May Youth Services Programs
Friday, April 25 at 1 pm
Why learn about safe computing? What is at risk? These and other question about computer safety will be discussed in this timely and informative program by Joe Robbins.
Computer Classes for Adults
Classes are on Wednesdays at 1PM. Class size is limited, and you must register for classes. Only Mendham Borough Library Cardholders.
April 23--Free Apps for iPad. Learn about the latest and greatest FREE apps for your iPad. You will need to know your Apple IP password for this class.
April 30--Zinio. Learn to download current magazines to your tablet.You need to bring your tablet to class.
May 7 iPad for beginners. Please bring your iPad with you to this class.
May 14 iPad Users Group. This is a NEW program.
Learn more about your iPad from other iPad users. Discover tips and tricks, and talk about the apps you find useful. Be sure to bring your iPad.
May 21--Free Apps for iPad. Learn about the latest and greatest FREE apps for your iPad. You will need to know your Apple IP password for this class.
May 28--Zinio. Learn to download current magazines to your tablet.You need to bring your tablet to class.
Wednesday May 21 at 10AM
Learn to download eBooks. Learn how to download FREE ebooks from Overdrive to your iPad or Kindle. You need to bring your tablet to class. Registration is required.
Toddler Story Time
Thursdays in April at 10:30AM
New 30 minute program starting in April. Bring your toddler to the library to listen to a story and do a fun craft! Registration is required.
Cinco De Mayo Fiesta
Friday, May 2 at 3:15PM
We will be making sombreros, maracas and having fun opening a pinata. All ages.
One hour classses begin prompltly at 8:30AM
Tuesday session runs from Tuesday May 6th to Tuesday June 24.
The cost is $40 for the Tuesday session.
Drop-ins, $8 per class will be welcomed if there is room.
2014 Release Form must be on file.
Stop in at the library to find out more information or to sign up. Space is limited.
Knitting Club for Middle and High School Students
Always wanted to learn to knit? Come to the library on Friday May 9 at 3:30PM and learn how to knit or imporve your skills. We will provide the yarn but please bring a pair of knitting needles, size 8 or 9 will work the best. For more infomation or to sign up please contact Miss Amanda our Children's librarian.
In celebration of Children’s Book Week, the Morris Area Youth Services Committee (MAYS) presents: Step into A Story Week
Celebrate some literary classics in honor of Children’s Book Week. Twenty participating libraries in Morris County have decorated library spaces based on special books; for example you can visit the land of Dr. Seuss here at the Mendham Borough Library or get lost in Alice’s Wonderland at the Mendham Township Library. The Borough Library also needs help finding some of the Dr. Seuss characters who have stepped out of their stories and are hiding in the library. Take part in this Seusstastic Scavenger Hunt and win a special prize.
Tuesday, May 13 at 4:30PM
Join us at the library for our new program with instructor Sammy Rizzuto. She will help children from 1st to 5th grade explore the world of science through fun experiments! Registration is required.
Family Movie Night
Wednesday, May 21 at 6PM
Join us for some fishy fun with Disney's Pixar's classic Finding Nemo. Snacks provided. Open to all ages but parents must stay with their children.
Memorial Day Bingo
May 23 at 3:15PM
Come play bingo have fun win prizes! All ages.
Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease
Wednesday, May 29 at 7PM
What are the most important things to know about memory loss and what might it mean for you? This program will discuss the different types of dementia, their risk factors, obtaining a diagnosis, current research and planning for the future. Lecturer Amy Matthews is the Associate Director of Education and Training for the Alzheimer's Association Greater New Jersey Chapter. Registration required.
World Vital Records
Library is now offering library patrons access to the World Vital Records subscription research database. Access to family history records worldwide – including digitized newspapers, military, vital records, historical maps.
Did you make a New Year's resolution to expand your language skills? Try Pronunciator, the newest language learning electronic resource from Mendham Borough Library!
Learn 60 languages for FREE with the worlds largest language learning service. All you need is a Mendham Borough Library card and access to the Internet. To get started simply click here.
To start using Pronunciator, go to Pronunciator and REGISTER (email/library card number). Now look in your email, where you will receive an email with a temporary student ID and password. You may change it under your Account once you log in.
Zinio For Libraries
Love reading the current issue of magazines? We are pleased to announce the availability of Zinio for Libraries, the world’s largest newsstand to Mendham Borough Library card holders.
Through our website, you will have unlimited multi-user access to complete 50 digital magazines titles, easily viewed on most Internet-enabled devices.
You can access Zinio here. For more information on how to use this service please click here. For the list of available titles click here.
For patrons who would like hands on assitance on how to add this new service to their devices the library will be holding a Zinio class on February 26 at 1PM. Call or stop in to register for the class.
Friends of the Mendham Borough Library 2014 Membership Drive
Its time to renew or join the Friends of the Mendham Borough Library for 2014. Our Friends group raises money to support many of the library activities. This year our Friends paid for the cost of repaving our parking lot! Please consider joining or renewing your Friends membership for 2014. Please click here for the 2014 membership application.
Borough Best Sellers Program
You've just heard that Nora Roberts or James Patterson has a new book out but don't have time to get the library to place it on hold. Now you won't have to worry - join the Borough Best Sellers and we'll do it for you automatically. All you need to do is fill a form letting us know your favorite authors. We will place holds for up to 10 of your favorite authors. Click HERE to sign up online (via Survey Monkey) or click HERE to print out a paper copy and return to the library.
Notary Service Is Now Offered at the LibraryThe library now has a staff member who is a Public Notary. The service is free but PLEASE CALL AHEAD 973-543-4152 for availability. For more information on this service please click here.
Memorial, Honorarium and Other Gifts
If you’re looking for a gift for someone who seems to already have everything...
If you would like to do something other than send flowers when a friend dies...
If you would like to commemorate a special occasion in a special way, consider the Library’s Gift Program. Click here for more information
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