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This Week at the Library: What’s Happening 10/22 – 10/28

Adult Chess (Open Play) – Monday, 10/22 at 6pm.

Studies show that playing chess can hone strategic planning, spatial analysis, and non-verbal reasoning skills. The royal game is also a fun pastime and a great way to get out of the house and meet some new people. So, what are you waiting for? We provide the chess boards, all you need is a desire to play.

This drop-in adult chess group is open to beginner through advanced level players, and registration is not required.

How We See Ourselves in What We Read – Tuesday, 10/23 at 7pm.

The New Jersey Council for the Humanities, in conjunction with Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, District 12, is hosting a special Public Scholars Project program, How We See Ourselves in What We Read.
This program, which examines the role reading plays in the development of critical thinking skills and empathy, will be facilitated by Dr. Laura Nicosia, Associate Professor at Montclair State University. Participants will take part in a guided discussion and will explore aspects of social justice and representation through a look at a variety of carefully chosen texts. Please register here!

Legend of the Jersey Devil – Wednesday, 10/24 at 7pm.

In 1735, Mother Leeds was about to deliver her thirteenth child.  Feeling tired and weary of the burden, she cursed the unborn child.  According to folklore, she gave birth to the devil’s child at their home in the Pine Barrens.  Today, the tale of Jersey Devil is often discussed as just that – a tale.  However, during the time of the fabled Jersey Devil’s reign of terror, South Jersey residents were truly frightened.  How the accounts were reported and the folklore that developed will be discussed during this session by Professor Angus Gillespie, Professor of American Studies and Urban Studies at Rutgers University. Please register here!

Zumba Gold Chair – Friday, 10/26 at 2:30pm.

Zumba incorporates easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on range of motion and coordination. Zumba Gold Chair is a perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves at a lower intensity. Come ready to sweat, and prepare to leave empowered and feeling strong. Please register here!

Crochet, Anyone? Sunday, 10/28 at 1:30pm.

Join craft enthusiasts for crocheting (or knitting) and conversation. Novices and experts welcome. Though formal instruction is not provided at this gathering, there will be plenty of encouragement! (This provides time and space to work on holiday projects others in the household shouldn’t see…just yet.) Please bring your own materials. No registration needed!

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