Crawlers (Newborns and babies of crawling age)

3rd floor
No registration required (space limited, preference given to MPL cardholders).

Infants and babies learn to love stories and songs. Parents and caregivers sing nursery rhymes, language activities and board books with their little ones. Make baby's first library experience a special one!

Contact Information
  1. Deivis Garcia
  2. 973-744-0500
  3. youthservices@montclair.bccls.org
Wed, August 07
11:00 am — 11:45 am
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3rd floor
No registration required (space limited, preference given to MPL cardholders).

Infants and babies learn to love stories and songs. Parents and caregivers sing nursery rhymes, language activities and board books with their little ones. Make baby's first library experience a special one!

50 South Fullerton Ave. Montclair, NJ 07042

Montclair Public Library

50 South Fullerton Ave.
Montclair, NJ 07042

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Arrest Made in Case of Theft from St. Thomas Church in Bloomfield

August 23, 2019

Bloomfield, NJ- The Bloomfield Police Department Detective Bureau investigated a theft that occurred on 8/16/2019 at Saint Thomas the Apostle Church, 50 Byrd Ave, and made an arrest.

The suspect is observed pulling into the church parking lot in a black Chevrolet Tahoe at approximately 6:33 p.m. He then enters the church and rips the top of a donation box out of the wall and pried open a ...

Judge Faces Ethics Charges For Telling Woman to Sell Racy Photos of Herself

August 19, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. - A Middlesex County Superior Court judge has apologized for his conduct during a family court hearing in January in which he told a woman, who was seeking to have suggestive photos of herself returned, that she should sell photos of herself to Hugh Hefner.

Judge Alberto Rivas is facing charges of violating the judicial code by making the comments during a hearing on Jan.

Rolling Stones in the Meadowlands: NJ TRANSIT Got It Right – Again!

NJ TRANSIT got it right – Again – during both of the Rolling Stones concerts held in the Meadowlands this month. Kudos to the agency and to the Governor’s office for stepping up again to find solutions to a very difficult situation.

When the Agency gets it right – it’s expected, and no one applauds. Of course, when issues occur, the Agency is challenged and too ...

Letter: Inspired by her dog, Girl Scout Teaches Others About Pet Adoption

August 14, 2019

Why not consider adoption when seeking a pet? I’ve always been surprised by how many people don’t see local shelters as an option, as I knew that there were many dogs in shelters who need a home, and breeders don't always treat their dogs humanely. When I question my friends, these are the most common reasons as to why they didn't adopt: “We really wanted a specific ...

Montclair Police Blotter: Money Stolen from Wallet, Cafe' Burglarized Thrice and More

August 14, 2019

MONTCLAIR, NJ - The following bltter was published by the Montclair Police Department on August 13, 2019:

Burglary / Theft
August 7, 2019 (South Fullerton Avenue): A visitor to the Montclair Public Library reported that $105.00
was removed from his wallet after temporarily leaving it unattended.
August 8, 2019 (Orange Road): An employee of Moso Café reported their business was ...

‘The Rainmaker’ Brings Mesmerizing Emotions to Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

MADISON, NJ - “The Rainmaker” is a play that speaks to the heart and done with such elegance and simplicity that it is unforgettable.

Written by N. Richard Nash, this play isn’t often performed.  Under the guidance of Artistic Director Bonnie J. Monte, the story is beautifully rendered by a cast that works fluidly together. It speaks so specifically to our longings and ...

NJ Human Services Invests Nearly $4 Million in Combatting the Opioid Epidemic

August 23, 2019

Funding supports prevention and recovery; Builds on Department’s work to expand treatment

 

TRENTON - New Jersey Department of Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced that the Department has awarded nearly $4 million to provide services to help individuals with opioid use disorder sustain their recovery and to support initiatives to educate older New Jerseyans ...