Livingston Public Library: Conclusion of October Adult Programming


October 29, 2021

We enjoyed so many wonderful in-person and virtual adult programs during the month of October! Here’s a quick recap of what happened at Ltown Library over the past month!

We had fun with the librarians in Livingston during our Adult crafts inspired by Pinterest where we made mini fall wreaths! We also enjoyed our new drop-in Craft afternoon Arts and crafts, Color your stress adult coloring group and led artist Glass painting workshop!

Those who like to learn something new took advantage of a wide range of lectures, including: American Folk Art: An Introduction presented by Mario Médicis, Fermentation vegetables 101 presented by Cheryl Pasawater, New GMO food labels in 2022: what they mean to you presented by Cara Cuite, Associate Extension Specialist in the Department of Human Ecology at Rutgers University, Scorsese and De Niro: an intense collaboration presented by film historian Max Alvarez, and Halloween: a haunted story presented by Kevin Woyce.

We enjoyed our Classic Movies Tuesdays evening film screening with a 7pm screening of Young Frankenstein. It really helped us in the spirit of the classic spooky season!

We enjoyed it in person Senior event with a performance by Barbara McCarthy titled “Here are the Ladies! We enjoyed so many songs written and written by women. we are impatient to next month’s senior event with a lecture-in-song on “The Golden Age of Operetta” by Fred Miller.

We also enjoyed our many book clubs this month, including our afternoon Let’s talk about books book club, our classic of speculative fiction Taken off in time book club, our The time of the crime real crime book club, and our Bookish vibes book club and author visit with David Bell.

Be sure to visit our events calendar to see what fun and exciting programs we have planned for November!

-Jessica, Adult Services and Acquisitions Librarian

This press release was produced by Livingston Public Library. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.


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