MEET THE by jianglifang




                                                          MEET THE                               Hog Heaven BBQ
                                                                                                 Monday · Sept. 20th · 6–7:30pm

bytes                                                    CHEFS
                                                          Evening Series with Local Chefs
                                                                                                 Restaurant L
                                                                                                 Monday · Oct. 18th · 6–7:30pm
                                                                                                   see page 4 for information
   Upper Saddle River Library

        the Newsletter of the                           Dear Residents,
     Upper Saddle River Library
                                                        I hope you have had a wonderful summer. I want to thank all of you for the
                                                        wonderful support you provided to the library during state budget negotia-
In This Issue                                           tions. While our state aid will be cut in half, enough money was returned to
Library Groups. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2    the budget to maintain delivery service and at least one database for 2010/11.

Noteworthy News. . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3       We have lots of wonderful events planned for this Fall. I hope you will take
                                                        the time to read through our newsletter and find something that interests
Adult Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4-5   you. If you have program ideas, or suggestions for additions to our collec-
                                                        tion please email me at
Pull Out Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6
                                                        Please notice some of the new services we have added over the summer.
Family Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 8      BeAT®–our downloadable book service is now iPad®, iPod®, iPhone®,
                                                        Blackberry® and Droid® adaptable, as well as other devices. We’ve added
Teen Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 9     many more bestsellers in audio and ebook format. The Friends have provid-
                                                        ed an early learning center computer with lots of software for the Children’s
Children’s Programs . . . . . . . . . . . page 10       room. Read about the free childproof web browser we can provide for you.
                                                        The Friends continue to provide museum passes and Sony® eReaders for
Fall Storyhours & Clubs . . . . . . . . page 11         your use. Don’t forget our Author Hold allowing you to put holds on your
                                                        favorite authors. Our wonderful new Media Center, provided by the
                                                        Woman’s Club of USR and the Friends of the Library is being well used by
                                                        everyone. Check out our new Independent Film Series. We want to thank the
                                                        SRV Junior Woman’s Club for the computer tables in the Children’s Room.

                                                        Read about our exciting new or continuing programs including Meet the
                                                        Chefs, Bridge lessons, an Art series and much more. Looking forward to
                                                        seeing you all at the library. ~Barbara

         Library Hours                                  Friends’ Meetings:                      Holiday Closings:
                                                        (membership open to all)                (see our website for up-to-date information)
Monday thru Thursday 10am to 9pm
               Friday 10am to 5pm                       Monday 11:30am, Lunch at 12 pm          Labor Day Weekend
            Saturday 10am to 5pm                        September 13 • October 4                Saturday, Sept. 4–Monday, Sept. 6
              Sunday 1pm to 5pm                                                                 Columbus Day
           245 Lake Street         Friends’ Book Sales:                                         Monday, Oct. 11
    Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458   • Sat. Sept. 25, 9–10am members only First Sunday Hours
 Ph. 201-327-2583· Fax 201-327-3966• Sat. Sept. 25, 10am to 1pm public  September 12, 1–5 pm
      Email:    • Tues. Nov. 2, Election Day   Book & Bake Sale: 10am–4pm         Register for Adult
                                                                        Free Programs On-line!
Board Of Trustees’ Meeting In The Gallery:                              visit our website:
Wednesday, September 15 at 7:30 pm September Ivan Boden–Photography
 Wednesday, October 20 at 7:30 pm October Lorrie Pallant–Watercolor     and click on our Calendar tab.
                                Library Groups
 Adult programs are open to Library cardholders in Bergen County. Programs are free unless noted. Registration is required as seating is limited.

                                                               New!                                                                 New!
            Independent Films                                                                      Chi Kung
             THURSDAY · October 7th · 7:30pm                                                       MONDAY MORNINGS· 11am–12pm
            “Jaffa” Directed by Keren Yedaya                                                       Sept. 13th–Nov. 22nd · 10 sessions
            FRIDAY · November 12th · 7:30pm                                                        No class on Oct. 11th
            “Alamar” Directed by Pedro González-Rubio                                              $65 USR cardholder/ $75 non USR
                New Program! See page 5                                                             New Fitness Class! See page 4

           Great Books & Great Conversations                                                       Strengthen,
           1ST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH · 7:30pm
                                                                                                   Tone & Stretch
SEPT. 7 GB Canterbury Tales                                                                        MONDAY MORNINGS · 9:45–10:45am
        Series 3, Volume 2, by Chaucer                                                             Sept. 13th–Nov. 22nd · 10 sessions
OCT. 5 GC Which New Era                                                                            No class on Oct. 11th
        Series 2, Volume 2 by Gordimer                                                             $65 USR cardholder/$75 non-USR
             Novels at Night                                                                       Pilates Classes
             1ST WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH · 7:30pm
             with moderator, Rhonda Wasserman                                                      MONDAY EVENINGS · 7:30–8:30pm
                                                                                                   Sept. 13th–Nov. 22nd · 10 sessions
SEPT. 15 Beginner’s Greek by James Collins                                                         No class on Oct. 11th
OCT. 6 Mockingbird: A Portrait of Harper Lee                                                       $65 USR cardholder/ $75 non USR
         by Charles Shields
                                                               In                                  Yoga Classes
            Coffee Talk
            2ND THURSDAY OF THE MONTH · 10:30am                                                     TUESDAY MORNINGS · 10 sessions
            A fun & relaxing group, caffeine provided!                                              Sept. 14th–Nov. 16th
                                                                                                    9:45am–All Levels
SEPT. 16 The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos R. Zafon                                                  11:00am– Gentle Stretch Seniors
OCT. 14 The Ask by Sam Lipsyte                                                                      $65 USR cardholder/ $75 non USR

                  Chat & Stitch                                                                    Tai Chi Chuan
                                                                                                   WED. MORNINGS · 11:30–12:30pm
                   WEDNESDAYS · 12pm            Drop-                                              Sept. 15th–Nov. 3rd · 8 sessions
                   Drop-in to our popular
                   and creative club. Meets in the Adult                                           $65 USR cardholder/ $75 non USR
                   Solarium. Stop by and join us!

                  Go Club                               Drop-                                      Zumba Classes
                   TUESDAYS · 7– 8:30 pm                                                           FRIDAY MORNINGS · 10–11am
                   Join us and learn one of the most                                               Sept. 17th–Nov. 19th · 10 sessions
                   intriguing games in the world
                   today. All skill levels are welcome.                                            $65 USR cardholder/ $75 non USR
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                     Noteworthy News
                                These Programs are available for Upper Saddle River Cardholders.

   Available to Cardholders                                             Borrow a Sony® eReader!
                                                       Two Sony® eReaders are available for patron use. Sony®
                                                       ebooks are downloaded on our library computer and the
Enjoy NYC’s Wonderful Museums titles are added to our ebook library. The loan period is
Borrow a day pass at the circulation desk and enjoy a two weeks. Visit for
day at NYC’s finest museums with your family. Passes complete information on borrowing the Sony® eReader.
may be reserved in advance. Visit our website for more
information. Passes are available for:
                                                                                Download Station
              • American Museum of Natural History               Access to the library’s premium subscriptions are only
              • Museum of the City of New York                   available at the Download Station. At Morningstar
              • Guggenheim Museum                                Mutual Funds® you may research mutual fund perform-
                                                                 ance online. At Cook’s Illustrated® print out recipes or
                                                                 search past issues. Visit Consumers Reports® and use
                BeAT® eAudio                                     their searchable database. Other magazines are accessible
   Downloadable audio, ebooks, music and video                   from your home computer via our website’s Database tab.

What’s New: Our ebooks and audio books, music
and video can be downloaded to many new devices and                                   Author Hold
new formats are being worked on every day. Some of               Reserve Your Favorite Author! Place a reserve on your
the new devices are: Ipad®, Ipod® and Ipod touch®,               favorite author once and you will automatically be on the
iPhone®, Droid®, Blackberry® and Windows® mobile,                reserve list each time that author publishes a new book.
PC’s and Mac®’s , Sony® eReader, Nook® reader and                Check the list of available authors at www.uppersad-
many more devices. A list of devices is located at      Complete the form online and                         email to or print the form out and
                                                                 return it to the library completed. Names will be placed
The iPhone® and iPad® require Apple® apps for                    on “Author Hold” as they are received. When an
Overdrive®, which are available free of charge at the            author announces a new publication, “Author Hold”
Apple® App store. iTunes® for all Apple® products and            patrons will be put on a reserve list.
Windows® media are required depending on your
device. Windows® Media Security is also required and                                Library Staff
is a free download. The Overdrive® media console
includes a version for PC’s, Mac®’s and mobile devices.          We are pleased to announce that Kathleen McGrail is
Adobe digital editions must be downloaded for ebooks.            our new Adult Services/Reference Librarian. Kathleen
We know that this can be quite confusing and this is             has been with us on and off since 1999 starting out as an
some basic information. Detailed instructions will be            assistant in the children's room. You may also know her
available on our website, print version available at the         as the Bogert School Librarian, or our Young Adult
library and they will be handed out at the classes we            librarian. She has also served on the Board of Directors.
will be offering. (See BeAT® classes on page 4).                 Kathleen is replacing Camille Steinfeld, who has moved
                                                                 on to be the Director of the Cliffside Park Library.
The Collection:. Many new titles for Adults, YA’s
and Children are added monthly. There are best sellers           We also welcome Omar Khan as our new Young Adult
fiction and non fiction, Frommers travel books, biogra-          Librarian. Omar received his MLS degree in June
phies, self help books, etc. Authors represented include         2010 and has been on the staff at the Washington
Steig Larsson, Isabel Allende, Elizabeth Gilbert, James          Township Library. When you visit the YA department
Patterson, Scott Turow, and hundreds more. Check out             please stop by and say hello.
the list at or from our website.
Look for the new titles list at the library or the website.      We wish them all the best of luck.
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                    Programs for Adults
 Adult programs are open to Library cardholders in Bergen County. Programs are free unless noted. Registration is required as seating is limited.

 New        Chi Kung Classes
     Increase your energy, improve your health!
        MONDAYS · 11am–12pm · 10 sessions
                                                                                          MEET THE
     Sept. 13th–Nov. 22nd · no class on Oct. 11th
 Fee: $65 USR cardholder/ $75 non-USR cardholder
Chi Kung is a method of balancing your body to increase
                                                                               Evening Series with Local Area Chefs
energy and improve overall good health and well being.
Learn a series of very slow movements along with simple                      Join us for our popular evening series featuring
breathing exercises that can be done by anyone. Chi                          chefs from local restaurants who will demonstrate
Kung’s great appeal is that everyone can benefit, regard-                    their skill as they prepare one of their signature
less of ability, age, belief system or life circumstances.                   creations in front of you! Registration is required.
Bart D’Andrea has studied under four Masters for the
past 15 years, Mantaulk Chia of Thailand, Ron Diana                                            Hog Heaven BBQ
of Westwood, NJ, the NYC Open Center and in Italy.                                      MONDAY · Sept. 20th · 6–7:30pm
                                                                             Bart Gaber, Chef/Owner at Hog Heaven BBQ in
                                                                             Sloatsburg, NY will share his tasty recipes with us!
                Piece A Quilt                                                                        Restaurant L
        THURSDAYS · 7–9pm · Seven sessions                                                 MONDAY · Oct. 18th · 6–7:30pm
    Sept. 16, 30, Oct. 7, 21, Nov 4, 18, & Dec. 2                            Aramis Melendez, Chef at Restaurant L in
Fee: $60 USR cardholders / $70 non-USR cardholder                            Allendale, NJ will demonstrate one of the restau-
Pick five coordinating fabrics for a machine pieced                          rant’s delicious and imaginative dishes.
table runner, wall hanging or couch throw. Award win-
ning quilter and experienced teacher Kathleen Davies                         Program is open to USR cardholders and their
will guide you through choosing fabrics, cutting, and                        guests. Non USR cardholders are placed on a wait
sewing your quilt top. The last two classes will focus                       list and will be called if there are openings.
on finishing your project: layering and basting, tying
or hand quilting the layers, and two methods of com-                                          Bridge Club
pleting the edge of your quilt.
                                                                                  MONDAYS @ 7pm · FRIDAYS @ 10:30am
                                                                               Program begins the week of September 13th
     Mystery Shopping 101                                                 Join us on Monday nights and Friday mornings. Players
                                                                          will be grouped by experience. Pre-registration is
           TUESDAY · September 28th · 7:30pm
                                                                          required for this event. Bridge club is open to library
Do you like to shop? How about dining out? Wouldn't it                    cardholders in Bergen County. No class on October 11.
be fun to get paid to do that? Mystery shoppers have
found a fun and flexible way to make money and be part
of all kinds of new experiences. As a mystery shopper,                                     BeAT® Classes
you can make your own schedule, work as much or as                           Learn How to Download Books and Music to your
little as you want, and have a chance to visit restaurants,                          Computer or Portable Devices
stores, and entertainment venues you might never even
imagine. Learn how to get started and build your busi-                    Let us walk you through the process of downloading
ness: how to become the best shopper you can be, tips                     books and media to your computer or portable devices.
to keep organized, and how to steer clear of the scams                    Sign up for one of the following 30 minute classes:
and fraudulent companies. Learn how to be a shopper in
demand with assignments you enjoy. Please bring a                         September 15th–7:30pm                     October 13th–7:30pm
notebook and pencil. Instructor Celia Milton.                             September 23rd–11am                       October 21st–11am
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                    Programs for Adults
 Adult programs are open to Library cardholders in Bergen County. Programs are free unless noted. Registration is required as seating is limited.

               Ichabod Crane                                                 Independent Film Series
Washington Irving and the Legend of Sleepy Hollow                                            In Our New Media Center
              THURSDAY · October 14th · 1pm
                                                                          Join us for a new film series! Each month we will fea-
Neill Hartley brings us an all new adaptation of this                     ture a newly released independent film. A discussion
horror story written by Washington Irving. The inter-                     will follow the film and refreshments will be provided.
active one-man interpretation of the story of the head-
                                                                                        THURSDAY · October 7th · 7:30pm
less horseman draws the audience into the schoolmas-
                                                                                       “Jaffa” Directed by Keren Yedaya
ter's world in sleepy Tarrytown. The program, followed
by discussion about this 19th century author who also                     In the heart of the Israeli city of Jaffa, Reuven's garage is
wrote Rip Van Winkle, ends with a dramatic reading of                     a family–run business. The garage workers consist of
the story's postscript.                                                   Reuven’s beautiful daughter Mali, his violent and distant
This program is offered through the Horizon Speakers                      son Meir, as well as a young Palestinian, Toufik. No one
Bureau of the New Jersey Council for the Humanities                       suspects that Mali and Toufik have been in love for years,
Refreshments will be served.                                              and that Mali is pregnant with Toufik’s child. As the two
                                                                          lovers secretly make their wedding arrangements, ten-
                                                                          sion steadily builds between Toufik and Meir, who open-
       Greenbaum Interiors                                                ly voices his disdain and prejudices about Arabs. As these
 How Working with a Professional Interior Designer                        relationships continue to intensify, emotions begin to
             can SAVE you Money                                           boil, resulting in an astonishing conclusion.
             THURSDAY · October 21st · 11am
                                                                                 Next Film: FRIDAY · November 12th · 7:30pm
Greenbaum Interiors VP Jack Ruthazer will lead a work-                           “Alamar” Directed by Pedro González-Rubio
shop to learn about why, how and how best to work with
an interior designer. Following the discussion, addition-
al senior Greenbaum Interiors design staff will give a                          Register for Free Adult
private design consultation to each attendee (5-10 min.).
Attendees should bring a floorplan or photo of the                                Programs On-Line!
room they want the GI design staff to help with.                          Visit our website: and
                                                                          click on our Calendar link and select the free program
                                                                          you would like to attend. Programs that require a fee
So You Want a New Kitchen                                                 must be registered in-person at the circulation desk.
             TUESDAY · October 26th · 7:30pm
“For a kitchen to be truly must really work”.                   Friday Afternoon Flicks
Are you seriously planning to remodel your kitchen?
Nancy Stern will share her remodeling info– budget,                          Join us in our new surround sound media center on
design, appliances, countertops, cabinets, lighting and                      the 1st Friday of the month at 12pm. A discussion
more. Nancy is Certified Culinary Professional and has                       will follow the film. Refreshments will be served.
participated in almost every aspect of the business. Her
background in food and her twenty-five years as a full-                              October 8th · “The Class” (French)
time kitchen designer and contractor will arm you with                       François is a tough but fair teacher working in one
the information needed to competently approach a some-                       of France's toughest schools. When the students
times-confusing subject.                                                     begin to challenge his methods François will find
Ms. Stern is a Certified Culinary Professional (C.C.P.),                     his classroom ethics put to the ultimate test.
and a member of International Association of Culinary                        Starring François Begaudeau, Franck Keita,
Professionals and the National Kitchen and Bath                              Nassim Amrabt, Esmerelda Ouertani.
Association, Northern NJ Chapter.
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                          Family Programs
           Programs are open to USR cardholders only. Pre-registration, in person, is required (unless program is designated as drop-in).

   JOIN          US FOR THE                         6TH ANNUAL DOG SHOW                                                     AND A

              Dog Day Afternoon!
                                                                         SATURDAY · OCTOBER 16 · 1–3pm
                                                                         Have your your dog compete in our 6th Annual Dog
                                                                         Show. Prizes and treats will be awarded in 20 cate-
                                                                         gories such as; Best Bark, Oldest in Show, Cutest Tail
                                                                         and many more.

                                                                         Register your dog at 1pm, then you and your pet may
                                                                         drop in for a Pet Psychic reading. Imagine the relation-
                                                                         ship you could have with your pet if you knew just what
                                                                         he/she was thinking. Shira is a gifted, spiritual psychic
                                                                         and has been reading professionally for over 20 years.

 • 6th Annual Dog Show                                                   In–person pre-registration is required. Donations of
 • Pet Psychic Shira Plotzker                                            dog food will be collected in lieu of admission fee.
 • Representative from a Local                                           Visit the library or check our website in September for
                                                                         up–to–date information about this fun family event.
   Animal Shelter

         MONDAY · September 13th & 20th · 10:15am
   Our classes include a variety of musical experi-
   ences such as singing, chanting, playing instru-
   ments and dancing. There is also time for musi-
   cal stories, books and props such as stretchy
   bands, scarves and beanbags to encourage
   active participation. Our little musicians
   are exposed to many music styles from all
   over the world as well as beloved standards
   from our American heritage.

   For children to age 3 with an adult caregiver.
   In-person registration is required, seating is limited!

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                Teen Programs Grade 6 & up
     Teen programs are open to USR cardholders only. Pre-registration, in person, is required (unless program is designated as drop-in).

New Arrivals!                                                            We Welcome Omar Khan                    as our new
                                                                         Young Adult Librarian. Omar received his MLS
 Come check out the new addition s to the                                degree in June 2010 and has been on the staff at the
                                                                         Washington Township Library. When you visit the
     YA Media & Book collections.                                        YA department please stop by and say hello.

                                                                               TAG -You’reIt!
                                                                             Teen Advisory Group
                                                                                       MONDAYS @ 7:30pm
                                                                                      First Meeting Oct. 4th
                                                                         TAG continues on Mondays: October 4th, November
                                                                         1st and December 6th. Come help the library serve
                                                                         young adults better. Make a difference! TAG selects
                                                                         the Young Adult CDs and DVDs.

                                                                           Homework at the Library
                                                                                 ...or at home· Gr. 6 & up
                                                                                                    TUESDAY · Sept. 21st @ 6 pm or
                                                                                                    WEDNESDAY · Sept. 22nd @ 4pm
                                                                                            Learn how to use the online cata-
                                                                                            log and learn about the many
                                                                                           online databases that the Library
                                                                                         subscribes to. These databases are
                                                                         useful for doing homework and projects on thousands
New Books: “Mockingjay” by Suzanne Collins, “Will”                       of topics. You may access them from the Library com-
by Maria Boyd, “Only the Good Spy Young” by Ally                         puters or from home. Registration is required.
Carter, “The Body Finder” by Kimberly Derting.
New DVDs: “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”                                                               ••
New CDs: “Nobody’s Daughter” by Hole, “Don’t
Forget” by Demi Lovato, “Congratulations” by MGMT.


                                                                                                 WI I                    ™

             Movie Mondays
                           MONDAYS @ 3 pm
                     Gr. 6 & up · Begins Sept. 27th
                Come relax with friends after a hard day                   Open Wii™ gaming after school on Wednesdays @
                 at school with popcorn and a movie.                      3pm! Drop–In for grades 6 and up. Begins Sept. 29th
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                     Children’s Programs
    Children’s programs are open to USR cardholders only. Pre-registration, in person, is required (unless program is designated as drop-in).

 HalloweenEvents@ theLibrary
 Scarecrow Making                                                               Halloween
    Contest                                                                    Spooktacular
      -I    n
 Drop            Fun for the                                                      Mark Zacharia
                Whole Family!                                                     FRIDAY · October 29th · Beginning at 6 pm.
          SUNDAY · October 24th · 2– 4 pm                                         For Grades 1 & up! Registration required.

Join us for our annual Scarecrow making contest; we                        Starting at 6pm we turn down the lights as Mark
provide all scarecrow materials or you can bring your                      Zacharia, a professional magician, performs ‘spook-
own. Prizes will be awarded in five categories. Winners                    tacular tricks. Refreshments will be served after the
will be notified. Donations of old clothing, hats, etc.                    show. Come wearing a costume and be entered in our
will be gladly accepted.                                                   special raffle. Hope to see you there!

                    ELF™ Child-Safe Browser

                Elementary Learning Fun for the Entire Family!
Kids Explore on their Own                                                  Available for Home
This Early Literacy Station for children ages 2–10                         USR Library cardholders will have free access to the
years, features an All-in-One-Touch Screen, children                       ELF Browser at their home! Please bring a memory
do not need to use a keyboard or mouse.                                    stick to download the browser.

Safe Educational Content
Educational places are age appropriate and cover seven
subject areas and that are fun, safe, and minimally
commercial, such as:
 • National Geographic for Kids
 • Starfall- Early Reading Activities
 • Senses Test
 • Science News for Kids
 • NY Times for Students
 • Online Planetarium                                                      Made possible by a generous donation from the
 • PBS Kids                                                                Friends of the Upper Saddle River Library.
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            Fall Storyhours & Clubs
    Children’s programs are open to USR cardholders only. Pre-registration, in person, is required (unless program is designated as drop-in).

   Fall Session Sept. 27th –Dec. 9th · Registration begins Sept. 20th
Drop-In Playtime                                 Book Club • Gr. K-1                               Chess School
                                                 We’ll tie in books to an art lesson               WEDNESDAYS
Newborns to 2yrs.                                and other creative activities.                    Sept. 29–Dec. 1
Must be accompanied by an adult                                THURS. 3:15– 4pm                    no class on Nov. 3, 24
caregiver. Unstructured play plus cir-                         Sept. 30–Dec.9                      Grades K & up
cle time, rhymes, songs and stories.                           no class Nov. 4 & 25                Fee: $40 for 8 weeks
WEDNESDAYS · 10:15–11am                                        1st book:
Sept. 29–Dec. 8                                                “Library Mouse”                     Beginner & Adv. Beg. : 3:15pm
no class on Nov. 24                                            by Daniel Kirk                      Children learn how the pieces
                                                                                                   move and capture.
Preschool · 3 Year Olds                          Book Club • Gr. 2-3                               Intermediate Class: 4:15
Books, circle time, and other activi-            Join us for a fun book discussion                 Children must know all the chess
ties for children who can participate            with activities.                                  rules and be able to play the game
without an adult partner present.                              MONDAY 3:30–4:15pm                  to the end (checkmate).
MONDAYS 1–1:45 pm                                              Sept. 27–Dec. 6                     Instructor: Diana Tulman of the
Sept. 27–Dec. 6                                                no class Oct. 11, Nov. 22           International Chess Academy
no class on Oct. 11, Nov. 22                                   1st book:
                                                               “Baloney (Henry P.)”                Read to Our Friends
                                                                by John Scieszka
Preschool · 4-5 Year Olds                                                                          Grades 1– 5
Books, circle time, and other activi-                                                              Sign-up for a 20 minute session
ties for children who can participate            Book Club • Gr. 4-5
without an adult partner present.                Join us for a fun book discussion    Murray on MONDAY
TUESDAYS 1–1:45 pm                               with activities.                     4-5pm · Sept. 27–Dec. 6
Sept. 28–Dec. 7                                               THURSDAY 3:30–4:30pm no class Oct.11, Nov. 22
no class on Nov. 2 & 23                                       Sept. 30–Dec.9
                                                              no class Nov. 4 & 25               Daisy on TUESDAY
Please Note: In person registration                           1st book:                          4-5pm · Sept. 28–Dec. 7
is required for all Children’s story-                         “How to Save Your Tail”            no class Nov. 2 & 23
hours, clubs and programs.                                    by Mary Hanson
                                                                                      Jet Star on THURSDAY
                                                                                      5–6pm· Sept. 30–Dec. 9
    Homework at the Library                                                           no class Nov. 4 & 25

          ...or at Home – Gr. 4 & 5                                                                   September is Library
                                                                                                      Card Sign-up Month!
                                Monday · Sept. 20 @ 6pm                                            Your library card is the most impor-
                               or Tuesday · Sept. 21 @ 4pm                                         tant school supply of all! Zoe will
                                                                                                           be visiting the Kindergarten
                Learn how to use the online catalog and learn about the                                     classes this fall and hand-
 many online databases that are useful for doing homework and projects                                         ing out library card reg-
 on thousands of topics at the Library. Registration is required.                                               istration forms.

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