SUMMER AT THE LIBRARY
Summer time is a great time at the Mahwah Public Library for the entire family.
SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL AND SHAKESPEARE TOO!
Now in the Eleventh Season of Great Classical Music! A series of eight free classical
concerts. The season runs June and July. It is a mixture of early-career musicians and
working professionals. A mixture of composers from Bach and Beethoven to Mahler
and Debussy. This year there will be two operatic performances. The Shakespeare
Theatre of New Jersey’s Next Stage eNSemble will return for the twelfth year with live
performances of abridged theatre classics. This year the performances are “The
Taming of the Shrew” and “The Odyssey”. No tickets are necessary. Seats are on a “first
SUMMER READING CLUBS
Summer Reading Club for Children “Be Creative @ Your Library” Pre-K through Grade
5. Record your reading in your Reading Log and earn prizes from the prize cart. June
22nd — August 15th.
Summer Reading Club for Teens “Read! Think! Create! @ the Library” Grades 6 and
up. Fill out your “bingo board” and win great prizes. Post your book reviews on the “Teen
Summer Reading Club Blog”. June 22nd — August 7th.
Summer Reading Club for Adults Why should kids have all the fun? Remember the Summer Reading Club of your
childhood? Read and win one of eight weekly “mystery” prizes. Everyone who reads and enters is eligible for the
Grand Prize (or the runner-up prize). July 1st — August 31st.
Get the whole family reading this summer!
PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES AND TEENS TOO !
The Mahwah Public Library is the place to be this summer for fun and learning.
Mahwah children of all ages are invited to join us for Book Discussions, Story Times, and Special Programs. The
Children’s Room has special visits from the Mahwah Police Dog “Officer Domi”, New Jersey’s own “Batman” Joseph
D’Angeli, Mahwah CSI Detective Sergeant O’Donohue, Music from China, Fred the
Welcome Mastodon Man, and an End of Summer Reading Club Extravaganza Party.
Mahwah teens are invited to explore their inner writer with a workshop lead by author
Leigh Anne Kidwell, get creative with crafts make of wikki stixs, duct tape, puzzle paints,
and a mixed-media portrait of your pet. There will also be book discussions, a “Read-a-
thon”, a “Twilight Trivia Contest”, and “ debate of “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince:
Book vs. Movie”. And don’t miss the fun of “Dance Dance Revolution Night”, “Let’s
Cook”, “Pamper Yourself”, and “Get Your Game On”.
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Now in its Eleventh Season !!!!! SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL 2009
Wednesday July 1, 2009 at 7:00 PM
Cellist Nada Radulovich and pianist Cullan
Bryant will perform music by composers
including Beethoven, Chopin, and Liszt on
Wednesday July 1, 2009 at 7:00 PM. Nada
Radulovich, cellist from Detroit, Michigan, has
degrees in music from Smith College, Manhattan School of Music, and
the Peabody Institute. A passionate musician, she presents a demanding
schedule of recitals at home and abroad, performing ambitious musical
programs at galleries, senior centers, libraries, and schools. A devoted
instructor, now located in New York City, she teaches students to love
the instrument she has studied for the better part of her life. Former
faculty positions include the Westchester Conservatory and the PA
Suzuki Institute. Her intensity and commitment have brought Liszt (works recently published in Britain and rarely
performed) to her program. Cullan Bryant is among the most active chamber and collaborative pianists in New York
City, maintaining a schedule of over 70 recitals a year. He has performed with many world-class artists, including
Ju-Young Baek, Emanuel Borok, Colin Jacobsen, Misha Keylin, Oleh Krysa, Julia Lichten, Midori, Sviatoslav Moroz,
Peter Rejto, Paul Tobias, members of the Amati, American, Arcata and Borromeo Quartets, and members of the New
York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, New York City Ballet Orchestra, New
Jersey Symphony, Boston Symphony, and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in such venues as Weill Recital Hall,
Merkin Hall, Alice Tully Hall, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Detroit’s Orchestra Hall. Mr. Bryant made his
Carnegie Hall debut in 1992 in recital with violinist Patmore Lewis. This concert is free. No tickets are necessary.
Seats are available on a “first come” basis. Doors will be closed with the concert begins. Latecomers will be
admitted during any convenient breaks.
Tuesday July 7, 2009 at 7:00 PM
Soprano Shira Lissek and Tenor Guillermo Lagundino accompanied by pianist
Inna Leytush and narrator Dan Baullucci will perform “Famous Duets from
Favorite Operas” on Tuesday July 7, 2009 at 7:00 PM. Shira Lissek and
Guillermo Lagundino will perform Arias and Duets from Operas such as The
Barber of Seville by Rossini, La Traviata by Verdi, and La Boheme by Puccini.
Soprano Shira Lissek is a versatile performer equally at home on the opera,
concert, and musical theater stages. Ms. Lissek has sung Mozart and Puccini
heroines for Regional Opera houses including Seattle Opera as Donna Elivra
in Don Giovanni. She recently performed in La Boheme as Mimi with the
Center City Opera Theater at Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center. She also sang
opera premieres as Tess in Carlisle Floyd’s Markheim, with the Center for Contemporary Opera in New York and Peter
Westergard’s The Always Present Present, with the Center City Opera Theater. In the Musical Theater world, Ms.
Lissek enjoys singing new compositions and has been privileged to premiere works composed by creative teams in the
Tony®-honored BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop and was featured in this years “Smoker”, the concert of
the years best songs. She also performed 656 shows of the consistently sold out American Girl Revue in New York.
Ms. Lissek has sung on concert stages including Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall and Le Frak Concert Hall at the
Aaron Copland School of Music. She was a featured artist with The Gulf Coast Symphony in An Evening with Irving
Berlin, A Musical Tribute to Barbra Streisand, Andrew Lloyd Webber Unmasked and Broadway Blockbusters. She was
also the featured artist with The Klezmer Company Orchestra fusing Latin, World and Jewish Music. Her one-woman
show Home, performed at the Laurie Beechman Theater features her journey from opera back to music theatre. Tenor
Guillermo Lagundino made his Opera Orchestra of New York debut at Carnegie Hall as Hervey in Donizetti's Anna
Bolena, December 2003. He is a graduate of OONY's Young Artist Program and has appeared in other OONY
performances, including Verdi's Il Corsaro, Puccini's La Fanciulla del West, and Montemezzi's L'amore dei tre Re. He
has shared the stage with James Morris, Aprile Millo, Jennifer Larmore, Samuel Ramey, Francisco Cassanova, Maria
Bravo, and Fernando de la Mora. June 2006, Mr. Lagundino debuted with New Rochelle Opera as Rodolfo and in July
was a full tuition scholarship recipient at the prestigious International Vocal Arts Academy in Tel Aviv, Israel where he
performed in the Act III quartet of La Bohème under the baton of Maestro Paul Nadler and the New Israeli Chamber
Orchestra. July 2007, he returned to Israel as a scholarship recipient of IVAI and perform as Ernesto in Donizetti's Don
Pasquale. December 2007, Mr.Lagundino appeared as Barbarigo in New York Opera Orchestra's performance of
Verdi's I due Foscari at Carnegie Hall. This concert is free. No tickets are necessary. Seats are available on a “first
come” basis. Doors will be closed with the concert begins. Latecomers will be admitted during any convenient breaks.
Monday July 13, 2009 at 7:00 PM
Mezzo-Soprano Valerie Coates with pianist Jason Andrews will perform, “German Lieder” songs
by Robert and Clara Schumann, as well as Brahms, Mahler, and Robert Franz on Monday July
13, 2009 at 7:00 PM. Valerie Coates has appeared in oratorio as alto soloist in New York City
with the West Village Chorale, in Carnegie Hall with the London Sinfonietta, in New Jersey with
the VOICES Chorale, Choral Art Society, Masterwork Chorus and the Monmouth Civic Chorus,
and in Long Island with the Long Island Choral Society. She performed Mahler’s Rückertlieder
with the Manhattanville Community Orchestra in New York. Dramatic performances include the
roles of Mary Jacobi and Mary Magdalene in The Play of Mary Magdalene and the role of
Rachael in Herod and the Innocents with the Ensemble for Early Music; the role of St. Lucy in the
musical drama Increase at LaMaMa, ETC, and the title role of Gluck’s Orfeo with the Duncan
Dance Continuum in New York City. Ms. Coates has been presented in recital in London at St.
Martin-in-the-Fields, St. James’ and St. Olave’s churches; and in New York City on the New York
Public Library concert series at Donnell and Lincoln Centers as well as the National Landmarks
Concert Series at Federal Hall and Roosevelt’s Birthplace, and the Saint Peter’s Concert Series
at Citicorp Center. For fifteen years she sang with the New York Choral Artists and Concert Chorale of New York, the
professional choruses of the New York Philharmonic and American Symphony Orchestras. She was selected for a fel-
lowship to the Bach Aria Institute at Stony Brook, NY and attended the Centre International Formation Musicale in Nice,
France, where she coached art song repertoire with Dalton Baldwin. Ms. Coates earned a Bachelor of Music degree in
Early Music Performance from the New England Conservatory of Music, a Master of Music in Voice Performance from
the Manhattan School of Music and a Master of Arts in Medieval Studies from Columbia University. This concert is free.
No tickets are necessary. Seats are available on a “first come” basis. Doors will be closed with the concert begins.
Latecomers will be admitted during any convenient breaks.
Tuesday July 21, 2009 at 7:00 PM
Flutist Shawn Wyckoff and Violinist Maria Millar will perform classical works by
composers including Bach, Telemann, Mozart, and Dvorak as well as a sprinkling
of pop, blues, folk and Irish traditional music on Tuesday July 21, 2009 at 7:00
PM. Flutist Shawn Wyckoff, is an avid solo and chamber musician who has been
featured in performances at The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, The
Library of Congress, The Guggenheim Museum and the United Nations. Shawn’s
orchestral work includes concerts with conductors Pierre Boulez, Leonard Slatkin,
Kurt Masur and, most recently, performing as a member of Continuum, One World
Symphony and The Harmonia Opera Company. Shawn is a First Prize winner of
The Judith Lapple National Flute Competition, the Flute Society of Washington
Competition and The Friday Morning Music Club Woodwind Competition. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from The
Juilliard School. Violinist and multidisciplinary artist Maria Millar has performed as a soloist throughout Canada, China,
Japan, Ireland, and the US. 170 performances in the principal role of Solo Dancing Fiddler in Riverdance On Broadway
and the North American and Asian Tours of Riverdance: The Show included 4 center stage numbers of improvised solos
and simultaneous fiddling and dance. Maria also performed in Radio City Music Hall’s One World Jam and premiered
her creation for 5 prerecorded violin tracks and 1 live dancing violinist, All for One, on CBC’s nationally televised The
Great Canadian Music Dream. Most recently, Maria toured her one-woman show of original compositions for violin, voice
and dance that illustrated her vision of the multidisciplinary performing artist. Maria holds accelerated BM/MM from The
Juilliard School. This concert is free. No tickets are necessary. Seats are available on a “first come” basis. Doors will
be closed with the concert begins. Latecomers will be admitted during any convenient breaks.
SEPTEMBER IS NATIONAL LIBRARY CARD SIGN-UP MONTH
September is National Library Card Sign-up Month and the Mahwah Public Library wants
to use this opportunity to put more Mahwah Library cards into the hands of Mahwah resi-
dents. Every resident of Mahwah is entitled to a free library card. Children are eligible to
get a library card when they enroll in kindergarten. Your card will be honored in all BCCLS
libraries. You must have your library card with you for every library transaction. Replace-
ment of a lost card is $3.00. People who are students or work in Mahwah may be eligible
for a courtesy card (to be used in Mahwah only). Those who live outside BCCLS may pur-
chase a Mahwah card for an annual fee. You can even apply for your library card online. Ask at the Circulation Desk
for more information. As our thank you: Children and Teens who apply for their first library card will receive a free book
as a thank you. In addition during the month of September teens in grades 5 and up will receive a small prize or treat
when they show the Young Adult Librarian their valid library card. Adults who apply for their first library card in Septem-
ber will receive as a special thank you a free canvas tote bag (canvas totes are available for as long as supplies last and
one tote per person). Watch our membership grow as we reach our goal for new library card holders.
THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY LIVE
The Mahwah Public Library presents The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s Next Stage
eNSemble “The Taming of the Shrew” by William Shakespeare on Tuesday July 28, 2009 at
7:00 PM. When Kate meets Petruchio, the sparks (and the furniture) fly. Shakespeare’s The
Taming of the Shrew is a wild and woolly comedy that is the perfect match for the fast-paced
style of the Next Stage Ensemble (as directed by stage combat specialist Doug West). This
classic battle of the sexes is also a heartfelt romantic comedy in which apparent opposites
discover just how much they have in common. (Recommended for ages 12 and up).
On Tuesday August 4, 2009 at 7:00 PM The Shakespeare Theatre of
New Jersey’s Next Stage eNSemble will perform “The Odyssey” by
Homer. Director Jason King Jones, who began with the company as an intern in 1999, has
developed this fast-paced, creative retelling of key scenes from Homer’s epic poem The
Odyssey, one of the earliest masterpieces of Western literature. Following the fall of Troy,
the clever Odysseus and his band of warriors and sailors begin a dangerous journey home.
Storms, spirits, a Cyclops and a sorceress are just a few of the adventures that await them
as they try to reach the shores of Ithaca. (Recommended for ages 8 and up).
Come join us for great theatre — LIVE — the way that it was meant to be enjoyed. Each summer abridged classics are
presented by early-career actors from the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. The Next Stage eNSemble program
brings live theatre into New Jersey communities. No tickets are necessary for these programs. Seats are free and on
a “first come” basis. Latecomers will be seated during appropriate breaks.
SWING INTO THE LIBRARY
The Skyliners Big Swing Band will perform on Sunday September
13, 2009 at 2:00 PM. Enjoy the sounds of Big Band Swing with
the fourteen member Skyliners Big Swing Band. Though first
made popular over 70 years ago, the big band swing sound has
a popularity that spans the years. Swing has recently been
rediscovered by a new generation. Originally founded by John
Micalizio, a member of the Tommy Dorsey Band and arranger for
George Shearing and other major recording artists, the Skyliners
Big Swing Band has, since 1952, remained true in style and
composition — performing only the original arrangements of the
great band leaders. The Sunday Concert will present the works of
great band leaders of the 30’s through the 90’s with names like
Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Chuck Mangione, and Stan Getz. For many years, the
Skyliners have given numerous concerts and dances, many of them in the New York metropolitan area. The Skyliners
have performed at the major hotels like the Plaza, the St. Moritz, the Biltmore, the Essex, and the St. Regis, as well as
private clubs, schools, and universities. The orchestra is currently under the direction of Joe Andreoli and conductor
William Garvin, a graduate of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Mr. Garvin is an award winning professional music
teacher who has for a number of years conducted pit-orchestras and performed with major orchestras and jazz bands.
Experiences of other orchestra members are wide-ranging, with participation in other orchestras, jazz and classical
music ensembles, or as soloists. The orchestra’s featured vocalist is Susan Brady, who sang with the Sammy Kaye
and Lester Lanin Orchestras. The concert is free. No tickets are necessary. Seats are on a “first come” basis.
JOBS AND CAREERS CORNER
Are you currently job hunting? The Mahwah Public Library has put some of our job search materials front and center.
To be found under the Community Calendar (the television screen showing Mahwah channel 78 ) is a display of current
materials to help with finding a job or starting a new career. There are books on job searching, writing resumes and
cover letters, interviewing, networking, franchising, starting your own business, finding a civil service job, and more.
There are also DVDs on grooming and dressing for success, getting your first job, planning your career, money
management, the right part-time job, and a “virtual job interview”. There is a new brochure called “Jobseekers” that
contains employment and career information on the web. There is a “Job Center” bulletin board with job postings.
The library has two public computers with Microsoft word for resume writing. There are eight public internet computers
that can be used for applying for unemployment benefits and checking out jobs websites.
MUSIC OF THE FLUTE AND MARIMBA
Patricia Lazzara (flute) and Yale Snyder (marimba and percussion) will perform
Flute and Marimba Music exploring music from Asia, Jazz, Baroque, and Mariachi
on Sunday September 20, 2009 at 2:00 PM.
Patricia Lazzara, flutist, has distinguished herself as a soloist, chamber and
orchestral musician. She is a three time winner of the Artists International
competition in New York City and gave her critically acclaimed New York
recital debut at Cami Hall. She has performed as soloist for the National Flute
Association Professional Flute Choir and won first prize in the North Jersey Philharmonic Concerto Competition. She is a
Miyazawa Flute Artist, the 2007 Winner of the Florida Flute Association Performers Grant for Advanced Study, presently
studying with Keith Underwood and currently is a Twinz Records Recording Artist. She is a 2004 Winner of the National
Flute Association Convention Performers Competition. Ms. Lazzara has released two CDs for flute and harp entitled
"Enchanted Love" and "Celestial Sounds of Christmas". Ms. Lazzara is a founding member of UpTown Flutes, in
residence at Drew University. Their sold out performance at Carnegie's Weill Hall in 2002 received a rave review from the
New York Concert Review and they will perform at the 2009 National Flute Association Convention in NYC. UpTown
Flutes debut CD is entitled ''A Flute Renaissance'' followed by their holiday CD, "An UpTown Christmas". UpTown Flutes'
third CD “21st Century Gems” will be released in the summer of 2009. Yale Snyder, percussionist received a Master of
Music degree in Percussion Performance from the University of Minnesota where he studied with renowned percussionists
Fernando Meza, Earl Yowell and Phil Hey. He holds a B.S. in Music Education from Hofstra University in Long Island, NY.
Yale has studied with some of the finest marimba players in the percussion field and is a strong advocate of new music for
the marimba as well as music written for the newly formed marimba and flute duo with flutist, Patricia Lazzara. Yale has
performed at the 2009 NJMEA (New Jersey Music Educators Association) Convention and is on the Board of Directors of
the Percussion Educators Association of NJ. In 2006, Yale performed in Italy with the Rome Festival Orchestra under the
direction of Fritz Maraffi and has performed with college and professional wind ensembles, symphony orchestras, and
percussion ensembles throughout New Jersey, New York and and Minnesota. Yale has conducted masterclasses for
children at various libraries in the area. He currently teaches instrumental music in several private schools throughout the
North Jersey area. This program is free. No tickets are necessary. Seats are on a “first come” basis. Doors are closed
when the concert begins. Latecomers will be seated during any appropriate breaks.
CITY WINDS PIANO TRIO RETURNS
The Mahwah Public Library presents City Winds Piano Trio Crispian Fordham (flute),
Meredyth Coleman (oboe), and Jack Bender (piano) performing music from Dring,
Ibert, Krommer, Still, and Rossini on Sunday September 27, 2009 at 2:00 PM.
City Winds Piano Trio is an exciting chamber group that presents concerts through-
out the East Coast. Crispian Fordham-Flute-has a BA (Mannes College of Music) and
a Masters Degree (Mannes College of Music) in Music Performance on flute. He has
performed many solo and chamber music performances in concert halls such as:
Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Steinway Hall and the United Nations. Also Crispian
attended the Aspen Music Festival as a full Scholarship fellow. In 2001 Mr. Fordham
won the award of excellence in Performance from the Mannes College of Music.
Meredyth Coleman-Oboe- has a BA (Univ. of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) and Masters Degree (Hartt School of Music) in
Music Performance on oboe. She also has a Professional Studies Performance Diploma (Mannes College of Music) on
English horn. Ms. Coleman has performed with ensembles such as: the Emerson String Quartet, Bangor Symphony
Orchestra, Illini Symphony Orchestra, Arcady Music Festival Orchestra and many more Symphonies throughout the
country. Jack Bender-Piano– a resident of New Brunswick, Jack is a freelance musician with many years of experience
in musical theatre. Jack Bender has been assistant Music Director for the New Jersey Youth Theatre for the past three
years. Jack Bender’s composed and orchestrated the music for the new musical, Midnight Madness, which debuted in
August at the New Jersey Center for the Performing Arts. Midnight Madness performed in September at the Alvin Ailey
Theater in NYC. This program is free. No tickets are necessary. Seats are on a “first come” basis. Doors are closed
when the concert begins. Latecomers will be seated during any appropriate breaks.
Banned Books Week
September 26—October 3, 2009
28th Anniversary Week Free People Read Freely
The library has a high resolution digital projector and sound system (a Hitachi CP-X444 Multimedia LCD Projector) and
a 10’ x 18’ screen. Already the library has shown a number of 3D movies, popular family movies, and movies on
Thursday afternoons. The library will provides popcorn and drink. No tickets are necessary. Seats are on a “first
“Summer Blockbusters” “Endless Summer”
During the months of July and August mummy but this time in China. Now During the month of September the film
the film series will feature the exciting, Rick O’Connell (Brendan Fraser), his series will feature movies that help us to
big screen blockbusters that light up wife Evelyn, his son Alex, and brother- keep that summer feeling just a little
movie screens every summer. in-law with the help of sorceress longer.
Michelle Yeoh must defeat the evil
"The Dark Knight" emperor and his army. "Meatballs"
Thursday July 2, 2009 at 1:30 PM PG-13 2008 (111 minutes) Thursday
Christian Bale returns as the brooding September 3,
Bat man and this time his troubles are "WALL-E" 2009 at 1:30 PM
with super-freaky supervillain The Thursday August 6, 2009 at 1:30 PM Bill Murray is the
Joker (Heath Ledger). And as if that Pixar Oscar-winner for animated film Activities Director
wasn’t enough trouble District about a lonely robot who has been at a summer
Attorney Harvey Dent is having some cleaning up the planet Earth for 700 camp and hijinks
personality issues. years after it is abandoned by messy ensue. What else
PG-13 2008 (152 minutes) humans. WALL-E is used to his lonely is there to say?
existence until he meets another droid PG 1979
“The Incredible Hulk” EVE. G 2008 (98 minutes) (92 minutes)
Thursday July 9, 2009 at 1:30 PM
Just don’t get genius/nerd scientist “Kung Fu Panda” “Where the Boys Are”
Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) angry. Thursday August 13, 2009 at 1:30 PM Thursday September 10, 2009 at 1:30 PM
Ever since he got zapped by gamma Po Panda (voiced by Jack Black) is the Four college girls go to Fort Lauderdale to
radiation he’s been feeling a little chosen one named in a prophecy to have fun and meet boys (one of the “boys”
green. And it’s not easy being green. save China from it’s enemies. But who is George Hamilton) during their Easter
PG-13 2008 (113 minutes) will save China from this slacker whose vacation. Hit song for Connie Francis.
kung fu might not be just good G 1960 (99 minutes)
“Hancock” enough. PG 2008 (88 minutes)
Thursday July 16, 2009 at 1:30 PM “Gidget”
Will Smith is Hancock, a mean and “Get Smart” Thursday
drunken superhero who gets the job Thursday August 20, 2009 at 1:30 PM September 17,
done but leaves more of a mess Steve Carrell stars as Maxwell Smart 2009 at 1:30 PM
behind. That is until a grateful PR in the film adaptation of this classic TV Sandra Dee is
exec decides that all he needs is an series. Anne Hathaway is agent 99 Gidget (girl plus
image makeover. and Alan Arkin is the Chief. Maybe midget) a plucky,
PG-13 2008 (92 minutes) “smart” might not be the best way to boy-crazy teenager
describe this spy but he is our best who discovers ro-
“Chronicles of Narnia: hope to beat KAOS. mance and wisdom
Prince Caspian” PG-13 2008 (110 minutes) on the beaches of
Thursday July 23, 2009 at 1:30 PM Malibu when she
The four Penvensie siblings are once “Speed Racer” becomes involved
again transported to the fantasy world Thursday August 27, 2009 at 1:30 PM with a group of college-age surfers.
of Narnia where they are once again Speed Racer is a natural behind the G 1959 (95 minutes)
called upon to rescue the land from a wheel of his thunderous Mach 5. With
ruthless king and put Prince Caspian the support of Pops and Mom Racer, “A Summer Place”
on the throne. girlfriend Trixie, younger brother Spritle Thursday September 24, 2009 at 1:30 PM
PG 2008 (149 minutes) and the mysterious Racer X, Speed Melodrama about summer liaisons amid
takes on fierce competitors to save his the young and middle-aged rich on an is-
“The Mummy: family's business and protect the sport land off the coast of Maine. “Theme from
Tomb of the Dragon Emperor” he loves. When Speed steps on the a Summer Place” was a number-one hit in
Thursday July 30, 2009 at 1:30 PM track, it's not just a race. Based on the 1959. G 1959 (130 minutes)
The O’Connell family once again animated series "Speed Racer" by
awakens a out-for-world-domination Tatsuo Yoshida.
PG 2008 (135 minutes)
EXPLORE HE, SHE AND IT
Professor Kathleen Fowler, professor and lecturer at Ramapo College will discuss Marge
Piercy’s He, She and It on Wednesday September 23, 2009 at7:00 PM. The time is the middle
of the twenty-first century. The place is what used to be North America, now Norika: a vast toxic
wasteland dotted with huge environmental domes enclaves of the monolithic corporations that
have replace governments; the far fewer “free towns,” independent settlements where the
remarkable technology of the age has not yet been turned against the individual; and the “Glop,”
the overwhelmed stretches of megalopolis that is violent, festering warrens ruled by feuding
gangs and warlords. Join us for a discussion of He, She and It where Marge Piercy creates
an extraordinary vision of our future and ties it to the past. Kathleen Fowler is an Associate
Professor of English, Women’s Studies, Writing, and Science Fiction at Ramapo College of New
Jersey. The public is invited to join in on the discussion. You are encouraged to read He, She
and It before attending the program. Call or visit the library to find out how to arrange for a copy
of the book. This program is free. No tickets are necessary. Seats are on a “first come” basis.
MAHWAH LIBRARY BOOK CLUBS
MORNING BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP
You already read so why, you might ask, would you want to join a book discussion group? A book discussion group
lets you meet and discuss books with other people who like to read. It gives you the opportunity to examine character
development, structure, language, themes, and many more aspects of the books you
read. Book discussion makes reading a more enjoyable and intellectually satisfying
experience. If you have two free hours on the third Monday morning of each month
you are cordially invited to join the Mahwah Library “Book Breakers”. If you are
interested visit the library to find out what you need to do to join. Both discussion
groups are open to all adults. If you are interested please call or visit the library.
Monday July 20th, 10:30 AM F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby
Monday August 17th, 10:30 AM G.K. Chesterton’s The Man Who Was Thursday
Monday September 21st, 10:30 AM Marge Piercy’s He, She, and It
EVENING BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP
The evening book group is the fourth Wednesday evening of each month. Anyone interested in joining the book
discussion group call or visit the library
Wednesday July 22nd, 7:00 PM F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby
Wednesday August 26th, 7:00 PM G.K. Chesterton’s The Man Who Was Thursday
Wednesday September 23rd, 7:00 PM Marge Piercy’s He, She, and It
MAHWAH PUBLIC LIBRARY’S TOP TEN RECESSION BUSTERS!
Turn on the TV, open up a magazine, everyone has cost-cutting suggestions. Here are some suggestions on how the
library can save you money:
1. Free internet access and free wi-fi (cut out your internet bill and use your laptop or one of our computers)
2. Free music or audiobook CDs or download directly from the internet (don’t have the internet at home— we have a
download station in the library)
3. Free movies on DVD and VHS (the newest releases are just $1 for three days or borrow a popular TV series on
DVD so there’s no need to pay for cable TV)
4. Free children’s storytimes and crafts (get your pre-schoolers reading ready for school)
5. Free concerts (classical, jazz, popular, and world music) and theatre (one person plays to Shakespeare for adults
6. Free resource center for job search help, financial and consumer research too.
7. Free lectures and workshops (adult education doesn’t stop at high school or college graduation)
8. Free afterschool clubs for teens (how else can teens increase the fun of learning without the pressure of tests)
9. Free summer programs for children and teens (over four hundred children’s and teens join us each summer)
10. Free magazines (the library subscribes to over 200 newspapers and magazines so you don’t need to subscribe)
11. And of course free books (bestsellers to classics — books for children to teens to adults to borrow and enjoy.
You don’t need to buy a book to enjoy it)
One of America’s oldest and best community institutions is the free public library. Apply for and use your library card.
It will be your key to saving.
CHILDREN’S SUMMER STORYTIME
Monday 10:30 My Young Child and Me (11 – 17 Months)
4:00 Climbing Higher 4’s & 5’s
Tuesday 10:30 Let’s Read! 3 year olds
4:00 It’s a Terrific Tuesday for K through 2nd Gr.
Wednesday 10:30 Toddler (15 –24 months)
4:00 Technology, Science and the Arts program (3rd through 5th grade)
Friday 10:30 Tea Time for Two’s (Two year olds)
Summer Story Time starts July 6th and ends the Week of August 3rd
SPECIAL CHILDREN’S ROOM SUMMER PROGRAMS
July 1st 4:00 pm: Mahwah Police with Officer Horn – Community wide safety for children of all ages, featuring
Domi Mahwah’s one and only Super Police Dog & His Master: Officer Rapp. Sign – up starts June 22nd. 5 yrs and up.
July 8th 4:00 pm: BATS, BATS, BATS! Go Batty with NJ's own Batman Joseph D'Angeli, Find out why bats are now
being protected because of their vital role in virtually every environment on earth. Program features LIVE BATS and
tons of Bat information and lore. Sign – up June 22nd. Ages 4 and up
July 8th 4:00 pm: Music Time — Songs, games, dancing, listening, and learning. Ages 4-6 yrs. Sign-up begins
6/22. Space is limited to 15. Music Time is a series of 5 Wednesday sessions.
July 11th: Summer Book Club Kick – off for grades 3 through 5 begins. Explore a fiction title with the Children’s
Librarian, Mr. Wilson. Book discussion for the book read will be on August 8th at 10:30 am. Sign – up starts June 22nd
July 21st 4:00 pm: Mahwah CSI!!! Mahwah’s Detective Sergeant O’Donohue brings the crime and forensic investiga-
tion techniques used by the Mahwah Police department to our Library! Sign – up starts July 6th. Ages 5 and up
July 28th 4:00 pm: Music from China made in the U.S.A. Come enjoy this glorious interactive musical program that
brings the beauty of classic Chinese music played on beautiful instruments with a program that allows your children to
participate in the art and form of the traditional songs. Sign – Ups begin July 6th All ages
August 4th 4:00 pm: Explore the Paleolithic Era with Fred the Mastodon Man! Learn about the lives of the giant
beasts of this era and search for fossils of ancient sharks, whales, dolphins, fish, saber-tooth cats, jaguars, mam-
moths, mastodons, camels, tapirs, sloths, and giant armadillos that you can keep and take home to treasure.
Sign – ups begin July 13th. Ages 4 and up
August 8th: Discussion of special title selected for the Summer Book Club. Group meets at 10:30 am. Gr 3- 5
August 17th 1:30 pm: End of Summer Reading Club Extravaganza Party. Come party and celebrate the
wonderful reading of the most fantastic readers in the world … Mahwah Children. Music by Yosi and Jamming Joe
with food for all, and Certificates of Award will be presented for all of the children that participated in the Summer
Reading Club. Sign – Ups begin July 27th. SRC participants
SPECIAL CHILDREN’S ROOM SEPTEMBER PROGRAM
September 17th: 4:15 pm: Welcome in the Fall Season with Kurt Gallagher’s Back to School Celebration!!!
(Sign – ups August 17th) All ages
CHILDREN’S FALL STORYTIME
Monday 10:30 My Young Child and Me (11 – 17 Months)
1:30 Climbing Higher 4’s & 5’s
Tuesday 10:30 Toddler Time (18- 23 months) MAHWAH
1:30 Climbing Higher 4’s & 5’s
4:00 Terrific Tuesday for K through 2nd Gr. LIBRARY URGES
Wednesday 10:30 Let’s Read! 3 year olds CHILDREN TO
1:30 Toddler Time (18- 23 months)
4:00 Wacky Wednesday for K through 2nd Gr. GET A LIBRARY
Thursday 10:30 Tea Time for Two’s all two year olds welcome CARD — IT’S THE
1:30 Let’s Read! 3 year olds SMARTEST TOOL
4:00 Technology/Science and Art program; Grades through 5
Friday 10:30 Tea Time for Two’s all two year olds welcome IN YOUR
11:30 My Young Child and Me (11 – 17 Months) SCHOOL BAG
· Fall Story Time: Sign – up starts August 17th and Begins September 14th.
FOR ALL PROGRAMS: Mahwah residents only. In-person registration is necessary. The child must be the age of
the session before the series begins. Session runs 5 weeks.
MAHWAH LIBRARY TEEN PROGRAMS
“Wacky for Wikki Stix” for teens entering grades 6 & up in September; Monday, July 6th at 3:00 PM. Teens will have fun using the bendable
“Wikki Stix” brand sticks to create whatever their imagination can think of. All projects will remain on display by the Young Adult section through-
out the summer. (Sign-up begins on Monday, June 15th).
“Pet Portraitures” for teens entering grades 6 & up in September; Tuesday, July 7th at 3:00 PM. Teens will use a variety of mediums including
acrylics, pastels, clay collage and charcoal to create one-of-a-kind masterpieces based upon animals or the students’ very own pets. Pictures of
pets can be brought for inspiration and instructor Nan Krochta will also have plenty of pictures if needed. Space is limited to 15 students. (Sign-
up begins on Monday, June 15th).
“Puzzle Painting” for teens entering grades 6 & up in September; Wednesday, July 8th at 6:00 PM. Teens will have fun recreating a famous
painting in pieces that will be displayed in the Young Adult section as a mural throughout the summer. (Sign-up begins on Monday, June 15th).
“All About You!” Writing Workshop for teens entering grades 6 & up in September; Friday, July 10th from 3:00 – 4:30 PM.
What type of writer are you? In this session, participants will uncover the story and find the writer within themselves, and do a
writing portrait. Local author Leigh Anne Kidwell will be conducting the workshop. Mrs. Kidwell will also be selling her wonder-
ful books: The Year I Lost My Popularity! and Summer Vineyard for $15 each. All participants should come ready to write with
their own writer’s notebook. Any previous work may be given to Mrs. Kidwell for her to critique. Any work in class may be
submitted to her for possible placement in her upcoming book, The Young Writer’s Notebook. (Sign-up begins on Monday,
“Behind the Meaning! Teen Book Discussion Group” for teens entering grades 6 & 7. The group will continue to meet at
3:00 PM on Mondays July 13th, and July 27th. Teens will read great books, have the chance to express their opinions, play
games, and meet new friends. And YES, refreshments will be served each week. All participants will enjoy a party at our last meeting.
“Chat About That! Teen Book Discussion Group” for teens entering grades 8 – 10. The group will continue to meet at 7:00 PM on Tuesdays
July 14th, and July 28th. Teens will read great books, have the chance to express their opinions, play games, and meet new friends. And YES,
refreshments will be served each week. All participants will enjoy a party at our last meeting.
“Duct Tape Mania!” for teens entering grades 6 & up; Wednesday, July 15th at 3:00 PM. We’ll provide the duct tape in a bunch of different col-
ors, and the teens will do the rest! (Sign-up begins on Monday, June 29th).
“Dialogue and Point of View” Writing Workshop for teens entering grades 6 & up; Friday, July 17th from 3:00 – 4:30 PM. Participants will find
out the “do’s and don’ts” of dialogue writing as they create a conversation from writing prompts. For the point of view topic, participants will take a
story and tell it from several characters viewpoints to see how each changes the entire story’s focus. Local author Leigh Anne Kidwell will be con-
ducting the workshop (Sign-up begins on Monday, June 22nd).
“Let’s Cook!” for teens entering grades 6 & up; Monday, July 20th at 3:00 PM. Teens will have fun making a special rec-
ipe that doesn’t require a stove or an oven, but just a microwave and some imagination! Teens are asked to bring their
own apron or to wear older clothes. ***Teens will be asked to list any food allergies when they sign-up. (Sign-up begins
on Monday, June 29th).
“Poetry, Description and Details” Writing Workshop for teens entering grades 6 & up; Friday, July 24th from 3:00 – 4:30
PM. Discover the poet in you! Participants will talk about different types of poetry and create their own. You’ll also find
out how to insert the proper details and description into your creative writing. Local author Leigh Anne Kidwell will be con-
ducting the workshop. (Sign-up begins on Monday, June 29th).
“Dance Dance Revolution Night” for teens entering grades 6 & up; Wednesday, July 29th at 6:30 PM. Teens can show off their dance moves or
improve their skills by playing this fun and fast paced game. Refreshments will be served and teens can have fun playing various other games
while they wait to jump into the DDR action. (Sign-up begins on Monday, July 13th).
“Contest and Publishing” Writing Workshop for teens entering grades 6 & up; Friday, July 31st from 3:00 – 4:30 PM. Come and find out the
how, who, where and when to submit your work as a young writer. This session is for the serious writer and you should come prepared with at
least one piece of work that you would want to enter in a contest or submit to have published. The group will cover from start to finish, how to get
published. Local author Leigh Anne Kidwell will be conducting the workshop. (Sign-up begins on Monday, July 6th).
“Pamper Yourself” for teens entering grades 6 & up; Monday, August 3rd at 3:00 PM. Teens can use various lotions, and nail polishes to give
themselves manicures and pedicures. Teens are asked to wear flip flops or open-toed shoes, and to bring a favorite towel. The library will pro-
vide all other supplies. In order to participate, you will need to have a “Consent Form” signed by a parent (or legal guardian). Don’t worry if you
forget for a while, as long as you bring in the signed form either before or on the day of the program. (Sign-up begins on Monday, July 13th and
MUST be done in person).
“Teen Read-a-Thon” for teens entering grades 6 & up; Wednesday, August 5th from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Refreshments will
be served and small prizes awarded. Participants will also have the chance to win a “grand prize.” Sign-up is not necessary.
“The Young Adult Summer Reading Club” ends on Friday, August 7th at 5:00 PM. This is the last day that teens can join
and bring their reading/activity boards in to show the Young Adult Librarian in order to earn prizes.
“SAT Practice Test” presented by Huntington Learning Center for teens entering grades 9 & up; Friday, August 7th from
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. There is no charge to take the practice test. *Students are asked to bring a calculator. (Sign-up begins
on Friday, July 17th).
MAHWAH LIBRARY TEEN PROGRAMS
“Behind the Meaning! Teen Book Discussion Group” for teens entering grades 6 & 7. The group will continue to meet at 3:00 PM on Mondays
August 10th, and August 24th. All participants will enjoy a party at our last meeting.
“Chat About That! Teen Book Discussion Group” for teens entering grades 8 - 10. The group will meet at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, August 11th
and at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, August 25th (the group will be having a party at their last meeting).
“Twilight Trivia Contest” for teens entering grades 6 & up; Wednesday, August 12th at 6:30 PM. Are you “Team Edward” or “Team
Jacob?” Teens will test their knowledge of this popular series by answering questions about all four books. Teens can win some really
cool prizes, and refreshments will be served. (Sign-up begins on Wednesday, July 22nd).
“SAT Practice Test” presented by Huntington Learning Center for teens entering grades 9 & up; Friday, August 14th from 10:00 AM –
2:00 PM. There is no charge to take the practice test. *Students are asked to bring a calculator. (Sign-up begins on Friday, July 24th).
The “Young Adult Summer Reading Club Party” will be on Tuesday, August 18th from 6:00 – 8:00 PM for all teen participants.
Teens will have fun playing games and listening to music. Refreshments will be served.
“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: Book vs. Movie” for teens entering grades 6 & up; Wednesday, August 19th at 3:00 PM.
Which did you prefer, the book or the movie? Teens are welcome to come and voice their opinions about both while enjoying some
snacks. Because of the nature of the discussion, it is recommended that teens do see the movie before attending this program. (Sign-up begins on
Wednesday, July 29th).
“Get Your Game On!” for teens entering grades 6 & up; Friday August 21st from 2:00 – 4:30 PM. Do you like to play games? Do you like to have
fun hanging out with your friends? If you answered “yes” to these questions, then come and play games like “Wii Sports,” “Wii Play,” “Mario Kart,”
“Dance Dance Revolution,” and more. Teens are allowed to bring their own games that are compatible with the Nintendo Wii gaming system, how-
ever teens will only be allowed to play games with an “E” or a “T” rating. Teens are also asked to bring extra remotes, nunchuks, and wheels too.
There will be plenty of other fun games on hand for teens to keep busy while they wait their turn. (Sign-up begins on Monday, August 3rd).
During the month of September which is “National Library Card Sign-Up Month,” teens in grades 6 & up receive a small prize or treat when they
show the Young Adult Librarian their valid library card.
“Back to School” craft for grades 6 & up; Wednesday, September 9th at 3:15 PM. Teens will be making cool “marble magnets.” (Sign-up begins
on Monday, August 17th).
“Gaming Club” for teens in grades 6 & up; Thursday September 10th at 3:30 PM. This new club will meet twice a month and teens can come and
play games like “Wii Sports,” “Wii Play,” “Mario Kart,” “Dance Dance Revolution,” and more. Teens are allowed to bring their own games that are
compatible with the Nintendo Wii gaming system, however teens will only be allowed to play games with an “E” or a “T” rating. Teens are also
asked to bring extra remotes, nunchuks, and wheels too. There will be plenty of other fun games on hand for teens to keep busy while they wait
their turn. (Sign-up begins on Monday, August 17th).
“Scrabble Club” for grades 6 & up; Friday, September 11th at 3:15 PM. Teens will learn cool words to help increase their scores and vocabulary,
while having fun playing this great board game with their friends. This is a new, monthly club. (Sign-up begins on Monday, August 17th).
“Anime/Manga Club” for grades 6 & up; Monday, September 14th at 3:15 PM. The club meets twice a month to watch
anime, discuss manga and play games. (Sign-up begins on Monday, August 24th).
“Teen Advisory Board” (T.A.B) for grades 6 & up; Tuesday, September 15th at 3:15 PM. (Sign-up begins on Monday,
“Miscellaneous Music” for grades 6 & up; Wednesday, September 16th at 3:15 PM. If you like music and want to share
your thoughts with other teens, then you’ll want to join this great, monthly club. Bring your iPod or a favorite CD to share
with the group. Each month, we’ll also be listening to and reviewing some other types of music that you may not have ex-
perienced yet. (Sign-up begins on Monday, August 24th).
“Anime/Manga Club” for grades 6 & up; Monday, September 21st at 3:15 PM. The club meets twice a month to watch anime, discuss manga and
“Food For Thought Teen Book Discussion Group” for grades 6 – 10; Tuesday, September 22nd at 3:15 PM. Teens can choose any book that
they’ve read to discuss. (Sign-up begins on Monday, August 24th).
“Gaming Club” for teens in grades 6 & up; Thursday September 24th at 3:30 PM. This new club will meet twice a month and teens can come and
play various Nintendo Wii games. Teens are allowed to bring their own games, but teens will only be allowed to play games with an “E” or a “T”
rating. Teens are also asked to bring extra remotes, nunchuks, and wheels too. There will be plenty of other fun games on hand for teens to keep
busy while they wait their turn.
“Teen Bridge Club” workshop for grades 6 & up. Are you: Interested in learning a great card game? Interested in mak-
ing new friends? Interested in having a fun Bridge Club at the library? If you answered “yes” to any or all of these ques-
tions, then come join the fun with instructor Susan Koster. This is an eight-week workshop that will run from September
through November. The first meeting will be on Wednesday, September 30th at 3:15 PM. (Sign-up begins on Wednesday,
FOR YOUNG ADULT PROGRAMS: Sign-up is necessary unless otherwise noted, and can be done either in person @ the Young Adult Librar-
ian’s desk or by phone. All programs are free. Join us for these fun activities. All Mahwah teens entering grades 6 and up are invited.
“Art of the Spirit” paintings of Mahwah resident Michael A. Pompa will be featured during the months of July and
August. Mr. Pompa is a retired contractor, but has always enjoyed painting as a creative outlet. He studied art at the
Brooklyn Academy of Art in New York. His appreciation for the beauty of life, respect for the human qualities of life
and his keen sense of humor are all evident in his renderings. Mr. Pompa suffered detachments of the retinas in both
eyes in 2003 and is now legally blind. What came so easily to him before he lost his normal vision is now a struggle to
accomplish. Using a variety of vision-enhancing tools and preferring oil paint as his medium, he has changed his style
of painting and feeling for the subject matter he envisions and paints. While he still appreciates the renderings of
beautiful landscapes and still lifes, he has come to believe that art should express that which has more to do with the
soul and the heart, rather than the visual beauty that a camera can capture so well.
“Summer Reading Club” materials and prizes will be on display during the months of June, July, and August.
The Children’s Reading Club theme this summer is “Be Creative @ Your Library” and the Young Adult Theme is
“Read! Think! Create! @ the Library”. All Mahwah children and teens are encouraged to join us for a summer of fun
“Watercolors” by Mahwah resident Joyce Lipman will be on display during the months of September and October.
“Model Railroading” Trains from the Mahwah Museum Donald Cooper collection will be on display during the
months of September and October.
The Mahwah Library Writers’ Collective meets every Tuesday evening from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. The group’s goal is
to support adult writers at all levels who are committed to their work. The collective will allow writers to share their
stories and receive constructive feedback. Writers working in fiction and creative non-fiction are welcome. You do
not need to be published to join. To encourage the writing process, we recommend that members attend regularly
and come prepared with copies of their work to share. You do not need to be a Mahwah resident to join and there is
no fee. Please call Cindy Hermann at (201) 529-2938 for more information and to join. During the months of July and
August the Group will meet on Summer Schedule
GET YOUR RESUME IN ORDER
“Job Search in the Age of the Internet: Resumes!! Resumes!! Resumes!!” A Jobs Workshop with Debra
Stark will held at the library on Wednesday September 16, 2009 at 7:00 PM. Unemployment is reaching
a rate not seen for over a decade. Over the past ten years some elements of the job search process
have changed. It’s time to update your job search skills. Topics to be covered include: a short overview
of how to write a resume, what to include and what to leave out, and words that will update your
resume. Then there will be time to work on your resume and (as time permits) get one-on-one resume
advice with a career counselor (so bring your current resumes). Debra Stark is Assistant Director of
Career Development and Placement at Ramapo College of New Jersey. ”Resumes!! Resumes!!
Resumes!!” is free. No tickets are necessary. Seats are on a “first come” basis.
CELEBRATE THE 400TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE HUDSON RIVER
The Mahwah Public Library invites you to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of Henry
Hudson’s exploration of the Hudson River at “Henry Hudson and His World: The Place
Where America Began” with Historian Tony Nappo on Tuesday September 1, 2009 at
7:00 PM. During Hudson's three-week exploration in September 1609 Hudson claimed
the river, fertile valley, and riches of timber and beaver for the Netherlands. Within 20
years a thriving colony and cosmopolitan city (New Amsterdam, now Manhattan) had been
established. Discover this vital, little known period in pre-English colonial America when
New Amsterdam became the gateway to a vast mixture of people that would come to define
a nation. Don't miss this entertaining and informative multi-media program with historian
Tony Nappo. Part of his presentation will include information from the book The Island at
the Center of the World: The Epic Story of Dutch Manhattan and the Forgotten Colony that Shaped America by
Russell Shorto. Tony Nappo recently retired as a teacher in the Middletown New York City School District. He holds
an MA in Soviet-American Relations from John Carroll University, as well as an MA in Instructional Technology from
the New York Institute of Technology. Tony has taught American History, World History, International Politics, and
Futuristics to secondary and college students for over 35 years. He is excited by the opportunity to share new insights
and historical interpretation surrounding the earliest settlement of New Amsterdam, and its evolution to the New York
City of today. “Henry Hudson and His World” is free. No tickets are necessary. Seats are on a “first come” basis.
DO YOU HAVE A “PIN”? MARK YOUR CALENDAR !!!!!!
A “pin” (Personal Identification Number) allows you to view your library Verismo Opera “Operalogue”
card account 24/7, see items you have checked out or on reserve, Metropolitan Opera Coloratura
(for 41 consecutive seasons in lead roles)
renew or request items and more. You can also go into “Catalogs and
Lucine Mara and Maestro Anthony Morss
Databases” to find, read, e-mail, or print-out full text magazine articles. reminisce and perform opera classics
See the Circulation staff to set up your pin number. Sunday October 4, 2009 at 2:00 PM
WE ARE HOT !!!!!!! Michele Ramo’s “Italian Tapestry”
Sunday October 11, 2009 at 2:00 PM
The Mahwah Public Library is now a Wi-Fi Hot Spot “Suburbitis” with Kevin Wright
offering wireless Internet to the public. Patrons do not Presented by the Mahwah Museum Society
have to register or be logged in to access the wireless Wednesday October 14, 2009
“Edgar Allan Poe and Bram Stoker”
A Meeting of the Macabre”
DOWNLOAD A BOOK OFF YOUR COMPUTER with the Traveling Literary Theatre
Sunday October 25, 2009 at 2:00 PM
Audiobooks can be downloaded onto your computer, MP3, or now onto
all Apple products. Critically acclaimed author, best-selling titles, lan- “Tea with Jane” screening of “Lost in Austen”
guage courses are now accessible day or night. Ask our how. and discussion with Carolyn Epstein of JASNA
(tea and scones provided)
Saturday October 17, 2009 at 1:30 PM
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