7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Rated PG and runs 86 minutes.
Members of the mysterious and spooky Addams family — Gomez, Morticia, Pugsley, Wednesday, Uncle Fester, and Grandmama — are readily preparing for a big visit from their even creepier relatives. But trouble soon arises when shady TV personality Margaux Needler realizes that the Addams’ eerie hilltop mansion is standing in the way of her dream to sell all the houses in the neighborhood. Join us on Thursday, January 23 at 7 pm.
Refreshments will be served.
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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Back by popular demand, Peggy Dressel will teach a course in watercolor painting. This series of 8 lessons will cover the basics of watercolor, such as picking a palette, how to mix colors, value and different watercolor techniques. You do not have to know how to draw to take this course. A demonstration will be given at each class. A fee of $80 will be charged for the course. In addition, students will need to purchase supplies.
Click here for the list of supplies for the class.
This class is limited to 15 participants – please sign up only if you can attend all 8 classes.
You can sign up online here, but you still have to pay at the library before the start of the first class.Read more...
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Rita Keane, Associate Professor of Art History at Drew University and Margaret Kuntz, Professor of Art History at Drew University will present a four-part course surveying the art and architecture of Rome on Mondays, January 6, 13, 20 and 27 from 11 am to 12:30 pm. The course will consider the art and architecture of the city of Rome from its origins to the seventeenth century. We will discover a history of Rome through the study of its monuments and how works of art and architecture reflected and created ideological currents (political, religious, and social) in the ancient, medieval, Renaissance and Baroque city. A fee of $40 will be charged for the series or $10 per individual class.Read more...
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Walter Choroszewski, former educator and photographer, will discuss DNA testing and how to discover hidden information in one’s DNA. As a former science teacher, Walter decodes the confusing science of DNA and translates it into common language. He compares genetic testing companies and explains how to find your genetic relatives, biological origins, and more. Please join us Monday, January 27 at 7 pm. You may sign up online or call the library to attend.Read more...
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
New players: Would you like to learn how to play Mahjong? Here is your chance to learn from three experienced players. There will be a class every Wednesday from January 8 through January 29. Class size is limited to 12, so please register early. Mahjong sets will be provided, but all players will need a 2019 Mahjong card. If you don’t have one, you can buy it at the library for $9.
Experienced players: If you are already a Mahjong player and are looking for somewhere to play and partners to play with, come with your own set and card and enjoy the game!
Registration is required for each date separately. Both the class and the club meet from 1 to 3 pm. You can sign up at the library, by phone at 973-635-0603, or online. To register for the January 29 class, click here. To register for the January 29 club, click here.Read more...
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
For those wanting to improve their English language skills, this series of classes spans 8 weeks from January 9 through February 27. The program will be conducted by Language Education and Resource Network (LEARN) and volunteer tutors. Students will be divided into small groups by skill level. The program is free – all you need is a commitment to learn! Register online, in person, or call 973-635-0603.Read more...
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Back by popular demand, Peggy Dressel will teach a course in watercolor painting. This series of 8 lessons will cover the basics of watercolor, such as picking a palette, how to mix colors, value and different watercolor techniques. You do not have to know how to draw to take this course. A demonstration will be given in each class. A fee of $80 will be charged for the course. In addition, students will need to purchase supplies. The list of supplies will be provided on the library’s website and at the library. There is a limit of 15 students for this class.
You can sign up online here, but you still have to pay at the library before the start of the first class. Please be aware you must be able to attend all the classes to participate.Read more...
7:15 PM - 8:45 PM
Are you a bit rusty with your Italian language skills? Luciana Santoriello and Frank Foca will moderate Italian discussion groups. Join us Tuesday, February 4 at 7:15 pm and Friday, February 21 at 1:00 pm, and these fluent speakers will help you get a conversation going.Read more...
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) will be held on Wednesdays, February 5 to April 15 from 10 am to 2 pm. Appointments for this free service are required and may be made in person or by calling the library at 973-635-0603.
Please bring these items with you:
- Financial records from 2019
- Copies of your 2018 Federal and State tax returns
- All printed and blank forms from the Internal Revenue Service
- Your photo ID
- Proof of Social Security Number for you and all dependents