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320 Boulevard Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604   | Call us on (201) 288-0484

What do we have to offer?

We currently offer a rotating list of program, including concerts, lectures, demonstrations, meeting groups, and a monthly Afternoons @ The Library series of seminars.

Check out our calendar to see all our scheduled programs and events!


Upcoming Events

Group events such as the Crafts to Share and the Book Discussion Club will be conducted both as virtual through Zoom as well as in-person meetings. All dates and times will remain the same.

Bergen County Surrogate’s Court Information Session

In-Person

Presented by: Judge Michael Dressler

Thursday, October 7 @ 6:30PM

The impact of COVID-19 in Bergen County has been profound. Situations have arisen as a direct result of the current health crisis that underscores more than ever the need for us to consider the importance of having such critical documents as a Last Will & Testament, a Medical Directive, or a Power of Attorney. Join Judge Michael Dressler for a discussion on the documents mentioned above, estate tax consequences in this day and age, and any of your needs as they relate to the Surrogate’s Court.

Registration required.

Seating Limited

Eating Healthy for Diabetes

In-Person

Presented by: Julianne Gallo

Thursday, October 21 @ 6:30PM

We will have an in-person presentation just in time for the holiday season! When managing your diabetes, it’s hard to find the right balance of food to maintain that healthy blood sugar. Join ShopRite of Lodi Registered Dietitian Julianne Gallo and learn simple steps to help make that work for you.

Registration required.

Seating Limited

Cyber Security Awareness

In-Person

Presented by: Sgt. Eric A. Acosta, NJ State Police.

Thursday, October 28 @ 6:30PM

The best way to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of cyber crime is to understand what is at stake. As part of Cyber Security Awareness Month, the library is hosting a presentation from the New Jersey State Police on the best practices to avoid cyber attacks. Sergeant Eric Acosta will go over topics such as Ransomware, Credential Compromise, Email Spoofing, and more. A Q & A session will be available after the presentation

Registration required.

Seating Limited

Student Transition Webinar: Transitioning into Adult Life
Services for Individuals with Disabilities

On-line via Zoom

Presented by: Caregivers of New Jersey

Thursday, November 18 @ 7:00 – 8:00 PM

This zoom webinar will provide valuable information to better prepare individuals with disabilities and their families for the transition into adult life services. Topics will include the step-by-step transition process, Medicaid eligibility, support coordination, choosing the right support coordination agency, and much more!

Registration required.

Ongoing Adult Programs

Crafts to Share Club

NOTE: Change in Date/Hours!

Second Tuesday [Evening]
October 12, 2021 @ 6:00PM – 8:00PM

Last Wednesday [Day]
September 29, 2021 @ 1:00PM – 3:00PM
October 27, 2021 @ 1:00PM – 3:00PM

NOTE: We will now have meetings both in-person and via Zoom!

Drop in the second Tuesday evening or [NEW] the last Wednesday during the day to chat and work on a crafty project! Enjoy getting to know other crafters in your community while you knit, crochet, embroider or craft anything! We have donated yarn for any crafters looking to create for a good cause. In person and on zoom!

All are welcome, from beginners to advanced.

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Book Discussion Group

The group meets the fourth Tuesday of every month from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Call the front desk to get more information and find out about book selections. The group will now be meeting both in-person and virtually.

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Authors and Writers Group

Tentative Meeting Date in 2022! Stay Tuned!

All writers are welcome to attend our monthly meeting. We have beginners with big ideas to professional book authors and journalists who come and share their work, their constructive criticism, and their experience in the writing field. Please check our calendar for details on our next meeting.


Any Ideas?

Interested in pitching a program? Saw someone interesting we must book? Contact our Adult Services Department at 201-288-6653.