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BAKE AND TAKE GRAB AND GO
Tuesday, December 7th
Come and pick up your own bread making kit to make a delicious loaf of bread. Perfect to make on a chilly day! Stop by the library on Tuesday December 7th for your kit that will be ready for pick up at the Circulation Desk. This program is open to 18+ Fair Lawn residents only. Registration required.
BEARING WITNESS FOR MY FAMILY: SURVIVING THE HOLOCAUST
Thursday, December 9th
Jerry Zaks is a 2nd generation survivor. His presentation shows that survival is dependent on your own strength as well as the actions of good people, resistors to the violence and murder. What began as a 2 hour interview with his parents in 1980 became a quest of researching and documenting the history of his parents’ experiences. Their story began in 1937 when his parents were 17 and 18 years old during WWII, surviving death marches and multiple concentration camps, eventually rebuilding their lives in America.
The Zoom link will be sent the day before.
HOLIDAY GNOME CRAFT
Thursday, December 9th
Join Em on Zoom and make a cute gnome for the holidays. You will need a pencil, scissors, and a glue gun. The library will supply all other items needed. Registration is required and limited. For Fair Lawn adult residents only. Supply kits can be picked up beginning Monday, December 6th.
The Zoom link will be sent a few hours before.
DECORATING GINGERBREAD HOUSES FOR ADULTS
Wednesday, December 15th
This will be in-person in the Level B room. Registration required and limited. Fair Lawn residents, ages 18+ only. Social Distancing and registrants MUST wear a mask during the program.
Our Adult Writers' Circle has not let the pandemic stop us, as we continue to meet. In fact, we are meeting more often than ever, once a week at the moment, Mondays at 7:00 pm. No experience is necessary and the group meets on Zoom. Please email Justin to sign up.
1st Monday of the Month
Join Carolina for a fun and lively Virtual Knitting Club where we talk about our projects and share ideas. All levels are welcome! The Zoom link will be sent the day before.
ADULT BOARD GAME CLUB
Looking to play some games online with staff and patrons? Our Adult Board Game Club is now virtual and meets weekly on Wednesdays at 7pm. 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.
Emiliana will continue to lead the group, only now in-person. These creative and stress-free meetings will take place every Thursday at 7pm. Enjoy drawing a still life or (clothed) model. 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. We will meet in-person at the library in the Level B Room. There will be social distancing. All patrons MUST wear a mask during the program.
ADULT PROGRAMS SLIDE SHOWS
My pet Mia is the cutest pet ever because she loves to read books and snuggle.
Max came to us from Liberty Humane Society because he needed a home, but we really needed him. He has a cute personality, sleeps a lot, and is a good cuddler. He loves to go on little walks even though he gets tired very fast.