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From Suffrage to the ERA: NJ Women in American Politics

Meet the pioneering women - Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Alice Paul, Millicent Fenwick, and others - who set the stage for the political success of today's New Jersey women at this Power Point lecture by Jim DelGiudice of Judson Lectures.

This entry was added on 2017-10-09

Egyptian Art: A Virtual Stroll Through the Met's Egyptian Art Collection

Discover Ancient Egypt culter and art through sculpture, jewelry, mummies, and actual Egyptian buildings. This introduction to the Egyptian galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art guides you from the banks of the Nile to tombs and temples.

Presented by Michael Norris of Artwork Lectures

This entry was added on 2017-10-02

Autumn Equinox Poetry Night

This Friday, September 22 at 7 PM, come to the library to enjoy and celebrate poetry -- first with a screening of "Lady Lazarus," the avant-garde 1991 Sylvia Plath film at 7 PM, then a poetry reading by Mary Redus at 7:30 PM. Afterwards, enjoy open mic and refreshments. Participants may read a poem they've written, or a favorite poem! Should be a fun night! 

This entry was added on 2017-09-19

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