A Week at the Library of The Chathams Monday, January 7 – Sunday, January 13, 2019


Heads Up: Registration for Children’s Events

This week we will open registration for such popular children’s programs as Storytime for preschoolers (on January 7) and Miss Polly’s craft class (on January 9).  There are still a few spots left in Scratch Programming classes (register here), Chess Group 1 (register here) and Chess Group 2 (register here)

 

PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

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For information about all programs or to sign up, please call the library at 973‑635‑0603 or go to http://www.chathamlibrary.org

Adult           Children     Teen           Family

MONDAY, JANUARY 7

Stories with the Librarian – 10 to 10:30 am

Children and caregivers can enjoy a few stories, a few songs and maybe a simple craft.

ShopRite Nutrition: Citrus – 4 to 5 pm

Ages 5 to 8                  Limit:  15 children

Registration required – register here.

Did you know that citrus is in its prime in the month of January?  Join ShopRite Registered Dietitian Tory Stroker to learn how citrus helps keep you healthy and try some new delicious varieties!

TUESDAY, JANUARY 8

Essential Oils with Roksana Adamek – 7 pm

Roksana Adamek, a nursing student at Caldwell University, will hold a free workshop on essential oils.  She will discuss how to choose the right oils, different grades of essential oils, and how they are produced.  She will also share the various ways essential oils can be included in your everyday life.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9

Friends of the Library Annual Meeting – 9:30 am

Make 2019 the year you become a Friend of the Library!  Join us for our annual meeting on January 9 at 9:30 am.  Funding for most of the library’s programs for children and adults is provided by Friends.  Support great programming and events!

Diabetes Prevention – 1:30 pm

Ellen Kranefuss, Diabetes Prevention Coordinator at the Madison Area YMCA, will present a lecture on the prevention of type 2 diabetes.  Participants will learn how to assess their risk and explore prevention options.  A question and answer session will be part of this presentation.

Ⓒ Homework Helpers – 3:30 to 5 pm

Registration required – register here.

Two Chatham High School students will provide homework help for children in Grades K to 5.  All subjects welcome!

THURSDAY, JANUARY 10

Music with Carolyn Dempsey – 10 or 10:45 am

For preschoolers and their caregivers

Move, shake, dance and sing to Carolyn’s guitar music!

Ⓐ ESL:  English as a Second Language – 1:30 to 2:30 pm

Thursdays, January 3 through February 21

For those wanting to improve their English language skills, we are starting our next cycle of ESL classes.  The program will be conducted by LEARN Associates and volunteer tutors for 8 weeks.  Students will be divided into small groups by skill level.  Books and other learning materials will be provided.  The program is free – all you need is a commitment to learn!  There are still a few spots available – register online, in person, or call 973‑635‑0603.

Seeking the End: Post-Apocalyptic Films – 7 pm

End-of-days films have become increasingly popular in recent years.  Yet, despite the surge in these films over the past decade, this film genre actually has a history that spans over 100 years.  Nicholas Riccio, author of Seeking the End: Post-Apocalyptic Films 1916-2016, will discuss the historical evolution of these films.  Along the way, we will also look at how these films have become a reflection of some of the fears facing our world.  The presentation will be followed by the movie When Worlds Collide (1951).

FRIDAY, JANUARY 11

Poster and Poetry Contest

The contest, started in December in partnership with the Madison Chatham Coalition, continues.  Submit your poetry or art illustrating the impact of underage vaping and marijuana use through Thursday, January 10.  Public judging will take place between January 11 and 18.  Winners in four age categories will receive prizes.  See the library website for complete rules.

Ⓕ Arcade Weekend

Starts on Friday from 3 to 5:30 pm and will continue on Saturday

All Ages

This event is for all gamers out there – teenagers, children and their parents – whole families.  There will be many systems set up to play, from the original Atari, Nintendo, and Sega consoles to newer systems like the Wii U.  In Memory of Alexander Butta

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12

Arcade Weekend

Continues on Saturday from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm

Super Smash Bros. Tournaments

Ages 10 & Under – 11:30 am             Limit:  16 players         Register here.

Ages 11 & Up – 2:30 pm                    Limit:  16 players         Register here.

Compete in this Wii U tournament on our big screen!  Depending on the number of people who register for each tournament, there will be either group battles or 1v1 single‑elimination battles.  Battle for 1st and 2nd will be best 2 out of 3 rounds.

Prizes will be awarded in each tournament:  $25 GameStop gift card for 1st place and $15 GameStop gift card for 2nd place.  Sponsored by Friends of the Library



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