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MOUNTAIN LAKES LIBRARY CENTENNIAL LECTURE SERIES
Reservations are suggested for these free events.
Wine, cheese and refreshments will be served.
Sunday, Nov 2, 2 pm
Special guest Jo Becker, a graduate of Mountain Lakes High School, will speak on
her career as a Pulitzer Prize award-winning journalist, an author and a New York
Times investigative reporter. A reception will follow.
Sunday, Nov 16, 2 pm
Dr. Barbara Tomlinson, prominent art historian and cultural resources lecturer,
will speak on The Shelburne Museum of Folk Art in Shelburne, Vermont,
concentrating on the Wyeth family. The film to follow is on Electra Havemeyer
Webb, the founder of the museum. A reception will follow.
|RABIES CLINICS - SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1ST - Denville from 8:00-10:00 am (http://www.denvillenj.org/docs/Health/nov_2014_Free_Rabies_Clinic_Flyer.pdf) and Parsippany from 1:00-3:00 pm for dogs and 3:00-4:00 pm for cats. (http://www.parsippany.net/web_content/acrobat/flyers/Rabies-Clinic-Flyer-2014.pdf)
|Registration for Junior Laker Basketball (Wildwood, Briarcliff and RVS students grade 1-8) is now open! Please follow the Details link to register. Registration closes on November 2.
|Grades 7-12 ML Library November 6th 7-8:30pm YA author SANDY HALL will be giving a writing workshop and hosting a Q&A. Copies of her novel "a Little Something Different" will be available for purchase and signing. Registration Required. Space limited. Call 973-334-5095 or
|OUTDOOR LIVE NATIVITY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6th, Presentations at 5:00 pm & 6:30 pm at KING OF KINGS LUTHERAN CHURCH. (snow date: 12/7). The members of King of Kings are excited to inspire others this Christmas with a living re-creation of the birth of Jesus, complete with a humble stable, a rustic manger, a brilliant star and live animals, actors and music. The event is free to the public. Refreshments will be offered following the presentations and all children that attend will receive a free gift. Complimentary bibles will be available upon request and Christmas devotional books will be given to adults. Info 973-334-8333.
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