Library News & Announcements
RAVE ON! – a band that features the music of Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, and other legends of early rock-n-roll. This is the music that paved the way for rock-n-roll and influenced The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and countless other artists. Join us on Thursday, June 1 at 7:00 PM as we celebrate our 2017 Adult Summer Reading Program “Build a Better World” with a musical performance from this popular group. For more information about this … Continue reading
“Build a Better World” is the theme of the Roxbury Public Library’s 2017 Adult Summer Reading Program. All participants are encouraged to enter our weekly drawings for gift cards. The first 75 participants to register will receive a gift. Registration begins on June 1, 2017 and our first drawing will be on June 5, 2017. The program will run for ten weeks, with weekly Monday drawings through August 7. Registration is required to participate. To register, stop by the Reference … Continue reading
Learn about history-making shipwrecks from Colonial times to the present off the coast of New Jersey. Registration requested. To register: stop by the reference desk, call (973) 584-2400 ext. 501 or e-mail Comments@roxburylibrary.org.
Even the most loving and devoted caregiver needs respite time. Visiting Nurse Association of Northern NJ (VNA) is pleased to offer an array of grant funded caregiver support programs, some of which are free of charge, that are designed to assist caregivers more effectively care for their loved ones and themselves. Learn about caregiver tips, including how to manage stress that’s often associated with caregiving and County and State grant funded programs such as the In-Home Caregiver Education and Support … Continue reading
Many of the highly acclaimed restaurants of New Jersey and adjacent states had their origins in buildings that were constructed as early as the late 1600s. Whether starting life as a stagecoach stop, railroad station, tavern, barn, farmhouse or mansion, they have all been adapted to 21st century standards. Join as our speaker Phil Jaeger, takes you on a journey back to past centuries to discuss the way these buildings appeared and functioned then, as contrasted with today. Registration is requested. Call the library at … Continue reading