Russian Film Series
Please join us for the third and final film in the series,Window to Paris, a bizarre, comic parable of an ex-teacher’s fantastic adventure from Saint Petersburg to Paris, during perestroika in the 1990s. (1993, PG-13) Films will be shown in their original Russian, with English subtitles. Doors will open at 6:30 pm. Refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft and Fraud
Morris County Detective Leah Atterbury will speak about what exactly constitutes identity theft, how people can protect themselves from becoming victims and what fraud trends and scams are currently being employed. Read more...
1964: The Year that Changed the World and the Movies
We are celebrating the Golden Anniversary of four great films from 1964. Tonight's film, the first in the series, is Goldfinger starring Sean Connery. Read more...
Downton Abbey Support Group: Propaganda and WWI
Season two of Downton Abbey had some of its major characters and plot lines tied into the Great War that lasted from 1914-1919. Join the Library’s Downton Abbey Support Group as we host Professor George Robb from William Paterson University, who will examine propaganda in World War I. Read more...