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Please contact or 201-796-3400, ext. 2 with any reference questions or questions about programs.

Wednesday, September 27th

Mitch Rosen, a twenty-six year decorated Port Authority Police veteran will provide valuable information regarding:

1. How victims are chosen

2. How muggers decide if you're a good victim

3. Benefit to having organized quality

4. Psychopaths share their secrets

5. Body Language

6. Protecting yourself

7. Situational awareness


Registration is required. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the program. 

Thursday, September 28th

At some point, we all have dreams that we know are trying to tell us something.  And while there are many reference books assigning meaning to the images revealed in our subconscious, those meanings come from people who do not know us or our lives, personally.  In fact, everyone has their own individual view of this world and all that is contained within it.  What frightens one person gives another one purpose.  So how can any dream symbol have a 'one-size-fits-all' meaning?  Join us as we learn to explore our dreamscapes from our own unique perspective. By entering our dreams as a student approaches a teacher, we open our minds and hearts to the rich landscape of the subconscious mind and access our higher self.  This workshop is a must-see for the serious student as well as the cosmic traveler.

Registration is required. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the program. 

Jefferson Harman is a Symbolic Intuitive, Dream Interpreter, Radio Personality & Writer who reads the symbols present in your dreams & everyday life.

Thursday, September 28th

Join Emiliana for a fun September craft making a beautiful mosaic tray. Supplies you need to bring in:
      - A hot glue gun (If you have one) 

      - If you have a serving tray from home that you would like to mosaic bring it in
      - A design in mind for your serving tray
The library will suppy everything else you will need. 


This program is open to patrons 18+ and Fair Lawn cardholders only. Registration is required.

Wednesday, October 4th

Join Carolina for a fun felt embroidery class honoring Latin American Heritage Month by stitching up a Sugar Skull ornament. We will use simple stitches to make our own Sugar Skull for El Dia de Los Muertos. All materials will be provided by the library. All you have to do is bring yourself and your enthusiasm! 


This program is open to patrons 18+ and Fair Lawn cardholders only. Registration is required.

Wednesday, October 4th

After decades of watching from home, professional storyteller Terry Wolfisch Cole finally had a chance to compete on her favorite game show…only to learn that she would face superchamp Amy Schneider. Hear more about Terry’s experience from audition through game day and find out what the experience taught her. There will be plenty of time for questions and answers (or will it be answers and questions?) at the end of the session.

Registration is required. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the program. 

Professional storyteller Terry Wolfisch Cole is the founder and host of Tell Me Another, a live show in the Hartford area. She is a Moth GrandSLAM champion whose story of running away from home was featured on the Moth Radio Hour and in Readers Digest. Terry regularly tells her own stories on stage, teaches workshops and offers one-on-one coaching for a wide range of public speaking purposes including fundraising and professional development.

Wednesday, October 11th

Georgia O’Keeffe, one of the most important and fascinating artists of the 20th Century,
has given us astonishing abstract images, radical depictions of giant flowers, dramatic
cityscapes, glowing landscapes, and haunting representations of bones against the stark desert sky. This talk will examine how her strikingly inventive works conveyed a spirit of
independence, adventure, and passion. Join us to learn why Georgia O’Keeffe and her works
have become an indelible part of the mythology and iconography of the American artistic landscape. 


Registration is required. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the program. 

Janet Mandel taught in New Jersey’s public schools for 32 years. In October of 2003 she was named runner-up for the New Jersey Council for the Humanities (NJCH) Teacher of the Year award and was formally recognized by the New Jersey State Legislature and Governor Codey for this achievement. In May of 2004 she was the recipient of the “Innovations in Special Education Award” from the New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA) and the Association of Schools and Agencies for the Handicapped (ASAH). Now retired, Janet presents illustrated talks on a variety of art history topics at adult schools, libraries, museums, senior centers, community centers, and similar venues.


No experience is necessary and the group meets on Zoom. Please email Justin to sign up. 


Join Carolina in the Level B Meeting Room for a fun hour of knitting, stories, tips and showing off your latest project. All levels welcome. 

1st Monday of the month 

Join other Chess enthusiasts for this drop-in chess club on Level B to the left of the globe.  


Looking to play some games online with staff and patrons? Our Adult Board Game Club is now virtual and meets weekly. If you are an adult and are interested in playing, email Justin and he'll tell you more and send you an invitation to our meetings. We have played some party games, and even enjoyed a space-themed RPG.


Enjoy drawing a still life or (clothed) model with Em on Zoom. No drawing or artistic experience is necessary, and new members of all ages are always welcome. You will need a drawing pencil, pad of drawing paper, and eraser or any medium you feel comfortable with. Email Em if you would like to join the group and she will send you a Zoom link the day of the program.

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