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Friends of RW Library bought us ZINIO - download 130 magazines. Click For List; Click here to start


New from Friends of RW Library
Free NYC Museum Passes @ Ref Desk
Click for brochure or call x130


Upcoming Tech Classes
Tue, Sept 16, 10am: Drop-in Tech Lab
Tue, Sept 16, 1pm: iPhoto
Wed, Sept 17, 10am: eBook Lab
Wed, Sept 17, 11am: Word

To see all Tech Classes, click here


ESL: English in Action
Culture, Conversation & Idioms
Click here for flyer. Please contact Eileen
at 201-670-5600 x 130 for any question.


RW Library Valley Hospital Wellness
Feeling the Burn?
Tuesday, September 16, 7-8:30pm
Frequent heartburn and chronic reflux can lead to esophageal disease. Speaker: Mark Shapiro, M.D., thoracic surgeon. To register: 1-800-825-5391 www.valleyhealth.com/events.


Chinese Mahjong for Beginners
Tuesday, September 16, 7-8:30pm
Instructional sessions: 9/16, 10/7, 11/4.
Registration required. Please contact Jin Lee at 201-670-5600x125 or jlee@ridgewoodlibrary.org.
Drop-in sessions: 9/23, 10/14, 11/11. Practice your skills. No registration required.


After-school Movie - for teens only!
The Fault in Our Stars
Tuesday, September 16, 4pm

(2014; PG-13; 126 minutes)
No registration required.


Teen I Spy @ the RPL - Gr. 6-12
Wednesday, September 17, 4pm
Show off your superior detective skills (or learn something new)! Refreshments and prizes.
click here to register


Library Board of Trustees Monthly Meeting
Thursday, September 18, 7:30pm
3rd floor, conference room. Open to public.


Women & Finance:
Investing with Impact
Thursday, Sept 18, 7-8:30pm
Align your investments with your values. Led by RW resident and UBS VP Kathy Entwistle.


Reader's Choice w/ Dr. Ginny Hyman
Friday, September 19, 1pm
Sentimental Education

by Gustave Flaubert


Friday Matinee @ 1pm
September 19
Heaven Is For Real

(2014; PG; 99min)
Greg Kinnear as Nebraska pastor who believes his son saw heaven during surgery.


Sunday Concert @ 2pm
Japanese Taiko Drum September 21
Live performance by local Biwanko Group.
All welcome. $3 suggested donation.


Heritage: The Birth of Ridgewood
1865-1876
Tues., Sept 23, 10:15am
Presented by Peggy Norris & Joe Suplicki. Slide show lecture with document, maps
and historical panoramic photos.

Free, All Welcome.


Multimedia Lectures 6:30-8:30pm
Sept 23: B-17 Flying Fortress

Speaker Rick Feingold describes WWII air campaign over Europe.

Free, All Welcome.


Celebrate Banned Books Week 9/21-27
The Comics Code & Best of the"Banned"
Tuesday, Sept. 23 @ 7-8 pm
Grades 9-Adult. Animation and comics enthusiast David Forte reviews the rise and fall of the Comics Code Seal of Approval (1954-2011) and some of the best teen-appropriate "banned" comics and graphic novels of recent years.
You might even win one!
Register here


The CookBook Club
Wednesday, September 24, 7pm
Make it...Sample it...Discuss it! Club will meet regularly once a month, please click here or contact Lisa at 201-670-5600 x 100 for details. Registration necessary.


Mango Languages Workshop
Thursday, September 25, 7pm
Free languages learning tool for Ridgewood Library Cradholders, hands-on account
setup assistance. Flyer; To register


Heritage: 20th Century Fashions
Thru the Decades 1900-1960
Sunday, Sept 28, 2pm
Sheila Brogan and Vicki Herbert of the Ridgewood Historical Society present the fashion revolution using clothes from the collections of the Schoolhouse Museum.
Free, All Welcome.


Multimedia Lectures 6:30-8:30pm
Sept 29: Rosie the Riveter

2 million women worked to maintain the US home front in WWII. Speaker: Penny Colman
Free, All Welcome.


Make Your COLLEGE ESSAY Stand Out From the Rest Tues, Sept. 30 @ 7-8pm
Grades 11-12. Get essential tips from Lisa Paterson, who holds advanced degrees from Teachers College, Columbia Univ., completed UCLA's Extension Program for college counseling, and is founder of the "Write This Way" studio in Ridgewood.
Register here.


RW Library Valley Hospital
Lunch Hour Screening & Panel

Tuesday, Sept. 30: 7pm

Light refreshments: 6:45 pm
Screen the documentary that explores the national school lunch program, childhood obesity and addiction to unhealthy foods. Discussion with Dr. Diana Volpert, Pediatric Gastroenterologist; Janet Brancato, Dietician/Nutrition & Wellness; and John Graziano, Exec. Chef, Valley Dining. Register here


World Cinema La Grande Bellezza Wednesday., Oct 1, 7-9:30pm
(Italy, 2013; NR; 142min
)
Past denizen of glittering Roman nightlife looks back at age 65. Free, All Welcome. Led by Nancy Greene


Dani's Book Group w/ Dani Berke
Thursday, October 2, 11am
Pre-Pub Book Reports


Friends of the Library Monthly Meeting
All Welcome - refreshments
Wednesday, Oct 8, 9am Library Auditorium
To support or join FRIENDS, please click here.


Book Circle w/ Lorri Steinbacher
Wednesday, October 8, 7pm
The Dinner
by Herman Koch

 

 

Library Café
Weekly Menu
Take-home Dinner!


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Library Events:
Sept-Oct-Nov '14
gift of Friends of the Ridgewood Library


Children's Fall Program Brochure


Teen Fall
Program Flyer


Festival page for details & registration. Flyer;
Wed, Oct 8: free preview Fridays: Oct. 10 & 24; Nov. 7 & 14. All screenings at 7:30pm. Visit us on FB.

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130+ Free Magazines

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Languages made Easy


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We thank
Women Gardeners
of RW

for lovely seasonal flowers.


Business & Careers

Career Support/Networking
Thursday nights 7 - 9 PM
Free: Eileen 201-670-5600 x132


Meeting? Special Event?
Elegant Room Rentals
Conferences, Piano Recitals
8-iMac Tech Center
Tower Room Weddings


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Business Services Room Rentals
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B&W Copies: $.15
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Computer Training


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