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September Programming Wrap Up

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September Programming Wrap Up

We enjoyed a successful start to fall with some wonderful programs this September. Here is a recap of what programs our community members enjoyed this past month. 

Participants enjoyed our monthly Yoga Workshop in the Library’s program room, where they practiced yoga for all levels and abilities! 

Those looking to enjoy a film attended our Sunday Family Movie, and monthly Tuesday Night and Thursday Matinee movie screenings. 

We got techie this month with the technology workshop Answering Questions from Email to Google

Those looking to enjoy an afternoon of gaming joined us for our monthly Drop-in Gaming session. Participants also joined us for a lively Bingo Night

We hosted many lectures this month on a wide array of topics including: Andrew Carnegie: From Steel to the Building of Libraries, Bye, Bye, Belly Bloat, Literary Diamonds: Baseball in Fiction and Poetry, and Understanding Migraines.  

Those looking to get crafty enjoyed our instructor-led adult art workshop Discover the Art of Notan and our drop-in Crafternoon craft. 

We celebrated this month with a Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration and a Bridgerton Inspired Tea Party.  

Our Seniors enjoyed the premier of our Fall Senior Happenings with the New Jersey Symphony’s performance “Broadway Tunes.”  

We also enjoyed many book clubs this month including our Bookish Vibes book club and author visit with Ethan Joella, Let’s Talk About Books, Thrilling Tales, and Cookbook Club.

We can’t wait to see you at our events next month! Be sure to visit the Library’s event calendar to save the date for all of our wonderful October programs.

We hope to see you soon!

-Jessica, Head of Adult Services & Acquisitions  

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