Thank you to all presenters and patrons who participated in the summer seminar series this year. Over the course of 8 seminars, we had 648 in attendance. This averages to 81 per seminar, which is very respectable indeed.
Other Programs this Summer...
Tuesday, Aug 14th @ 7pm
“The Beatles - 50 Years Later”
The music of The Beatles has spanned generations and this presentation explores why - what made them unique and why their music enjoys such longevity. Barry Wiesenfeld will discuss details of recording techniques, lyrical depth, musical innovations and share behind-the-scenes stories. This single session meeting reveals aspects of The Beatles that most people have not been exposed to previously, and imparts a deeper appreciation and understanding of the band and their music. Free. Please register here.
Monday, September 24th at 7pm
Communication Strategies for People with Hearing Loss, and the People they Communicate with
Pat Dobbs, Hearing Loss Advocate (President, HLAA-Morris County Chapter), visits the Library to help those with hearing loss learn and employ proven communication strategies, enabling everyone with this ‘invisible disability’ to better cope with everyday hearing and communication challenges.
Films at the Library
Free. No registration required.
(Film synopses derived from IMDb.)
Saturday, August 18h @ 2pm
2015/ 121/ PG-13
Director: Nancy Meyers
Stars: Robert DeNiro, Anne Hathaway
A 70-year old man takes an internship at a fashion start-up, and bonds with its young CEO.
Wednesday, September 5th @ 7pm
Song of the Thin Man
1947/86 min/ NR
Stars William Powell, Myrna Loy, Keenan Wynn
Nick and Nora investigate the murder of a bandleader in New York.