Events & Information
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Understanding Mosquito Control
Wednesday, April 20 7pm
MARCH MAYHEM AT THE LIBRARY
Get in the game! This month be sure to stop by the library to participate in our March Mayhem bracket game. Patrons can vote each week. Weekly ballots are entered to win gift certificates to Rock River Yoga. Ballots are out NOW, so stop in.
(winners must be 16 years old to participate in yoga classes)
WE HAVE A WINNER!!!
Jake Z. is the winner for the Mystery Book raffle!
His entry for “Rooster is Off to See the World” (to which he gave “all the hearts”) was the winning entry drawn on Tuesday, March 1.
The library wants to commend Jake for his strategy. Since he read so many books and entered a ballot for each it would have been almost statistically impossible for him not to win!
Well done, Jake, and enjoy the $25 Suzi Cake gift card!
Don’t eat it all at once! Congratulations!
Be Sure to Visit in February!
Join us for Needlecrafts at the Library
AARP will be running the Tax Aide program at the Boonton Senior Center this year on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm.
Please visit the following website to book an appointment
or call 973-544-8293
We will resume regular hours on Saturday 11/28. Enjoy the holiday!
Free Financial Program
Ready or Not:
Planning for the Unexpected
Thursday, November 19 7:00pm
“Mining Iron in Northwest New Jersey”
presented by Stuart Lefkowitz
Wednesday, November 11 at 7:00pm
This book is a story in the words of the people, who lived there, worked there, and died there. Join us for this informative and interesting presentation. Free!
Want to learn a new language?
Click here to try!
Join us for our Fall Financial Series
Thursday September 10
Call 973-334-2980 to register
Written in Paint is a wrap!
Congratulations to our winner Marie DeVenezia for correctly identifying all 11 portraits. Well done!
Thank you to all who participated, and special thanks to Laurie for loaning us her artwork.
Now accepting your stories
The Boonton Tales project is up and running, so feel free to submit your stories.
Stories can be emailed to:
Ernie Piscatello submitted the first story on the subject of VE Day: May 8, 1945 and his memory of it. Click here to read it
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