Bernardsville resident Daniel Murnick will show photographs and maps and discuss the highlights of his Antarctic Expedition early this year. It included visits to South Georgia Island and Elephant Island—significant sites on the legendary voyage and amazing rescue of Sir Ernest Shackleton and his crew in 1914-16. The expedition included experts in Antarctic wildlife, geology, and environmental science. Effects of climate change and human activity on the Antarctic environment will be discussed with close-up views of whales, seals, multiple penguin … Continue reading
Just in time for Halloween, Deborah Hoeflinger will discuss witchcraft from the 1600s, when people were really chasing after witches and burning them at the stake, to today’s beliefs. She’ll talk about what caused people to believe in witches, what kind of people were accused of being witches, how they were treated, and what caused the witch craze to subside. Prof. Hoeflinger is retired from teaching history at Butler High School and is currently an adjunct professor at County College of Morris. Free. … Continue reading
It’s time to look back through 2018 and revel in how far we’ve come on our journey to Speak about, Believe in and Live our most fulfilling and inspiring lives. Join Professional Inspirer Andrea Mastrobattista for this inspirational evening that will also include a look forward to the new and exciting workshop series in store for 2019. Advance sign-up is requested. Click here to sign up.
Planning a home improvement project can be a daunting task! In this class, we will discuss apps that will help you draw a floor plan, choose new paint colors, test new furniture arrangements, and more. Whether you’re preparing for a move, planning a renovation, or just moving your furniture, this class will introduce you to apps that will help you in the process. Presenter: Sarah Gillis This class will be held at Bernards Township Library on November 14 at 11:00 am … Continue reading