ROSELAND, NJ - The Roseland Library has announced the following events for April 16-23. Events are open to the public. Some may require registration, see below.
The Roseland Free Public Library is offer ingthe first of a series of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) classes on Thursday, April 16, at 6 p.m. Participants will construct their own “brush bots” with battery, wire, and a toothbrush head. Workshop is limited to 24 students, and is for ages 8 to 12. Pre-registration is required.
Bob McHugh Jazz Quartet
The public is invited to enjoy an afternoon of jazz on Sunday, April 19, at 2 p.m., with Bob McHugh on piano, Tony Signa on flute and saxophone, Ron Naspo on bass, and David Humm on drums. McHugh, director of the West Essex Youth Band, also has taught music at the Lester C. Noecker School in Roseland for more than 20 years. Light refreshments will be served.
Drop-In Tech Night
Get answers to any tech questions about your iPhone, tablet, laptop, iPad, or other portable device this Monday, April 20, anytime between 6 and 9 pm. No appointment is necessary.
The Roseland Library Knitting Club will meet on Monday, April 20, at 7 pm. New members are welcome.
Story Times & Learning Centers
Kids explore the far reaches of the spectrum as they enjoy books about colors on Tuesday, April 21, at 11:30 and 4 pm.
Kids can celebrate Earth Day with a special craft sure to make Mother Nature crack a smile on Wednesday, April 22, at 11:30 am or 4 pm.
Spring T’ai Chi Chih
Spring T’ai Chi Chih has been in full swing for two weeks now, but if anyone is interested, they can contact accredited T’ai Chi Chih instructor Lee Bergman of Roseland at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-477-8993. Participants can reap the benefits of this exercise, which incorporates ancient well-being principles from the Far East, by learning or reviewing the single pose and all 19 moves. Fee per participant is $85 for the whole session.
Looking Ahead: Roseland Library Book Club’s April Pick
The Roseland Library Book Club will meet on Wednesday, April 29, at 7:15 pm, to discuss The Glass Kitchen, a novel by Linda Francis Lee. Follow the story of three sisters from Texas as they relocate to New York City to follow their dream of opening a restaurant there. New members are welcome.