New Movie Presentation at the Library (Evening)

Join us each month for newly released movie presentations with three different showings at the Wayne Public Library!

This event is FREE and no registration is required. This is the viewing where subtitles will be used for the hearing impaired. Admission is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Bring your own light refreshments to enjoy!

Please visit the Library for further information about the films being shown, check the library website, the monthly adult program calendar, or call the Reference Desk at 973-694-4272 x5401. Sign up to receive our bimonthly newsletter and monthly adult program calendar straight to your email, or view it online as a PDF file; go to:


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  1. Reference Staff, Wayne Public Library
  2. 973-694-4272 x5401
Thu, January 23
7:00 pm — 4:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 01/23/2020 7:00pm 01/24/2020 4:00pm America/New_York New Movie Presentation at the Library (Evening)

Join us each month for newly released movie presentations with three different showings at the Wayne Public Library!

This event is FREE and no registration is required. This is the viewing where subtitles will be used for the hearing impaired. Admission is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Bring your own light refreshments to enjoy!

Please visit the Library for further information ...

461 Valley Road Wayne, NJ 07456

Wayne Public Library

461 Valley Road
Wayne, NJ 07456

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The first time I recognized that ...

In Race for Passaic County Freeholder is 2020 the Year of the Woman?

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PATERSON, NJ - While most of the political oxygen in Paterson is being used on the races for seats to Paterson’s City Council, a contest for a spot on the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders has emerged in the past days.

To date incumbent Freeholder T.J. Best has held back on making his decision whether he will seek reelection official. But that hasn’t stopped at least two ...

The Passaic County 2020 "My County Poster Calendar" Contest to Celebrate 19th Amendment

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Passaic County Freeholders Reorganization Meeting and Swearing-In Ceremony

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Essex County Executive DiVincenzo Endorses NJ Gov. Murphy for Re-Election

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ESSEX COUNTY, NJ – Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. announced his support of Governor Phil Murphy for re-election as New Jersey Governor on Mon. Jan. 13. 

Murphy, who is currently entering his third year as Governor, is up for election in 2021.

In endorsing Murphy, DiVincenzo stated: “I wanted to be one of the first people ...

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It was no coincidence that the ...

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(TRENTON) – New Jersey Human Services today announced teens across the state can begin submitting entries for the 25th Annual New Jersey Teen Media Contest, which highlights Human Services’ mission to support families.

The contest run by Human Services’ Division of Family Development is open to all New Jersey middle and high ...

Full Inclusion of Special Needs in NJ

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Dear Editor,

Many might not realize New Jersey is home to various businesses and entertainment venues that accommodate children and young adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. These individuals often have sensitivity to bright lights and loud, sudden sounds. 

As a professional who works with individuals with special needs, and a member of the New Jersey ...