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Free NYC Museum Passes @ Ref Desk Click for brochure or call x130
Upcoming Tech Classes Sat., Oct 25, 10am: Drop-in Tech Lab Sat, Oct 25, 2:30pm: 3D Design 101 Mon, Oct 28, 10am: Drop-in Tech Lab Mon, Oct 28, 1pm: Excel Beginner Pt2 Mon., Oct 28, 7pm: Word
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FREE MATH & HOMEWORK HELP Auditorium. Tuesdays and Thursdays when Ridgewood schools are in session. Assistance provided by high school Honors/AP student volunteers.Open to all Ridgewood residents in Grades 3-9. Click here for details.
Reel Voices Film Festival Film: "Point and Shoot" Speaker: Matthew VanDyke Friday, October 24, 7:30pm (2014; 83 mins, NR) Matthew VanDyke sets out to find adventure & purpose, a journey that leads to the the Libyan Revolution. Registration & info:Festival page
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Sunday Concert @ 2pm October 26 Katy Wong (click here to sample her music) RHS senior has returned from 2014 World harp Congress to perform exquisite harp & piano music. Donation greatly appreciated.
FRANKENTOYS! Wednesday, October 29, 4pm Combine broken and discarded toys to create something funny, creepy, ugly, scary, or just plain weird. Grades 6-12. Register here.
RW Library Valley Hospital "Weighing In" on Diabetes
Thursday, October 30: 7pm Speakers: Jack Tohme, M.D., subspecialty director, endocrinology and
Leslie Schifrien, M.S., R.D., CDE.
1-800-825-5391 or www.valleyhealth.com/events.
Friday Matinee @ 1pm October 31 The Grand Budapest Hotel
(2014; R; 100 min) Fastidious concierge (Ralph Fiennes) gets accused of murder.
TRU*6 (Teen Readers Unite, Gr. 6) Monday, November 3 @ 7pm Counting by 7s by Holly Greenberg Sloan.
Play games, eat snacks, and chat about this soon-to-be-a-major-movie book! Copies available at the circulation desk.
Chinese Mahjong for Beginners Tuesday, November 4, 7pm Instructional sessions; registration required. Please contact Jin Lee at 201-670-5600x125 or email@example.com. Drop-in sessions: 11/11. Practice your skills. No registration required.
World Cinema w/ Nancy Greene Wednesday, November 5, 7pm The Women on the 6th Floor (France; 2010; 102 min) Spanish maids turn Parisian couple's lives upside down.
Alternative Knitting for Teens (gr. 6-12)
November 6 @ 2-4pm Want to learn how to knit but don't know where to start? Give alternative knitting a try! Learn the basics of finger knitting, loom knitting, and arm knitting. Participants must provide their own yarn. Register here.
Minecraft for Teens (grades 6-12) First Thursday of the month
November 6 & December 4 @ 4-5pm This session will be open sandbox so we will decide as a group how we want to play. Space is limited. Register here.
Women & Finance:
Alternative Investment Thursday, Nov 6, 7-8:30pm Align your investments with your values. Led by RW resident and UBS VP Kathy Entwistle.
Reel Voices Film Festival Film: "Muscle Shoals" Intro by Corny O'Connell, WFUV Friday, November 7, 7:30pm (2013; 111 mins, PG)Story behind the studio that produced Aretha Franklin, the Stones, Etta James and many others. Cafe & WFUV member table open at 6:45pm. Registration & info:Festival page Like us on Facebook.
Veterans Day Program It's Character That Counts
Saturday, November 8 @ 11am Veteran/author Paul Grassey remembers fellow Ridgewood and Glen Rock friends who served in WWII.
Light refreshments. All welcome.
Multimedia Lectures Tuesday, November 11, 6:30pm Thanksgiving: The True Story
with author Penny Colman Light refreshments. All welcome.
Friends of the Library Monthly Meeting All Welcome - refreshments
Wednesday, Nov. 12, 9am Library Auditorium
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Book Circle w/ Lorri Steinbacher Wednesday, November 12, 7pm The Boys in the Boat
by Daniel James Brown
Reel Voices Film Festival Film: "Silenced" Speaker: James Spione, Director Friday, November 14, 7:30pm (2014; 103 mins, NR) Three whistle blowers fight to reveal darkest corners of America's war on terror. Cafe open at 6:45pm. Registration & info:Festival page
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The CookBook Club Wednesday, November 19, 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.
Great Decisions Discussion Thursday, November 20, 12:30-2pm China's Foreign Policyclick here for resources.
Hosted by Ed Houlihan
Pre-registration required. Please email:
Teen Short Story Club (Gr. 9-12) Third Thursday of the month
Nov. 20, Dec. 18, 7pm Read and discuss some great literary shorts. Reading material and refreshments provided! Register here.
Library Board of Trustees Monthly Meeting Thursday, November 20, 7:30pm
3rd floor, conference room. Open to public.