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3M Cloud Library

3M Cloud Library logoWe are excited to announce the launch of the new MAIN 3M Cloud Library, our new e-book and downloadable audiobook product. This service replaces Overdrive (DigitalLibraryNJ), which will expire at the end of February. ...

Go to http://www.3m.com/us/library/eBook/index.html to download the app and get started. Once you have the app downloaded to your device(s), you can browse the MAIN Cloud or search for e-books and audiobooks in the MAIN Library Catalog.

 

Looking for IRS Forms?

IRS tax formDue to cutbacks at the IRS, we will NOT be receiving instruction booklets or most forms this year. Forms are available to download or order at www.irs.gov. The Washington Township Recreation Department is offering free income tax assistance from VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) Program. ...

VITA offers free Federal and State Income tax preparation for simple returns. This program is by appointments only. Call the recreation office at (908) 876-5941 or email recreation@wtmorris.net for more information and to set your appointment.

 

Lifetime Learning Courses Announced

Lifetime LearningThe Friends of WTPL have announced the courses for Spring 2015 Lifetime Learning sessions. Click here to see the brochure.

 

Valentine Tree

Pink TreeAs part of a We Love Our Library celebration through the month of February, the Friends of the WTPL will once again be putting up its pink Valentine Tree at the Library. Decorating the tree are paper hearts, each one bearing the title of a book or movie the library would like to own. ...

A patron may pick an item and bring the heart to the circulation desk. There that patron may make a donation to subsidize the library's acquisition of the item. In exchange, a book plate honoring the donor will be attached to the item, and, if desired, that donor may be the first one to borrow the item. Suggested donations are $15 for a book, children's or adults', and $20 for a DVD or other media.

 

2015 Book Challenge

2015 Book Challenge logoYou can take up the 2015 Book Challenge anytime. Click here for the category list of books to read. The list is courtesy of PopSugar.com.

 

This Month's Art Display

Brenda SheederOn display at the Library throughout February are the oil paintings of Brenda Sheeder, a contemporary artist living and working in Long Valley. She says, "The saturated colors and resulting images [of the 'moodscapes' on display] convey the mood of a setting rather than the details of a specific place."

March is Youth Art Month! Art from the local K-8 schools will be displayed throughout the library.

ArtMatters, a fine arts group based at the Library, has an exhibit in the Meeting Room throughout the month of March.