Inner Peace Through Meditation

Wednesday, August 4 at 7:00 pm

Meditation has been known as a healing modality. Join Bruce Faithwick, long time meditator, as he discusses the extraordinary positive effect that meditation can have on your life.

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New York Skyscrapers: 1870-1931

Tuesday, June 29 at 7:00 pm

Using original photographs and historic images, Kevin Woyce tells the stories of New York’s greatest skyscrapers, from the 1890 New York World building to the Woolworth, Chrysler, and Empire State buildings of the early 1930s. In this hour long lecture, he will explain how and why these landmarks were built, and introduce the architects and businessmen whose visions shaped the world-famous skyline.  Click here for the Zoom link.

The Power of Meditation and Gratitude

Wednesday, June 16 at 7:00 pm

Meditation has become increasingly more popular. It provides many life transforming benefits.  By meditating we become relaxed and calm as we come in contact with a state of inner peace and wellbeing.  When adding gratitude into our lives this can be a winning combination. Join Gaurav Singh, long time meditator and national speaker for this transformational workshop.  Click here for more information.

Meditation for Everyday Living

Wednesday, April 21 at 7:00 pm


In this fast-paced, stressful world we live in, is there a way to decompress, recharge and experience peacefulness? Explore the power of meditation with John Bednarik to transform our lives and find the joy and serenity we are longing for. Experience a simple, yet powerful method of meditation that can be used daily to enhance your life.

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Checkers Library TV

Tuesdays at 3:00 pm

Click on the picture to see the latest episodes of Checkers Library TV and to find out what Checkers, Snoozer and all his friends are doing this week!  For ages 5+.


New Jersey State Parks

Thursday, April 8 at 7:00pm

Some of New Jersey’s most exciting history can be found in our more than two dozen State Parks.

Old names such as Wawayanda and Hopatcong remind us of the Lenni Lenape, or “Original People.” Historic battlefields recall New Jersey’s perilous years as “the Crossroads of the American Revolution.” Abandoned forges still speak of our first great industry, and we can trace the beginnings of our transportation network in the paths of the Morris and the Delaware & Raritan Canals.

The slide show includes original photographs by Kevin Woyce of many of New Jersey’s beautiful state parks, plus vintage maps and images of historic people, places, and events.

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