Upcoming Events

decorative imageBaby Time (Birth - 15 Months)
Thursday July 28
9:30am - 10am
Program Room A

Rhymes, songs, fingerplays and a special book.
Stay for socializing.
No registration required. Just drop in!
Program begins at 9:30am. Doors open at 9:15am.

Meet on the story steps.
Siblings are welcome too.

Computer Science Programming & Workshop
Thursday July 28
10am - 12pm
Program Room B

Join us for a free, one-week Computer Science & Programming Workshop!
Taught by Ridge High School students proficient in computer science to beginners, the workshop will explore the fundamentals of Computer Science and Programming using Javascript, HTML and CSS.
This program is open to incoming 6th, 7th or 8th grade students. Students must be able to attend all session.Students will need to bring a personal laptop. We will have a very limited number to borrow. Please email kandriolo@bernards.org if you will need to borrow a laptop so we can make sure one is available before the program.

The Greatest: Sports Heroes A to Z - family fun
Thursday July 28
7pm - 8pm
Program Rooms

Live Theatre featuring Bright Star Touring Theatre Company.
This exciting, energetic production celebrates some of the greatest sports heroes of all time!
No registration required.
This event is sponsored by The Friends of the Bernards Township Library.

decorative imageGame On! - all ages
Friday July 29
1pm - 3pm
An open drop in event for all ages!
Board games, puzzles, Mad Libs, and more!
No registration required.

decorative imageMonday Movie Fun! 'Rio'
Monday August 1
2pm - 3:30pm
Today's feature is Rio
Rated G Running time 96 minutes
No registration required.

Junior Explorers - Ages 4-6
Monday August 1
4:15pm - 5pm
Stories and a related hands-on activity for ages 4 - 6 year olds
on a fun science topic with local naturalist Lori Garth.
Registration required.

decorative imageAlexander Hamilton
Monday August 1
7pm - 8pm
Hear an illuminating talk on Alexander Hamilton, whom many have described as a genius and our most underrated Founding Father. Hear about his contributions to the considerable number of institutions that still live on today. The presentation will follow Hamilton's life until his death in 1804.
Presenter: Nolan Asch is a member of the Summit Old Guard. He is an avid student of history since he was 6 years old. He is a graduate of Columbia University minoring in history. He currently is a member of the New Jersey American Revolution Round Table. He is one of seven National Hamilton Advocates designated by The Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society.


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