Luna Stage Presents a Scene from Vita and Virginia
WHEN: Monday, October 1, at 7 PM
The new play at Luna Stage sheds an intimate and provocative light on two visionaries: Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf. The women shared a long and complex relationship. Enjoy a free preview of this witty and insightful play when Luna presents a scene at the Library. Click here to reserve your seat.
WHEN: Thursday, October 4, at 7 PM
Meet author Cathi Hanauer when she visits the Library to discuss her new book Gone. Hanauer's fourth novel, Gone, has received rave reviews. The book tells the story of a woman whose husband vanishes after driving the babysitter home. Vanity Fair said "Gone offers a clear-eyed vision of what is gained and lost in a contemporary marriage when the wife and mother begins gaining power outside the home."
CREATIVE CONNECTION: A Catalyst for Inspiring Creative Growth
WHEN: Wednesday, October 10, at 7 PM
Join us for the first meeting of the Creative Connection, a partnership with the West Orange Arts Council. This monthly discussion group will focus on the creative process. Topics will include many things that affect artists, such as creative blocks, preparing for projects and competing in the marketplace. The group also offers a place to receive constructive feedback on your work. Everyone who enjoys the creative process is welcome.
THE POET OF POVERTY
WHEN: Thursday, October 11, at 7 PM
The Library will screen a documentary that explores poverty in Camden, NJ. Narrated by Martin Sheen, this powerful film is built around the letters of Msgr. Doyle, pastor of the Sacred Heart Parish in Camden. This program is funded by the NJ Council for the Humanities.
WHEN: Fridays in October at 2 PM
Friday afternoon programming is especially for senior citizens! Drop by and spend the afternoon with us. Here's what we've planned for this month: