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Library Weekly Newsletter | Date:
September 10, 2023
Livingston Public Library, the heart of our vibrant town, fosters
community engagement, connects people with ideas and each other, and
makes Livingston a better place to live and work.
A Message from
All About Steel, Libraries,
is National Library Card Sign Up Month! This month, in addition to
utilizing all of the great services your library card provides you,
we invite you to join us on Monday, September 11th at 7pm for the
lecture, “Andrew Carnegie: From Steel to the Building of Libraries.”
1886 and 1919, Andrew Carnegie donated more than $40,000,000 to the
building of 1,689 libraries for both small and large communities
across the country. During this lecture, we will explore how Carnegie
gave away more than 90% of his fortune accumulated through railroad
and steel earnings becoming a major philanthropist. Carnegie’s local
libraries in New Jersey and New York will also be discussed.
real-time access to comprehensive data and independent analysis on
thousands of investments, spanning mutual funds, stocks,
exchange-traded funds, and closed-end funds. Investment Research Center
serves all levels of investors with a range of dynamic tools and
thoughtful perspectives to help them make more informed investment
us to make a tie dye pencil case just in time for back to school.
Grades 9-12: join us from 3:00 - 4:00PM Grades 4-8: join us from
4:00 - 5:00 PM. Space is limited and on a first come first serve
basis. Event sponsored by the friends of the library.
of feeling sluggish, bloated, and uncomfortable after meals? Forget
about crash diets, expensive powders, and quick fixes. Join us for
an interactive workshop to discuss five simple steps to reduce
bloating, feel lighter and more energized...
more information, contact Christine Kelley-Kemple
October 11 | 7pm
you an avid reader looking to discuss contemporary fiction, trending
titles, and popular authors?
October 12 | 11am
reading and discussing a “thriller” novel with like-minded friends.
Tea will be served at the meeting.
October 13 | 12:30pm
Talk About Books, a monthly book club that is currently meeting via
October 16 | 7pm
get enough of the true crime genre? Looking for something to do after
November 8 | 7pm
you enjoy cooking, sharing ideas, and kitchen tips, while enjoying
great food? Join the Livingston Public Library's Cookbook Club!
Your Next Fiction Read: The Booker Prize 2023 Longlist
Booker Prize is the leading literary award in the English-speaking world, and has brought recognition, reward and readership to
outstanding fiction for over five decades. Each year, the prize is
awarded to what is, in the opinion of the judges, the best
sustained work of fiction written in...
Created a Monster: Works Inspired By Mary Shelley and
Shelley's Frankenstein is not only one of the earliest science
fiction novels ever written. It has also endured as one of the most
influential works of fiction in any genre. The character of
Frankenstein's monster has appeared countless times in print and on
screen, and the original novel's theme...
you are a library lover, you will surely love these books. With
these books, you will immerse yourself into the library even when
you take them home. Come celebrate our librarians and libraries and
how they are such special places! Ebook & Eaudiobook about
Library Fiction Ebook & Eaudiobook...