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Our flagship program on meetup.com was Novels at Night- here is a little information about the program.

Novels at Night is a book club for adults 21 years and older who enjoy reading and sharing their opinions about books. Join us to meet new people, sample some great food** and drinks and discuss your favorite books in a relaxed atmosphere.

Copies of the novel can be picked up at the Paramus Public Library (116 East Century Road) and can also be accessed for free through eBCCLS.org.

You do not have to be from Paramus to participate in this group.

**Selective appetizers only will be provided by the Paramus Public Library.

We will also be advertising other exciting event that take place at the Paramus Public Library. All of the library events are free to join. For further questions call 201- 599-1305 or check out our website http://paramuslibrary.org .

Upcoming events (4+)

Health Series -The “New” Valley Hospital

Online event

Join us to learn about the plans, design, and the construction of this new facility in your community. Presented by Joseph Lorino VP, Facilities Management at Valley Hospital.

Registration begins on October 7 through https://paramuslibrary.org/event/health-series-the-new-valley-hospital/

All adults are welcome to join.

Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Online event

In the 1950s, Noemí, a flirtatious socialite and college student, travels from Mexico City to rescue her cousin Catalina from the nightmarish High Place, a remote Mexican mountain villa. Catalina has recently married the chilly, imperiously seductive Virgil Doyle, heir to a now defunct British silver mining operation. Beset by mysterious fevers, Catalina has written to her uncle, Noemí’s father, telling him, “This house is sick with rot, stinks of decay, brims with every single evil and cruel sentiment.” Noemí clashes with Virgil’s father, Howard—who subscribes to theories of eugenics—along with a set of oddly robotic British servants. Beset by horrifying dreams and visions, and unsettled by a peculiar fungus that grows everywhere, Noemí soon fears for her own life as well as Catalina’s. In a novel that owes a considerable debt to the nightmarish horror and ornate language of H.P. Lovecraft, the situations in which Noemí attempts to prevail get wilder and stranger with every chapter, as High Place starts exhibiting a mind of its own, and Noemi learns that Howard is far older than he appears to be.

This meeting will take place on Zoom.
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Copies of the book can be picked up from the Paramus Public Library, 116 East Century Road.
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Healthcare Enrollment Workshop

Paramus Public Library

Are you uninsured, unhappy with your current policyholder, have you had changes in your household income, been recently married or divorced, expecting a new baby? If you are unsure of the next steps to take in your healthcare enrollment this event is for you. A certified application counselor from New Jersey Citizen Action will be offering tips and answer your questions. There will be a $50.00 eVisa Gift Card raffled to those who attend the whole program. This program is for Paramus Residents over the age of 18.

Registration begins on November 1 through https://paramuslibrary.org/event/healthcare-enrollment-workshop-main-library/

Health Series- Immune Boosting Foods

Online event

Food can impact so many aspects of our lives- what about our immune system? In a time where staying healthy is so important, learn what you can do to eat and stay well. Presented by Nicole Fuller RDN at Valley Hospital. Registration begins on November 4 through https://paramuslibrary.org/event/health-series-immune-boosting-foods/. All adults are welcome to join.

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Cornerstone College Funding Workshop.

Online event

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