New from Friends of RW Library
Free NYC Museum Passes @ Ref Desk Click for brochure or call x130
Upcoming Tech Classes
Tue, May 26, 11am: Publisher pt1 Tue, May 26, 7pm: Blog w/ Weebly Wed, May 27, 11am: Pinterest Wed, May 27, 7pm: Website w/ WIX Thur, May 28, 11am: PowerPoint pt2 Thur, May 28, 7pm: Excel Interm. pt2 Fri, May 29, 11am: Digital Photo Mgmt Click here for bi-monthly brochure
Teen Photo Contest DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: TUESDAY, MAY 26 Submit your photos reflecting the theme "Ridgewood Through My Eyes" for our 8th annual photography contest. Will award six cash prizes at $50 each!
For Ridgewood students in grades 6-12. Flyer here.
Chinese Mahjong - drop-in practice Tuesday, May 26, 10am
Please contact Jin Lee at email@example.com or
201-670-5600, ext. 125.
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
Teen Tech Club (Gr. 6-12)
MAY: Computer Coding Wed, May 27, 4:30-5:30 pm Create your own interactive video game using "SCRATCH," the free programming language from the MIT Media Lab. Flyer here.Register here.
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. Click here for agenda.
Coins in the Ashes Monday, June 1, 7pm Author and award-winning public radio journalist Joe McHugh recounts his years-long quest to find the woman who cared for him and his brother at a time when tragedy threatened to destroy his family.
Free, all welcome.
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.
Like Father, Like Son Wednesday, June 3, 7pm (Japan; in Japanese; 2013; 121 min) Father learns that his 6 year ols son had been switched at birth, ans now must choose his biological son or the boy he's raised as his own. Free, all welcome.
Dani's Book Group Thursday, June 4, 11am Chose your prepub to review
Friday Matinee at 1pm June 5: The Imitation Game 2014; PG-13; 114min True Story of math genius Alan Turing who cracked the WWII Enigma Code. Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley
Friends of the Library Monthly Meeting Tuesday, June 9, 7:30pm Off-site location, please call 201-670-5600 x 120 for details.
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.
RW Library & Valley Hospital Healthy Steps:Food for Your Mood Tuesday, June 16, 9:30-10:30am
We know certain foods improve your health, but did you know food can influence your attitude and mood? Speaker: Danielle Cinnante, MS, CHES, health educator. To register: 877-283-2276.
Sunday Concerts at 2pm June 14: Carole King Tribute Gerard & Diane Barros salute legendary singer/songwriter. All welcome, donations greatly appreciated.
Teen 2 Tween ESL Tutoring for Ridgewood 4-9th grade students
One-on-one meetings with trained high-school volunteers. Submit completed application forms at the Children's Service Desk by Monday, June 15. More information here. Application here.
State Parks of NJ Thursday, June 18, 6:30pm
Kevin Woyce, author, shows his photos of beautiful NJ State Parks, vintage maps, historic people, places & events.
Summer Reading Club Kickoff Thursday, June 25, 2-3pm
Musician Jay Mankita uses the "Every Story Has a Hero" them to tell the story of "Tracy at the Bat..and other Ordinary Heroes." Register for Summer Reading Club here and download brochure today.
FREE movie, music & audiobook streaming service is now available!
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Math & Homework Help
for RW Gr. 3-9
Auditorium. Tues & Thurs
Click here for details