It's Not Hard to Carry Your Card...on Your Phone
The library is now pleased to accept library barcodes on any smartphone barcode app. Download an app such as Card Star or Key Ring to store your barcodes on your phone. Use it just as you would the physical card.
*Please be aware that not all libraries have access to scanners that accept barcodes from phones. Bring your physical card when traveling to other libraries.
Friends of the Library Fundraiser
Lost in Lvov: a Love Letter to Fair Lawn
International Entertainer, Award Winning Multimedia Solo Performance
Starring Fair Lawn's Sandy Simona Friday, September 30th at 7pm
Tickets will go on sale Thursday, September 1st and are $7 each. They will be available at the Reference Desk and at the door.
Click HERE for more information.
LIBRARY RECIPE OF THE MONTH
SEMOLINA HALWA made by Satwinder Farmah
The Library Recipe Club had a cooking demonstration by Satwinder Farmah on Thursday, September 29, 2016. Satwinder made Semolina Halwa a popular Indian dessert made with semolina, sugar, fresh shredded coconut, raisins and butter. You could eat this dessert hot or when it is cool. You could could enjoy some tea or coffee with it. This dessert is easy to make and delicious for the whole family.
1 cup of Semolina (Sooji)
1 cup of sugar
4 cups of water
1 full stick of butter
1 handful of shredded coconut
1 handful of raisins
1 pinch of red food coloring for color
Melt butter in a large non stick pot. While butter is melting, boil water in a separate pot and add a pinch of red food coloring when water boils. Stir Semolina into melted butter. Continue stirring for about 10 minutes until semolina and butter are light brown. Add sugar, boiling water, shredded coconut and raisins into the pot with butter and Semolina. Continue stirring for 5 to 7 minutes until everything starts to bubble. Should look thick like oatmeal. Serve hot or cold.
Montclair Art Museum
Storm King Art Center - New!
Fair Lawn Library members may now borrow passes to the Montclair Art Museum and Storm King Art Center, a unique outdoor sculpture garden in New Windsor, NY. Passes to Storm King will be available beginning on April 2nd, 2016.
Two adults and all children under 18 may visit the museum free of charge. Passes will be loaned for 7 days and may be reserved 24 hours in advance.
Stop by the Reference Desk or call 201-796-3400/extension 5 for more information.
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NOOKS NOOKS NOOKS
Thinking about buying an e-reader? Looking to keep up with new technology?
Or are you just trying to jump the line and bring home a bestseller?
Then take home one of our Nooks!
We have added even more titles for 2016.
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The Fair Lawn Library Children’s Department would like to thank the following sponsors for providing incentives and support for the 2016 Summer Reading Club. Please support our sponsors: we couldn’t run such a successful program without them!
Brunswick Fair Lawn Lanes
The Fair Lawn Chamber of Commerce
Chuck E. Cheese
Fair Lawn Friends of the Library
Paramus Golf & Country Club
Rita’s Italian Ice
River Road Hot Bagels
Shop-rite Inserra Supermarkets
Fair Lawn Library's Story Walk at
Berdan Grove Park
Courtesy of Wayne Robbins for Inside Fair Lawn
The Pine Times
Are You Keeping Up With All of the Happenings at the Library?
Read the Pine Times!
The fall issue of the Pine Times, written by Justin Portelli,
is now available to view online:
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