Roseland Library Book Club, 4/23

One family, two mysterious disappearances decades apart. Join us as we take a close look at this dark and suspenseful novel about family secrets and how far we go to protect loved ones. Meeting begins at 7 pm on Wednesday, April 23. Call 973-226-8636 to sign up.

Knitting & Crochet Club, 4/21

The Roseland Library Knitting & Crochet Club will meet on Monday, April 14, at 7 pm. New members welcome!

Ongoing: Drop-in Tech Mondays

Have questions about your iPad, laptop, tablet, or other tech gadget? Stop by Mondays anytime between 6 and 9 pm and get some insights and help. No pre-registration necessary.

Ukranian Egg Decorating Workshop, 4/13

Spring T'ai Chi Chih beginning 4/15

WEEKLY SESSIONS STARTING TUESDAY, APRIL 15: Learn T’ai Chi Chih, a series of slow and gentle movements based on wellness principles form the Far East, with instructor Lee Bergman. These movements are designed to circulate and balance the Chi, or energy, within, and provide a wealth of health benefits.

FREE MUSEUM PASSES!

Reminder: Roseland families can borrow free passes to the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, the Montclair Art  Museum, and now....THE NEW YORK CITY POLICE MUSEUM! For more information, contact Terry Gamba, administrative assistant, at  (973) 226-8636.

Notice to Our Donors

Back Issue of Roseland Penny Press Available to View!

The Roseland Library has hard copies of old issues of the Roseland Penny Press from the 1980s! Stop by the circulation desk for more information! These periodicals are part of our Roseland history archiving project...if you have any interesting old photos of artifacts, we are still accepting donations!

New Breast Cancer Books Available

Just in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month....and always -- thanks to a $200 grant from Bristol Myers-Squibb, the library has acquired 10 new breast cancer books for patrons to check out:

Currently on Exhibit: Ellis Island/Immigration-themed Art

What happens when famed illustrator William Low teaches an art class at New Jersey City University and takes his students to Ellis Island to photograph reference shots for creating artwork? The result is a variety of digital art, oil and guache paintings, and works in other media that capture the spirit of Ellis Island and immigration to America.Come check them out while they're still up!

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