LIBRARY HOURS
TODAY
IN FOCUS
Oktoberfest
Library Fall Fundraiser
Imagine a crisp fall evening meeting up with friends and neighbors, enjoying beers and wursts. If this sounds like a good idea, plan to join the Friends of Kemmerer Library for this year’s first ever Harding Oktoberfest in support of your Library. Profits help fund the Library’s programs and operating costs. Supervision and activities for kids will be available in the multi-purpose room.
Rain date: Saturday, October 11

Free College Prep Workshops
Finding the Right College for You
Carolyn Mulligan of Insiders Network to College will lead this program on test taking options (SAT or ACT?) and strategies for finding the best college match. With years of experience and more than 350 colleges visited, Carolyn has successfully helped 100s of students successfully navigate the college search and application process. Visit Carolyn’s website at Insidersnetwork.org
Sign up for more of our free college prep workshops on the Teens pages.
Evenings at the Library Aviation
Michael O’Neal
New Jersey Pilots in World War I
This October, we are very fortunate to be able to display the paintings of aviation artist and historian, Michael O’Neal.
Combining aviation history and art, Michael specializes in portraying in-flight battle scenes from World War I. His extensive research of the subject ensures that each painting reflects a true-to-life interaction.
On October 15, don’t miss Michael’s fascinating lecture – with original memorabilia and pictures – on the role of our state’s pilots and their battles in World War I.
Create Your Own Storybook
With Illustrator Felix Sockwell
For Children Ages 7-12
October 5, 19; November 2, 16, 30; and January 4, 11.
Do you have a great idea for a storybook but don’t know where to start? Felix Sockwell, a well known illustrator and graphic artist, will show you how in a series of interactive, hands-on workshops at the end of which each participant will have his or her very own 36 page book to take home.
Registration ends on . Class limited to 10 students and is filling up fast.