MORRISTOWN, NJ - With longer days and nicer weather, the summer is a great time to try something new. Have you ever thought of trying to sew? Have you wanted to look at the night sky through a telescope? Maybe you wanted to try Frisbee golf?
The Morristown Library has a new program called, "Library of Things" that allows Morristown and Morris Township residents the opportunity to try a new hobby, learn something new or play something new before buying it. Items available include a sewing machine, a telescope, a ukulele, binoculars, a mobile LED movie projector, a metal detector, a digital microscope and frisbee golf set.
“The ‘Library of Things’ here at the Morristown & Morris Township Library is a collection of non-book items that our patrons can also borrow to explore something new", said Chad Leinaweaver, Director of the Morristown & Morris Township Library. "Our Frisbee golf set has been very popular as has been our metal detector (I guess there must be a lot of buried treasure around the area!)".
To check out any of these new great offerings just visit the Circulation Desk. Patrons can borrow these "kits" for up to 14 day to explore and enjoy.
"Our team is currently researching and acquiring new items to add to this collection, which should be available by the fall", said Leinaweaver.