LOST HORIZON: THE STRESS TREK TO SHANGRI-LA
Wednesday, September 17 at 2:00 P.M.
Stress will make you old, stress will injure you and make you sick, and stress will kill you if you don't get a hold of an easy to use method to manage it. Join Khadi Madama as she shares tools for managing stress, keeping up morale, and remaining motivated in these challenging times.
RETIREMENT PLANNING: It’s Never Too Soon–Or Too Late–To Start
Thursday September 18 at 6:30 P.M.
Join us for an informative seminar on retirement planning for every age led by Robert Junge, a Certified Financial Planner with 25 years of experience. Be prepared for retirement by informing yourself of the options and starting now! Young or old, there's no time like today.
Advance registration is required. Call or visit the library to sign up, 732-356-6602. This program is sponsored by the Library.
FDR and the WOMEN WHO LOVED HIM
Sunday, October 5 at 3:00 P.M.
Franklin D. Roosevelt adored women. His good looks, family name, wealth, witty personality, increasing political power, and boyish charm were, despite his crippling polio....an intoxicating combination for several women over the course of his life.
Come hear stories of his adoring mother Sarah, his wife, Eleanor, her assistant, Lucy, his secretary, Missy, and more as told by New Jersey historian Glenn W. LeBoeuf.
MELODIES OF MEMORIES & MIRACLES
JAMES MICHAEL, BROADWAY BARITONE
Wednesday, October 15 at 2:00 P.M.
Big baritone voices such as Howard Keel, John Raitt & Robert Goulet are rarely heard on the Broadway stage today. James Michael has had the privilege of meeting or playing opposite each of these legendary stars as a young singer and actor. His renditions of the Broadway tunes of his youth emulate these great performers.
Neill Hartley as Ichabod Crane:
Washington Irving and the Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Friday, October 24, at 2:00 P.M.
Neill Hartley as Washington Irving, the father of the American short story, brings you into his world; introducing you to his work, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, the most famous short story ever written. The literary lion narrates his tale and then enters his story, becoming his alter ego, Ichabod Crane.
This free program is open to the public and provided by the Horizons Speakers Bureau of the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a State Partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Have you recently retired or been downsized? Are you searching for what’s next in your life? As we reach our 50’s, 60’s and beyond, many of us begin thinking of reinventing our careers and ourselves.
This kind of work is called an encore career -- the intersection of purpose, passion and a paycheck in a second act of life. Wondering what’s next in your life? Thinking about doing work you feel good about? If so, come join our group. Together we’ll explore our possibilities and paths to success.
The group is limited to 12 participants. Advance registration is required. Call or visit the library reference desk to sign up, 732-356-6602.
All classes run from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mr. Wuu Fang Jang, a NJ & NY licensed acupuncturist, will cover basic Tai Chi Movements along with many tips and methods for internal energy cultivation and balance. A minimum of 10 people is needed to form a class. Current students are welcome to join again to learn new skills and practice as a group. Advance registration is required. Call or visit the library to sign up, 732-356-6602. This program is sponsored by the Library.
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