"Word On The Street" Will Celebrate Authors, Poetry and Performance Art
There will be a Friends Of The Library Book Sale, authors’ readings and book signings, but the highlight of the event will be an Open Mic Night. Anyone (with advance registration) will be able to get their moment in the limelight and wow the audience with their stand-up about any small town.
If You’d Like To Exhibit, Read, Perform or Step Up To The Mic…
Fill out one of the appropriate registration forms attached (here and here!) and email to: email@example.com. We’re seeking local writers, performers and story tellers who might be interested in promoting their work through a reading or book signing. Actors workshops and children’s theater groups are also encouraged to perform a short skit from their repertoire.
Register Today—And Spread The Word!
Opportunities to bask in the creative spotlight don’t come along very often. Don’t let this experience pass you by and feel free to share this email with another literary aficionado waiting to take the stage—and the town—by storm!
The Reference Room is Open for Computer Usage and Reading. Please be aware that there is a limit to ONE PERSON PER COMPUTER and a TIME LIMIT OF HALF-AN-HOUR. Masks are still required while using the Reference Room, and you will be required to clean the PCs after you use them (cleaning wipes will be provided). We will still be offering our email-to-print services.
Here is a list of the current changes due to COVID-19 pandemic:
Adult, Young Adult, Reference, and Children's Areas are now OPEN FOR IN-PERSON BROWSING.
Masks are REQUIRED for browsing.
Upstairs PCs are available on a limited basis. Printing from PCs is being offered.
Faxing is being offered at the Adult Circulation Desk.
Remote Printing (sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for print pickup) is still available.
Curbside Pickup (calling the library to bring materials to your car) is still available.
Copying and Scanning services are availble at the Adult Circulation Desk. A circ assistant will handle your print/scan jobs.
Remote Programs and limited In-Person Programs are being held.
Current Library Hours:
Mondays and Wednesdays = 9:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays = 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Saturdays = 9:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
For further information, please do not hesitate to visit the library during our afore-mentioned hours of operation, or call us at 201-641-0689.
We are so excited to share that we are a recipient of the American Library Association’s Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries initiative. The Ridgefield Park Public Library will continue to be a community resource for you all. Learn more about what this means for you and the community here.
Click the PDF icon to read previous updates from the director about the library's operations during the pandemic