Red Cross Blood Drive—Monday, October 28, 2 pm-7 pm
Be a Lifesaver and Donate Blood. Appointments preferred. Sign up at www.redcrossblood.org/ or call 1-800-Red-Cross.
Qigong & Chair Yoga—Friday, November 1 at 12 pm
Steve Guttman of Mind Body Dynamics will lead a Qi Gong and Chair Yoga class. No experience necessary! $5 fee payable at the door. Register here or call 973-584-2400.
Meet the Percussion & Drum Circle—Saturday, November 2 at 2 pm
All ages are welcome at this journey of percussion instruments through performance and participation by Dr. Kenneth Piascik and his Amusik studio. Register here or call 973-584-2400.
The World Changed, So Did Music—Monday, November 4 at 6:30 pm
Local conductor/educator Robert W. Butts, Ph.D. shares how concert and popular music was influenced by technological and political changes. Tune into a discussion about the sounds, aesthetics, and auras of each decade of the modern era. Register here or call 973-584-2400.
How to Download Library ebooks and audiobooks—Tuesday, November 5 at 11:30 am OR 6 pm
Library Director Radwa Ali will demystify how to check out eBooks and eAudiobooks, or stream movies and music on digital apps Hoopla and CloudLibrary. Register here or call 973-584-2400.
Woodstock at 50—Tuesday, November 12 at 6:30 pm
Historian and Woodstock attendee Nolan Asch looks back at the peace, love and music. Register here or call 973-584-2400.
Zumba with Kelley—Friday, November 15 at 10:15 am
Have a blast while dancing away the calories. No experience necessary. Register here or call 973-584-2400.
From Dino to Doo Wop: A Musical Journey Back to the 1950s— Wednesday, November 20 at 11 am
Joey G brings to life the decade that transformed music from Big Band to Pop to Rock N Roll. Register here or call 973-584-2400
A Christmas Carol: A Staged Radio Play—Saturday, November 23 at 1:30 PM
Join us for a staged radio drama of Dickens’ classic tale, which includes period costumes, Victorian carols, fog, vintage commercials, Golden Age radio equipment and extensive sound effects. This program caters to adults but is suitable for children ages 10 and older. Register here or call 973-584-2400.
Retirement: Making Your Money Last—Thursday, October 17 at 6:30 pm
Plan for the expected and prepare for the unexpected. Financial professionals Bill Clinton from Edward Jones and Shawn Conroy from PGIM Investments will explain how to set your retirement up for success, and how to position your portfolio for what you can predict and what you can’t. Register here or call 973-584-2400.