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We are excited to announce the launch of the new MAIN 3M Cloud Library, our new e-book and downloadable audiobook product. This service replaces Overdrive (DigitalLibraryNJ) which will expire at the end of February. Go to http://www.3m.com/us/library/eBook/index.html to download the App and get started.
Once you have the app downloaded to your device(s), you can browse the MAIN Cloud or search for e-books and audiobooks in the MAIN Library Catalog.
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We are pleased to offer more popular magazines through Zinio for Libraries. An example of new titles this year include: Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Vogue, The Atlantic and Architectural Digest. Click on the Zinio link to get a full list of magazines available with your library card. For more information on how to use this service please click here
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Wednesday, February 4
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Make your own Valentines! Join us to write poetry, paint, draw, and create beautiful valentine cards to send to loved ones. All levels are welcome and supplies will be provided by the library. Instructions will be simple and easy to follow. Please register as space is limited.
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Thursday, February 5
Red, white, sparkling, fortified and dessert wines: Italy has it all. Join Chef and food/wine writer Mark R. Vogel for a review of the wines of Italy. All of Italy's major wine regions will be discussed, with emphasis on Piedmont and Tuscany. Learn how to buy, store, and pair Italian wines with food as well.
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Thursday, February 26th ; 7-8pm
On the surface, Rita Gigante's family loooked like all the other Italian Catholics in her suburban New Jersey neigborhood. But behind closed doors, they had a secret- her father was a notorious crime boss Vincent "the chin" Gigante, head of all five New York crime families.
Meet Rita Giante and hear about her childhood and about the book she recently wrote, "The Godfather's Daughter". Rita takes us on her emotional and spiritual journey growing up on the fringes of the underworld.
Patrons will have an opportunity to purchase a book and have it signed at this event.
This event is free & open to the public. Registration is recommended: Sign up at the library, call 973-543-4018 or email firstname.lastname@example.org