New from Friends of RW Library
Free NYC Museum Passes @ Ref Desk Click for brochure or call x130
Upcoming Tech Classes New! Windows 8.1 NEW DATE TBA Fri, Mar 6, 11am: Android 101 Sat, Mar 7, 9:30am: Digital Photo, click here to register for Part 1 & Part 2 Click here for bi-monthly brochure
Dani's Book Group New date TBA City of Thieves by David Benioff
Eternal Spring New date: Tues., April 7, 6:30pm
Dr. Michael Norris showcases art and plantings of the Cloisters and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Focus on Photography Saturday, March 7 with professional photographer Andres Valenzuela 9:30-10:30am DSLR Features & Functions 10:30am-12:00 Train your eye to take better photos, whatever camera you use. Ages 10 to Adults welcome. Register for either, or both sessions, here. Details here. RW residents free; $5 others.
Organic Farming and
Backyard Gardening Monday, March 9, 7pm
Bracco Farms presents information on safe seeds, fertilizer, composting, more.
Teen Cooks Unite (grades 6-12) Monday, March 9, 7pm Prepare a recipe from this month's cookbook (available at the Circulation Desk) and bring your creation to our meeting.
Register here. Call Teen Services (201-670-5600 ext. 110) with any questions.
RW Library Valley Wellness:
Brain Foods for Brain Health Tuesday, March 10, 7pm
Learn to make food choices for your body's needs.
To register: 1-800-825-5391 or www.valleyhealth.com/events.
Unbroken: The Real
Louis Zamperini Wednesday, March 11, 6:30pm
Documentary and lecture on the Olympic runner who survived a POW camp after his
B-52 crashed. Speaker: Rick Feingold
Book Circle w/ Lorri Steinbacher Wednesday, March 11, 7pm
Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline
Local History Lecture Elizabeth Hawes: Fashion & Feminism
Saturday, March 14, 2pm All welcome. Auditorium.
A Visit with Alice Roosevelt Monday, March 16, 6:30pm
Independent daughter of President Teddy Roosevelt was adored by the public.
An historic reenactment by Kim Hanley.
Chinese Mahjong Instruction Tuesday, March 17, 10am
Registration required. Please contact Jin at 201-670-5600, ext. 125 or email@example.com.
Enchanting Ireland Tuesday, March 17, 6:30pm
Slide-lecture and music portray Ireland's beauty. Speaker: Dr. Jim Kane
Friends of the Library Monthly Meeting All Welcome - refreshments
Wednesday, March 18, 9am, auditorium.
To support or join FRIENDS, please click here.
Great Decisions Discussion Group Privacy in the Digital Age
Thursday, March 26, 12:30pm Hosted by Ed Houlihan
Registration & Readings required -
please call 201-670-5600 x 132
Women & Finance:
Topic TBA Thursday,March 26, 7pm
RW resident and UBS VP Kathy Entwistle with guest speaker Irina Shea, estate planning attorney. All welcome.
Library Board of Trustees Monthly Meeting Thursday, March 26, 7:30pm
Open to public. 3rd level conference room.
World Cinema: Ida Wednesday, April 1, 7pm (Poland; in Polish; 2013;82 min; Drama)Young novitiate in 1960s Poland, one verge of her vows, discovers dark family secret from Nazi occupation.
Teen Minecraft (gr. 6-12) First Tuesday of the month 4-5pm
April 7 & May 5 Each meeting is an open sandbox where we decide how we want to play together. PvP, creative construction, and more! Register here for the March meeting.
Math & Homework Help
for RW Gr. 3-9
Auditorium. Tues & Thurs
Click here for details
The Friends of the Library
26th Annual Author Luncheon
SOLD OUT! March 11, 2015 featuring Christina
Baker Kline ORPHAN TRAIN
If you would like to place your name on a waitlist, please leave a voice message at:
201-670-5600, ext 180.