February 5, 2019
The Main Library and Bellevue Ave. Branch will be closed on Tuesday, February 12 for staff training.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,
A Chautauqua
Wednesday, Feb 13 at 6pm

This Chautauqua (Living History) program focuses on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s spiritual journey from his youth to his opposition to the Vietnam War in 1967. The program is in 3 parts: Dr. King speaking about his life, Dr. King answering questions from the audience, and third part is the performer, Mr. Marvin Jefferson, stepping out of the King persona and answering questions about Dr. King.
Celebrate African American Authors
Every Wednesday Matinee
12 Years a Slave (2013)
Wednesday, February 6 at 2pm
Open Book/Open Mind:
Chris Wilson in Conversation with Charles Rosen
The Master Plan
Wednesday, February 6 at 7pm
Creativity Café with Creativity Caravan
Thursdays at 3pm
Darwin at 210: Evolution Stories and Craft
Thursday, February 7 at 4pm | Ages 6+
Money Talks: Financial Workshop with Q&A
Thursday, February 7 at 6pm
AACC Film Forum: Kehinde Wiley:
An Economy of Grace
Saturday, February 9 at 10am
“Era Uma Vez, na Biblioteca”: Storytime in Portuguese
Saturday, February 9 at 4pm | Newborns - 9yrs
Learn English at MPL
Monday, February 11 at 11am
Books and Bites: Advanced Reading Club
Monday February 11 at 4:30pm | Grades 3-5
I Survived the Children's Blizzard, 1888  by Lauren Tarshis
The Morris Museum Presents:
Coming to NJ: Immigration
Monday, February 11 at 1pm
This program, presented by educators from the Morris Museum, is an exploration of the diverse cultures that contribute to New Jersey’s history. Whether traveler’s reasons for coming were religious, political or economic, everyday men and women have contributed their stories to New Jersey’s rich history.