Special Programs at the Millburn Library Highlight the Week’s Calendar
Monday, February 10, 2014 • 2:13am
MILLBURN, NJ – The Board of Education Meeting and a trio of special programs at the Millburn Free Public Library top this week’s events:
7:45 p.m. – Board of Education Meeting at the Education Center, 434 Millburn Avenue.
7 p..m. – Millburn Integrated Preschool Information Meeting at South Mountain School, 2 Southern Slope Drive. Residents are invited to come learn more about the program for three and four-year-old children.
Noon: Senior Blood Pressure Clinic at the Bauer Community Center
2 p.m. - The second film in the Millburn Free Public Library’s Weird Worlds Film Series will be shown. The public is invited to a screening of “Koyannisqatsi,” a groundbreaking film by Godfrey Reggio that tells a story without any words, characters or plot. This program is co-sponsored by the Millburn Free Public Library and the Millburn Short Hills Art Advisory Committee. Recommended for ages 11 and up. There will be time after the film for discussion.
2 p.m. - In celebration of Black History Month, the Millburn Free Public Library will host the program “Meet Scott Joplin.” Musician Dennis Kobray will dress in period costume and portray a friend of Mr. Joplin. He will perform a ragtime concert on the library’s piano and inform the audience about the life and times of this American composer. Please register to save your seat.
3 p.m. - Artist’s Reception with local resident Sophie Stockert, whose photographs are on view in the Millburn Library Gallery during all open hours this month. The photographer will be on-hand for a special reception on Sunday from 3-4 p.m.