The Rockaway Township Library, the heart of our community, offers an innovative and engaging public environment as well as resources to support the cultural, intellectual, and lifelong learning needs of the Rockaway Township community.
Supports the community’s personal and intellectual growth.
Collaborates with individuals and community organizations to meet residents’ library needs.
Seeks to provide open accessibility to all library facilities and its Web site.
Offers excellent and diverse collections and programs that respond to the changing community.
Improves the library experience by providing modern facilities and engaging new technologies.
Sundays in Nov. (5, 12, 19, and 26) | 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is a fun approach to creative writing, which takes place every November. No registration is necessary,but we encourage you to sign up on their website,http://nanowrimo.org/.
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What drives the weather and climate of the New Jersey? How have conditions changed in the past, what is going on today, and what might the future hold? These issues will be discussed and questions answered by Dr. David A. Robinson, the New Jersey State Climatologist, as we seek a better understanding of New Jersey’s environment. Registration is required. Please come in, call us at 973-627-2344, or register online here.
Reconnect with the heart of children through the inherent goodness within them. Learn techniques to create inner wealth in children and to build connected communities. Nacie Arnold, Advanced Certified Nurtured Heart Trainer from the Morris County Department of Human Services and Christie Farber, Community Outreach Family Partners of Morris & Sussex Counties will be on hand to answer questions.
Sponsored by Mayor Michael Dachisen & the Rockaway Township Council.
Registration is required. Please call 973-627-2344, come in, or email email@example.com
As part of our continuing efforts to offer new and exciting educational and information services, the Library is thrilled to announce phase one of our School Age Weather Station. Made possible by the Friends of the Library in conjunction with a grant from Bob’s Discount Furniture’s Random Acts of Kindness program.
Our weather station will give the children of our community a hands on way to learn about the weather. Each week we will post a new engaging and educational assignment.