Clarence Dillon Public Library

Clarence Dillon Public Library Events

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Clarence Dillon Public Library! All events are open to the public. Registration required where noted.
 Limit by event type:
Monday, Jun. 17, 9:00 am
Please Register Here Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Weekly Canasta - Ins
Monday, Jun. 17, 9:15am
Bridge on Mondays -
Monday, Jun. 17, 11:30am

If interested in attending the 2:30pm beginning learning session please call the instructor at 908-334-7885 or c.regan469@me.com .  Run by Chris Regan, instruction will be held each Monday at 2:30pm after the conclusion of the Social Bridge that takes place at 11:30am.  The cost is $10 per session. 

Mahjongg - FULL/CLOS
Tuesday, Jun. 18, 12:30pm


Mah Jongg is held on Tuesdays at 12:00 pm EXCEPT for the fourth Tuesday of the month when we have the Red Cross Blood Drive.  F.  NO WALK INs!
The Wednesday section is FULL/CLOSED. Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Drop-In Computer Hel
Tuesday, Jun. 18, 3:00 pm
Tuesdays at 3:00 pm. In-Person and No Registration Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Classic Movie - Conf
Tuesday, Jun. 18, 6:45 pm

CONFLICT (1945) (86 min.) Not Rated

Humphrey Bogart is a married engineer who murders his wife as he is in love with her sister.  The only fly in the ointment is that Bogie starts seeing his (maybe) dead wife in the flesh.  What a dilemma.  This film noir also stars Alexis Smith and Sidney Greenstreet Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
ESL - English as a S
Tuesday, Jun. 18, 7:15pm
Do you want to improve your English?
Then join the free ESL program. A group class instructed by Peter Tol for those who already have some english but want to improve it. No registration needed. Walk-in Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Library Closed - Jun
Wednesday, Jun. 19, All Day
Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Wednesday, Jun. 19, 12:00 pm
Princeton, New Jersey, has long had the reputation of being a pretty and prosperous college town, an almost bucolic stop midway between Philadelphia and New York. Yet despite being in the North, Princeton had strong ties to the South throughout the antebellum era, largely because the College of New Jersey (later Princeton University) had a longstanding commitment to recruiting students from below the Mason-Dixon Line. In celebration of Juneteenth, please join us as Dr. Gregory Nobles explores Princeton’s history in the Civil War era through the person of Betsey Stockton, a much-revered figure among Princeton’s Black people, a local leader engaged in the grass-roots business of building support systems for her community. 

REGISTER HERE Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Wednesday, Jun. 19, 7:15 pm
Online via Zoom.  REGISTER HERE  Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Thursday, Jun. 20, 9:00am
Please Register Here Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Morning Book Club -
Thursday, Jun. 20, 11:00 am
Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Thursday, Jun. 20, 12:00 pm
The employment landscape is changing. Consulting and gig jobs, health passports, major disrupters, Work-From-Home, and more seem to dominate that landscape. Understanding what the changing employment model is and how to fit into it is essential to work success. Please join Paul Cecala of Cecala Career Consultants for this highly interactive session that explores what jobs and careers look like going forward. Learn how to develop a new outlook on how to create income stability and growth as well as consistent work.

REGISTER HERE Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Carol Simon Levin as
Thursday, Jun. 20, 12pm
Of all Carol's engaging programs on American women leaders, this one may be her most colorful. Pictured opposite is Juliette Gordon Low, AKA "Crazy Daisy" who founded The Girl Scouts back in 1912. Her slightly madcap but wholly successful methods sparked a major innovation in American girlhood. Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Virtual Author Talk
Thursday, Jun. 20, 2:00 pm
Join us as #1 New York Times bestselling author Tiffany Jewell highlights the inequities Black and Brown students face from preschool through college as she presents lessons and knowledge from her new book Everything I Learned About Racism I Learned in School. 

REGISTER HERE Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Chair Yoga
Friday, Jun. 21, 10:30 am
In-Person & No Registration Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Movie Matinee - Show
Friday, Jun. 21, 1:30 pm

SHOWDOWN AT THE GRAND (2023) (92 mon.) Not Rated

Terrence Howard stars as a cinephile who owns a movie theater that is being threatened with

destruction by corporate developers.  This film is an action-comedy that also features John Savage and Dolph Lundgren.

Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Monday, Jun. 24, 9:00 am
Please Register Here Sponsored by Clarence Dillon Public Library.
Weekly Canasta - Ins
Monday, Jun. 24, 9:15am
Bridge on Mondays -
Monday, Jun. 24, 11:30am

If interested in attending the 2:30pm beginning learning session please call the instructor at 908-334-7885 or c.regan469@me.com .  Run by Chris Regan, instruction will be held each Monday at 2:30pm after the conclusion of the Social Bridge that takes place at 11:30am.  The cost is $10 per session. 

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