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Special Events

Traditional Chinese Culture & Shen Yun 
Wednesday, February 27, 6:30PM
The Chinese New Year starts this February. Capture the essence of traditional Chinese culture and the beliefs that are the foundation of various cultural forms, including dance, music, martial arts and education with a video and slide presentation by Teresa Shen.

Cybersecurity Workshop
Tuesday, March 5, 6:30PM

Cybersecurity is a growing issue as data breaches, scams, and identity theft are on the rise. But there are steps you can take to improve your security and keep your identity safe.

To help attendees better understand the threats to their cybersecurity, this interactive workshop will cover:

The top 10 identity theft threats you face and the actions you must take to stay safe
Three mindsets that will boost your cybersecurity
How an email address can protect your financial accounts
The four ways to protect your wireless network from hackers
How to beat the password paradox
One action that will keep hackers out of your finances and your life
The one thing all security experts do—and you should, too
How to beat ransomware with the “Rule of Three”
The 10-Second EMAIL Rule that will stop phishers in their tracks
This workshop will also allow attendees to create an action plan to improve their cybersecurity and will also provide a cybersecurity checklist to follow.

Presented by Bautis Financial of Montclair, NJ.

Organizing Your Life
Tuesday, March 12, 6:30PM

This presentation by Marilyn Shain Labendz, takes the audience through different home storage situations, before and after photos, the how-tos of letting go, and where to get rid of "stuff". Throughout the presentation there is interactive participation, questions and answers and humor. Marilyn is passionate about making your "stuff" more accessible, your space more effectively used, and your life simpler.

Irish Music Concert
Saturday, March 16, 1:00PM

Join us as we welcome back local musicians Patrick Collins on mandolin, guitar, and harmonica; Paul Black on guitar and bodhran, David Sherman on mandolin and guitar and Russ Kelner on fiddle. They will charm you with traditional Irish tunes including many favorites from the Clancy Brothers. Refreshments will be served.

Reservations are required for this event.

A Life of My Own: Meeting Eleanor Roosevelt
Tuesday, March 26, 6:30PM

Actress Linda Kenyon who visited our Library last year as Julia Child , brings to life one of America's most beloved First Ladies, This one woman play written by Stephen LaRocque follows Eleanor's evolution from uncertain young bride to an American woman of strong opinions and towering influence. Ellie Seagraves, granddaughter of Eleanor Roosevelt, says Kenyon has the "voice, gestures, warmth and engaging personal touches of Eleanor Roosevelt. What Kenyon does with this role is the best I've seen or heard." Sponsored by the Women's Club of Caldwell.

Reservations are required for this event.

Book Clubs

Afternoon Book Group
2nd Tuesdays at 3:00 p.m.

A Readable Feast Book Group
First Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.


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