meeting.
Knit One Read Too - Instructional
Tuesday, February 3, 7-8:30 pm Knit, crochet, embroider, stitch as you preview the best of new books.
For info click here. Register here for new 2015 instructional session.
World Cinema: The Lunchbox Wednesday, February 4, 7pm (India; 2013; 104 min; Romantic Comedy)Mistaken lunch delivery leads to notes between an older man and lonely young housewife.
Dani's Book Group Thursday, February 5, 11am Summer House with Swimming Pool by Herman Koch
Barynya New date: Thursday, February 5, 7pm Thrilling Russian dancers and musicians share authentic folk music , song & instruments. Donations greatly appreciated.
Images of America: Prospect Park Saturday, February 7, 1pm
William Paterson professor Ron Verdicchio
and 6 students share their book about the transformation of "Holland-Dutch" Prospect Park to today's multicultural borough.
All welcome. Book signing.
Teen Cooks Unite (Grades 6-12) Monday, February 9, 7pm For teens of all cooking abilities (including none)! Prepare a recipe from this month's book, The Green Teen Cookbook, and bring your dish to our February meeting. Register here.
Chinese Mahjong Class Tuesday, February 10, 7pm
Instructional session. Please contact Jin for registration: 201-670-5600, ext. 125 or email@example.com.
Friends of the Library Monthly Meeting All Welcome - refreshments
Wednesday, February 11, 9am, auditorium.
To support or join FRIENDS, please click here.
Book Circle w/ Lorri Steinbacher Wednesday, February 11, 7pm The Girls of Atomic City The untold story if the women who helped win World War II
by Denise Kiernan