Library News & Announcements
Olde Suckasunny Day Application Please submit your application by August 8, 2018. Your application will be confirmed within 2 weeks. If you do not receive confirmation by August 25th, please call your requested booth location.
The Friends of the Roxbury Township Public Library will be sponsoring a fall book sale from September 6 – September 9, 2018. Donations of hardcover, paperback, and textbooks in good condition, DVDs, CDs, audiobooks are being accepted at the library from August 21 – August 29 Magazines, Reader’s Digest condensed books, or encyclopedias will not be accepted. Tax receipts are available. The Friends are looking for volunteers to help set up the room, sort books and help pack up books for donation the last day of the sale. If you … Continue reading
Why pay the high price of grocery store culinary herbs when you can easily grow them yourself? Learn how to grow a multitude of different herbs both perennial and annual either from seeds or plants as Rutgers Master Gardener Anna Hackman will show different methods of preserving your herbs so that you can continue to enjoy them throughout the winter. The proper way to winterize your herbs in your garden as well as those that can be grown indoors will … Continue reading
An Investment in Knowledge Pays the Best Interest – Avoiding Investment Scams – Thursday, September 27 at 1:30 PM
“An Investment in Knowledge Pays the Best Interest,” presented by the NJ Bureau of Securities, will help you as you navigate the maze that is investing. This presentation will provide information on the work of the state securities regulator, the Bureau, discuss the red flags of investment fraud and ways that investors can protect themselves from becoming fraud victims. Arlene Ferris-Waks, Director of Investor Outreach with the New Jersey Bureau of Securities and recipient of the NJ Attorney General’s award … Continue reading
Join us for this special program about the U.S. Constitution – how it was drafted, adopted and continually evolves as the vibrant cornerstone of our great democracy. Popular speaker Nolan Asch, an historian and a Hamilton scholar, will explore the history behind the U.S. Constitution. Registration Info: Registration is requested. Call the library at 973-584-2400 ext. 501 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register.