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June Adult Programming Wrap Up


June Adult Programming Wrap Up

We celebrated the start of summer this June with some really awesome adult programs! Here is a recap of what events took place this month. 


We started off the month with the motivational talk Master Your Inner Critic. We learned how to gain confidence in ourselves and overcome self-discoragment.  

We wrapped up our 3 part “Be Money Wise” series with Livingston’s M&T Bank with a lecture on Identity Theft and Protection. We also enjoyed a historical art lecture on A Window into Stained Glass, and the lecture Seduced by the Light: The Mina Miller Edison Story. 

Looking for fun day trips this summer? We also enjoyed the travel talk You Are Here: A NJ Travel Guide


Adults and children enjoyed a special Father’s Day Board Game Night in the Library’s program room. 

Adults also enjoyed our first Drop-in Adult Gaming event. Drop-in Adult Gaming takes  place on the second Monday of the month from 11am – 1pm. 

Book Clubs:

There is nothing we enjoy more than discussing books! This month we enjoyed our in-person Thrilling Tales book club, our virtual Let’s Talk About Books, Bookish Vibes book club and author visit with Micahel Laser, and Crime Time book clubs. 

Creative Arts: 

Those looking to get crafty enjoyed our drop-in Crafternoon crafting workshop. We also enjoyed a special Pride Month Friendship Bracelet craft. Creatives also enjoyed the first session in our Summer Threads cross-stitch workshop. 

Movies and Musical Entertainment:

Adults enjoyed an evening and an afternoon matinee showing of our Movie of the Month, Decision to Leave

Adults also enjoyed a special musical performance and lecture where John Arthur presented A Century of Folk and Singer-Songwriters 1920-2020.

Seniors enjoyed a special Senior Happening performance where Susie Susan Speidel & Joe Regan Present “Name That Tune.”

Special For Summer:

We celebrated the first day of summer and International Yoga Day with a special Summer Solstice Yoga workshop.  We also kicked-off the start of Adult Summer Reading. Adult Summer Reading runs from 6/27 – 8/4. Every adult item checked out earns you a raffle ticket to our weekly prize drawing! 

Adults are also invited to participate in our Community Journal Project. Stop by the reference desk from 6/27 – 8/4 to continue the story by writing a few sentences or a short paragraph in our community journal! 

Be sure to visit our events calendar to see all the wonderful events we have planned for July. 

See you soon!

-Jessica, Head of Adult Services & Acquisitions 

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