The Joy of Backyard Feeding

Wednesday, Jan. 16 @ 6:30PM

Attracting birds is a great way to bring nature up close and provides hours of enjoyment.  This program familiarizes participants in how to use bird feeders, food, water and shelter to best attract native birds.  It will also cover how to discourage nuisance animals and how to make your property bird friendly.  Lecture given by Pete Axelrod, education & Community Outreach Coordinator from Wild Birds Unlimited of Scotch Plains.  Click HERE to register online or contact the library.

Grand Central Terminals Railroads

Wednesday, Jan. 23 @ 6:30PM

New York City had two f the World's Great Railroad buildings.  One was destroyed.  What is Grand Central's connection to the demolished Penn Station?  Why is GCT a "Terminal"?  why are there acorns everywhere. incandescent light bulbs, and a slight depression in the floor of the Biltmore Room?  Is there a secret staircase? Can you dance and play tennis? Where are the stairs and the nine foot tall stature on 42nd and Park Ave?  Come join Michael Czuchnicki as he answers all these questions.  Click HERE to register online or contact the library.

Valentine Adult Coloring

Wed. Feb. 13 @ 6:00PM

Treat yourself to some free time to color, listen to music and enjoy a fun Valentine themed beverage.  The library will provide the coloring pages, pens, pencils and dessert.  Feel free to stop in anytime between 6PM-8PM.  Program is limited to adults 21+.  Click HERE to register or contact the library.

Morning Book Club

New Members Welcomed!

Come join our diverse and lively monthly Book Club. We usually meet the fourth Friday of each month (September - June), and read a great variety of books throughout the year. Participants take turns acting as the discussion leader. Please contact the library to sign up or for more information. Friday, Januar 25 at 10AM we will be discussing Girl with seven names by Hyeonseo Lee Friday, February 22 at 10AM we will be discussing To Kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee. Friday, March 22  at 10AM we will be discussing The Traitors Wife by Allison Pataki Friday, April 26 at 10AM we will be discussing The Mothers by Liz Preissler  

Knitting Advice

Every Friday drop in 10AM-12PM

Need some help with a knitting project?  Drop in and get some advice and help with our knitting advisor, Marge.

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 to 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 out a form letting us know who your favorite authors are. Click HERE to print out a paper copy, and return it to the library.

Canasta Group

Thursdays @ 10am

New members are always welcomed!  Contact library about meeting dates.

Adult Yoga

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:30 AM

Our 1 hour Yoga classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday at 8:15 AM. The monthly cost varies depending on how many classes are held each month. You can sign up for Tuesday and/or Thursday sessions. Drop-ins if room is available cost $8 per class.

Social Bridge

Wednesdays @ 10am

Our Bridge group of experienced players is welcoming other experienced players to join their weekly game.