Adult Programming

At the Kinnelon Library, we have a wide range of adult programs to appeal to every sensibility.  Our goal is to inspire, educate, and promote the well-being of the public.  Our past offerings have included drawing workshops, cooking classes, numerous history lectures, craft classes, supernatural seminars, ballroom dance, and concerts.  We also have a wide range of ongoing programs, such as knitting, an adult book club, drop-in crafts, and exercise classes.

 

 

Chair Yoga-Wednesday, October 7, 14, and 28 at 6:30pm​– FREE – Live with Tara-Join us on Zoom with Tara Temple, all you need is a smart phone, tablet, or computer. Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is done while seated. Chair Yoga can improve your flexibility, concentration, and strength. It can also boost your mood and reduce stress. Tara has taught floor, and special needs yoga at the library and numerous studios in the area. This is a free program. Click here to register!

 

 

Better Together-Buying on eBay!-Thursday, October 8-6:30-8:30pmButler Library-Do you know of others who enjoy searching eBay for bargains on popular or hard-to-find items? Learn from an eBay Power Seller how to buy successfully. Topics include: how to register as a new eBay user, how to search for the item you want, pricing and bidding strategies, how to check the seller’s reputation  using eBay feedback, paying for your item safely, tracking your bids and purchases in My eBay, and much more. Rick Feingold is an Education Specialist trained by eBay. He operates an online eBay store and is an eBay Power Seller. Rick has an MBA from Penn State and a BA from Rutgers. For more information, go to www.butlerlibrary.org.

 

 

Tuesday Talkers via ZOOM-third Tuesday of the month at 1:00pm-Join us each month for a discussion on the book of the month. All books are available through the library and on Hoopla, which you can access on our website. This month we are discussing “The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle” by Stuart Turton on October 13. Click here to register.

 

 

 

Zentangle-Thursday-October 22-6:30 pm-“The Zentangle method is an easy-to learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.” Join Mimi Topping, CZT for this FREE program via Zoom. You don’t have to know how to draw to do it! Zentangle is a helpful exercise in mindfulness for stress relief.  In this workshop you will learn the Zentangle method and combine four patterns on a 4-inch-square paper tile to create a beautiful little work of art. Each participant will receive their own Zentagle kit (must be picked up curbside.) Instructions will follow after registration. Class is limited to 25 participants.Click here to register.

Better Together-Unseen Helpers!-Thursday, November 4, at 6:30pmKinnelon Library-Do you feel connected to a spirit, a higher intelligence, a consciousness  greater than you? Do you actively call on this source for support to help you in your day-to-day life? What if you could access this creative force in a tangible, practical, and authoritative way? Join Rosemarie Cappiello and discuss this often under-utilized resource and how to work with it in a more conscious and powerful way. We will call on and build our connection to our unseen helpers, who are always helping us anyway whether we believe in them or not, and build our success teams for health and wellness and for financial support, guidance, success, assistance, and structure. Spaces are limited, so register soon.Click to register here.

 

Better Together-Women March!-Wednesday, November 18, at 7:00pm-Riverdale Library-Discover 200 years of women’s activism and celebrate the centennial of women’s suffrage and the 19th Amendment with exhibition highlights from Women March. Led by curators from New-York Historical’s    Center for Women’s History, this interactive virtual presentation uses photographs, campaign posters, and historic footage to uncover the stories of women throughout the centuries who organized and marched to end slavery, win the vote, protect reproductive rights, among other  crucial causes. For more information or to register, go to www.riverdalelibrary.org.

 

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Better Together-The Beatles 50 Years Later-The Sequel!-Thursday, December 3, at 7:00pm – Pequannock Library-If you attended Barry’s original Beatles lecture, you know you’re in for another ear-opening treat with this, The Sequel. In this program, we’ll explore their lyric depth, the inspiration for some of their songs, their influence on other artists, and much more. You need not have attended his first lecture to enjoy this program! Barry Wiesenfeld is an internationally recognized musician who has performed on three continents, accompanied Grammy and RMI winners, and teaches music for SUNY and Ramapo College. The Beatles had a profound effect on Barry’s musical life, and his passion for the Fab Four is obvious and contagious! Please find registration info at: www.pequannocklibrary.org  

 

 

Meditation beginning,Tuesday, September 15, at 6:30 pmFeeling extra anxiety these days? You are not alone. All of us are dealing with higher than usual stress levels. Regular meditation can help you find calm in these uncertain times. Join Cindy Strom in the comfort of your own home as she leads you through several exercises to help you learn the art of meditation and promote your general well being.This program will be held through Zoom.Clear your mind, inhale courage, exhale fear.All are welcome.Click here to register.

 

 

Saturdays – 8:30 am – FREE – Live with Rina-Beginning September 5-Yogaball will now be held via Zoom for the duration of the COVID-19 crisis.  All you need is a smart phone tablet, or computer. Please register on our website. The link to our Zoom meeting ID and password will be sent to your email. Connecting is easy, either enter the meeting  ID and password on your Zoom app or click on the link from the email that you will receive after registering. Register by Friday, at 5PM, for Saturdays class.Click here to register.

 

 

 

Saturdays – 9:30 am – FREE – Live with Rina beginning September 5-Anyone can Zumba anywhere! Zumba will now be held via Zoom for the duration of the COVID-19 crisis.  All you need is a smart phone, tablet, or computer. Please register on our website. The link to our Zoom meeting ID and password will be sent to your email. Connecting is easy, either enter the meeting  ID and password on your Zoom app or click on the link from the email that you will receive after registering. Register by Friday, at 5PM, for Saturdays class. Click here to register.

 

Registration

To register for any Adult program (one-time or continuous), please enter your information in the fields below. Feel free to register for as many programs as you’d like. It is important to register for Programs as if there are not enough registrants, programs may need to be canceled. Please note that some programs include a small attendance fee (to cover the cost of an instructor, for example). If there is a charge for the program, please make your payment to the Kinnelon Public Library at the Front Desk (cash or check is fine).

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