- WEEKDAYS10am – 5pm
- SATURDAY10am – 1pm
- SUNDAY12pm – 3pm
Talks on Aging and Aging Well
First and Third Thursday of the month, 10:30 a.m. – 12 noon
Last year’s luncheon workshops for seniors were such a huge success that we simply had to continue the series. Once again, experts in their field will lead the discussion.
November 6: Celestial Conversations with Loanne Mayer. Loanne is the author of Celestial Conversations: Healing Relationships after Death. Speaking from personal experience, she discusses the process of forgiving after a loved one has passed.
November 20: Get Your Face on Facebook with Lara Rouillard. An expert on all things related to social media, Lara gives an entertaining and interactive introduction to getting started on Facebook. Don’t miss this great opportunity to impress the grandkids!
For a complete schedule of Gray Power luncheon events, please pick up a brochure at the Library.
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December 4: Long Term Care Insurance 101 with Mike FitzPatrick. In the constantly changing health care environment it is difficult to decide which kind of long term care insurance is best for you and your family. With a lifetime of experience in the field, Mike is uniquely qualified to offer valuable insights into how to make a solid insurance plan.
December 18: Scandinavian Holiday Traditions with Lotte Newlin. As you may know, your local librarian loves a good party — and nothing better than a traditional holiday feast. Come and enjoy music, stories, crafts and, of course, delicious Scandinavian treats!
Teens – Clean Up Your Closet Before You Go To The Mall!
Thursday, November 6, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Teens and their moms are cordially invited to join us for something completely different: An afternoon with Regina Onorati sharing tips and ideas for getting the monstrous closet mess under control before going shopping for your winter wardrobe.
Regina is the founder of a brand-new concierge service for teens. She specializes in coaching teens to become independent and motivated to manage their busy lives with finesse.
Refreshments will be served.
Community Blood Drive
Saturday, November 1, 2014
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Kemmer Library Harding Township
19 Blue Mill Road
New Vernon, NJ
Kemmerer Library is pleased to once again team with Turpin Realtors and the Atlantic Health System to hold a community blood drive. Every unit collected will help to provide teddy bears to children staying at the Morristown Medical Center’s Goryeb Children’s Hospital during the December holidays.
New Children’s Librarian
As we say a fond farewell to Jen Carlin, who has moved on to embrace new challenges, we extend a warm welcome to Joanne Butler, our new Children’s Librarian. With a master’s degree in library science and many years of experience as school librarian in the Warren school system, Joanne is an ideal fit for our community of young readers. Joanne will be at her desk Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 1-5 p.m.
Story Hour and Pre-School Lunch Bunch is taking a brief break through November 30 while we develop new, exciting programs for children.
Evenings at the Library
Social Media Marketing
Patty Rivas of SocialStorm Media
Wednesday, November 12, 5-7 p.m.
Patty Rivas, social media and marketing expert, will discuss how entrepreneurs and small business owners can use social media platforms to gain visibility and more customers.
Patty will share her expertise and experience in creating engaging content that will encourage your customers to do your marketing for you.
The event is free to the public. Registration requested, please.