What Can We Help You Find?

Programs & Events

 Download the Library Newsletter

 Limit by event type:
Tuesday, Jun. 18, 11 am to 1 pm
Bring us your tech questions and problems -- library apps, device troubles, and other tech issues -- and we will work with you to solve them. Sessions are limited to 30 minutes. Due to demand, Tech Express is now limited to two sessions per person, per month.
Please call (201) 670-5600 ext. 2130 or email to reserve a time slot.
If you can't make these sessions or need more time, please ask about our one-on-one sessions.
Wednesday, Jun. 19, 4:00pm
Learn about Juneteenth and create Juneteenth themed art with instructor Marcia Matthews
Open to Ridgewood Library Cardholders ages 4 & up. 
 
Wednesday, Jun. 19, 7:00pm (May 15, June 19)
Wednesday, Jun. 19, 7-8:30pm
Second Wednesday or Thursday* of the Month, 7-8:30pm
 With Library Director Lorri Steinbacher
 

with Director Lorri Steinbacher

Book Circle virtual

Wednesday, 7 to 8:30 pm

April 17: West with Giraffes L. Rutledge
May 15: Stoner J. Williams
June 19: Migrations C. McConaghy


Questions? Please contact Lorri: 
LSteinbacher@ridgewoodlibrary.org
Thursday, Jun. 20, 10:30am
Bend, breathe and stretch together with certified yoga instructor, Simmy
Registration required. 
Open to Ridgewood Library Cardholders ages 2-5 with adult
Thursday, Jun. 20, 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Adventure begins at your library. Celebrate the start of summer and RPL's 2024 Adult Summer Reading program with a party! Snacks, games, and a great time (as well as a sneak peak at this year's prizes.)
Friday, Jun. 21, 1 to 3 pm
Bring us your tech questions and problems -- library apps, device troubles, and other tech issues -- and we will work with you to solve them. Sessions are limited to 30 minutes. Due to demand, Tech Express is now limited to two sessions per person, per month.
Please call (201) 670-5600 ext. 2130 or email to reserve a time slot.
If you can't make these sessions or need more time, please ask about our one-on-one sessions.
Friday, Jun. 21, 1-2:30 pm
The Classics
Friday, 1-2:30 pm

Art Studio

April 19: Far from the Madding Crowd T. Hardy
May 17: Pere Goriot H. de Balzac
June 21: The Warden A. Trollope

Friday, Jun. 21, 3:00pm
Join our friends from Talewise as the launch another great summer of reading and events "Adventure of the Lost Treasure"
Open to Ridgewood Library Cardholders. Children must be superived by an adult.
Appropriate for PreK-Gr 5
 
Saturday, Jun. 22, 10:30am
Join us for stories and songs. 
Open to Ridgewood Library Cardholders. Children must be superived by an adult.
 
Sunday, Jun. 23, 2 pm
Seating is first come, first served.
Tuesday, Jun. 25, 11 am to 1 pm
Bring us your tech questions and problems -- library apps, device troubles, and other tech issues -- and we will work with you to solve them. Sessions are limited to 30 minutes. Due to demand, Tech Express is now limited to two sessions per person, per month.
Please call (201) 670-5600 ext. 2130 or email to reserve a time slot.
If you can't make these sessions or need more time, please ask about our one-on-one sessions.
Tuesday, Jun. 25, 6:30pm
Understanding Medicare and all its Parts (A,B,C and D)
It's never too early to learn about Medicare, timelines and options. 
Please join Sheila Brogan, Geriatric Social Worker at Northwest Bergen Senior Center, as she presents a basic guide to Medicare and information everyone needs to know.
A Zoom link will be sent to registered patrons
Tuesday, Jun. 25, 7:30 pm
Monthly RPL Board of Trustees meeting
Art Studio
Wednesday, Jun. 26, 7 pm (Wednesdays, 7-8:30 pm: April 24, May 22, June 26)
NEW PROGRAM!
With nearly 40 years of journal keeping under her belt, Mary is your new guide for exploring the different aspects and the many benefits of a personal writing practice. You’ll be introduced to ideas, activities, find strategies to spark the creative self.  Get inspiration & encouragement to begin, sustain, and deepen a journal practice for well being, wisdom, & capturing life’s moments on paper. Bring your favorite or choose from a selection of blank journals provided.
Conference Room

Information, please contact Mary:
msienkiewicz@ridgewoodlibrary.org
Wednesday, Jun. 26, 7 to 8 pm
John Kendrick talks about challenges faced by gay songwriters Cole Porter, Noel Coward, and Lorenz Hart.
Thursday, Jun. 27, 10:30am
Join us for stories and songs. 
Open to Ridgewood Library Cardholders. Children must be superived by an adult.
 
Thursday, Jun. 27, 2-3pm (Thursdays, Sept 7, 21, Oct 5, 19, Nov 2, 16, 30, Dec 14, 28, Jan 11, 25, Feb 8, 22, Mar 7, 21, Apr 4, 18, May 2, 16, 30, Jun 13 & 27, 2-3pm)
Join fellow French-language students in this World Language Café series led by a French-speaking volunteer. Our volunteer will guide participants in an hour of casual, basic, and engaging conversational French. Meets in Art Studio.
Contact Elias for more information: erosner@ridgewoodlibrary.org.
Thursday, Jun. 27, 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Bring us your tech questions and problems -- library apps, device troubles, and other tech issues -- and we will work with you to solve them. Sessions are limited to 30 minutes. Due to demand, Tech Express is now limited to two sessions per person, per month.
Please call (201) 670-5600 ext. 2130 or email to reserve a time slot.
If you can't make these sessions or need more time, please ask about our one-on-one sessions.
Friday, Jun. 28, 1pm
Frustrated novelist-professor writes outlandish satire of stereotypical "Black" books, only for it to be mistaken for serious literature and published to both high sales and critical praise.
(2023; R; 1h 57m)
Powered by engagedpatrons.org