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Tuesday, October 25th
Brookside Community Club
Join us for a discussion of foreign affairs with renowned columnist and author, Gordon G. Chang.
The post-World War II international system built by Washington and once accepted by almost everyone in the U.S., has now become controversial. Moreover, for the first time in decades, America's security relationships with its treaty allies, friends, and partners have become issues in an American presidential campaign. Trade matters are now more divisive than ever.
What will American foreign policy and trade ties look like under the new president?
Tickets are available for $25.00 per adult and $10.00 per student through PayPal, or at the front desk in the library.
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New TumbleBooks - ebooks and digital read-along books for children!
TumbleBooks are animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading. TumbleBooks are created by taking existing picture books, adding animation, sound, music and narration to produce an electronic picture book which you can read, or have read to you. The TumbleBookLibrary Premium Collection has 1000 titles, including 300 TumbleBooks, 250 Chapter Books, 100 Non-Fiction books, 16 Graphic Novels and much more! Plus, there are hundreds of TumbleQuizzes and other resources.
You can access TumbleBooks through this website from home. All you need is your library card number.
Note: This is a streaming service ~ to avoid using data, connect to your WiFi. Click here for more information.
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Thursday, November 3rd
Brookside Community Club
Sign up to have a fun night out listening to Classic Rock, New Rock, Dance and Party Music by local band Catz N Dawgz. Heard often at The Black Horse Pub and other local venues, Catz N Dawgz is always a big hit. Songs include "Love The One You're With", "Desire", "Message in a Bottle", and many others your are sure to know and love. Band members include Todd Langdon--Guitar and Vocals, Katlyn Lucio--Lead Vocals, Kevin Kingree--Lead Vocals and Guitar, Chris Jackson--Bass Guitar.
Join us for a fun night out with friends and neighbors. Sign up today to sing and dance the night away.
Light snacks will be served and BYOB.
Donations gladly accepted at the door.
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Thursday, November 17th
New Jersey has long been the whipping boy of New York City and suffered from something of an inferiority complex. Beginning in 1975, when Bruce Springsteen appeared on the covers of Time and Newsweek and the fame of The Sopranos brought to New Jersey- New Jersey has been enjoying something of a renaissance and the Jersey joke has been in decline. New Jersey has been a veritable engine of inventive and artistic prominence (Edison and Einstein as well as Meryl Streep, Jack Nicholson and Frank Sinatra) it has lately become "cool" to be from New Jersey.
Meet Dr. Michael Rockland, a professor of American Studies at Rutgers and the author of fourteen books and hear more about the New Jersey Joke!
This program is funded by the Horizon's Speaker's Bureau of the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a State partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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The Mendham Township Library has always been the best place to "check out" books on your favorite subjects, whether for study, business or pleasure, but did you know that your local library also offers a wealth of computer and online resources, and that our staff can help you find the information you need faster than you ever thought possible? Health, history, science, business and more...all just a mouse click away!
Your library card is your key to accessing our many online databases right from the comfort of your home computer.