Author Book Talk--Tommy Reynolds

Wednesday, Oct 23 at 6:30PM

In Miller Rounding Third, debut author Tommy Reynolds traces the twined paths of baseball and the United States through a multi-generational family saga. The Miller clan exudes hustle and grit, staring down challenges and swinging for the fences to rise from obscurity to unimagined heights of fame, wealth, and respect. Yet, for one young Miller scion, taking anything for granted can lead to a fall from grace and change his fortunes forever. As the Millers round third and head for home, a vista of endless possibility stretches out before them: there are no limits to the number of innings played, but it's how you play the game that determines the outcome.   Click HERE to register or call the library

Elder Law Estate Planning

Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 6:30PM

Laura Berkin from Milvidskiy Law Firm LLC will be here to discuss interesting topic.  This seminar will cover FAQ about Wills & Probate, Health Care Proxy, Long Term Care Planning and other topics. Click HERE to register online or contact the library.  

Retirement: Making Your Money Last

Friday, Nov. 15 at 1PM

Gerard Raho from Edward Jones in Mendham will discuss topics such as considerations and trade-offs when deciding how much or your investment portfolio to access as well as how to deal with expected and unexpected expenses.  In addition, he will discuss the need to define retirement goals and how to determine savings needed to reach those goals. Click HERE to register online or contact the library.

Decorating 101

Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 6:30PM

Decorating can be intimidating and overwhelming.  Join Mendham Borough resident Jessica Reilly of Jessica Reilly Interior Design as she educates us about the design world and offers strategies to use in your own decorating projects.  Click HERE to register or contact the library.

Is a Gap Year for You?

Thursday, Nov. 21 at 6:30PM

Katherine Stievater, a Gap Year advisor and Founder of Gap Year Solutions will explain why Gap Years are growing in popularity and how any student can benefit from a Gap Year.  Ms. Stievater will explain the planning process, including how it relates to college planning.    For teens and parents. Click HERE to register online or contact the library

Social Bridge

Wednesdays @ 10am

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

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. See you on  September  27, 2019 at 10AM when we will be discussing Pachino by Min Jin Lee. October 25     The Story Hour by Thrity Umrigar November 22    Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris December 13     where the Crawdads Sings by Delia Owens  

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.

Device Advice

Wednesdays @ 1 - 3pm

Need some help using your iPad, iPhone, kindle, laptop or other digital device? Drop in with your device and get some pointers on its use.

Canasta Group

Thursdays @ 10am

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

Adult Yoga

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:15 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.

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.