Monday 9:30 am – 6 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am – 8 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am – 6 pm
Thursday 9:30 am – 8 pm
Friday 9:30 am – 5 pm
Saturday 10 am – 1 pm
Save the Date – Wine With Friends
Knitting with Neighbors
Registration required. Call — or Register Online.
Join our knitting teacher, Margaret Hope for our new “Knitting with Neighbors” group.
The group will meet the 1st, 3rd & 5th Tuesday of the month at 1pm. Bring your own project, or Margaret will show you how to knit. All supplies provided, but feel free to bring your own size 5 or 5.5 needles and yarn. Register Once and you will be on our “Knitting Club ” mailing list and will receive program updates and weather related cancellations.
Hooked on Crochet
Meets the third Wednesday of the month. Registration required. Register Online.
All levels of crochet experience welcome! Bring your own project to work on. Get Help from more experienced crocheters.
These meetings will be held in Scialla Hall, Brookside Community Church Register Once and you will be on our “Crochet” mailing list and will receive program updates and weather related cancellations.
Thursdays 9:00-10:00am Scialla Hall, Brookside Community Church Registration Required: Register Online
Join certified yoga teacher and Mendham-local, Sarah Whitman for a morning class of stretches and poses.
Everyone can benefit from yoga – stretch your body and calm your mind.
Bring a mat. Adults Only.
* Please note that from February 1st, our yoga classes will operate on a donation basis *
Sarah (our teacher) has generously donated her time weekly to the library up to this point, and we would like to compensate her for her time going forward. The amount you donate will be up to you – we are suggesting a donation of up to $5 per class. You will be able to donate via cash or via venmo directly to Sarah
Participants will be asked to sign a waiver.
Scialla Hall, Brookside Community Church Every Thursday, 1:30pm
Register Online Join our active Mah Jongg group for weekly in-person play. Register Once and you will be on our “Mah Jongg” mailing list and will receive program updates and weather related cancellations
Chess Club for Adults
Meets Every Other Thursday 6:30-8:00pm Registration required: Register online Do you like playing chess but have no opponent?
What to improve your skills and meet neighbors? Register once and you will be on our “Chess Club” mailing list, and will receive program updates and weather related cancellations.
Wednesday February 28th, 1.30pm Registration required. Register Online Book Club Meets the last Wednesday of the month
Read the book and come ready for a lively discussion Register Once and you will be on our “Book Club” mailing list and will receive program updates and weather related cancellations.
Recycled Magazine Bowl
Wednesday, March 6th, 1pm Registration Required: Register Online Join our friendly group to make a bowl from recycled magazines. All supplies are provided.
Jewelry Making Workshop
Wednesday, March 6th, 7pm
Registration required. Register Online
Back by popular demand! Create a unique piece of jewelry with local jewelry maker Julia Comick. Participants will have the option to create a stretch or wire bracelet to take home.
Please Note – Priority is given to Mendham Township Residents. Registration for Residents will open February 6th. Non-resident registration will open March 1st.
By registering, you are requesting a place at this workshop. Your place is not confirmed until you have received a confirmation email from April, our Adult Programmer.
Sponsored by Mendham Township Library.
How To Read A Painting
Thursday, March 7, 7pm
Registration Required: Register Online Have you ever looked at a painting and wished you could understand it more? This lecture serves as a guide to basic visual analysis. We will review some of the more common symbols and tropes seen in western painting. This lecture provides examples and practice in visual and contextual analysis while examining a variety of artworks. Join us in unpacking these paintings, improving our visual literacy, and increasing our appreciation of art!Our presenter is Mallory Mortillaro, an art historian and educator. She has ten years of teaching experience, and has worked on various art research projects for museums and organizations in the New York metropolitan area. She studied at Drew University. Mallory resides in New Jersey with her husband and daughter.
Sponsored by Long Hill Township Library.
Thursday March 14th, 10:00 am Registration required. Call — or Register Online.
Our friendly parenting group meets to discuss parenting and the challenges it can bring. Facilitated by Lyn Kleinman.
Non Fiction Book Club
Wednesday March 13th 1pm
Register Online Book Club meets the second Wednesday of each month. Read new titles and come ready for a lively discussion. Register Once and you will be on “Non Fiction Book Club” mailing list and will receive program updates and weather related cancellations.
Costa Rica Coffee Tour Experience
Monday, March 18th, 6:30pm
Registration Required: Register Online During this Coffee Farm virtual tour, participants will learn all about Coffee, the plant, the history, the production, even the chemistry of caffeine, we will see the whole process from the very seed to the preparation of a delicious cup of coffee in the old fashion way.
Sponsored by the Parsippany Library.
Impressionist Women Painters: Mary Cassatt & Berthe Morisot
Tuesday, March 19th, 7pm
Registration Required: Register Online Despite their relative obscurity, many women painters reached impressive heights of creative achievement and professional success in 19th through early 20th Century Paris. Two of the most exceptional are Mary Cassatt and Berthe Morisot. These women defied many social norms of their time to join the avant-garde alongside their more-famous counterparts, Manet, Monet, Renoir, Degas, and Pissarro. Join Janet Mandel as she explores these artist’s themes of modernity, imaginative portraits, bourgeois family and leisure life, unconventional landscapes, and contemporary fashion. Come and hear about these women’s struggles and triumphs and see an array of their astonishing and innovative works.
Sponsored by Kemmerer Library.
Thursday, March 21st, 6:30pm
Registration Required: Register Online Meaning “to write,” Pysanky uses melted bees’ wax to write on dyed egg shells creating brightly colored and intricate designs and patterns. Participants will learn the techniques needed to create this traditional Ukrainian art form and will make a colorful egg masterpiece to take home.
*Please Note – Priority is given to Mendham Township Residents.
Mendham Township Resident registration will open 2/21/24. Non Township Resident registration will open 3/14/24. By registering, you are requesting a place at this workshop. Your place is not confirmed until you have received a confirmation email from April, our Adult Programmer.
Lit candles and clothes staining dyes will be used during this workshop.
All spots will only be held for 15 minutes once workshop begins.