Please Note: All of our Adult Programs are open to those who are at least 18 years of age, unless otherwise noted. Most programs are free of charge and because space is limited for each program, registration is sometimes required. Please check our website at: www.butlerlibrary.org or social media for updates to our schedule.
Tuesday Afternoon Movies
When: October 26, November 30, December 21
Time: 2:00 pm
Where: Children’s Room in the Library
Are you looking for something to do on a Tuesday afternoon? If so, join us at the Library for a Tuesday matinee movie at 2:00 pm. All movies are appropriate for adult viewing. Registration is required on Google Forms. If you need help signing up on Google Forms, please call the library at 973-838-3262.
October 26: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood Sign up for this movie on Google Forms
November 30 In the Heights Sign up for this movie on Google Forms
December 21 Knives Out Sign up for this movie on Google Forms
Family Movie Nights
One Friday per month at 7:00 pm
Join us once a month for a Family Movie Night, showing Family-Friendly Films on our 70” Flat Screen TV.
Friday, November 19, 2021 – Luca (2021) Sign up for this movie on Google Forms
Friday, December 17, 2021 – Raya and the Last Dragon (2021) Sign up for this movie on Google Forms
Sign up online with the Google Form for each month. Call the Butler Library at: 973-838-3262 with any questions or if you are having difficulty signing up on Google Forms. Check our website: www.butlerlibrary.org or our social media for future movie titles.
Free Virtual Mindful Meditation Series!
All sessions will run from 12:00 to 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday, November 9
Tuesday, December 14
Join Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and the Elixir Fund for a free guided mediation series. Meditation sessions will be hosted monthly on Tuesdays for 30 minutes via ZOOM to help you relax, recharge and practice self-care. You can sign-up for one or all of the sessions in this series! To learn more about the Elixir Fund, visit www.elixirfund.org
High School Information Session: Morris County Vocational Technical School
When: October 20
In-person: Enter into Butler Library: Held in Courtroom
Time: 6:00 PM
Learn about career and technical Education High School Programs. Families of students in middle school are welcome to attend. Students in 8th grade who are interested in applying to one of the academies should use the online application at: www.mcvts.org/apply
Better Together Program with Partner Libraries
Presented by Butler Library
What Is Telepathy? Workshop on Zoom
Wednesday, November 3
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Presented by RoseMarie Rubinetti-Cappiello, Spiritual Healing Medium
What is telepathy & how we can utilize it to strengthen and heal relationships? Did you ever pick up the phone to call someone and they are calling you at the same time? Did you ever think of someone only to run into them the next day? Or maybe someone you are with says something that you were just thinking about. These are all forms of telepathy. We all have the ability to communicate without words… through thoughts and feelings and knowing. Some of us are naturally more telepathic (and communicative) than others but all of us can learn to utilize thought communication in a more effective and profound way. In this class/meditation we will learn and practice communicating telepathically and why that is so important for healthy, authentic and truly intimate relationships. Some things we will discuss and practice: What is telepathic communication? · Why and how should we use telepathy? · What are the benefits of telepathy? · Mapping your “clairaudient” hearing · Soul to Soul Communication · Receiving and Sending telepathic communication, presented by Bergen County Author— RoseMarie Cappiello, Intuitive/Medium/Healer. For more information about the presenter, please visit her website at: www.RoseMarieRubinettiCappiello.com
Please click here to register for this virtual Zoom Program:
Pie Baking Class, via Zoom
Brought to you by the Riverdale Public Library
Monday, November 8, 2021
Sponsored by the Kinnelon Library
A Christmas Carol
Sunday, December 5 in-person at the Kinnelon Library and simultaneously through ZOOM.
Charles Dickens edited his book, A Christmas Carol, into a public reading format and performed this reading himself in both Europe and America to sold out houses. Traveling Literary Theater brings the same edited, 70 minute version to the Kinnelon Library. Charlie Deitz, Sandra McLaughlin, and Bill King compromise the 3 person cast. You must register to attend, or watch the program via ZOOM. For more information, or to sign up, visit www.kinnelonlibrary.org