121 Diamond Spring Road
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Can you identify a cardinal by its color? By its song? By the shape of its head? Can you tell the difference between a starling and a grackle? Amateur naturalists aged 10 and up will enjoy this program about the birds we find in our backyards, bird behavior and some practical birding tips. Spring is a great time to learn about backyard bird songs and calls, because this is the breeding season and they are very active. Join naturalists from the Somerset County Park Commission for this educational, fun and free program. Please register below!
Take a moment to check out our Pinterest page with more information about birding in NJ
Looking for a chance to dance out your winter blues? Searching for music-filled stories? Are you 3 years old and up? Then look no further and come to the library for this dance and music storytime on Thursday, April 24th at 10:30 am! We’ll read stories and do a craft all about dancing and music and definitely sing some of our favorite songs too. Register here. Looking forward to dancing with you then!
The Palisades are a line of steep cliffs that stretch along the Hudson in northeastern New Jersey and into New York. In 1524, Italian explorer Giovanni da Verazzano described these cliffs as "a fence of stakes," or "Palisades" (from the French). Join popular lecturer Kevin Woyce for a colorful tour of one of New Jersey's most impressive landmarks, from its formation and discovery, through the American Revolution and to the creation of Palisades Interstate Park. Explore history along the park's major trails, from abandoned riverfront beaches and ferry landings to a vanished clifftop workd of mansions and grand hotels. We'll also visit Fort Lee (did you know it was the home of the silent movie industry?) and Palisades Amusement Park.
Register for this free program below!
Check out the Library's Pinterest board for pictures, maps and tidbits of history about the Palisades.
April is National Poetry Month. And no one is too young for poetry!
Ages 2 and up, please join us on Wednesday, April 30th at 10:30 am for our next Crafts for Kids program. This month, we will be making artwork inspired by NJ poet William Carlos Williams' poem, "The Red Wheelbarrow." This project will involve watercolor painting, foam pieces, feathers, and a word collage ... all age appropriate. Help introduce your child to poetry AND make a neat piece of art to take home!
Please register below. We can't wait to see what you create!
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