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Are you a bit rusty with your Italian language skills? Luciana Santoriello and Carmen Del Guercio-Evans will moderate Italian discussion groups. Join us Friday, January 19 at 1 pm or Tuesday, January 30 at 7:15 pm and these fluent speakers will help you and others get a conversation going.Read more...
Ages 4 to 9
Limit: 25 children Registration required
Teachers from Dance Innovations will take you on a journey through the history of dance. From the Charleston to hip hop, learn steps from dances that shaped the way we move today.
To sign up, call the library at 973-635-0603, stop in the children’s room, or sign up online right here
Sponsored by Friends of the Library
Please note that this program replaces Touch the Music which was cancelled by the performer due to unforeseen circumstancesRead more...
Ages 6 & Up
Limit: 8 children Registration required
Make someone special a cute Elephant and Piggy valentine in this 3-week class.
To sign up, call the library at 973-635-0603, stop in the children’s room, or sign up online right hereRead more...
Grades 8 to 12 Limit: 12 students
Angie Oberhelman, LPC and owner of Stress and Emotional Wellness Counseling, will offer yoga classes for teenagers. Ms. Oberhelman will guide you through poses (asana), breathing (pranayama) and meditation (focusing) to help you feel calm and energized. She incorporates yoga in her therapy with teens and adults. Mats, blocks and straps will be provided. Wear comfortable clothing so you can move easily in the poses. Put your troubles aside, relieve some stress, build self-esteem and have fun!
This is a series of 4 classes on Thursdays, January 11, 18 & 25 and February 1. You may attend one or more classes.
Registration is required and opens two weeks prior to each class.
To register for February 1, call the library at 973-635-0603, stop in the Children’s Room, or sign up online right hereRead more...
Chronic pain affects millions of Americans of all ages making daily activities difficult. In this presentation licensed physical therapist, Lisa Weinman, Director of Rehabilitation at Summit Center for Physical Therapy will give an overview of some of the main contributors to chronic pain. A discussion will follow offering strategies for addressing and alleviating chronic pain, and where possible, target the root causes of back, neck and joint issues. Please join us Thursday, February 1 at 7 pm. You may sign up online or call the library at 973-635-0603.Read more...