Juliette Gordon Low: the Remarkable Founder of the Girl Scouts
Wednesday, January 15, 10:15 - 11:00 a.m.
or Thursday, January 16, 7:00 - 7:45 p.m.
Juliette Gordon Low, known always as Daisy, founded the Girl Scouts in 1912. A woman ahead of her time, Daisy introduced the outdoors to the young ladies of Savannah all the while developing their sense of independence and resourcefulness. Author Stacy A. Cordery provides a lively portrait of a true heroine who created an organization which would ultimately impact the lives of millions of girls and women around the world.
The Federal Student Aid Department of the Department of Education reports that it's never too late to explore your options for college or career school. Check out their new website, which is loaded with tools to help you explore your career options, get ready financially and academically, choose a school, take required tests, apply to schools, or find someone to talk to about the whole process.
WMTL’s knitting and crocheting group will meet on Mondays beginning in September. The dates are: September 22, October 27and November 24 from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Please join us and bring your knitting or crochet needles and a project. For more information call 973-728-2822 or email email@example.com.
In Philip Roth's powerful novel, Bucky Cantor's poor eyesight prevents him from fighting in World War II with his buddies. Battling his own private war against the guilt of not serving, Bucky soon encounters another fearsome opponent - polio - in his Newark neighborhood. A camp in the Pocono Mountains may or may not shelter Bucky from the epidemic or from his own personal turmoil.
Temperatures may be dipping, snow may be falling and skies may be gray, but Chapters chooses to follow the sun with a series of titles about growing up and going away to Summer Camp. Join Chapters for a morning or an evening discussion. To register, please call 973-728-2822, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Adult/Teen Services desk.