Adult Program Series

Adult Program Series
Rethink Aging

Free Seminar series presented by Ann Wheeler of Wayne Body & Brain Yoga & Tai Chi, based upon the book: "I've decide to Live 120 Years; The Ancient Seret to Longevity, Vitality and Life Transformation

Tuesdays from 7:00 - 8:00 P.M. Main Library Meeting Room A

Meeting dates are as follows:

June 12, 2018,
July 10, 2018
August 14, 2018
October 9, 2018
December 11, 2018

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Author Book Talk and Signing

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 - 7:00pm - 8:00 pm

Welcome author Mel Greenberg who will talk about her debut novel: "Running With Our Eyes Closed"

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A Mouse Divided: How Ub Iwerks Became Forgotten, and Walt Disney Became Uncle Walt - A Family Program

Author Talk and Book Signing

Monday, October 1, 2018 - 7:00 - 8:00 PM


Almost everthing you know about Mickey Mouse is wrong: he wasn't Disney's first star; Steamboat Willie wasn't his first movie; Mickey wasn't a nice guy --Walt Disney didn't invent him.....

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Imagine the Possibilities If ---Bullying Stops Today! - A Family Program

Sunday October 28, 2018

Parents with children are encouraged to attend!

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"The High Mountain Meadow Poetry Series" 

Sunday, November 11, 2018, 2-4 PM

Two poets are typically featured at each event, followed by an Open Mic. The hosts are Paul Nash & Denise La Neve, representing the North Jersey Literary Community and the Poets of the Palisades.

The featured (and well-regarded) poets for the November reading are Therése Halscheid and Priscilla Orr, and their bios are as follows:

Therése Halscheid’s most recent poetry collection is Frozen Latitudes (Press 53), which received the Eric Hoffer Book Award: Honorable Mention for Poetry, as well as two Eric Hoffer finalist awards: the daVinci Award for book design; and the Montaigne Award for thought-provoking books. Her previous collections include Uncommon Geography, Without Home, and Powertalk. Her poetry and essays have appeared in such magazines as The Gettysburg Review, Tampa Review, Sou’wester, and Natural Bridge. She is an itinerant writer by way of house-sitting, and she has taught in unusual locales such as an Eskimo village in northern Alaska, and the Ural Mountains of Russia.


Priscilla Orr is the author of two poetry collections: Losing the Horizon and Jugglers & Tides (both from Hannacroix Creek Books). Her poems have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize on three occasions, and have been published in Southern Poetry Review, Nimrod, BOAAT, Worcester Review, Tiferet, and other journals. She has been awarded a fellowship from The New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a Residency from Yaddo, and is a Geraldine R. Dodge poet. Priscilla is the founding director of the Betty June Silconas Poetry Center, as well as founding editor of The Stillwater Review. She teaches English at Sussex County Community College.