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EVENTS

Wednesday, February 10

Scrabble Club 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Scrabble Club
The library has started a Scrabble Club which will meet on the second Wednesday of every month, from 2 – 4 PM. Beginners, experts, and all word game enthusiasts are invited to join us at the library for a challenging and fun afternoon playing Scrabble. The club is free and open to the public. Scrabble boards, scoring materials, dictionaries and refreshments will be provided. We hope you will stop by and play a round with us.

Liner Notes! Listen, Talk, Read and Rock: A Club for Popular Music 7:00 PM
Liner Notes! Listen, Talk, Read and Rock: A Club for Popular Music
Are you a big fan of popular music and rock ‘n’ roll? Are you interested in discovering new music or sharing it with friends? Do you have strong opinions on your favorite bands and what people think about them? Let’s just say, do you just plainly miss Kurt Loder from MTV news? Then ‘Liner Notes’, the Library’s new music-listening/music-news/music-appreciation/music-everything group is for you! Think of it as a book club for popular music! Our inaugural meeting: "The Beatles are Overrated!"  Read more...

Thursday, February 11

Broadway’s Biggest Musical Flops and Hits 1:30 PM
Broadway’s Biggest Musical Flops and Hits
Eric Hafen, the Artistic Director of the Beckford Theatre at the Morris Museum, will be speaking about the history of musical flops and hits at this National Society Arts & Letters program.  Read more...

Sherlock Holmes on Film: <em>The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes</em> (1970) 6:45 PM
Sherlock Holmes on Film: The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970)
Join us this winter as we screen some of the many ways Sherlock Holmes has been featured in films from the 1930s to the present. Tonight's film is The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes.  Read more...

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NEWS

Exhibit: The Unique Work of Steve Storgion

Exhibit: The Unique Work of Steve Storgion
The library is hosting an exhibit of artwork by Steve Storgion, a native Morristown artist, in the second floor F.M. Kirby Gallery from January 18 through March 20. Mr. Storgion has a style reminiscent of Surrealism and Salvador Dali but also of illustrators of fantasy and science fiction novels who painted covers for The Lord of the Rings, Swords of Shannara and other series.  Read more...
 

Check out our Local History Articles in The Morristown Green.com!

Check out our Local History Articles in The Morristown Green.com!
At MorristownGreen.com you will find posts about interesting and often lesser known historical places in the Morris area! Greystone Hospital, poor little rich girls, and Johnny Harvard, the Guideless Wonder, are among a few of the stories that bring our community's history alive. With excellent collections and rigorous research, these articles, written by NJH&GC staff, highlight the lesser-known people, places and events that enlivened our local communities in years past.  Read more...
 

3M Cloud Library is Now Available for Audio and Ebooks

3M Cloud Library is Now Available for Audio and Ebooks
The library now subscribes to the 3M Cloud Library for our audio and ebooks. Download the appropriate app and get started. Once you have the app downloaded to your device, you can browse for books through the app or search for ebooks and audiobooks in the MAIN Library Catalog.

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