News & Announcements
Food for Fines
Bring in one canned food item or write a check payable to Long Valley VAP and fines up to $5 can be forgiven. The following is a list of items the food pantry is most in need of: coffee (instant or ground), teabags, shelf-stable milk, vegetable oil (48 oz), mayo (30 oz), canned chicken (5 oz), maple syrup, pancake syrup, canned fruit, peanut butter, jelly (grape or strawberry), toilet paper, cold cereals (cheerio’s, corn flakes, etc – no high sugar), hot cereals (oatmeal, cream of wheat, etc), white rice (2 lb bags), stuffing mix, instant potatoes.
Bring It To The Table
Join us Tuesday, October 9th at 6:30 p.m. for a screening of “Bring It To The Table,” a film and interactive project that encourages participants to reach across ideological lines about issues that often divide us. Created by award winning filmmaker, Julie Winokur, “Bring It” inspires people to examine their own biases, listen closely, and engage in meaningful discourse that will move us away from gridlock and towards a stronger democracy. After the movie, there will be an opportunity to speak openly and authentically to others. No ranting. No rhetoric. Just straight, honest talk that reveals our value systems behind our personal politics views. We will talk one-on-one to each other, neighbor to neighbor, as we explore the wide middle ground we have in common that is currently overlooked by our two party system. Click here to register.
Lifetime Learning Fall Session
The fall session of Lifetime Learning, sponsored by the Friends of the Washington Township Public Library is now available!. Click here for the brochure, or stop by the library to pick one up.
Tai Chi & Qigong
Stan Cohen will lead a 12-part Tai Chi for Arthritis series that includes Qigong and breathing warm ups. Classes will be held Monday afternoons from 2 – 3 p.m., starting September 17th. Cost for the series is $40. Registration forms are available online and at the library.
Traveling? Need to access the Internet and maybe don’t want to use up your data plan? Washington Township Public Library is lending mobile hotspots to Washington Township residents who are 18 years or older. Want more information? Stop by the library or give us a call!
Due to high demand: limit 1 per household per month.
We are excited to announce a great service that will allow you to easily keep track of everything going on at the Washington Township Public Library! Burbio.com is a FREE website and app that puts library, school, and other local events all in one calendar. You can create a personalized event feed and even sync events to your Google or iPhone calendars! You’ll also be notified when events change or get cancelled.