The Roxbury Public Library provides free access to historical records, censuses and family histories online from MyHeritage.com and Ancestry.com. This class will show you how to find your records so that you can begin to create your family history story. Roxbury Cardholders only Registration is required To register: Stop by the reference desk Call (973) 584-2400... More
Highlight your home’s strengths, downplay its weaknesses and appeal to the greatest possible pool of prospective buyers with home-staging tips from Robin Ryan, a home stager/redesigner from R&W Home Style. Join us as our presenter explains how to make your home more inviting and increase the value. Robin will discuss how to redesign your home by suggesting... More
A man of contradictions, Carnegie was raised in poverty yet became the wealthiest man in America. Was he a self-made man or a heartless opportunist? Vicious union strike breaker or workers’ rights advocate? Ruthless robber baron or world famous philanthropist? Learn more from our presenter, Dan Rose, when he discusses this legendary, controversial figure and... More
Join us for an introductory class on Facebook! Participants will learn some of the basics of the social media site, as well as some of the lesser known features. Roxbury Cardholders only, registration is required. To register: Stop by the Reference Desk Call (973) 584-2400 ext. 501 E-mail Comments@roxburylibrary.org read more ...
ShopRite of Succasunna dietitian Kate-Lyn Snare, RD, and Lydia Lelah, dietitian from ShopRite of Flanders, will show us how to identify the good, the bad and the “not good for anyone” ingredients in products for all of us, especially those with health conditions such as diabetes and heart disease, helping us toward a healthier life-style. A virtual store... More
Everyone has kitchen scraps, clippings from house and garden plants, leaves and brush available for recycling from our homes and gardens. Why not take some time and a little effort to turn these resources into compost? Gardeners call compost “black gold”. By adding just a half inch layer of compost to your soil is a perfect way to grow better flowers... More