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Attention Cloud Library Users
The Cloud Library is changing to allow it to better integrate with the MAIN catalog.  Users who currently log in to MAIN as their library will no longer be able to do so after 12/31/18.  All Cloud users must use their local library to log in (Kemmerer Library Harding Township). This document details how to make this change: switchingtolocallibrarycloud
Health Literacy Tote Bags
The Library is pleased to introduce Health Literacy Tote Bags.  A source of accurate health information vetted by Atlantic Health Systems experts.  Each Tote Bag contains books, DVDs, pamphlets, and other materials on a particular health topic. Patrons can borrow the tote bag for 21 days to read the materials. Some materials are to be returned to the library, while others can be kept for future reference. Funded by Atlantic Health Systems Hospital.
Blood Pressure Clinic
Stop by the Library and have Kathy Basile, Morris County Office of Health Management Public Health Nurse, check your blood pressure. No need to register in advance.
eLibrary Tutorial
Did you know that our patrons have access to more than 9,000 eBook titles between two different eBook apps and preloaded Kindles?
If you want to learn how to access our e-Library or need help in downloading titles, join us for hands-on instruction.
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To complete a download during the class, please bring the following:
  • 1. your Library card and password (typically the last 4 digits of your phone number),
  • 2. your log-in credentials for your device’s app store. (e.g., Apple App Store, Galaxy App Store, Google Play) to enable you to download the Libby and Cloud eBook apps to your device,
  • 3. your Amazon account user name and password, if you are using a Kindle.
Family Carol Singing
Celebrate the holidays with the Library at our Family Holiday Singalong. With Bettina Bierly on piano, festive refreshments and a book giveaway, there will be plenty of holiday cheer for all ages. Drop in and join us!
Christmas Tree Pick-Up
Support the Library by scheduling disposal of your Christmas tree after the holidays. Payment of $25 (per tree) is due by Thursday, January 3. All trees must be completely free of decorations and lights and must be placed in an accessible position to ensure pick-up!
Sign up at the Library with payment by cash or check (payable to ‘The Friends of Kemmerer Library’), or using the PayPal cart below (note: you must include address of tree pick-up location.)
Tree Pick-up – $25
Keep Those Neurons Alive: Mental Gymnastics
Presented by Beverly Levine, MSW, LCSW
Learn how to help your brain remember with simple memory exercises, games, and relaxation. Beverly Levine has been in practice for over 40 years, treating life issues such as: anxiety, depression, grief, and aging.
Whiskey Tasting
Friends of the Library Fundraiser
Chase away the winter blues with an evening of merriment at the Library, in front of our warming fire, with whiskeys from Scotland, Ireland, America, and Japan. Light refreshments and wine will also be available.
Advanced tickets can be purchased for $50 at the library or below ($60 at the door)
Whiskey Tasting – $50
The Beatles: 50 Years Later
Presented by Barry Wiesenfeld
Were The Beatles just four “Mop Tops” – or a great deal more? What made them such a strong force that their music is still popular and vibrant now, more than 50 years later? In this presentation, we’ll explore the phenomenon that was The Beatles – their originality, evolution, ultimate sophistication, innovations, lyric depth, and much more.
Barry Wiesenfeld is an internationally respected and award-winning freelance musician, a published author, and is on the music faculty of SUNY and Ramapo College.
The Library Needs You!
The Library is looking for volunteers to help on various projects and/or to staff the circulation desk. Projects can be performed on your own time at home or in the Library. Please call the Library or send an e-mail to desk@hardinglibrary.org with your interests and specific skills. Volunteer opportunities include:
Programming – join our committee to brainstorm ideas and to bring great programs and speakers to the Library; manage one of our speaker events; teach a class or offer a program.
Marketing – if you are skilled at Publisher and/or graphic design, we need you! Event brochures, promo materials, press releases on a specific event or project, or as a general resource for a few hours each month.
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Web Design – we are considering a re-design of the Library’s website and would welcome technical input and expertise.
Curation of Collection – join a group of patrons who recommend new books, audiobooks and e-books to add to our collection on a monthly basis. This can be via email, if you like, or as a group with others on the committee.
Friends of the Library – join the Friends’ event committees to support Art in Bloom and other Friends’ fundraisers through the year.