It’s time to start marking your calendars for our November virtual lectures! Here’s what wonderful and informative programs we have planned for the month of November. These programs will take place via and zoom and registration is required. The day before the program, information on how to access the event will be emailed to registered participants.
Millionaire’s Row on the Palisades: A Glimpse of the Gilded Age| Thursday, November 5 @ 7pm
Through images and narrative presented via Zoom, historical interpreter Eric Nelsen brings the story of the grand estates — and the families and servants who lived at them — to vibrant life.
Interior Design Basics for Your Home | Thursday November 12 @ 7pm
Design expert Marcie Cooperman will cover the three concepts that are most important to making a comfortable and well-designed living space according to the principles of interior design: the floor plan, the colors you use, and the the style of your furniture.
Dishing Up New Jersey: Exploring the State’s Food Traditions | Wednesday, November 18 @ 7pm
Join author John Holl as he takes a culinary journey through the state to talk about recipes, the importance of traditions, and the flavors that bring everyone to the table. From practical recipes that evoke strong memories, to ones that are fun to make together.
We hope to see you at one of these virtual events!
-Jessica, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian