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Library Assistant (PT), Children's Department

Friends of RW Library bought us ZINIO - download 277 magazines. Click here for How-to Guide;
Click here to start

New from Friends of RW Library
Free NYC Museum Passes @ Ref Desk
Click for brochure or call x130

Upcoming Tech Classes
Wed, May 6, 1pm: NYC Genealogy
Wed, May 6, 7pm: Excel Beginner pt1
Thur, May 7, 11am: iMac Basics
Thur, May 7, 7pm: Google Drive
Click here for bi-monthly brochure

ESL Conversation Group
Weds, through May 6, 1-2:30pm
Free for all ESL students. Registration not needed. Please contact Eileen 201-670-5600 x 132 for questions.

Teen Tech Club (Gr. 6-12)
MAY: Computer Coding

Wednesdays @ 4:30-5:30 pm
May 6, 13, 20, 27.
Create your own interactive video game using "SCRATCH," the free programming language from the MIT Media Lab.
Flyer here. Register here.

World Cinema:
The Secret in Their Eyes
Wednesday, May 6, 7pm

(Argentina; in Spanish; 2009; 129 min; Drama) Retired Argentinian agent, haunted by unsolved rape case, revisits his old agency & the co-worker who still draws him.

Dani's Book Group
Thursday, May 7, 11am
The Central Park Five

by Sarah Burns

Multimedia Lecture
JFK & the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis

Thursday, May 7, 6:30pm

USA and Russia were on the brink of nuclear war for 13 days. Paul White, historian.

Multimedia Lecture
18th Century English Novels & Music
Saturday, May 9, 2pm

Lecture & Live Harpsichord performance.
John Burkhalter & Donovan Klotzbeacher

Teen Cooks Unite (Gr. 6-12)
Monday, May 11, 7pm

Pick up our May cookbook, Teens Cook Dessert, at the Circulation Desk. Make the recipe of your choice and bring your creation to our meeting. Register here. Questions? Call 201.670.5600, ext. 110.

Multimedia Lecture
Travel Deals and Bargains
Monday, May 11, 6:30pm

Money-saving strategies to travel the world. Rick Feingold

RW Library & Valley Hospital
The Activity Prescription
Tuesday, May 12, 9:30-10:30am
Learn how to start an effective exercise program at any age.
Please register at 1-877-283-2276.

Friends of the Library Monthly Meeting
All Welcome - refreshments
Wednesday, May 13, 9am, auditorium.
To support or join FRIENDS, please click here.

Book Circle w/ Lorri Steinbacher
Wednesday, May 13, 7pm
by Michael Crummey

Family Concert: The Magic Flute
Saturday, May 16, 2pm
Family-friendly version from Montclair Opera Theater. All welcome.
Donations greatly appreciated.

RW Library & Valley Hospital
The Mind-Body-Spirit Connection

Tuesday, May 19, 7-8:30pm

Integrative medicine focuses on whole body wellness, incorporating conventional and alternative therapies. Speaker: Jodie Katz, M.D., family practitioner. Register at 1-800-825-5391 or www.valleyhealth.com/events.

Chinese Mahjong - instructional
Tuesday, May 19, 7pm

Registration required. Please contact Jin Lee at jlee@ridgewoodlibrary.org or
201-670-5600, ext. 125.

Multimedia Lecture
American Baseball in Cuba
Thursday, May 21, 6:30pm

Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Ty Cobb - American stars played Cuban teams in Havana 'til 1959. Rick Feingold

Multimedia Lecture
Orphan Train Riders
Tuesday, May 26, 6:30pm

More than 273,000 children were placed in rail cars and transported all over the U.S. bet. 1853-1929. Tom Riley

Great Decisions Discussion Group India Changes Course
Thursday, May 28, 12:30pm
Hosted by Ed Houlihan
Registration & Readings required -
please call 201-670-5600 x 132

Women & Finance:
Organizing Tax Information

Thursday, May 28, 7pm

Improving our financial picture by understanding basic strategies.
Kathy Entwistle, RW resident, Senior VP, UBS Financial Services.
Guest speaker: Kelly Haggerty, MBA, CPA

Library Board of Trustees Monthly Meeting
Thursday, May 28, 7:30pm
Open to public. 3rd level conference room.

Dementia: It's Not What You Think
Wednesday, June 3, 11am

We discuss different types of dementia, coping strategies, treatment & care options, the impact of other illnesses, more. Speaker: Tracey Lawrence, elder care consultant, founder Grand Family Planning.

RW Library & Valley Hospital
Just for Moms: Treat Yourself Like Someone You Love!

Wednesday, June 10, 7-8:30pm

Rosie Pope--designer, educator, author,
TV personality and mother of 4--teaches us that self-health and wellness are essential, not guilty, pleasures. Registration required. Please call 1-800-825-5391 or visit www. ValleyHealth.com/events.

FREE movie, music & audiobook streaming service is now available!
Click here for how-to guide.
Click here to get started.

Math & Homework Help
for RW Gr. 3-9
Auditorium. Tues & Thurs
Click here for details

Library Café
Weekly Specials


Program Registration
Children, Teens, Adults

Library Events:
March-April-May '15
gift of Friends of the Ridgewood Library

Children's Spring Program Brochure
April-June 2015

Teen Spring Programs

Ridgewood Library is nominated for "Best Small Library in America!" Click here to see details.

Valuable Databases - FREE
Gift of Friends of the Library
to RW Library Members:

277 Free e-Magazines

Click here for home access
Test prep: SAT, ACT, GRE
LET'S GO! to start

Languages made Easy

Research Databases

We thank
Women Gardeners
of RW

for lovely seasonal flowers.

Business & Careers

Career Support/Networking
Thursday nights 7 - 9 PM
Free: Eileen 201-670-5600 x132

Meeting? Special Event?
Elegant Room Rentals
Conferences, Piano Recitals
8-iMac Tech Center
Tower Room Weddings

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Business Services Room Rentals
Color Copy $.50
B&W Copies: $.15
Fax, Scan, Print

Computer Training

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