Remembering the Revolutionary War
Joel Farkas, volunteer docent and tour guide for the National Park Service at Washington’s Headquarters, comes to the Morris County Library for a lecture called “Remembering the Revolutionary War.” Join us for a riveting discussion about Washington, Hamilton and other founding fathers, the Declaration of Independence, Paul Revere’s Ride, and other enduring symbols of the revolution!
Date: May 29
Time: 7:00 – 8:00PM
Registration: No registration required!
Lectures are a collaboration between the Morris County Heritage Commission and the Morris County Library.
Open Mic Night
Join us for Open Mic Night, welcoming performers of all types – musicians, comedians, poets, storytellers, and multimedia presenters. Performers are encouraged to sign-up in advance. Walk-ins are welcome on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The Library will provide a PA sound system, electronic keyboard, and LCD multimedia projection system.
Winter Events for Teens
Come to the library for a fun-filled winter! Enjoy Volunteer Night, Spa Night, Game Night, and a Book Tasting! Check us out at Just for Teens.
Download E-Books, Audiobooks, Magazines, and Digital Materials for Kids!
Check 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
Check out what’s new in the library!
Sign Up for Our Newsletter
Do you want to know what’s going on at the library? Sign up for our newsletter to get monthly emails about programs, classes and more!
Free Movies at the Library
Come 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.