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Movies on a Sunday Afternoon

All films begin at 2:00 PM.  Doors open at 1:30.  Refreshments are served prior to screening.  Discussion follows each film.  Admission is free.  Children under 17 not permitted without a parent or guardian.

February 18: Neruda - 2016, Rated R. 1 hour, 47 minutes
At the start of the Cold War, subversive Chilean senator and poet Pablo Neruda is pursued by police prefect Oscar Peluchonneau. Unable to flee the country, Neruda goes into hiding and becomes a symbol of liberty at home and in Europe.

March 25: I, Daniel Blake - 2016. Rated R. 1 hour, 40 minutes
A widowed carpenter and a single mother forge a touching friendship as they battle a callous welfare system in this powerful, urgent story.  A Cannes and BAFTA winner.

April 15: In Her Name (Au nom de ma fille) - 2016. Rated NR. 1 hour, 27 minutes
Based on a true story, IN HER NAME follows the three decade battle faced by a father to bring his daughter’s murderer to justice.  A story of perseverance and obsessive determination.  French with English subtitles.

Black History Month programs

These programs will each start at 7:30 p.m. in the library's auditorium.
This series is organized and presented by the Martin Luther King Birthday Observance Committe of Bergen County and the Teaneck Public Library

"I can get you back to 1870". 
Angela Perkins presents an introduction to African American genealogy research with hands on exercises and handouts.    Feb. 1.

A program presented by Dr. Rosalind Jeffries. Feb. 8.

"Facing Slavery: Princeton family stories": a documentary film by Melvin McCray.  presenter: Dr. Henry Pruitt.    Feb. 15.

"Martin Luther  King Jr. : 'A man of conscience'" presented by Keith Henley.  This program is part of the Public Scholars Project and is underwritten by the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.  Feb. 22.

"Black musicians, then and now"
presented by Dr. Maredia Warren. Mar. 1

Welcome to the Hackensack River Greenway Through Teaneck

Hackensack River Greenway“Welcome to the Hackensack River Greenway Through Teaneck”: A photography exhibit sponsored by the Friends of the Hackensack River Greenway Through Teaneck (teaneckgreenway.org), Thurs., Feb. 1 - Wed., Feb. 28, 2018,  Teaneck Public Library, 840 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ.  

Hackensack River Stories, by Rick Mills, gives the viewer 350 years of the river’s history in 16 narrative collaged signs on the Greenway, spaced between New Milford to Bogota.Finally, riparian restoration work on the Hackensack River Greenway lead to a turning point. I began to research local environmental, topographic and cultural place histories, which formed the basis for my new work.”

Richard Karp’s photos document the construction of the Mary S. Topolsky Garden & Trails. “I believe that all art is intrinsically abstract. It is my view that art is expressed through the language of the medium. The instruments of color, texture, rhythm and form give voice to that language. The medium itself articulates this voice. Look beyond the serendipitous imagery.”

Peter Goldman’s panorama pictures present the river through all four seasons.  “I have been taking photographs of the river since joining the Friends; 2017 was the year to see the river through four seasons. Terhune Park  is the hardest to take pictures from. The Hackensack side has no accessible trail, so I hike across mudflats when the tide is low enough to walk.” 

Business Partner Program with The Library Friends

There's another plus to Friendship! The Friends of the Library are partnering with local merchants to provide extra benefits to Friends members (in addition to knowing you're supporting library programs and services). If you joined the Friends or renewed your membership for 2018, show your membership card at participating shops, and you'll receive a discount on services or merchandise. New business will be added soon and there may be changes, so check the circulation desk, the library's website, or the Friends' Facebook page for updates.

Friends Business Partner Offers (PDF)

Our "early adopter" businesses are: Angela Logan's Mortgage Apple Cakes; Carly'z Craze; Chopstix, Embroideries Unltd.; Garden State Jewelers; J&J Pharmacy; Pottery, Paint & Love; Rainbow Jewelry; Teaneck Cinemas; and The UPS Store.

If you haven't yet renewed, you can still do so ($15) to support the library and take advantage of local merchants' discounts.

Facing Slavery: Princeton Family Stories

Dr. Henry Pruitt will present "Facing Slavery: Princeton family stories": a documentary film by Melvin McCray on February 15 as part of the Black History Month programs. The programs start at 7:30 p.m. in the library's auditorium. This series is organized and presented by the Martin Luther King Birthday Observance Committe of Bergen County and the Teaneck Public Library.

Princeton University has decided to examine its part in the promotion of slavery in New Jersey. It turns out that many of its presidents were slave owners and many of its students came from families that held slaves.  New Jersey was the last state in the nation to finally end the practice of slavery. Major slave ports of entry were New York City, Camden, Jersey City and Hoboken New Jersey. This presentation is a movie that traces the lineage of five Black Princeton students back to a time when their families were in bondage.  It also tells the story of Princeton students whose families owned slaves.  Dr. Pruitt's niece Adrien Wing traces his mother's lineage back to that period. He will also reveal the findings of his own lineage from Ancestry.com.

Come on out it should be an enlightening evening.

Documentary:  I Am Not Your Negro

I Am Not Your NegroJoin us for a screening of the Oscar nominated documentary "I Am Not Your Negro" on Friday, February 16th at 10:30 AM.

The film is an incendiary snapshot of James Baldwin's crucial observations on American race relations -- and a sobering reminder of how far we've yet to go.

Public is welcome to attend this free program to be held in the library auditorium and to the coffee and socializing session that precedes it at 10:00 A.M.

Why Weight? Loose it now and keep it off forever the all-natural way!

Barry Bellin will talk to us on Tuesday, February 20th, at 6 PM in the Library auditorium.

No Gym, No Sweat, No Starvation. No Pills, Potions, Powders, Machines. Nothing will be sold, nothing new to buy. Just real food available at any supermarket. Did you know how and why preparation makes a TON of difference.

Come join us! Teaneck Library is located at 840 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ 07666

For more information, please contact Barry Bellin at 201-335-0656 or telcomavens@gmail.com

Martin Luther King Jr.: A man of Conscience

To celebrate the Birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., The Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Observance Committee and the Library will sponsor 5 programs on Thursday evenings in February. All programs start at 7:30 pm. This program is made possible by a grant from the Public Scholars Project of the New Jersey Council of the Humanities.

Keith HenleyOn February 22, the program will be “Martin Luther King Jr.: A man of Conscience” portrayed by Keith Henley.

Born Michael King and later renamed by his father, after the Baptist Minister who was a seminal leader of the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the world’s greatest orators, as well as a pastor, activist, and humanitarian. King is best remembered for the advancement of civil rights. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 for his work combating racial inequality through the use of nonviolent civil disobedience, an approach refined based on his studies with Veteran African-American civil rights activist Bayard Rustin and his admiration for Ghandi. While King organized or participated in a great many, and variety, of protests, his most famous speech, the “I have a Dream”, was first delivered at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963.

Keith Henley’s background is one of great diversity. He graduated South Carolina State College with a major in Chemistry and minors in mathematics and biology. Later, he went on to study Theatre Education at Camden County College Blackwood, NJ. He currently owns and operates J.O.Y. Productions, Queenie’s Homemade Sweets and Catering, & Alpha Designs. In addition he is the Artistic Director and Choreographer for Folkloric Heritage Culture Arts Company Inc. of Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He began his historic interpretation career with Historic Philadelphia Inc. and has since worked for American Historical theatre and History First Hand and has performed for the Smithsonian Associates’ Teaching American History program, Historic Germantown, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia as well as local libraries.

More information on the other 3 programs will be announced soon.

The program will be held in the auditorium.  The Library is located at 840 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ 07666, tel.: 201-837-4171.

The Greatest Ever: Babe Didrikson Zaharias' Story

Linda KenyonLinda Kenyon will performa a one woman show "The Greatest Ever: Babe Didrikson Zaharias' Story" on Friday, February 23, 2018 at 10:30 A.M., as part of the Teaneck Public Library’s Isabelle & Sol Hermalyn Lecture Series.

Born Mildred Ella Didrikson in Texas 1911, she became America's greatest female athlete. She combined raw talent, hard work, and an unquenchable thirst for winning in a world in which women were not allowed or encouraged to be athletic, competitive, ambitious or to sweat. For us today, it is no "big deal" to have women competing in sports. Not many years ago, this was a revolutionary idea - and Babe led the revolution. In 1953, Babe was diagnosed with cancer. Until she died several years later, she publicized her condition, served as a spokesperson for The American Cancer Society, and raised millions for cancer research while competing as a golfer. Here again she was revolutionary, because cancer was "just not talked about" in the America of the 1950's.

The public is welcome to attend this free program to be held in the library auditorium and to the coffee and socializing session that precedes it at 10:00 A.M.  The library is located at 840 Teaneck Road at the corner of Cedar Lane in Teaneck.

My Name is Lucy BartonBook Discussion: My Name is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout

The library hosts book discussion group each month, with books chosen in advance by the participants. New members welcome.

Next meeting is on Monday, February 26, 2018, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, The group is reading My Name is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout. To register or get a copy of the book, contact the Reference Department of the Library.

Black Musicians Then and Now: A highlight of lesser-known musicians and their major contributions in music

To celebrate the Birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., The Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Observance Committee and the Library will sponsor 5 programs on Thursday evenings in February. All programs start at 7:30 pm. This program is made possible by a grant from the Public Scholars Project of the New Jersey Council of the Humanities.

On March 1, the program will be “Black Musicians Then and Now: A highlight of lesser-known musicians and their major contributions in music” presented by Maredia D. L. Warren

Musical icons such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Marian Anderson, Leontyne Price, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and numerous others are greatly revered and appreciated for their contributions to the world of music and culture. In this presentation, we will explore several lesser recognized musicians, past and present, which have significantly shaped the world of music.

Maredia D. L. WarrenMaredia D. L. Warren is a recently retired Professor and Coordinator of Music Education at New Jersey City University.  She is the founder and director of the Unity Ensemble, a vocal group specializing in the performance of music from the African and African-American genres. Recognized throughout her career as a mentor and music coach, many of Dr. Warren’s students have achieved success as music teachers and performers in classical music, musical theater, R & B, and jazz.  An active choral director and clinician, she has conducted the New Jersey All-State Chorus, and honor choirs in Massachusetts and Georgia. Dr. Warren’s international music activities include performing tours, study, and workshops in West Africa, South Africa, Australia, Canada, China, Cuba, and Europe. She earned her Doctorate and Master’s Degrees from Columbia University; a Bachelor of Music Education from Howard University; and Kodály Certificates from the University of Hartford and the Kodály Pedagogical Institute in Kecskemet, Hungary. Her creative works include original compositions and arrangements for solo voice, choirs, organ, and chamber ensembles.

Concert: Ensemble Prestige

On Sunday, March 11th, 2018 at 3:00 PM, please join us in the Library auditorium for a concert "Ensemble Prestige", featuring students from Bergen County Academies performing classical music: solos, duos, and chamber ensembles.

This free concert is organized by the Friends of the Library. Teaneck Library is located at 840 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ 07666.

Cookbook Club

Plenty More: Vibrant Vegetable Cooking From London's OttolenghiMeeting on April 16, 2018 at 6:30 PM in the Auditorium. The cookbook for this meeting is Plenty More: Vibrant Vegetable Cooking From London's Ottolenghi by Yotam Ottolenghi. Check out a copy at the Circulation Desk. Cook - Share - Enjoy!

Make one regular sized recipe of your choice from the book so that each member gets a taste. Bring your dish ready to eat to the Library Auditorium at 6:30 PM. Please bring a photocopy of the recipe you prepared. Paper goods and beverages will be provided by the Library. The meeting will begin with a group tasting, followed by a discussion of the book. Please RSVP Lynne Graizel at lynnegee@optonline.net

Two Small Business Workshops on May 31

On May 31, the library will host two Taxation University Small Business workshops presented by Michael Kovacs & Rachel McGovern. The programs are FREE, but registration is required.  Registration starts at 8 am, April 2.

Thursday, May 31 @ 10 am         Business Registration & Reporting Business Income (REGISTER HERE)

Thursday, May 31 @ 1:30 pm      The New Jersey Sales Tax Seminar (REGISTER HERE)

Small Business Workshops are half-day seminars that are designed to assist the small business owner in meeting their responsibilities under New Jersey tax law. These seminars are provided by the Division of Taxation. Division personnel will explain proper procedures for collecting and remitting various New Jersey taxes. A focal point of each workshop is the sales tax responsibilities of small businesses including the description of taxable and exempt sales and services. Discussions will also highlight different types of business ownership and the tax consequences of each one.

Both programs are held at the Library auditorium.  The Library is located at 840 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ 07666. Tel.: 201-837-4171

Chair Yoga and Meditation Class

YogaThe Teaneck Public Library’s Friends of Library in conjunction with the Art of Living Foundation will host “FREE YOGA AND MEDITATION CLASS”.  The classes will be held at the Library's Auditorium on Wednesdays 6pm to 7pm, February 2018 by Sujatha Nair from Art of Living.

The Art of Living Foundation was inspired by the programs of spiritual leader and humanitarian Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar that began in 1982. It has been a nonprofit 501(c)(3) educational and humanitarian organization in the U.S. since 1989. Accredited as a United Nations Non-Governmental Organization in 1996, it is now one of the UN's largest volunteer-based NGOs. It works in special consultative status with the UN's Economic and Social Council, participating in a variety of committees and activities relating to health, education, sustainable development, conflict resolution, and disaster relief.

The Booming 50s - slide lecture with Walter C

The Booming 50 will be the program on Friday, May 18, 2018 at 10:30 A.M., as part of the Teaneck Public Library’s Isabelle & Sol Hermalyn Lecture Series.

Walter Choroszewski presents an overview of the 1950s—a complex time of prosperity and Cold War paranoia. America entered the Atomic Age, Television Age and Space Race; witnessed the rise of the Middle Class, Civil Rights Movement and birth of Rock-N-Roll. Walter highlights the history, technology, culture and arts of this booming decade.

The public is welcome to attend this free program to be held in the library auditorium and to the coffee and socializing session that precedes it at 10:00 A.M.  The library is located at 840 Teaneck Road at the corner of Cedar Lane in Teaneck.

The Library offers online access to The New York Times in the library or at home for our residents

The New York Times onlineNYTimes.com is now available in the library or at home for the Teaneck residents. You can access from any device.  NYT articles published between 1851-1922 and 1981-current are included. 

To get free unlimited access to The New York Times online in the library:

  1. Connect to the library’s Wi-Fi or log-in to one of the library’s internet computers.
  2. Register or log in at NYTimes.com/register
  3. You can now enjoy unlimited access to NYTimes.com on any device during your visit to the library

To enjoy The New York Times from the comfort of your home or on the go:

  1. Go to http://www.teaneck.org/services/nytimes.html
  2. Click on the link for TPL HOME ACCESS TO NYTIMES.COM.
  3. When prompted for a digital access code, copy and paste the code provided
  4. If you have a NYTimes.com account, you can sign in and have access. If you have not registered with NYTimes.com, register to get access to the paper.

Each time you redeem the code, you will have unlimited access for 24 hours. Once the 24 hours have elapsed, you can enter the code again to continue your access to The New York Times.

Have questions? Speak with the Reference Department at 210-837-4171 to find out more.

Value Line Online

Value Line OnlineIF YOU ARE LOOKING TO MAKE INFORMED DECISIONS ABOUT INVESTING, TEANECK PUBLIC LIBRARY CAN HELP.


Teaneck Public Library now offers our residents free, online remote and in library access to Value Line’s Research Center. Click here to start.

Value Line is a multidimensional investment management solution that enables both new and experienced investors to make informed investment decisions. It provides a wealth of in-depth financial information, plus objective research, insightful commentary, price projections, educational material and advanced analytical tools.

Value Line’s Research Center covers stocks, mutual funds, options and convertible securities as well as special situation stocks. Coverage includes but is not limited to 1,700 mostly large-capitalization stocks, 1,800 small & mid-cap stocks, stock screener, advanced charting features, alerts & watch lists, plus hundreds of mutual funds.

The Library subscription includes 3 simultaneous logins. We encourage users to log off every time at completion of the usage.  In case you cannot log in due to maximum logins, please try again at a later time.

Book Sale 2018 Dates

Collection: 4/30/2018 - 5/6/2018

Pre-sale: 5/10/2018 and 5/11/2018

Sale: 5/12/2018-5/15/2018

Field GoodsWeekly Local Produce Delivery through Field Goods

Teaneck Public Library is now a pick-up location for Field Goods locally-grown fruits and vegetables every Thursday! Pick up time is between 11:45 AM and 8:30 PM.

FUNDRAISER:  Your $1.00 Contribution to the Friends of theTeaneck Public Library enhances the library's services.

Order deadline for a Thursday delivery is Tuesday at 11:59 pm

Field Goods is a year-round local produce delivery service. Customers receive 5 to 8 different fruit and vegetables (depending on bag size), plus optional add-ons. Bags cost $16 to $32 per week. Everything is purchased from over 80 small farms in the region. All products are non-GMO, and most is organically grown. Your order can be put on hold at any time. It’s flexible!

To Go Directly to Your Order Pages and save many clicks;    Click Here
 
To visit the site, SIGN UP and order

  1. Go to Field-Goods.com
  2. Click “Order Now”
  3. Select “Search by Company/Organization” and enter “teaneck” or equivalent
  4. Click the “Click the “Find a Pick-up Site”, select “Friends of the Teaneck Public Library Fundraiser” and follow the prompts.

Great Courses

Be a lifelong learner with no homework or exams.  Teaneck Public Library has many "Great Courses," which is a series of college-level courses in audiobook and DVD formats produced by the Teaching Company.  Top professors and experts give lectures on many different  subjects ranging from science to fine arts, music, history, cooking and many others. 

Visit Teaneck Library at 840 Teaneck Road to check out one of the courses or you can search for many in the BCCLS catalog by typing in Great Courses.

Library adds WW2 uniforms to local history collection

UniformThe reference staff of the Teaneck Public Library has devoted many hours to researching the stories of veterans who served the country in the conflicts of World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and the Gulf War.  Now , thanks to the son and daughter-in-law of a distinguished WWII veteran, there are several uniform jackets on permanent display to serve as a visual introduction to the online materials.

When the family of Dr. Charles Lester Ringer, Jr. contacted the library and offered the jackets and other materials, at first staff wondered if there would be room for them. Then we saw the photos they provided and realized they could provide an ideal way to introduce people to the existence of all the materials on the library's web site,  www.teaneck.org.  The military research was an outgrowth of the project at Teaneck High School to re-mount portraits of alumni who perished while serving during World War II.  While Dr. Ringe did not perish, he was seriously injured in the crash of a C-47 plane while serving in Alaska. He resided on Winthrop Avenue in Teaneck. After the war, he went on to a long career as a medical doctor. When he died in 2000, he was buried at Arlington National Cemetery.

Dr. Ringe's story and the accounts of the service of several hundred other men are available in the local history section of the library's web site.  We are proud to house the uniform jackets and hope they inspire the public to look into the servicemen's stories and remember their sacrifices.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

1000 Books Before KindergartenChildren’s librarians at libraries in BCCLS, the Bergen County Cooperative Library System (bccls.org), are excited about a new initiative they are launching that will introduce books to children from infancy through kindergarten.  1000 Books Before Kindergarten is a national program with a very simple goal:  to create lifetime readers starting at a very early age.

Parents visit their local library to register their infant, toddler, or preschooler.  Then, they start reading!  It's as simple as that.  They present their log at their library once they have read 50, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900, and 1,000 books. Each time they achieve a goal, they get a stamp on the log and a sticker from their favorite librarian.

The national initiative’s website (http://1000booksbeforekindergarten.org/) states, “The objectives of this organization are: to promote reading to newborns, infants, and toddlers and to encourage parent and child bonding through reading.”

“The value of this wonderful program can’t be quantified.  The bonds that are created by the act of reading with your child will last a lifetime and prepare that child to be a reader for the rest of his/her life,” said Marie Coughlin, Executive Director of BCCLS.

Parents and caregivers can visit their local library to sign-up for 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, learn more about the program, and start reading with their kids.  There’s even an app that can be downloaded to keep track of the books.

Coughlin concluded by adding, “Reading to your children is free but the rewards are priceless. We hope parents throughout BCCLS will head to their library and sign up for this program, borrow lots of books, and make it a habit to read with their children every day.”

Library offers free online DMV practice tests

DMV Practice TestsTeaneck Public Library now offers free online DMV practice tests through Driving-Tests.org, a company dedicated to driver safety and education.  The new service includes 11 car practice tests, 6 motorcycle practice tests, 3 CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) practice tests, online driver’s manuals and an FAQ section with detailed answers to 100+ DMV-related questions. All of them are written specifically based on the New Jersey state DMV materials. 

Access is free and click here to start.

Teaneck Public Library Now Offers Free and Unlimited Access to LearningExpress Library

LearningExpressWith the help of the Friends of the Teaneck Public Library, the Library now offers free and unlimited access to LearningExpress Library.

LearningExpress Library is an online learning program that provides a comprehensive selection of educational resources for basic skills improvement in reading, writing, math, basic sciences and test preparation for academic and career advancement. Adults and students can search for the resources they need when they need them.

Organized around a theme or a classification of user, LearningExpress Library has seven Centers: School (grades 4–12), College, GED® Test Prep, College Preparation, Career, Adult Learning, and Recursos para Hispanhoblantes (Spanish) Centers.

LearningExpress helps students and adults prepare for a wide range of academic exams—such as the GED® , COOP, HSPT®, SAT*, ACT®, AP*, PSAT/NMSQT*, ACCUPLACER®, ASSET®, COMPASS®, LSAT, GMAT and GRE.  Career certification tests such as NCLEX-RN®, NCLEX-PN, Praxis I® and II® are also available.

Concerning Test Preparation, users can learn the material in an “untimed” test mode. They can then improve test readiness by utilizing a “timed” test mode. The correct answers are provided.

To access LearningExpress Library, go to the Teaneck Public Library website: www.teaneck.org. Under “Digital Collections” on the left, choose “Learning Express Library. 

For more information, please contact the Reference Department of the Teaneck Public Library at

RBdigital magazines available through Teaneck Library

RBdigital ManazinesDo you love magazines? If so, then you’ll love RBdigital magazines!

Through the BCCLS partnership with RBdigital, you can borrow over 250 magazines and read them on your computer or download them to portable devices.

There are: no check out limits; no returns; no hold lists.

Currently, RBdigital supports on the following devices and computers: iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire/HD/HDX, Windows PCs and Macs.

To start, go to: www.teaneck.org and click on “RBdigital Magazines” under Digital Collections. Library offers an instruction class on how to access the program every Tuesday at 11 AM.

To learn more about the program, please contact the Library’s Reference Department at 201-837-4171.

Free Computer Classes at the Teaneck Public Library

Basic Internet Class:

Computer ClassThe classes are designed for beginners. Sessions are 30 minutes and take place in the Reference Room. Classes are offered on Tuesdays at 10:00 AM and on Saturdays at 10:00 AM.  Certain topics may require an appointment based on staff availability.

We provide help concerning how to:  use a computer keyboard and mouse; set up and utilize an e-mail account; navigate the internet; search the library Catalog; or conduct a job search online. Basic instructions on Microsoft Word or other office skills can also be provided. Those interested in attending are asked to bring their Teaneck Public Library card to class.

Tuesday Tech Hour:

GadgetsThe program is designed to help the public set up their digital devices for reading eBooks or digital magazines. The Library offers eBooks from Overdrive and 3M as well as digital magazines from Zinio. Tech Hour is on Tuesday from 11 AM to 12 Noon every week. No registration is required. Just show up with your gadgets and your Teaneck Library Card and we will show you how to set them up!

For more information or a special appointment, please contact the Reference Department at 201-837-4171.

ESLESL One-on-one Tutoring and ESL Conversation Group

One-on-one English-As-A-Second Language (ESL) instruction is available to its residents. Registration is required – any Teaneck residents who are interested in the program should call Cynthia Zimmerly at the library at 201-837-4171.

Teaneck Public Library hosts an English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) Conversation Group Tuesday afternoon from 1PM to 2PM in the Mayor Lizette Parker Memorial room on the main floor.  The practice group is open to anyone who would like to improve  their English skills by actively participating in group conversation led by a trained tutor.  No pre-registration is necessary.  The Group is open to residents of Teaneck and any other Bergen County town.

ESL Group winter class runs from January 30, 2018 to April 3, 2018

For additional information or questions, please contact Cynthia Zimmerly at the library, 201-837-4171. The library is located at 840 Teaneck Road at the corner of Cedar Lane in Teaneck.