We have Read to a Dog this Saturday, November 1st, from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. One of our regular therapy dogs, Janie, shown here on the right, will be taking a break from visiting us. We'll miss you Janie! But we are so excited to have Janie's German Shepherd Dog sister Kaelin coming in her place. Kaelin makes her first appearance this Saturday, and she is looking forward to meeting some new friends! More details are available here. Woof!
The popularity of the PBS series Downton Abbey has sparked our interest in the Edwardian era, which was a time of great disparity between the haves and the have-nots. Wealthy aristocrats owned huge manor houses and reveled in luxury, leisure, and extravagant entertaining. The rich expected their every whim to be indulged, and all their daily needs to be fulfilled, by the less-fortunate souls who served as their domestic servants.
Known as “The Golden Age,” the Edwardian period began in the late 19th century. Its foundation was shaken in the 1910s as the winds of change brought a time of greater social mobility within the rigid British class system. Come learn about this fascinating time and the people who lived it. You don’t need to be a Downton Abbey fan to enjoy this interesting historical presentation!
Join us on Saturday, November 8th at 2:00 pm! Register for this free program here.
Some may already be familiar with Zinio as the Denville Public Library subscribed to it in the past, but Zinio For Libraries is now available to all MAIN Library Card Holders! If you were previously registered with Zinio in the past, you will need to register again with the service.
Just click on the Zinio link above, and this will take you to the MAIN launch page. Click on “Create New Account” in the upper right corner of the screen, enter your library card, and fill out the account information. After checking out a magazine, you will be prompted to login to Zinio.com. You will have to click on CREATE AN ACCOUNT and enter the required information. (IMPORTANT: YOU MUST USE THE SAME EMAIL ADDRESS FOR BOTH ACCOUNTS) You should now be all set!
If you have not set up your Zinio account, what are you waiting for? Zinio offers access to 50 popular magazines through your tablet, smartphone or computer. Click here for account set-up instructions.
Are you tired of using sound recordings, or costly computer programs to help you learn a foreign language? Do you have plans to travel overseas in 2014, but are worried about communicating in a strange land? Do you just want to learn a language for fun?
The library has just the thing for you – Mango Languages. Providing over 30 languages for English speakers to learn from, Mango is a fun, and easy way to pick up a new language. It even has 14 different ESL courses for non-native English speakers.
No check-outs are involved with Mango. The only thing that is needed is a valid Denville Library card and a computer. There is even an app for Android and iOS users, so you can use Mango Languages on the go. (The app requires going onto a computer one time to create an account.)
If you’re ready to start a conversation, click on the image to try out Mango Languages today!
Your FREE entry to art, culture, entertainment and so much more!
Denville Public Library presents the Museum Pass! Visit the library, see staff for availability and use your Denville Library card to check out a museum pass. The Museum Pass offers patrons FREE admission to The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, Montclair Art Museum, The Museum of Early Trades and Crafts and The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms.
How the passes work:
Passes are good for one visit.
Passes are not renewable.
Passes check out for three days.
Pass will not be replaced if lost or stolen.
Only one pass can be checked out at a time.
Please remember to cancel an unwanted pass before the day of your planned visit, or you will not be allowed to place additional reservations for 30 days.
Passes may be reserved, call or come into the Library to reserve one today!