Senior Bus Schedule
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Friday Afternoon Film
Friday, January 23, 2015
Join us for an afternoon film screening. The January film will be
Hundred Foot Journey
Refreshments will be served!
Senior bus service is available call 973.445.9158 one day in advance to schedule a ride.
May 29th from 7:00pm-8:00pm
Got questions about your e-reader? We have answers!
Come and learn how to fill your e-reader with free books from the library!
We are here to help you learn how to download e-books from our Digital Library to your iPad, Kindle, Nook, and other mobile devices.
Did you know you can also read e-books on your home computer or laptop?
Come to our E-Reader Extravaganza to learn how.
Please bring all passwords related to your mobile device (iTunes, Amazon, Barnes & Noble etc.) as well as any cords you may have.
Call for more information: (973) 345-8120
Or email Jessica at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult Book Discussion
Monday, January26 @ 6:45pm
The adult book discussion group is always accepting new members, and light refreshments will be served!
The January discussion title is The Lady and the Unicorn by Tracy Chevalier.
Pick up your copy from the circulation desk!
A tour de force of history and imagination, The Lady and the Unicorn is Tracy Chevalier’s answer to the mystery behind one of the art world’s great masterpieces—a set of bewitching medieval tapestries that hangs today in the Cluny Museum in Paris. They appear to portray the seduction of a unicorn, but the story behind their making is unknown—until now.
Paris, 1490. A shrewd French nobleman commissions six lavish tapestries celebrating his rising status at Court. He hires the charismatic, arrogant, sublimely talented Nicolas des Innocents to design them. Nicolas creates havoc among the women in the house—mother and daughter, servant, and lady-in-waiting—before taking his designs north to the Brussels workshop where the tapestries are to be woven. There, master weaver Georges de la Chapelle risks everything he has to finish the tapestries—his finest, most intricate work—on time for his exacting French client. The results change all their lives—lives that have been captured in the tapestries, for those who know where to look.
In The Lady and the Unicorn, Tracy Chevalier weaves fact and fiction into a beautiful, timeless, and intriguing literary tapestry—an extraordinary story exquisitely told