Programs for All Ages

At the Boonton-Holmes Library we love to sponsor programs which appeal to residents of all ages.  These events are a great way for families and friends to enjoy fun, cultural experiences together.  Except for the occasional materials fee, the programs are free and open to the public.

First Friday, October 4, 5-8 p.m. Dog Fest!
In honor of National Shelter Dog Adoption Month, the library is celebrating all things
canine with a barking good First Friday party for the whole family, featuring:  North Star Pet Rescue & guests.  Cookie decorating & button making.  Face painting.  Refreshments and music on the porch.  No registration required.  Just come on in!

Monday, October 28, 7-8 p.m.  Scholarship Strategies for Finding and Winning the Money You Need.
Free program for students & parents
High school students and their parents are invited to join Jean O’Toole from Connections101. Jean is a nationally recognized outside scholarship expert. Over 150,000 students nationwide have attended her programs. She has helped students attend college for free thanks to her proven scholarship strategies. Registration required, please.  Click here to sign up.