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Film Night

Just Released Film  
 Jan 15, 6pm

Ongoing Programs



 Mondays, 3:30


-Creative Writing-

1/19, 10-Noon

1/3, 5;45-7:45pm


-Italian Culture Group-

12/12, 3:30pm



1/14 , 1/28, 5:45-7:45pm


Tech Support


Smart Phone Users Group


iPhones 5:30-6:30

Droid, Windows




Gadget & Gizmo Workshop

1/10 (6-8pm)

1/15 (6:15-7:45pm)



iPad Workshop


Beginners, 4:30pm

Intermediate, 5:30-7:45pm

Registration required



PC Users Group

1/21, 6:15-7:45pm


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January, 2013 

Just when you thought it was safe ....
Windows 8 has been released and it is a whole new operating system with a new look and new controls. Whether you just purchased a computer or tablet that runs Windows 8 or are thinking about upgrading, this class will show you the new layout, how to get around and get things done and discuss options and consideration points for upgrading. Pre-registration required.
Class at the library - Saturday, 1/5, 10-noon
Webinar - 1/24, 6:30-7:45pm - Register online
The Emotional Toll of Sandy 


Managing the emotional consequences of storms and flooding with Meghan Gorecke and Michaela Stone. Sponsored by New Jersey Hope and Healing and FEMA

Tuesday, January 8, 6pm


The program will be repeated at the Senior Center on Jan 10, 10am.

Did you know ... 

Did you know?


...that there are almost 500 videos you can stream to your computer or 2600 eBooks you can download from our Media Download Center?


...that there are over 3200 eAudiobooks available for download at our OneClickdigital portal?


...that Access News includes 80 news source in PA, 32 in NJ, 22 in MD and 66 in NY?  

Go Ahead, Take a Byte 
Apple Programs 
Apple Workshops with Harry Keyser. Wednesdays. Beginner help-4:30pm.
Classes 5:30-7:30pm
Jan. 2 - iPhoto
Jan. 9 - iTunes
Jan 16 - Preferences and Essentials
Jan 23 - The Dock, Mission Control, Apps
Jan 30 - Mountain Lion OS

Staff Net Picks


Zooniverse, Real Science Online - The Zooniverse is home to the internet's largest, most popular and most successful citizen science projects. The Zooniverse and the suite of projects it contains is produced, maintained and developed by the Citizen Science Alliance. The member institutions of the CSA work with many academic and other partners around the world to produce projects that use the efforts and ability of volunteers to help scientists and researchers deal with the flood of data that confronts them. 


The Very Best Book Apps -  From the Online Education Database.

The Dead Words - For over centuries, thousands of English words have been created, modified, and removed. Through this blog of lettering, we rediscover and interpret stories of dead words. All letterings in here are words that were once used in our language. Today, most of them are omitted from common English dictionaries. This may be the last chance for us to learn and commemorate the words before they are truly dead and forgotten.


12 New Year's Resolutions for Happier Families - From the New York Times


Seven Strategies for Highly Effecctive New Year's Resolutions - From Forbes


Top Apps to Outfit a New iPad or iPad Mini - From arstechnica


Must-have Apps for Your New Android Tablet - From arstechnica


2012 Notable Children's Books - From the Association for Library Services to Children


Courage and Curiosit: The Best Heroines of 2012 - From National Public Radio's Best Books of 2012 series.


The Guardian Book Podcasts - The Guardian (UK) is distinguished for its fine reporting on a range of subjects of great importance, and is well known for its book reviews. The staff also puts out a weekly podcast about the world of books, which bibliophiles will enjoy. Currently, there are over 450 podcasts available, and visitors can scroll through them at their leisure. Some of the recent offerings include conversations with Philip Pullman about his book "Grimm Tales" and a wonderful exploration of how maps have transformed the world. Visitors will want to bookmark this site for future reference or sign up for the available RSS feed.