Mendham Township Library

Mendham Township Library Events

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Mendham Township Library! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.
 Limit by audience:
F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Wine with Friends
Brookside Community Club
Friday, Apr. 26, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Join us for a wine tasting led by 56 Degree Wine, with live music by Dave Elgart, light refreshments, a silent auction and wine pull.  Meet friends and neighbors for an enjoyable evening out supporting the library.  Cost is $60 per person in advance or $70 at the door. All proceeds benefit the Mendham Township Library.  Purchase tickets at the library, by calling the library 973-543-4018 or online at www.mendhamtwplib.org
Story Time
2 West Main Street
Tuesday, Apr. 23, 10.30am
Children of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend our early literacy program including stories, songs, dancing, puppets, instruments and more every Tuesday morning.  Join Miss Rachel to enjoy friends and fun at the library story time. 
No registration  necessary.
Kids’ Chess Cl
2 West Main Street
Tuesday, Apr. 23, 4pm-5pm
Join other chess players at the library each Tuesday at 4pm for games.
For children in 2nd grade and up.
Knowledge of chess preferred. Formal instruction
will NOT be given.

Please REGISTER for this program.
 
Story Time
2 West Main Street
Wednesday, Apr. 24, 10.30am
Children of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend our early literacy program including stories, songs, dancing, puppets, instruments and more every Tuesday morning.  Join Miss Trish to enjoy friends and fun at the library story time. 
No registration necessary.
Keep This - Toss Tha
2 West Main Street
Wednesday, Apr. 24, 7:00-8:00 pm
It is time for spring cleaning and de-cluttering!  If you can't open your drawers, if clutter topples out of closets, and paperwork covers your tabletops then attend this de-cluttering comedy show!

Join organizing humorist and bestselling author Jamie Novak when she shares her laugh-out-loud funny approach for what to do with all the stuff - without being overwhelmed.

Wondering what to keep? What to toss? And how to let it all go? Then run, don't walk to this workshop!
Kids’ Chess Cl
2 West Main Street
Tuesday, Apr. 30, 4pm-5pm
Join other chess players at the library each Tuesday at 4pm for games.
For children in 2nd grade and up.
Knowledge of chess preferred. Formal instruction
will NOT be given.

Please REGISTER for this program.
 
Story Time
2 West Main Street
Wednesday, May. 1, 10.30am
Children of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend our early literacy program including stories, songs, dancing, puppets, instruments and more every Tuesday morning.  Join Miss Trish to enjoy friends and fun at the library story time. 
No registration necessary.
Paint a Birdhouse
2 West Main Street
Wednesday, May. 1, 1:00 - 2:30 pm
Get creative with us at the library and piant a wooden birdhouse. Choose your house, design and colors, and begin painting! All supplies are provided and no experience is necessary. Please register as space is limited.

Please bring a smock or wear unimportant clothing as this paint stains.

 
2 West Main Street
Wednesday, May. 1, 4pm
Get your backyard ready for Spring. We will provide you with all the supplies to paint your own birdhouse.
This event is intended for children in 1st grade and up.
 
Young Adult Leadersh
2 West Main Street
Wednesday, May. 1, 5:00-6:30 p.m.
Get Involved. Plan Programs. Volunteer.

For kids in grades 6-12. Sponsored by GCADA: Governeor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.
Babies Morning Out
2 West Main Street
Thursday, May. 2, 10am (05/02/19, 05/16/19, 05/30/2019)
A special storytime for our youngest patrons up to age 2. Sing songs, learn action rhymes and listen to a short story.
No registration is necessary.
Culinary Herbs
2 West Main Street
Thursday, May. 2, 7:00-8:00 pm
Grow and preserve culinary herbs for year round enjoyment. Lean how to grow a multitude of different herbs both perennial and annual from seeds or plants. Understand different methods of perserving herbs to use all winter. Discuss the proper way to winterize your herbs in your garden as well as those grown indoors. Meet Anna Hackman, Master Gardener, who will teach the basics of growing herbs and help you avoid purchasing herbs in the grocery store.
Knit and Craft at th
2 West Main Street
Monday, May. 6, 1:00-2:30 pm
Join us to knit, stitch, paper quill, or do any project  at the library.  Bring your own supplies and work independently on your  project with friends and neighbors. Enjoy the camaraderie of friends while working on your projects. Be creative at the library and have fun!
Kids’ Chess Cl
2 West Main Street
Tuesday, May. 7, 4pm-5pm
Join other chess players at the library each Tuesday at 4pm for games.
For children in 2nd grade and up.
Knowledge of chess preferred. Formal instruction
will NOT be given.

Please REGISTER for this program.
 
Pollinators & May Fl
2 West Main Street
Tuesday, May. 7, 4pm
Join naturalists from Schiff Nature Preserve for an afternoon learning about pollinators, spring flowers and make crafts with us.
Story Time
2 West Main Street
Wednesday, May. 8, 10.30am
Children of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend our early literacy program including stories, songs, dancing, puppets, instruments and more every Tuesday morning.  Join Miss Trish to enjoy friends and fun at the library story time. 
No registration necessary.
Kids’ Chess Cl
2 West Main Street
Tuesday, May. 14, 4pm-5pm
Join other chess players at the library each Tuesday at 4pm for games.
For children in 2nd grade and up.
Knowledge of chess preferred. Formal instruction
will NOT be given.

Please REGISTER for this program.
 
Needle Felting Group
2 West Main Street
Wednesday, May. 15, 1:00 pm
Join our newly formed Needle Felting Group at the Library.  Use roving wool and needles to create beautiful and unique items. Bring your own materials (felting block, needle, core and roving wool) and get started with a new fun project.
2 West Main Street
Wednesday, May. 15, 7:00-8:30 pm
This presentation focuses on the critical but limited role agencies have in the suicide prevention process with emphasis on the following:
* Empowering youth agency staff and volunteers through education and awareness
* Understanding warning signs and risk factors for teen suicide
* Reviewing strategies for dealing wtih at-risk youth and communicating concern with their parents
* Local resources
This program is sponsored by the Mendham Stigma Free Committee and the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide. This presentation is made possible by grant funding provided by The Provident Bank Foundation.
  Sponsored by The Provident Bank Foundation.
Babies Morning Out
2 West Main Street
Thursday, May. 16, 10am (05/02/19, 05/16/19, 05/30/2019)
A special storytime for our youngest patrons up to age 2. Sing songs, learn action rhymes and listen to a short story.
No registration is necessary.
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