Something for Everyone in November

November is such a busy month here @ NPML!  There is something for all interests including crafts, musical, scientific and relieving pre-holiday stress.  Here's the rundown:

11/1 @ 3PM join us for local psychiatrist and author Dr. Harish Malhotra as he helps us handle stress in our lives with breathing, relaxation and image control.

11/8 @ 3PM Mary Kao is returning with a craft event suitable for the whole family!  She'll be combining origami techniques with colored chalk designs to create paper designs inspired by the Hindu festival of Diwali.  Fro ages 10+, please call and register at 908-665-0311.

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11/9 @ 7PM the Baseball Discussion Group will no doubt be revewing the recent World Series.  Open to all baseball fans and enthusiasts of any age or team affiliation!

11/10 @ 7:30PM Come and listen to physicist and local educator Dr. Phil Eisner on the topic of Understanding the Universe.  He has a way of putting things into perspective and into language we can all comprehend.

11/15 @ 3PM Come out and enjoy another in the excellent Sunday concert series.  Elefante Music students will be doing a musical variety program including singers and instrumentalists performing in a wide range of musical genres.

November is also a month of holidays.  NPML will be closed on the 11th in observance of Veteran's Day as well as on the 26th & 27th for Thanksgiving.  We'll be closing @ 1PM on the 25th as well.

New Providence Memorial Library, 377 Elkwood Avenue, New Providence, Nj 07974 908-665-0311 www.newprovidencelibrary.org

New Providence Memorial Library is located at 377 Elkwood Avenue.  Our hours are Monday, Tuesday & Thursday from 9AM to 9PM, Wednesday and Saturday from 9AM to 5PM and Sundays from Memorial Day to Labor Day from 1PM to 5PM.  Call us at 908-665-0311 or visit our website anytime at www.newprovidencelibrary.org

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