So that Library staff and volunteers may enjoy their time with loved ones and friends, the Library will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 26th and 27th. We will be open Saturday, November 28th, 10-2.
New! Morning Book Group
If you are not a night person, you might like to join us for our new morning book group. Please check our website for reading lists and learn more about the club. Bring a mug: we provide coffee, tea and cookies!
This month’s selection is Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter. The novel is a sophisticated and chilling psychological thriller of dangerous secrets, cold vengeance, and unexpected absolution, in which two estranged sisters must come together to find truth about two harrowing tragedies, twenty years apart, that devastate their lives.
The title selected for the February (date TBD) meeting is The Canterbury Sisters by Kim Wright. a warm and touching novel about a woman who embarks on a pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral after losing her mother, sharing life lessons—in the best Chaucer tradition—with eight other women along the way. – See more at:
The History of the Ford Mansion
Jude Pfister, author, and Chief of Cultural Resources at Morristown National Park, will give a lecture on the Ford Mansion, also known as Washington’s Headquarters. Refreshments will be served. Registration requested, please.
Social Media and Cyber Safety
Understanding Social Media
Social media and technology expert, Lara Rouillard, will discuss popular social media platforms and offer tips on keeping your family’s personal information safe and private on the internet.
With a background in education and years of experience with social media, Lara is uniquely qualified to guide families through today’s bewildering digital universe.
Refreshments will be served. Registration required, please.
Snow Globes and Holiday Cards
Create your own snow globe and design pretty holiday cards for friends and family. Ages 5 and up. Registration requested, please.
A Visit with the Lizard Gal
If you find yourself a little bored during winter break, why not stop by the Library for an hour with cool reptiles up close and personal. Ages 5 and up. Registration requested, please.
The Spirit of the Horse: Art Show
Through November 30, 2015
This fall, the Library will be celebrating horses in all their glory – Harding Township is, after all, horse country! We kick off with the opening of a great show featuring works by artists, Lin Salerno (acrylics) and Sandra Graham (photography), whose works reflect a deep passion and respect for horses.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the artworks will be donated to the Library.
Please Support Your Library
Kemmerer Library depends on the generosity of Harding residents for 85% of its operating budget. Your charitable donations help us offer great programming, excellent collections, free WIFI and public computers, meeting spaces for local groups, and much, much more!
All of these services are completely free of charge, as is your library card.
We hope you will consider the Library in your charitable giving!
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