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The Morris County Library will be conducting an employee In-Service Day on October 30, 2019. The Library will be closed on October 30 for the entire day and evening. We will reopen October 31, 2019 at our regular time of 9am. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Bunny Boy and Me Author Nancy Larcy Visits the MCL

Bunny Boy and Me book coverNovember 9, 2019, 9:30-11:30am

Bunny Boy and Me, My Triumph Over Chronic Pain with the Help of the World’s Unluckiest, Luckiest Rabbit is the story of the relationship formed between an owner and her house-trained rabbit in sickness and in health. Diagnosed with lupus and fibromyalgia in her mid-thirties, Nancy Laracy rebelliously adopts a rabbit, Bunny Boy who helps to save her life -literally.

Bunny Boy ends up sharing similar autoimmune diseases as his owner. Despite Bunny Boy’s illness, he lives boldly with a joie de vivre and ploughs on with the heart of a lion. He defies the odds and even pioneers a medical treatment that helps save Nancy’s life when it is available for humans.

Bunny Boy and Me is a true story illustrative of how the animal/human bond can heal where medicine falters.


Pages From Morris County History: Mining Iron in Northwest New Jersey – The People

Mining Iron in Northwest New Jersey book coverOn Monday, October 28th, 2019, at 6pm, Morris County Library will welcome oral historian and community scholar Stuart Lefkowitz to speak about the mining and miners in Morris County, in the second program in “Pages from Morris County History: A Three-Part Series of Morris County Authors.”  The presentation is free and open to everybody. No reservations required.

Mr. Lefkowitz’s presentation is based on original historical research into the intrepid iron miners of Rockaway, NJ, and includes a display of authentic artifacts, including miners’ lamps, brass identification badges, archival photos and the like.

“Pages from Morris County History: A Three-Part Series of Public Programs by Morris County Authors” showcases the work of three resident historians on three aspects of local history. The third in the series, “Jews of Morris County” by Linda Forgosh of the Jewish Historical Society of NJ, will take place on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.


Library Concert Series – Franz Schubert and Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Sunday November 17, 2019 at 2:30pm

Schubertiade – our second, annual program to celebrate the music of Franz Schubert (1797-1828).  This time around, it’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s starring…Franz Schubert! Everyone’s favorite Romantic composer is back from the 1820’s to recreate the quintessentially American story from the 1960s. Using Schubert’s sweeping melodies, soprano, Angela Dinkelman, and pianist, Jason Wirth, will explore the world of Holly Golightly and her cat “Cat” as they search for love and true happiness amidst the “phoniness” of New York City’s Café Society.

Performances will be held in the Public Meeting Room and are free of charge.  Performances will run until 4PM.  Short reception to follow each program (pastries and sparkling water).  Doors will open 30:00 before the start of each program.  Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.  Please contact 973-285-6887 for more information.


Download E-Books, Audiobooks, Magazines, and Digital Materials for Kids!

Tumblebook iconCheck out the digital offerings from the Morris County Library – e-books, audiobooks, magazines, and now a collection of children’s digital media from Tumblebook!


Adult Programs at the Library

Illustration of yarn and knitting needlesWe’re now featuring a host of programs just for adults. Check out our Book Club, Scrabble Club,
Open-Mic Night, Italian Conversation, and Knitting group!


New Arrivals

New at the LibraryCheck out what’s new in the library!


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Free Movies at the Library

Movies at the LibraryCome see the library’s free screenings of recent blockbusters and indie hits every Friday at 2. We occasionally include a second showing Monday evenings. Check the schedule, pop some popcorn, and come on in.