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Library Hours

Monday, Wednesday
10:00AM - 9:00PM

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
10:00AM - 5:00PM


Saturday
10:00AM - 2:00PM

Sunday
CLOSED

Contact Us

Library Director
David Marks
marks@bccls.org

 

Youth Services Librarian
Jess Keogh
jessica.keogh@bccls.org

 

Supervising Library Assistant
Lynn Reiff
lynn.reiff@bccls.org


Webmasters
David Marks, Lynn Reiff, Jess Keogh
marks@bccls.org
lynn.reiff@bccls.org
jessica.keogh@bccls.org




 

 

 

 

                         yoga

 

 

            FREE YOGA   CLASSES AT THE LIBRARY!


   Classes will resume on Tuesdays beginning April 15
     from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm in the meeting room.
                        Instructor is Lolita Kaplan.


       No experience or specific workout clothing is required. You only
           have to want to learn Yoga and wear comfortable clothing.


   Please visit the library or contact us either through Facebook or Twitter.
           The classes are free but registration is needed to determine
                               the number expected to attend.

 

    


        

 

                                                         Oscar statue

 

           SHOWING AT HAWORTH LIBRARY -
           2014 OSCAR NOMINATED MOVIES!  

 

      FRIDAYS - APRIL 4, 11 AND 25
                       
                        FREE!!     STARTING TIME IS 1 P.M.

           Due to licensing agreements, we are not allowed to post
           the name of the movies we are showing on our webpage.


               Please call the library at 201-384-1020
                      for more information.


 

 

 



                        
  

 


               LIBRARY EXPANSION PROJECT
                        GETS UNDERWAY


           expansion


                                                
                                                    
We know you love our library.  Please help us to serve you even better by making a donation to our
library expansion fund.  You may donate by clicking the "Donate" button above or by making a
check payable to the "Friends of the Haworth Library." All contributions are tax deductible.
                                     


ADULT ACTIVITIES


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MUSEUM PASS PROGRAM

 

Check Out a Museum!

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The Guggeheim

        

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Children's Museum
of Manhattan

        

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American Museum
of Natural History


Your FREE entry to art, culture, entertainment, and so much more. Thanks to the
Friends of the Library, we have passes to several different NYC museums. 
Haworth Municipal Library card holders, 18 years or older, in good standing,
can visit these museums for free. 

Click here for the flyer and information, and please contact the Library at 201-384-1020 for
additional details about this program.


 

CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS

 

APRIL CLASSES

 

For information on programs, click on the "Youth Services" tab above.
Then click on "Children's Progams".


Any questions regarding the children's activities, please call the library at 201-384-1020 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 


 

We now have video games for the Wii, Xbox 360 and  Playstation consoles.  Come in and check out our collection.

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KOREAN COLLECTION
The library has a small but growing collection of Korean books and DVDs. This collection is located behind the computers. Please feel free to offer suggestions to add to our collection.


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SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY
Budget cuts are affecting public libraries nation-wide. These non-profit organizations are being forced to cut hours, lay off staff and even close their doors.

Click here (and enlarge) for reasons on why you should support your local library.


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World Book Online - Designed specifically to meet the diverse needs of library patrons - from students of all ages to job seekers to curious adults - World Book offers unique content and features for every age and interest.  In addition to the entire World Book Encyclopedia, the site features hundreds of thousands of complete e-books and primary source documents such as Computer and Web Tutorials, How To...guidance, Government Resources, and Interactive Earth.

Introducing World Book Mobile - A wealth of information whenever and wherever you need it.  Find answers to your questions on the go; from your mobile device.  To get started, visit m. worldbk.com on your phone's browser.

worldbookmobile

 


 

DISPLAY CASE

Do you have an interesting collection to display? The Library display case is available to showcase your educational, cultural, or personal collections.  Space is available for one month intervals.  Past exhibits included collections of teapots, light houses, pez dispensers, pop up books, bookmarks, pens & more.

Please call David at 201-384-1020 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for details and availablity.

 


 

 

IMPORTANT TAX INFORMATION

 

Many of our patrons have questioned why there is a line item for the library on their current tax bill. I want to assure you there is no additional tax revenue levied for the library. The New Jersey State Government has made it a state law requiring each town to separate the amount of money that the town pays toward the library from the municipal portion of the bill. This is not an additional tax, but what homeowners have been paying yearly.

 

 


 

librarycalc

Library Value Calculator

What is your library saving you?  How much would you pay out-of-pocket for the library services you use? Find out here.

 

 
Upcoming Events at Haworth Municipal Library
  • Peek-A-Book Babies

    May 29, 10:30-11:00am (Thursdays, May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29)

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Infants (6-18 months) enjoy rhymes, stories and songs. 
  • Lego Club

    May 28, 7:00-8:00pm (Monday, May 5 and Wednesday, May 28)

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Bring your own Legos and construct something cool with your friends!
  • Toddler Time

    May 28, 11:15am (Wednesdays, May 7, 14, 21, & 28.)

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Toddlers (18-35 Months) listen to a story, sing and dance to classic songs, learn a new theme, work on cognitive, sensory and motor skills and have a free playtime. 
  • Pre-K Story Time (3, 4 & 5 Year Olds)

    May 27, 1:30-2:15pm

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Preschoolers (Ages 3 and up) listen to stories, sing and dance to classic songs, learn a new theme, work on cognitive, sensory and motor skills and make a craft. No younger siblings in the Story Time Room please!
  • Peek-A-Book Babies

    May 22, 10:30-11:00am (Thursdays, May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29)

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Infants (6-18 months) enjoy rhymes, stories and songs. 
  • Wii Play

    May 22, 3:30-4:30pm (Thursdays, May 8 & 22)

    Afterschool Nintendo Wii gaming for 5th grade and up. No registration required.  
  • 3rd-5th Grade Craft

    May 21, 4:00-4:45pm

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Children (3rd - 5th Grade) will create a Spring themed craft using various materials.
    Program lasts about 30-45 mins. 
  • Toddler Time

    May 21, 11:15am (Wednesdays, May 7, 14, 21, & 28.)

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Toddlers (18-35 Months) listen to a story, sing and dance to classic songs, learn a new theme, work on cognitive, sensory and motor skills and have a free playtime. 
  • K-2nd Craft

    May 20, 4:00-4:45pm

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Children (Kindergarten-2nd grade) will create a Spring themed craft using various materials. Younger children will need assistance from a caregiver. Program lasts about 30-45 mins. 
  • Pre-K Story Time (3, 4 & 5 Year Olds)

    May 20, 1:30-2:15pm

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Preschoolers (Ages 3 and up) listen to stories, sing and dance to classic songs, learn a new theme, work on cognitive, sensory and motor skills and make a craft. No younger siblings in the Story Time Room please!
  • 6th Grade Book Group

    May 19, 7:00pm

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Title TBA. Please read the book and bring it with you to the meeting for a group discussion. 
  • Drop-in Saturday Story Time

    May 17, 11:00-11:30am

    Pre-schoolers of all ages (with a caregiver) can come participate in this monthly Saturday Story Time. Children will listen to classic stories and rhymes and dance with their friends. No registration necessary.
  • Peek-A-Book Babies

    May 15, 10:30-11:00am (Thursdays, May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29)

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Infants (6-18 months) enjoy rhymes, stories and songs. 
  • Toddler Time

    May 14, 11:15am (Wednesdays, May 7, 14, 21, & 28.)

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Toddlers (18-35 Months) listen to a story, sing and dance to classic songs, learn a new theme, work on cognitive, sensory and motor skills and have a free playtime. 
  • Afterschool Movie for YAs (6th grade and up)
    300 Haworth Ave. Haworth
    May 14, 3:30pm

    Come watch a hilarious movie with your friends!

    Synopsis (from IMDB): Plump kids are lured into joining a posh fat camp with the promise of quick weight loss and good times, only to find that the facility is a woodland hellhole run by a psycho ex-fitness instructor.
  • Pre-K Story Time (3, 4 & 5 Year Olds)

    May 13, 1:30-2:15pm

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Preschoolers (Ages 3 and up) listen to stories, sing and dance to classic songs, learn a new theme, work on cognitive, sensory and motor skills and make a craft. No younger siblings in the Story Time Room please!
  • Teen Advisory Group (6th Grade and up)
    300 Haworth Ave. Haworth
    May 12, 7:00pm

    Come make your opinion heard about what you think the library needs and it might happen! TAG is for teens who want to make a difference in their library and community. No need to register, just show up!
     
  • Kindergarten Story Time

    May 9, 1:00-1:45pm

    Registration required. Call or Register Online..
    Kindergarteners can spend their day off reading books, listening to songs and dancing at the library! After Story Time we will make a craft.