Lambertville Free Public Library
6 Lilly Street   Lambertville   NJ  08530
Tel: (609) 397-0275  Fax: (609) 397-1784
e-mail: lfpl@lambertvillelibrary.org
Director, Harold Dunn
Jennifer Sirak, Children's Service

10 AM to 9 PM
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays
1 PM to 9 PM - Wednesdays
10 AM to 5 PM - Saturdays
Closed Sunday

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Register here for
Beginner French Classes
Monday, September 15 through October 20, 2014
3:30 p.m. in the Library

PennEast Pipeline Education and Empowerment Forum
September 15th at 7 p.m. in the Pittore Justice Center

The Free Public Library of Lambertville, NJ Sierra Club, and Delaware Riverkeeper Network
will be hosting an important educational forum on the PennEast Pipeline.

Join us to learn more about the pipeline proposal and what the project means for our local community.

We will discuss natural gas pipelines and the impacts they are having on New Jersey.

Gardening Programs
Creating A Winter Garden
September 25th
-- 2-3 p.m.
A presentation by the Hunterdon County Master Gardeners

Garden elements can enliven cold, gray winter days. A Hunterdon County Master Gardener will guide you to flowers that bloom months before the crocus, sculptural shrubs, plants with colorful twigs or bright fruits, and tree barks that peel in striking patterns.

Meet the Herb Society
October 23th -- 2-3 p.m.
The Delaware Valley Unit of the Herb Society of America will be hosting an informational session to introduce the community to our mission, activities and projects. Members will be present to answer questions about our activities and encourage membership. Our local meeting location and Garden is located at the Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead, Rt 29 Lambertville, NJ(www.delvalherbs.org)
English Medieval Castles -- An Architectural and Social History
September 30th at 7-8:30 p.m. in the Lambertville Library
English Castles: An Architectural History is an illustrated talk that will trace the development of the English medieval castle as an institution and a distinctive architectural form. Dr. Lightfoot will discuss English castles in the general context of a very long history of fortification, examining influences that affected their design and showing how forms evolved.

Kenneth Lightfoot served over fifteen years as a professional archaeologist and museum curator in Wales, during which time he directed large-scale excavations at Rumney Castle for the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust, conducted an extensive architectural and archaeological survey of Oystermouth Castle for the Swansea City Council, and excavated the ditch at Neath Castle for Neath Borough Museum.

Professor W's Earth Science Circus
Recycling & Litter Show
Magic!   Juggling!   Stories!   
and the mysterious ... Commonsensenator!

November 6th
2:00-2:45 p.m.
in the Lambertville Library
Professor W's Earth Science Circus takes us on a unique and lively exploration of "Our Earth."

In the course of our 45-minute performance, children experience the questions, What is litter? Where does litter come from? What can we do about it? How, what and why recycle? And, what is recycling?

The GRAND FALLOONS are 20 year veterans of the Big Apple Circus. Their work has appeared on the Letterman Show, Conan, On and Off Broadway and at Museums, Schools, and Community Centers across the country!
This program is Free!
Sponsored by the City of Lambertville
Public Works Department,
in cooperation with the
Lambertville Environmental Commission
Basic Estate Planning
for Everyone: Young Families to the Elderly
October 7th at 7 p.m. in the Lambertville Library

Young Family or senior citizen, estate planning is vital to your family's security. Join this free, lively information session; bring your questions and get some answers.

Have you considered what happens to your family and your assets after you die?

Join Estate Planning attorney Robert F. Morris for this free program covering the fundamentals of estate planning, including:
  • Powers of Attorney and Living Wills
  • Guardians for minors
  • Estate and Inheritance Taxes

Bouncy Booktime
Tuesdays at 10 & 11 AM
A multi-age story program that encourages language development
and pre-reading skills
in a relaxed atmosphere.

Stay and socialize afterward!

It is the same program at both 10:00 and 11:00.

Ages 0-4

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