New @ Your Library: Games for All!
Did you know that games are great for your mind and spirit? They keep your brain agile and are a wonderful way to socialize. We are starting 2 new clubs this spring:
Tuesdays, 11 a.m.-12 noon: Card Club — Canasta, Rummy, Casino. All levels are welcome
Thursdays, beginning May 3, 11 a.m.-12 noon: Mah Jongg Club. All levels are welcome. Instruction on site.
Come on in and give it a whirl. Registration required, please.
Free Computer Classes
Wired Wednesdays, 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. April 18: One-on-One PC help and troubleshooting by appointment only. May 2: iPads and Android Tablets for Beginners and Intermediate Users.
Space is limited for all workshops. Registration required, please. No exceptions!
Daytime Book Club in Formation
Do you love to read and talk about the great books you have enjoyed? If so, you might like to sign up for the Library’s new fiction book club which is in formation. Call Lotte at 973-334-2980 x 103 to learn more.
Learn a new language today using Rosetta Stone.
Library card holders can log in and immediately start learning a new language!
Click the link to EBSCO below, log in using your sixteen digit number, scroll down the list of databases, click on the Rosetta Stone icon. The platform will ask you to set up an account by entering your e-mail and a password. Once that’s done, you’re set to go.
3M Cloud Library + Bibliotheca
Your ebook and audiobook resource.
Click the logo below for access to thousands of e and audiobooks
for free with your library card.
The new site contains 6 billion historical records…
from the United States and across the globe!
You can access MyHeritage from the library or your home computer using
your sixteen digit library card number.
Zinio Digital Magazines
Click below to access free digital magazines.
Simply click, create an account and begin reading!
WANTED: Boonton yearbooks
The Library and High School are looking to complete their collections of yearbooks. Both collections have missing years. If you have any of the following years and are interested in donating, please contact the library 973-334-2980
Anything before 1927