12/27/2005 - Library: January Programs

JOHNSON FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY
274 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK, NJ 07601
201-343-4169

LIBRARY DIRECTOR: MS. MAUREEN TAFFE

JANUARY 2006

ADULT DEPARTMENT

GALLERY
“Seasons Change” by: The Artisans of the Arc Archive Gift Shop Hackensack, NJ

CITIZENSHIP CLASSES
Weekly classes on Mondays 10:00AM- 11:00AM. If interested, please see Isaac Annan at the Reference Desk or call him at 201-343-4169 ext. 21.

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A JOB?
Individual assistance is available for those interested in seeking employment. We can show you how to find materials on interviews & cover letters,find a job in your particular field and use sources to find information about companies. For further information, call Jeannine Feinstein at 201-343-4781.

INTERNET CLASSES
As scheduled, please go to the Reference Desk for details.

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Weekly classes are on Wednesdays 9:30AM-10:30AM. There is also a class on Monday nights for beginner’s only from 6:45PM-7:45PM. For more information, call Tina Garcia at 201-343-4169 ext. 22.

***COMING IN FEBRUARY***

Concert performed by Calvin Earl “Gifts From My Ancestors” Negro Spirituals & the Birth of American Music, Saturday, February 25th 11:00AM-12:00PM

JUNIOR DEPARTMENT

SATURDAY FILMS

January 7th 84 Minutes
Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella

January 14th 83 Minutes
Our Friend Martin
Evan’s Corner

January 21st 93 Minutes
Shrek

January 28th 129 Minutes
Parent Trap
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PRESCHOOL STORY HOURS

Wednesdays 10:00AM & 1:30PM
Thursdays 10:00AM
Saturdays 10:00AM
Registration is required for this program for 3 years old and up. It features stories, crafts, songs and videos.
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ARTS & CRAFTS 3:30PM
Wednesday, January 18th
Winter Welcome Doorhanger
2nd grade and up

Monday, January 30th
Fuzzy Fun Hand Puppet
Ages 10 and up

Registration is required
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STORIES AROUND THE WORLD

Tuesday, January 10th
Thursday, January 26th
This is an introduction to folk stories from around the world for children in grades K-3.
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BOOK BINGO 3:30PM
Friday, January 20th
Join us for a rousing game of Bingo based on books and book characters.
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SLEEPY TIME TALES 7:00PM
Monday, January 23rd
Bedtime stories for the younger set.
Pajamas & teddy bears are welcome.
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***SPECIAL PROGRAM***
THREE KINGS DAY CRAFT
Wednesday, January 4th 3:30PM
Ages 6 and up.