Emily Warren Roebling was called "one of the most noted women in the country" and "the most famous woman in New Jersey"... yet today, few people even recognize her name! Just who was this remarkable woman? Join us for this afternoon program on Saturday, Septepber 13th.
You bring the family and we'll provide everything you need to make a fun, creative holiday craft that the whole family will enjoy making and bringing home to share. Join us in the library theatre from 11:00am to 1:00 pm.
For thousands of years the Lenape Indians lived in these forests. They lived close to the land, existing in balance with nature. Find out how nature provided for all their needs and gain insight into their lifestyle while viewing and touching real artifacts that were used hundreds of years ago by the Lenni Lenape. Our guest speaker, Jenny Guas-Myers, has been the Superintendent of Environmental Education for the Morris County Park Commission for 6 years. This program is appropriate for adults and children 3rd grade and up!