Monthly Archives: March 2018


Staff Review: A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline 2

  Christina Baker Kline’s A Piece of the World is an easy book to review. As the selection for our March Second Saturday Book Club, it generated a great deal of discussion from those in attendance. There was much to discuss; the tormented protagonist, the simultaneously stark and beautiful tone of the […]


Irish-American Heritage Month: Live Music and Book Recommendations

March is Irish-American Heritage month, and here at the library we’re celebrating the achievements, literary contributions, and music of Irish-American immigrants and their descendants. Library Event: Live Irish Music Concert: Charlie Zahm and Tad Marks. Sunday, 3/25 @ 2pm. Main Branch. Charlie Zahm is one of the most popular soloists […]


Recap: NJ Makers Day 2018 2

This past Saturday (3/10/18), both of our branches participated in the 4th annual NJ Makers Day. For those of you out there who attended, we’d like to sincerely thank you for coming! We hope you had as much fun as we did. Over the course of the day, we had […]


Your African-American Roots

Tuesday, 3/13 @ 7pm Local genealogist Gene Armstead, Jr., will review the nature of Genealogy research, specifically for individuals of African-American descent. He will address key elements of Genealogy study and propose ways to begin an investigation into your family’s roots. Additionally, there will be tips for navigating road blocks […]